MAO 101 Beginning Maori (4) Beginning Maori listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Structural points introduced inductively. History and culture. Meets four hours weekly. HSL
MAO 102 Beginning Maori (4) Continuation of 101. Pre: 101. HSL
MAO 201 Intermediate Maori (4) Continuation of 102. Meets four hours weekly, three of four hours devoted to drill and practice. Pre: 102. HSL
MAO 202 Intermediate Maori (4) Continuation of 201. Pre: 201. HSL
MAO 261 Maori Literature and Culture (3) Survey of literature concerning myths, traditions, poetry and song as well as contemporary literature (in English) relating to the Treaty of Waitangi, Maori prophetic sayings. Students who have previously taken this course as PACS 492 may not take this course. Pre: consent. DL
MAO 301 Advanced Maori Language and Culture (3) Advanced Maori language and culture. Pre: 202, no waiver. (Fall only)
MAO 302 Advanced Maori Language and Culture (3) Advanced Maori language and culture. Pre: 301. (Spring only)
MAO 361 Modern Maori Literature and Culture (3) Survey of modern Maori and Hawaiian literature and culture from the mid-twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Pre: 261 or consent. (Fall only) DL
MAO 384 Te Reo Waiata: Mâori Language in Song (3) Survey and analysis of Maori song poetry texts, traditional and contemporary, and their development and performance over time. Pre: 102 or HAW 202, or consent.
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