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Harakeke Unit Plan

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Adele Leuma Tamua

on 7 October 2013

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Harakeke Unit Plan
WALT: We are learning to weave using the Harakeke plant.
Success Criteria: We will know how to weave through the understanding and knowledge of using Harakeke.

Science Level 1-2
Living World: Students will learn
Ecology; Recognise that living things are suited to their particular habitat.

Ministry of Education.(2007). The New Zealand Curriculum for english medium teaching and learning in year 1-13. Wellington, New Zealand. Learning Media.

Key Competencies:
Students will be encouraged to value Ecological sustainability, which includes care for the environment.

1. Using the prior knowledge worksheets students will interview each other about what they know about Harakeke.
2. Researching Harakeke online in the library. Finding photos, Lifecycle of the Harakeke and other useful resources about the Harakeke.
3. Using all the information researched and gained from lessons 1 and 2, students will write a short piece of writing on what they have learn so far about the Harakeke.
4. Students will locate the nearest Harakeke plant, and design a re-useable resource made from Harakeke.
5. Students will create a piece of creative art using collage to express their interpretation of a Harakeke plant.
6. Student will watch videos on Youtube about people using Harakeke as food, materials, clothing.

How did each lesson go and what could be useful for next lessons.
Summative Assessment Tasks:
What are the possible ways of assessing student's understanding?
Students can choose to demonstrate their understanding through different mediums such as creating an information brochure, poster, ICT, video, creative art.
Self and Peer assessment needs to be recorded throughout the process in the students books.
Year 5/6 Level 1-2
10 weeks
Students will be able to participate and contribute in groups into making and researching the Harakeke as a useful resource.
Key Maori Learning Values:
Maanakitanga, caring for and respecting each other.
Mahi Ngatahi, working collaboratively.

Te Kete Ipurangi
E-Learning Competencies:
Technological Literacy, using Information technology to access useful information on Harakeke and its function.
Digital Literacy, using technology to access, retrieve, store and organise information on Harakeke.
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