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The Treaty in Action - Nga Mahi Tiriti

The Treaty in Action - Nga Mahi Tiriti
  

The 'Treaty in action' supports teachers and students as they explore the unique bicultural nature of New Zealand society that has developed from the history and signing of the Treaty of Waitangi to the present day." -- Introduction, page 6.

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ISBN 9781927172797
Barcode 9781927172797
Published 1 March 2014 by User Friendly Resource Enterpr
Format Paperback
Author(s) By Battye, Susan
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ISBN-13 9781927172797
ISBN-10
Stock Ready to ship - Less than 10 items
Publisher User Friendly Resource Enterpr
Publication Date 1 March 2014
Publication Country New Zealand New Zealand
Format Paperback
Author(s) By Battye, Susan
Category Culture & Customs
Interest Age All ages
Reading Age All ages
Number of Pages 84
Dimensions Not specified
Weight Not specified - defaults to 600g
Dewey Code 993.00499442
Catalogue Code Not specified

Description of this Book

The Treaty of Waitangi is one of eight core principles that underpin The New Zealand Curriculum. Developed by New Zealand teachers and authors Kiri Waitai and Susan Battye, The Treaty in Action Nga- Mahi Tiriti is a comprehensive, photocopiable resource that supports teachers and students to explore the unique bicultural nature of New Zealand society that has developed from the history and signing of the Treaty of Waitangi to the present day.

Students will gain knowledge, skills and experience to:

understand how cultural practices vary but reflect similar purposes

understand how people pass on and sustain culture and heritage for different reasons and that this has consequences for people

understand how people make decisions about and use values in their schools.

Curriculum links: Social Sciences, English, Te Reo

The Education Review Office (ERO) suggested in recent report that many schools could consider building their understanding of the Treaty and its implications for school policy, organisation and planning. Schools need to consider to what extent the Treaty of Waitangi principle is evident in the interpretation and implementation of their school curriculum and is enacted in their classrooms. This resource will support schools to do that.

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