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Bicultural practice

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Transcript of Bicultural practice

Biculturalism & Te Tiriti o Waitangi
Kei hea te poaka?
Kei roto i te ngahere
Kei hea te poaka?
Kei runga i te taraka
Kei hea te poaka?
Kei roto i te hangi
Kei hea te poaka?
Kei roto i to puku!
Where is the pig?
The pig is in the forest.
Where is the pig?
The pig is on the truck.
Where is the pig?
The pig is in the hangi.
Where is the pig?
The pig is in your tummy.
ROTAROTA - FINGER PLAY
(Shaw, 2012)
Karakia
Kia hora te marino, whakapapa pounamu te moana
Hei huarahi ma tātou i te rangi
Aroha atu, aroha mai, tātou i a tātou katoa
Tihei Mauri Ora


Himene
Learning outcomes:
-analyse the Treaty of Waitangi and it's links to the foundation of biculturalism in Aotearoa New Zealand
-define the term biculturalism
HEI MAHI
In groups of 3-4 explore:
what you KNOW
what you THINK
what you would LIKE TO KNOW
about
TE TIRITI O WAITANGI
Biculturalism
''biculturalism in Aotearoa implies that both
Maori and Pakeha cultures should enjoy equal
status''
''the foundation for biculturalism lies in Te Tiriti O
Waitangi (the Treaty of Waitangi)''
(Ritchie as cited in Forsyth and Leaf, 2010, p.23)
The treaty of waitangi
Building on your knowledge of
the treaty
Visit the TREATY2U website and
explore the resources in the COOL STUFF
folder
While you have fun
exploring the website, you will also need to complete the 5 Ws worksheet
Write a paragraph that
explains what biculturalism is:


References
Karakia Whakamutunga
Unuhia, unuhia
Unuhia ki te uru tapu nui
Kia watea, kia mamaā, te ngakau, te tinana, te wairua i te ara takataā
Koia ra e Rongo, whakairia ake ki runga
Kia tina! TINA! Hui e! TĀIKI E!


Draw on, draw on,
Draw on the supreme sacredness
To clear, to free the heart, the body and the spirit of mankind
Rongo, suspended high above us
Draw together! Affirm!



Forsyth, H., & Leaf, G. (2010). Te Tiriti o Waitangi and biculturalism in early childhood education. In B. Clark & A. Grey (Eds.), Ᾱta kitea te pae – Scanning the horizon: Perspectives on early childhood education (pp.23-36). North Shore, New Zealand: Pearson.
Shaw, T. (2012). Kei hea te poaka.
Start your first sentence with the words Biculturalism is . . . . . .
Start your second sentence with In New Zealand biculturalism refers to . . .
Start your third sentence with The foundation of biculturalism in New Zealand . . . .
When you have finished share your paragraph with someone
He kōhanga pipi
He kōhanga pīpī te pāpā ka aitua
He kōhanga Pipi ike ike i te pari, ka rere i te ao.
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