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Rauemi - Resources

This section highlights ready made teaching materials that will assist in the implementation of Te Takanga o te Wā, Guidelines for Teachers Years 1-8.

He tangata rongonui

Ka hāngai ēnei ngohe ki te pukapuka Te Wharekura – He kōrero whakamaumahara 1960 – 2010, whārangi 30-31. Tikanga ā-Iwi Taumata 3-4 Te Whakaritenga Pāpori me te Ahurea. E mārama ana te kitea e taea ana tēnei hei kōwae ako whakawhiti i ngā marau o Ngā Toi, Hangarau me Te Reo Matatini. Kei te kōwae nei ka tūhuratia ngā mahi a Cliff Whiting, he kaitoi, he kaiwhakairo, he kaipeita.  Anō rā he wheako hei toro atu ki ngā tāngata rongonui o tēnā hapori, o tēnā hapori. He mahi anō hei rangahau, hei whiri kōrero e pā ana ki ngā tāngata o Aotearoa e whakahōnoretia ana e te Kāwana-Tianara ia tau, ia tau.

He tangata rongonui Marautanga

He Wāhi

I roto i tēnei kōwae ka tūhuratia te wāhi me te taiao e karapoti ana i te kura e ngā ākonga.  E hāngai ana tēnei kōwae ki ngā taumata 1 ki te 4. Mā te kaiako ngā tūmahi e whakahāngai kia tika mā āna ākonga.

He Wāhi Marautanga

Ko wai ahau? Nō hea hoki ahau?

E tika ana kia mōhio ngā ākonga i ngā kōrero o tō rātou ake whānau, rohe, hapū, iwi hoki, ngā kōrero tawhito, ngā kōrero o nāianei hoki. Ka rangahaua ngā awa, ngā maunga me ērā atu o ngā tohu whenua. He mahi tēnei mā ngā ākonga tau 1, tau 2 hoki.

Ko wai ahau? Nō hea hoki ahau? Marautanga

Parihaka tū mai

Ka hāngai ēnei ngohe ki te pukapuka Te Wharekura 91; he mea tautoko hoki i ngā horopaki ako kei te whārangi 7 o Te Takanga o te Wā. Tikanga ā-Iwi taumata 4. Nā ēnei ngohe ka tūhuratia te ture papori me te tika e ai ki ngā mahi onamata i Parihaka. Ka werohia ngā ākonga ki te whakaputa māramatanga e ai ki ō rātou ake whatumanawa i runga i te rangahau ka rapua.

Parihaka tū mai Marautanga

Taonga

He ngohe ēnei e raweke ai ngā ākonga i ngā momo taputapu, ngā taonga hoki o neherā. Mā te raweke ka taea e te ākonga te whakatatau i te whakamahi, i te take, i ētahi atu āhuatanga o te taonga hoki. Me matua maumahara te pouako ehara i te taputapu anake te taonga, ko te reo, ko ngā karakia, ngā waiata hoki he taonga, arā he taonga tē pāngia.   

Taonga Marautanga

Tātou i te ao

Kei Te Marautanga o Aotearoa he whakaahua o ngā tamariki, ngā rangatahi e tū ana ki te mahere whenua o Aotearoa, ki te te ao whānui hoki.  Ko ēnei urupounamu e pā ana ki taua whakaahua.  He pai ēnei momo tūmahi mā ngā ākonga katoa.

Tātou i te ao Marautanga

Te toi ataata

Ko te toi ataata he rautaki kia mau ngā mōhiotanga hou ki ngā ākonga. Whakahāngaitia ēnei tūmahi ki ngā horopaki kē, ki ngā taumata kē.

Te toi ataata Marautanga

Ngā whakaaro o ngā mātua

Koinei ngā whakaaro o ētahi mātua Māori e pā ana ki te ako i te hītori Māori i roto i ngā kura.

Ngā whakaaro o ngā mātua Marautanga

Taonga

A mystery kete, an archaeological dig and ways to enhance community involvement are all aspects of using taonga or heirlooms to help your students connect to Māori history. Written for Levels 1 and 2, this section can be easily used and adapted for older primary students.

Taonga Curriculum

Wāhi

A study of your local area, Wāhi is about exploring, sharing and connecting and enhancing the place where your students live. The ideas in this section, especially those around social action, will work with all primary level students.

Wāhi Curriculum

Whakaahua

Photographs give us a window into other people’s lives and histories. Through a number of different learning experiences, students of any level can use visual images to see into the past. They can then use the images to make comparisons with their own lives.

Whakaahua Curriculum

Whakaari

Help your students with interesting activities:

  • Create a movie in your head
  • Hot seat an historical character
  • Become a building inspector by examining the architecture of your area
  • Meet the leader that is going to inspire your learning about history
  • Drama is motivating and these learning experiences will hook in students, especially those in lower and middle primary.
Whakaari Curriculum

Mahi Toi

Use music and visual arts to teach Māori history at any level. This includes:

  • Where are you from? – a project that links self-portrait to landscape and location
  • Making a community connections by creating art for a public space
  • Exploring, performing and composing waiata and haka
Mahi Toi Curriculum

Using timelines

Thinking historically not only requires students to interpret an historical event but also means that they need to be able to place that event in time and context. Aimed at younger students, this section covers the skills of chronological thinking and using timelines.

Using Timelines Curriculum

Te Takanga o te Wā (English)

Te Takanga o te Wā is not designed as a list of lessons or learning experiences. Rather it provides a framework to support teachers to teach Māori history with their students. The content and context that you choose for your class could focus on building quality and collaborative engagement with your local iwi and hapū. The stories and histories relating to your school’s geographic location will assist you to instill a deeper sense of personal identity and belonging for every student. This resource provides connections to frame that context:

  • Whakapapa (connections to the past, present and future)
  • Mana Whenua and Pepeha (connection to the local area)
  • Mātauranga (connection to knowledge, views and opinions)
  • Te Hekenga Nui (connection to history through migration stories).

Each one has a list of possible conceptual understandings and a key message linked to the levels 1 and 2 achievement objectives of The New Zealand Curriculum

Te Takanga o te Wā (English) Curriculum

Te Takanga o te Wā (Māori)

Mte aro nui atu ki ngritenga me ngtikanga e kia ai te Mori he Mori, te ptaketanga o tnei mea o te noho ki Aotearoa nei. Mte mhio ki ngwero, ki ngpakanga, ki ngpiki me ngheke o mua, e mtau ai ngā ākonga he tangata whenua rtou. Ko te htori Mori, ko te htori o Aotearoa. 

E kore te tamaiti Mori nei e noho ko ia, ko tna kotahi, engari he uri nngreanga kua tau ki ngttai htori, ki ngttai whakapapa, ki na mtua tpuna me rtou mahi.
M
te mhio ki a ia an, ka mhio a ia ki tna whnau, ki tna hap, ki tna iwi, ki tna hononga ki te whenua, ki te moana me te rangi hoki. Ntr, kore rawa he tauira mte whakaako i ngkrero htori kei tnei pukapuka. Arnoa atu te tirohanga whnui o te horopaki o ngwhakaaro e taea ai e te pouako te hoahoa i rtou ake paerewa ako. Ka taea hoki te hngai i ngpaerewa nei ki tnrohe, ki tniwi, ki tnkura hoki. 

Te Takanga o te Wā (Maori) Curriculum

What do parents think?

A summary of thoughts from parents of children in English medium schools.

What do parents think? Curriculum