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Tiaki Year 10 2018

Year 10 Social Studies

Vanessa De Souza-Cameron

on 17 September 2018

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ARO(focus): This term we are thinking about our communities and how we affect each other, the environment and future generations.
Defining Tiaki
4 areas of tiaki:
- Environmental
- Cultural
- Social
- Economic

Are we kaitiaki?
In our assessment you will be asked to look for ideas of tiaki and how they could be applied to your life.

We will look at two examples to help you.
The first example we are going to look at of a place is called Dharavi. This is a slum in the heart of Mumbai in India. You might know it from Slumdog Millionaire.
Look at this picture of a part of Dharavi Slum
Korero (discuss): with the person, examples of what you think life might be like for the people who live in the slum of Dharavi
Now, we are going to watch a documentary about a man who visited Dharavi to see what it was really like there
We will watch the first episode, and the first part of the second episode
Mahi (work): We're going to look at the marked parts of the wheel for Bogota. List the 3 concepts we will write notes for during the clip.
Is there respect and care for the environment?
Does everyone get a fair deal?
Is there a good mix of social and cultural activities?
What can these photos tell us about the Druk Lotus school
Mahi (work):
As you watch the video, consider how they've made the school sustainable. Write examples of sustainability for the highlighted areas:
Title page consists of pictures
words that show the list of what makes a good city
Environmental tiaki: the plastic crisis
will be able to describe the problem with plastic waste
should be able to explain, using concepts, how plastic affects the environment
might be able to explain by linking concepts a way of reducing waste
Analysing tiaki in Dharavi
will be able to describe how Dharavi shows tiaki
should be able to explain how Dharavi shows social, environmental, cultural and economic tiaki
might be able to evaluate whether Dharavi is truly an example of tiaki
Episode 1
Episode 2
glue one of the wheels in the middle of a double page
Mahi mutunga (plenary/ debrief):
While watching the clip we will pause sometimes to discuss what we have seen and write examples on to our concept wheel.
Aro (starter): unscramble the words related to our unit
Tiaki in Bogota
will be able to list describe a sustainable change in Bogota
should be able to explain how challenges have been overcome in making sustainable changes in Bogota
might be able to evaluate how successful Bogota has been in achieving kaitiakitanga
Aro (starter): The city of Bogota is a case study we will look at in today's lesson. What can we learn about Bogota from these pictures?
Explain difficulties Wellington would face with trying to adopt sustainable changes like Bogota
Describe how Wellington could apply one of the ideas shown in Bogota
Sustainable city case study: Bogota
Task 3: using your notes from the previous task, complete one (or more!) of the activities below
Mahi mutunga (plenary/ debrief):
"The government needs to take responsiblity for achieving tiaki. It is pointless for individual people to try".
Does WEGC show the four areas of tiaki?
will be able to describe several examples of tiaki in WEGC
should be able to explain some positives and negatives to h WEGC shows sustainability
might be able to evaluate whether WEGC stacks up as a sustainable place
MAHI (work):
in groups, go through each area of the concept wheel and write examples of where WEGC is or is not showing this area of tiaki. You will need to report back to the class, with each member of your group being involved in the feedback to the class.
Case Study: Sustainability in the Druk Lotus School
will be able to describe how the Druk Lotus school is designed to be sustainable
should be able to explain how this school links to the concept wheel
might be able to evaluate whether Wellington could be like Druk Lotus school
Today we are going to watch an
episode of e2 based Ladakh
If Bogota can overcome its challenges and turn the city around in such a short time anywhere can become sustainable
. To what extent do you agree with this statement? Explain using examples
Well designed features of the school
Sustainability in the Druk Lotus School
Explain how the design of the Lotus school relates to at least two parts of the outer circle in the concept wheel

Wellington should aim for achieving sustainability like shown in Bogota. It is unrealistic to try to be like the Druk Lotus school. To what extent do you agree with this statement? Give reasons to explain your answer.
Describe how the design of the Lotus school relates to any two parts of the concept wheel

Task: complete 1 or more (challenge yourself!) of the tasks below
Explain what the below quote means. Can you link it to the Druk Lotus School or WEGC?
"Design at it's best is not only sustainable it is holistic. It considers future needs and supports ancient traditions. As western mono-culture threatens cherished ways of life, educating youth about the modern world as well as the merits of their own culture is critical. Can a school's design influence that?"

Aro (starter):
Using the letters of the word below see how many words you can make out of it

Discuss the meaning of the statement below with the person next to you.
“People 'over-produce' pollution because they are not paying for the costs of dealing with it.”
What has the statement above got to do with tiaki?
Aro (Starter):

B. The Town Hall is located in a central part of London with several transport options, supermarkets and eateries within walking distance.
F. The building is completely triple glazed, these glazing panels all have solar blinds that also block the UV rays and create a greenhouse effect inside the building.
E. Has a natural ventilation system with vents which when opened, deactivate the heating systems in the area. So both heating and cooling systems are never used at the same time and as often as possible the natural system is used.
A. There is no car parking provided for workers. Instead bicycle racks are available for all.
C. Inside the building, quite a few elements, such as floor tiles and rubber doormats are made of recycled materials.
London Town Hall
will be able to describe how an action shows tiaki
should be able to explain using evidence, how an action shows tiaki
might be able to evaluate he level of tiaki achieved in an action
1. for each of the boxes above, list down which parts of the tiaki concept wheel the building addresses
2. Describe how the London Town Hall shows tiaki. Use as many concepts as you can in your explanation and try to link some e.g say how one concept creates or leads to another.
D. The inside of the building has open, communal spaces with seating and activities such pool tables for workers to use and spend time together on their breaks
Title page: Are we kaitiaki?
Generalise: Texas paragraph
"What can Dharavi teach us about tiaki?"
T: Topic sentence- give your opinion on the question

E: explanation (possibly several points here to explain your point)

X: Example

A: Ask yourself (have you answered the question? If not, fix it now/ add something)

S: Summarise your ideas
T: Dharavi can teach us nothing/ a little/ some things/ a lot about sustainable communities. (choose one)
E: They show
tiaki by… They also show… tiaki...
A: However, Dharavi does not show tiaki by...
S: Dharavi can teach us...
What can Dharavi teach us about tiaki?
Explain in a TEXAS paragraph, giving reasons and including concepts.
X: In Kevin McCloud's 'Slumming it'...(give an example from the clip that shows tiaki. You may have provided an example when explaining your points above).
Let's go through the assessment tasks
Starter: could you live in one of these eco-capsules?
Aromatawai: Tiaki in action
"Be the change you want to see in the world"
E.G The Meridian Building demonstrates
environmental tiaki
because they use a natural air ventilation system instead of air conditioning. This means they use the natural air flow through the building rather than an electricity-powered air conditioner. This

social tiaki
as the workers in the building are sick less, because air conditioning can make germs move around the building. Instead the natural ventilation cleans the air so people are healthier and happier.
Linking concepts example:
Aro (focus/ starter):
This term's topic involves the concept of Kaitiakitanga.
Kākano (seed):

How much you think about the environment in your daily life. Do you recycle, reuse and reduce? Give reasons for your answer.
Tipu (growth):
explain what the quote above means and whether you agree or disagree with it, providing reasons
Google search: e2- the druk lotus school. It's the first result (the vimeo one)
Clip: The Druk Lotus School
Year 10 Social Studies
CASE STUDY: Druk Lotus School in Ladakh. Example of modern design in a learning environment
CASE STUDY: Bogota, Columbia. Turning a crime ridden city into a sustainable one
CASE STUDY: Dharavi, Mumbai.
How a slum can show tiaki
Evaluate using the Mauri model how sustainable their practices are

Puāwai (blossom):
"Encouraging people to look after the environment will not create sustainability/ kaitiakitanga, we need laws" to what extent do you agree with this statement? Provide reasons for your answer.
Search on youtube: 'Bogota: building a sustainable city' it will be the first link in the list (25mins long approx)
Bogota: from crime to sustainability
Youtube search: Kevin McLeod Slumming it episode 1 (it's the first link)
Youtube search: Kevin Mcleod slumming it episode 2
Mahi mutunga: (plenary):
Choose one or more of the below tasks to discuss with someone at your table
TASK: Decide for each statement whether it is an example of Social, Cultural, Environmental or Economic tiaki. They may be more than one type of tiaki.
1. Having a reuseable water bottle

2. In the rebuild of WEGC, keeping the foyer of the main block as it is.

3. The Warehouse paying people the living wage (which is more than minimum wage and is a fair amount)

4. Having Maori and English names for places.

5. The Government providing paid maternity leave for 20 weeks (money you get when you have a baby)
Title page consists of pictures and words that show the 4 areas of tiaki
Title page consists of pictures and words that show the 4 areas of tiaki Links are made between the concepts.
Title page consists of pictures and words that show tiaki
Is it possible to show tiaki in an environment like this?
Kaitiakitanga means guardianship, protection, preservation or sheltering. It is a way of managing the environment, based on the traditional Māori world view.

Māori world view: Māori believe there is a deep kinship between humans and the natural world. All life is connected. People are not superior to the natural order; they are part of it.
Mahi (work)
1. Discuss your answers with the people next to you: What do you think about the Maori world view, do you think we are kaitiaki? What would you like to protect or preserve?
2. Copy the definition for kaitiakitanga
How can do we affect each other?
How do we affect the environment?
How do we affect future generations?

Tiaki means looking after, protection, safeguarding
Kaitiaki is a guardian
Kōrerorero (discuss):
Are we being kaitiaki of the Earth?
Cultural tiaki
Social tiaki/ Economic tiaki
Are we kaitiaki of Te Reo Maori?
will describe an issue involving Te Reo Maori
should be able to explain how a controversy has affected Cultural tiaki
might be able to analyse how best to achieve tiaki in Te Reo Maori
MAHI (work): in your groups, open the google doc shared with you and divide up the below stories, completing the following
1. What is the main issue in the story
2. Give a perspective of someone involved in the story, using this framework:
a. ...thinks..
b. They think this because they value...
c. "..." (Provide a quote that backs up your explanation in a/ b)
Issues involving Te Reo Maori
Issue: currently only 4% of New Zealander's can speak fluent Te Reo Maori. Tiaki is needed to save this taonga (treasure). Below are ideas which could help preserve the Maori language:
Option 1: compulsory Te Reo Maori in Primary Schools

Option 2: more Kohanga Reo Schools (schools based on Maori values and where Maori is the main language spoken)

Option 3: more Te Reo Maori translations e.g road signs, place names, weather reports etc.

Option4: no action for whole of NZ, leave it up to Maori people to revive the language.
Working at Google
Economic tiaki:
protecting and safeguarding people's financial needs:
material prosperity (having a home, things you need, acquiring wealth, succeeding with a business)
fair trade
Actions taken by Air NZ involving Maori tiaki
Aro (focus/ starter): How many terms in this Wordle do you know the meaning of?
Kōrerorero (discuss): Te Reo Maori is one of NZ's three official languages.
Do you speak Maori?
How much Maori can you speak?
Decision making: Te Reo Maori
Which is the best and the worst option in helping the tiaki of the Maori language. Give reasons for your choices.
Which is the best option in helping the tiaki of the Maori language? Explain by using concept words in your answer.
Mahi: choose one of the below tasks
Different perspectives on Te Reo Maori in NZ
Content warning: at 0.31 seconds Alice drops the F bomb!
You'll need a TVNZ login to view this episode:
Are we kaitiaki?
NZ's recycling crisis: 'This situation is not sustainable'
Mahi (work): whilst watching the clip, answer the following questions
1. Where does our plastic waste go?
2. What are some solutions to the plastic issue?
3. Should we be paying other countries to take our waste? Explain, giving reasons.
Aro (focus/ starter):
Kōrerorero (discuss):
What's the issue with plastic bags?
Do you think they should be banned?
What do you (and your whanau) use plastic bags for?

Mahi (work): copy the definitions below
Kākano (seed):
What is Air NZ doing to promote tiaki of Te Reo Maori?
Tipu (growth):
How is Air NZ promoting cultural, social and economic tiaki?
Mahi (work): choose 1 or more of the following tasks

Puāwai (blossom):
'Actions like Air NZ's is not enough to achieve tiaki'. To what extent do you agree with this statement, give reasons for your answer,
Plastic in the oceans
Mahi (work): answer these questions whilst watching the clip
1. How is plastic affecting our oceans?
2. What can be done to reduce plastic in our oceans?
Mahi (work): This is our concept wheel for this unit. Glue it in and let's annotate the terms.
Are we showing tiaki in these 4 areas?
Are we protecting and safeguarding people:
human rights
Trade Me's headquarters have a slide inside the building
Aro (starter/ focus):
Trade Me's offices boast indoor slides, games and a "democratic MP3 player (pick away but if three people hate your choice, it will skip to the next one). They have casual work clothing: Jandals, bare feet, t-shirts & hoodies (most offices have a formal dress code of suits and ties etc).
Pātai (question):
Is this 'social tiaki'?
Look at the concept wheel and explain.
Sustainability is very similar to kaitiakitanga as it is about reducing damage to the environment. Tiaki or sustainability is necessary if we are to have enough natural resources for future generations. Natural resources are things that we find in nature that we use for our lives. Some resources are limited so be need to be careful about there use.
Examples of sustainable actions to reduce plastic pollution:
Keep cups
bamboo cutlery or bring your own!
Stainless steel straws
MAHI (work): find another example of a sustainable invention or action (like above) taken to reduce waste. You need to:

1. Explain what the issue is (e.g plastic straw waste). Providing some evidence to show how bad the problem is.

2. Explain how the action/ invention is helping the issue.

3. Present your information in one of the following formats:
a. create a rap/ song
b. write a poem
c. perform a skit
d. make a cartoon strip

4. In your presentation, include one of the below
Kākano (seed):

Include concepts in your presentation.
Answer this question with a reason: Could this action be better?
Tipu (growth):

Link concepts in your presentation
Explain how much of a difference you think this action is/ will make to the issue
Kākano (seed):
Describe a point of view on Te Reo Maori shown in the clip. Providing What they think and why they think that way (reasons/ values they hold).
Tipu (growth):
compare two points of view on Te Reo Maori shown in the clip. Why do they think the way they do? Explain how the values of the two people are different.
Economic and social tiaki:
Is it really that good to work at google?
Mahi (work): use the google doc shared with you about 'The pros and cons of working at Google' to complete one of the following tasks
Kākano (seed):

would you want to work at Google? Give reasons from the article to explain why. Include concept words.
E.G I'd want to work at Google because they...this increases
Economic tiaki
Tipu (growth):

Using concept words from the outer circle, give examples of how Google promotes social and economic tiaki.

E.G Google improves people's
material prosperity
Puāwai (blossom):

"Google is more concerned with making a profit than looking after the Social and Economic tiaki of their employees" to what extent do you agree with this statement? Provide reasons for your answer and include concept words (linking them if possible).
E.G Google shows
social tiaki
by...this causes
economic tiaki
Mahi (work): whilst watching the clip, write down the things that Google does to look after it's employees
Does Google show social and economic tiaki?
will describe why working at Google would show Social tiaki
should be able to use concept words to explain how Google promotes social and economic tiaki
might be able to analyse whether Google is focussed more on making a profit than social and economic tiaki of their workers
Mahi mutunga (plenary):
Kōrerorero (discuss): "Businesses must make a profit so any efforts with Social and Economic tiaki are because they want to make money". Is this true?
Here's what it says in the very first part of the Bible about people and nature:

Then God said, “Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals, and over all the creatures that move along the ground..... fill the earth and subdue it."

For a long time in many cultures this idea has been far more common.
Whatungarongaro te tangata, toitū te whenua
As people disappear from sight, the land remains
How does this whakataukī seem different from the Bible passage you just looked at?
Aro (focus/ starter):
Alien Weaponry
Kōrerorero (discuss): How does Alien Weaponry show the different types of tiaki?
Does WEGC show tiaki?
Are you well prepared for different types of careers?
EXTENSION: With WEGC being rebuilt, the school has opportunities to be focused more on tiaki. What suggestions have you got? Explain using our concepts.
Renewable resources:
resources that regrow, regenerate or replenish themselves e.g

Non- renewable resources:
resources which are limited or will run out one day e.g

Mahi: as a class, let's work out which resources in the diagram below are renewable or non-renewable. Add some examples to your definitions above
Pātai (question): Are we being sustainable with the Earth's resources?
World Overshoot Day
For World Overshoot Day to come later in the year requires actions (kaitiakitanga) to be taken by everyone on this planet. This needs to occur on a Global (World), National (country), Local (Wellington) and Individual level (you).

Tiaki or sustainability is not just about using less, it's also about taking care of the resources we have e.g reducing pollution of our natural resources. Let's look at how plastic affects or environment
Let's look at the plastic issue on a National level, what is happening in NZ
Let's look at what can be done an individual level:
(answers are below)

Dharavi can teach us a lot about tiaki.
Explain in a TEXAS paragraph, giving reasons and linking concepts.
Dharavi is more about what the community needs to survive rather than being kaitiaki'.
To what extent do you agree with this statement? Explain in a TEXAS paragraph, giving reasons and linking concepts.
Mahi (work): choose 1 or more of the following to complete
Mahi mutanga (plenary/ debrief):
see if you can come up with a word related to our lesson/ topic for each letter below (could have the letter in the word)
The government has more power than people in achieving tiaki
To what extent do you agree with the above statement? Discuss with the people around you.
Alice Sneddon- narrator/ interviewer
Don Brasch- Ex-politician
Ana Scotney- Maori student learning Te Reo Maori
Ngarino Te Hana- Primary school teacher
NZ Herald article. Link wont work. Type into google: NZ's recycling crisis after China ban: 'This situation is not sustainable'. It's the first on the list.

will be able to describe the impacts of actions taken on an issue

will be able to use the Mauri meter to explain the effect of an action

will be able to evaluate the overall impact on mauri
Puāwai (blossom):

Link concepts in your presentation
Evaluate how effective this action is in addressing the issue. Are they really making change? Why/ why not?
Evaluating the impacts of actions
Search on youtube: Alien Weaponry - A short documentary 2016

Let's look at eco-capsules as an example:
What is the goal(s) of eco-capsules?
One reason Eco-capsules are a good option for housing is because they are much smaller than normal houses and so use less electricity to power to heat. The Ecocapsule is almost 15 feet tall (4.5 m to be exact). Without the turbine, the home is a little over 8 feet tall (2.55 m), 14.6 feet long (4.45 m), and almost 7.5 feet wide (2.25 m) compare this to the average house size...
Positive impacts: less consumption of electricity because of the solar panels. The installed solar power is 880W and they have high-efficiency solar cells in order to maximize energy production.
Negative impacts are the high cost to buy an eco-capsule currently costing $141,000 to buy and that doesn't include the cost to get it to NZ from Slovakia (around $1700)!
It is a good decision overall because although there are
negatives such as
issues with only rich people being able to afford them and.... The positives outweigh these negatives such as the better use of
such as water which will have less of an impact on
because... ....
using concepts
linking concepts
Ideas for social action
Teach something
Learn something
Do something
e.g a language, a dance, how to make something
e.g a language, a dance, how to make something
e.g stop using plastic; write a letter to change a company/ government's practices; go vegan for a few days
Presentation aspect: you need to explain to the class what you have been doing and why they should do the same
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