Teaching Te Tiriti

This is a Social Studies unit I made in 2014 to address the “Understand how the Treaty of Waitangi is responded to differently by people in different times and places” achievement objective in the NZC.   It is designed to strengthen History skills in preparation for Y11.
Some of the activities are labelled ‘supported’ – they are for if you have ORS students in the mainstream classroom.

0 – Homework activities
0 – Unit Plan- Treaty of Waitangi

0 – Student objective checklist
1 – Vocab wordfind
1 – Pre-test
1 – Overview
1 – Overview simple
1 – Key words vocab
2 – Brit and Maori Society
2 – Maori and Brit society
2 Versions OHT
2 Versions of Treaty
2 – Vocab match up
2 – Maori Brit comparison supported learning
3 – The Goblins Arrive in Whitianga master
4 – Sealing Whaling supported
4 – Sealers and Whalers
4 – Sealers and Whalers low level
4 - Whaling picture 1830s
5 – Missionaries low level
5 – Missionaries supported
5 – Missionaries
6 – Contact impact cut and paste
6 – Contact impact resource interpretation

6 - Contact impact starter picture

6 – Contact objects supported
6 – Contact spot the difference supported
7 – 1830 invitation and Busby Our Treaty p.14
7 – 1830s wordfind
8 – 1830s developments
9 – The Treaty Signing supported
9 – Treaties
9 – Treaty debates roleplay
9 – Treaty perspectives supported
9 – Treaty Perspectives web acty
9 – Treaty signing supported
9 – Treaty simplified and activities
10 – Kingitanga
10 - NZ Wars

11 – Confiscation
12 – Waitangi Tribunal reliability worksheet
12 – Waitangi Tribunal
13 – Cartoon Analysis
13 – Cartoon Analysis
13 - Waitangi Cartoon 113 - Waitangi Cartoon 213 - Waitangi Cartoon 313 - Waitangi Cartoon 4

14 – Treaty Over Time Assignment
14 – Treaty over time comment sheet

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