Explanation of the Maori Concept of Hauora

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1.1a) Explain how the relationships (named below) are interconnected (you can combine the relationships into appropriate groups to assist you in this task)

Relationships

groupings

Give at least 2 interconnection

for each relations groupings

Maatua and Kahungahunga

  1. Interconnection between this could be the love and the patience that the mother give to their child.Spending quality time with the child and be a friend or buddy it’s our responsibilities to provide them moral and ethical guidance
  2. Teach and learn is the other interconnection because maatua teach their child at home to know what is right and wrong.

Hapu and Iwi

  1. Interconnection between this could be a teenage girl get pregnant while she is still young. Its go against Maori custom.
  2. Interconnection between these could be identity, of where the subtribe you come from.

Tane and Wahine

  1. Interconnection between these could be marriage. The Tane can be married a Wahine and spent their life together and have children.
  2. The Wahine provides food for the family and also educates their family and their children to know what is right to do.

Teina and Tuakana

  1. Interconnection between these could be Tuakana is the head of the family, it means that if something comes up to the family he or she was the one who make a final decision or a final say
  2. Teina who are the ones who do the home duties , listen to Tuakana also do the Marae duties, like cleaning etc.

Kaumatua and Pakeke

  1. Interconnection between these is the sharing of knowledge by a kaumatua to pakeke. Teaches them and show them what they supposed to do,
  2. Supporting the Kaumatua financially, paying what they need to have or to eat and also help them looking and taking care of them.

Rangatahi and Tamariki

  1. Interconnection between these could be sharing knowledge and teach to know what is right and wrong and send to school to learn and to get good life in the future.
  2. Taking care in a way of providing food and taking out for outdoor programme and also support them at school.

1.1b

Relationship Groupings

Inter-connections

First Principles

whaanau,whenua,tinana,wairua and hinengaro

Key Concepts

whakapapa,kaitiakitanga and whanaungatanga

Maatua and Kohungahunga

  1. Interconnection between this could be the love and the patience that the mother gives to their child. Spending quality time with the child and be a friend or buddy it’s our responsibilities to provide them moral and ethical guidance
  2. Teach and learn is the other interconnection because Maatua teaches their child at home to know what is right and wrong

Whaanau: relationship between the parents and the child and also the support the child received from the parents and can be a Hinengaro because the parents teach the child at home to know what to do before she/he go to school.

Kaitiakitanga: parent are to make sure that they well protect (taking care) their child and spend more time and support them while they still small .Parents need to teach their child the right way they supposed to do.

Hapu and Iwi

  1. Interconnection between this could be a teenage girl get pregnant by a person relate to you. Its go against Maori custom.
  2. Interconnection between these could be identity, of where the subtribe you come from.

Wairua could be because we believe that it is not allowed in our culture to become pregnant from a person relate to you or not marriage and get pregnant.

Whakapapa: each to respect and keep practice their cultural Identity. Kaumatua and Maatua should teach their tamariki to know their immediate family and how they connect to otherwise they fall in love and get married with their close family.

Tane and Wahine

  1. Marriage could be the interconnection here. The Tane can be marry a Wahine and spent their life together and have children.
  2. The Wahine provides food for the family and also educates their family and their children to know what is right to do.

Whanau could be the interconnection here because support the family and they work together as a couple to raise up their family in order to get a good life

Whanaugatanga:To build strong relationship and work together for the good of the whole family. Help and support each other and also maintain happiness in the family

Teina and Tuakana

  1. Interconnection between these could be Tuakana is the head of the family, it means that if something comes up to the family he or she was the one who make a final decision or a final say
  2. Teina who are the ones who do the home duties , listen to Tuakana also do the Marae duties, like cleaning etc.

It could be the whanau because they know their role in the family and also can be a Hinengaro because teina who are listen and follow instruction from Tuakana

Kaitiakitanga:Tuakana are one who protect family members in what decision he or she make should follow the law of the whenua it also looking after the wellbeing of the family and make sure the family is happy with all the decision he made.

It can be a whanaungatanga: family work together and share what they have.

Kaumatua and Pakeke

  1. Interconnection between these is the sharing of knowledge by a kaumatua to pakeke. Teaches them and show them what they supposed to do,
  2. Supporting the Kaumatua financially, paying what they need to have or to eat and also help them look and taking care of them.

Whanau:the relationship between the kaumatua and the pakeke sharing of their life experience that they face and what wrong they come through they teach them not to follow and also support each other in what need they wants.

Whanaungatanga:kaumatua share their knowledge to their family members and teach them what to do. Pakeke financially support kaumatua when they reach the age they need someone to assist them in everything they wants

Rangatahi and Tamariki

  1. Interconnection between these could be sharing knowledge and teach to know what is right and wrong and send to school to learn and to get good life in the future.
  2. Taking care in a way of providing food and taking out for outdoor programme and also support them at school.

Whanau:sharing the knowledge and teach what is right. Also can be a Tinana because Rangatahi provide support to tamariki that is a family member.

.

Kaitiakitanga: sharing their knowledge and tamariki learn what they been told support and protect them.

First Principles

Key Concepts

Development

Maintenance

Continuity

Whanau: relationship between the parents and the child and also the support the child get from the parents and can be a Hinengaro because the parents teach the child first at home to know what to do before she/he go to school.

Kaitiakitanga: parent are to make sure that they well protect (taking care) their child and spend more time and support them while they still small .Parents need to teach their child the right way they supposed to do

Maatua to maintain relationship with their childrens. Ongoing development of the whaanau in reference to the kaitiakitanga

Attending relevant course and seminar to learn more about how to be a good maatua

Support the continuing growth and development of kohungahunga

Whenua could be because culture and identity should be carry around and can be known from where you come from

Whakapapa: each to respect and keep practice their cultural Identity. Kaumatua and Maatua should teach their tamariki to know their immediate family and how they connect to otherwise they fall in love and get married with their close family.

Ongoing development of the whaanau in reference to the whakanaugatanga close relationship of family members linked through whakapapa

Attending whaanau gathering to learn how you related to other family members

Support the continuing and development of whaanau traditions and links.

Whanau could be the interconnection here because support the family and they work together as a couple to raise up their family in order to get a good life

Whanaugatanga:To build strong relationship and work together for the good of the family. Help and support each other and also maintain happiness in the family

Maintain close relationship between each other and the whanau.

Attend whaanau hui to maintain contact with other family members and updated if there any new changes

Supporting the continuing development of whaanau. And exercise positive aims for the good future of their whaanau

It could be the whanau because they know their role in the family and also can be a Hinengaro because teina who are listen and follow instruction from Tuakana

Kaitiakitanga:Tuakana are the one who protect family members in what decision he or she make should follow the law of the whenua it also look after the wellbeing of the family and make sure the family is happy with all the decision he made.

It can be a whanaungatanga: family work together to and share what they have.

Attaining knowledge , information and behaviour sustain and grow ones individual self

Attend meetings and maintain connection with other whaanau members and discuss what it best for the family as a whole

Continue growth and development whaanau tradition links and keep family updated on what decision made.

Whanau: the relationship between the kaumatua and the pakeke sharing of their life experience that they face and what wrong they come through they teach them not to follow and also support each other in what need they wants.

Whaungatanga:kaumatua share their knowledge to their family members and teach them what to do. Pakeke financially support kaumatua when they reach the age they need someone to assist them in everything they wants

Ongoing development of whaanau in reference to the whanaugatanga

Attend family gathering and discuss with kaumatua about their experiences.

Ask more question to understand from kaumatua and continue helping them financially.

Whanau: sharing the knowledge and teach what is right to do. Also can be a Tinana because Rangatahi provide support to tamariki that is a part of the family care.

Kaitiakitanga:sharing their knowledge and tamariki learn what they been told support and protect them .

Attaining knowledge, information and behaviour to sustain and grow one individual self.

Discuss with parents what ways to improve taking care of the tamariki.

Continue to provide support and exercise positive aim to protect them.

1.1a) Explain how the relationships (named below) are interconnected (you can combine the relationships into appropriate groups to assist you in this task)

Relationships

groupings

Give at least 2 interconnection

for each relations groupings

Maatua and Kahungahunga

  1. Interconnection between this could be the love and the patience that the mother give to their child.Spending quality time with the child and be a friend or buddy it’s our responsibilities to provide them moral and ethical guidance
  2. Teach and learn is the other interconnection because maatua teach their child at home to know what is right and wrong.

Hapu and Iwi

  1. Interconnection between this could be a teenage girl get pregnant while she is still young. Its go against Maori custom.
  2. Interconnection between these could be identity, of where the subtribe you come from.

Tane and Wahine

  1. Interconnection between these could be marriage. The Tane can be married a Wahine and spent their life together and have children.
  2. The Wahine provides food for the family and also educates their family and their children to know what is right to do.

Teina and Tuakana

  1. Interconnection between these could be Tuakana is the head of the family, it means that if something comes up to the family he or she was the one who make a final decision or a final say
  2. Teina who are the ones who do the home duties , listen to Tuakana also do the Marae duties, like cleaning etc.

Kaumatua and Pakeke

  1. Interconnection between these is the sharing of knowledge by a kaumatua to pakeke. Teaches them and show them what they supposed to do,
  2. Supporting the Kaumatua financially, paying what they need to have or to eat and also help them looking and taking care of them.

Rangatahi and Tamariki

  1. Interconnection between these could be sharing knowledge and teach to know what is right and wrong and send to school to learn and to get good life in the future.
  2. Taking care in a way of providing food and taking out for outdoor programme and also support them at school.

1.1b

Relationship Groupings

Inter-connections

First Principles

whaanau,whenua,tinana,wairua and hinengaro

Key Concepts

whakapapa,kaitiakitanga and whanaungatanga

Maatua and Kohungahunga

  1. Interconnection between this could be the love and the patience that the mother gives to their child. Spending quality time with the child and be a friend or buddy it’s our responsibilities to provide them moral and ethical guidance
  2. Teach and learn is the other interconnection because Maatua teaches their child at home to know what is right and wrong

Whaanau: relationship between the parents and the child and also the support the child received from the parents and can be a Hinengaro because the parents teach the child at home to know what to do before she/he go to school.

Kaitiakitanga: parent are to make sure that they well protect (taking care) their child and spend more time and support them while they still small .Parents need to teach their child the right way they supposed to do.

Hapu and Iwi

  1. Interconnection between this could be a teenage girl get pregnant by a person relate to you. Its go against Maori custom.
  2. Interconnection between these could be identity, of where the subtribe you come from.

Wairua could be because we believe that it is not allowed in our culture to become pregnant from a person relate to you or not marriage and get pregnant.

Whakapapa: each to respect and keep practice their cultural Identity. Kaumatua and Maatua should teach their tamariki to know their immediate family and how they connect to otherwise they fall in love and get married with their close family.

Tane and Wahine

  1. Marriage could be the interconnection here. The Tane can be marry a Wahine and spent their life together and have children.
  2. The Wahine provides food for the family and also educates their family and their children to know what is right to do.

Whanau could be the interconnection here because support the family and they work together as a couple to raise up their family in order to get a good life

Whanaugatanga:To build strong relationship and work together for the good of the whole family. Help and support each other and also maintain happiness in the family

Teina and Tuakana

  1. Interconnection between these could be Tuakana is the head of the family, it means that if something comes up to the family he or she was the one who make a final decision or a final say
  2. Teina who are the ones who do the home duties , listen to Tuakana also do the Marae duties, like cleaning etc.

It could be the whanau because they know their role in the family and also can be a Hinengaro because teina who are listen and follow instruction from Tuakana

Kaitiakitanga:Tuakana are one who protect family members in what decision he or she make should follow the law of the whenua it also looking after the wellbeing of the family and make sure the family is happy with all the decision he made.

It can be a whanaungatanga: family work together and share what they have.

Kaumatua and Pakeke

  1. Interconnection between these is the sharing of knowledge by a kaumatua to pakeke. Teaches them and show them what they supposed to do,
  2. Supporting the Kaumatua financially, paying what they need to have or to eat and also help them look and taking care of them.

Whanau:the relationship between the kaumatua and the pakeke sharing of their life experience that they face and what wrong they come through they teach them not to follow and also support each other in what need they wants.

Whanaungatanga:kaumatua share their knowledge to their family members and teach them what to do. Pakeke financially support kaumatua when they reach the age they need someone to assist them in everything they wants

Rangatahi and Tamariki

  1. Interconnection between these could be sharing knowledge and teach to know what is right and wrong and send to school to learn and to get good life in the future.
  2. Taking care in a way of providing food and taking out for outdoor programme and also support them at school.

Whanau:sharing the knowledge and teach what is right. Also can be a Tinana because Rangatahi provide support to tamariki that is a family member.

.

Kaitiakitanga: sharing their knowledge and tamariki learn what they been told support and protect them.

First Principles

Key Concepts

Development

Maintenance

Continuity

Whanau: relationship between the parents and the child and also the support the child get from the parents and can be a Hinengaro because the parents teach the child first at home to know what to do before she/he go to school.

Kaitiakitanga: parent are to make sure that they well protect (taking care) their child and spend more time and support them while they still small .Parents need to teach their child the right way they supposed to do

Maatua to maintain relationship with their childrens. Ongoing development of the whaanau in reference to the kaitiakitanga

Attending relevant course and seminar to learn more about how to be a good maatua

Support the continuing growth and development of kohungahunga

Whenua could be because culture and identity should be carry around and can be known from where you come from

Whakapapa: each to respect and keep practice their cultural Identity. Kaumatua and Maatua should teach their tamariki to know their immediate family and how they connect to otherwise they fall in love and get married with their close family.

Ongoing development of the whaanau in reference to the whakanaugatanga close relationship of family members linked through whakapapa

Attending whaanau gathering to learn how you related to other family members

Support the continuing and development of whaanau traditions and links.

Whanau could be the interconnection here because support the family and they work together as a couple to raise up their family in order to get a good life

Whanaugatanga:To build strong relationship and work together for the good of the family. Help and support each other and also maintain happiness in the family

Maintain close relationship between each other and the whanau.

Attend whaanau hui to maintain contact with other family members and updated if there any new changes

Supporting the continuing development of whaanau. And exercise positive aims for the good future of their whaanau

It could be the whanau because they know their role in the family and also can be a Hinengaro because teina who are listen and follow instruction from Tuakana

Kaitiakitanga:Tuakana are the one who protect family members in what decision he or she make should follow the law of the whenua it also look after the wellbeing of the family and make sure the family is happy with all the decision he made.

It can be a whanaungatanga: family work together to and share what they have.

Attaining knowledge , information and behaviour sustain and grow ones individual self

Attend meetings and maintain connection with other whaanau members and discuss what it best for the family as a whole

Continue growth and development whaanau tradition links and keep family updated on what decision made.

Whanau: the relationship between the kaumatua and the pakeke sharing of their life experience that they face and what wrong they come through they teach them not to follow and also support each other in what need they wants.

Whaungatanga:kaumatua share their knowledge to their family members and teach them what to do. Pakeke financially support kaumatua when they reach the age they need someone to assist them in everything they wants

Ongoing development of whaanau in reference to the whanaugatanga

Attend family gathering and discuss with kaumatua about their experiences.

Ask more question to understand from kaumatua and continue helping them financially.

Whanau: sharing the knowledge and teach what is right to do. Also can be a Tinana because Rangatahi provide support to tamariki that is a part of the family care.

Kaitiakitanga:sharing their knowledge and tamariki learn what they been told support and protect them .

Attaining knowledge, information and behaviour to sustain and grow one individual self.

Discuss with parents what ways to improve taking care of the tamariki.

Continue to provide support and exercise positive aim to protect them.

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