The relationship between Māori waka, iwi, hapū and whānauImage retrieved from: http://www.immigration.govt.nz/NR/rdonlyres/79BB2C7F-58C8-45A0-9ACF-423B7E4AE077/0/LivingGuide01Treaty.pdfTe Waka: people are linked by the waka inwhich they arrived in New Zealand. It may havecarried more than more iwi group.Te Iwi: a cluster of hapū, the largest socio-political grouping.Te Hapū: a group of whānau associated bykinship.Te Whānau: the family group into wish anindividuals are born or socialised. This includeschildren, parents, grandparents, spouses, aunts, uncles and cousins.
Iwi of New Zealand, AotearoaImage retrieved fromhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:IwiMap.png
Iwi of the South Island, Te WaipounamuImage retrieved from:http://www.takoa.co.nz/iwi_maps_south.htm
The waka and iwi of the South IslandTainuiNgāti RaruaRangitāneTe Āti AwaNgāti TamaWaitahaMataatuaNgāti ApaTākitimaNgāti KoataNgāti KuiaNgāti TahuNgāti Mamoe
Whakatū MaraeNelson6 iwi are associated with Whakatū MaraeClick image to hear karanga
Ngāti KoataNgāti Rarua Ngāti Tama Te Āti AwaNgāti Kuia Ngāti Toa Rangatira
Māori Children in Our ClassChild AGrandfatherWakaTakitimuMareaHinemihiIwiNgati Kahungunu(Wairoa East Coast, NorthIsland)HapuNgati Hinemihi and Ngati PukuWhanauCooperGrandmotherWakaNgatokimatawhaoruaMarae?IwiNgapuhiHapu?WhanauFergusonThe mother is registered with Ngati Kahungunu but notwith Ngapuhi.
Māori Children in Our ClassChild B: pepehaKo Aoraki taku MaungaKo Waihopai taku AwaKo Takitimu taku WakaKo Kai Tahu taku IwiKo Kati Mamoe taku HapuKo Murihiku taku MaraeKo Isabel taku ingoa
References(n.d.). Retrieved June 2013, from Whakatu Marae: http://www.whakatumarae.co.nz/File:IwiMap.png. (n.d.). Retrieved June 2013, from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:IwiMap.pngHenare, M. (1988). Nga Tikanga Me Nga Ritenga O Te Ao Māori: Standards and foundations of Maori society. TheRoyal Commission on Social Policy.Immigration, N. (n.d.). The Treaty of Waitangi: A introduction to the Treaty of Waitangi for immigrants. Retrievedfrom http://www.immigration.govt.nz/NR/rdonlyres/79BB2C7F-58C8-45A0-9ACF-423B7E4AE077/0/LivingGuide01Treaty.pdfMaori maps: Marae list. (n.d.). Retrieved June 2013, from maori maps:http://www.maorimaps.com/admin/?q=custom-search&keys=whakatu&status=1Rochford, T. (2004). Whare tapa wha: a Maori model of a unified theory og health. The Journal of PrimaryPrevention, 25(1), 41-57.