Learning a new language provides a means of communicating with people from another culture and exploring one's own personal world.
Languages are inseparably linked to the social and cultural contexts in which they are used. Languages and cultures play a key role in developing our personal, group, national, and human identities. Every language has its own ways of expressing meanings; each has intrinsic value and special significance for its users.
This learning area provides the framework for the teaching and learning of languages that are additional to the language of instruction. Level 1 of the 'New Zealand Learning Languages curriculum is the entry level for students with no prior knowledge of the language being learned, regardless of their school year.
Why should you learn Te Reo Māori
Why should you learn French?
Courses in this Learning Area
Tourism, Commerce, Marketing, Hospitality, Diplomacy, Education, Journalism, Medicine, Engineering, Law Interpreters, Translators, Teacher, Policy Analyst, Diplomat, Researcher, Immigration, Workplace Relations, Performing Arts, Government Service, Curator, Historian, Public Relations, Health Services, Youth Worker, Social Worker, Archivist, Audiologist, Radio Presenter,