Using māoriresindigistore

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Using māoriresindigistore

  1. 1. What is Digistore? Digitised Items Learning Objects Digitised items www.tetoitupu.org
  2. 2. The Māori resources catalogue Step 1 Go to the Digistore wiki http://digistore.wikispaces.comStep 2 Step 3Go to the Māori related Click on the imageresources page www.tetoitupu.org
  3. 3. Using Māori resources in the classroom Matching activities Match Te Reo Māori descriptions to the pictures. He manu tukutuku raupō tēnei. He hīnaki tēnei hei hopu tuna. Images reproduced courtesy of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa www.tetoitupu.org
  4. 4. Using Māori resources in the classroomRepetitive engagement with Te Reo Māori games after using the equivalent English ones. www.tetoitupu.org
  5. 5. Using māori resources in the classroom Place based education / time frame inquiry Māori school in the 1950s - Ruatoria on the East Coast Reproduced courtesy of Archives New Zealand Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga www.tetoitupu.org
  6. 6. Using Māori resources in the classroom Technology - Māori technology study Image reproduced courtesy of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa This is a Māori bird snare. How do you think it worked? Can you create another simple design using wood and a cord that could catch birds? www.tetoitupu.org
  7. 7. Using Māori resources in the classroom Research and inquiry – use in children’s inquiry projects Traditional Māori buildings This is a Māori food storehouse. It is on poles to stop animals eating the food. Image reproduced courtesy of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa www.tetoitupu.org
  8. 8. Using Māori resources in the classroom Art - Understanding Māori art in context Image reproduced courtesy of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa TongarewaThis is an example of rare materials (the albino kiwi feathers) beingused to make cloaks - the more decorative and rare the cloakmaterials, the more likely that it was created for a person of high ranksuch as a chief. www.tetoitupu.org
  9. 9. Using Māori resources in the classroom As a hook for a new unit or piece of writing Questions taken from the Library of Congress primary sources analysis toolDescribe what you see. When do you think it wasWhat do you notice first? taken?What people and objects Who do you think wasare shown? the audience for thisHow are they arranged? photo?What is the physical What can you learn fromsetting? examining this photo?Why do you think this What’s missing from thisphoto was taken? photo? Image reproduced courtesy of Alexander Turnbull Library Beneath my fingers, the flax basket was beginning to form. It was going to be ready in time for … www.tetoitupu.org
  10. 10. Using Māori resources in the classroom Visual literacy – how picture book illustrations convey messages Reproduced courtesy of Random House New Zealand, Gavin Bishop, Te Tai Tamariki Aotearoa New Zealand Children’s Literature TrustHatupatu is similar in scale to the other pets in the illustration butdramatically smaller than the bird woman which makes him appeardefenceless and vulnerable. www.tetoitupu.org

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