Engage with Science
Levels 1 and 2
NZC Achievement Objectives
Te Mātauranga o Aotearoa
Uses of Science: Learn about the people and the work they do to produce science knowledge. Apply knowledge of science to community decisions and actions, in order to think about iwi and wider issues impacting on the individual, society and the environment.
Te Whakamahinga o te Pūtaiao: Ka ako mō ngā mahi me ngā kaimahi e whakaputaina ai ngā mātauranga pūtaiao. Ka whakahāngai i tōna mōhio pūtaiao ki ngā whakatau me ngā mahi o te ao tangata, arā, hei whakaaro ki ngā take ā-iwi, me ngā take whānui, e pā ana ki te tangata, te porihanga me te taiao.
Learning Intentions are from the Ministry of Education
Integration ideas are from the Ministry of Education
Social Sciences: How participation in groups involves both responsibilities and rights eg. The rights and responsibilities of campers.
Social Sciences: Why people belong to groups eg. Kiwi Conservation Club
The Arts (Drama): Select and develop a series of scenes to examine an environmental issue in the community.
The Arts (Drama): Demonstrate some of the functions of drama (eg. to amuse, inform, entertain) on an environmental issue.
The Arts (Visual Arts): Develop individual ideas to include in a group project, such as a class mural on an environmental theme.
English (Reading and Viewing): Read a story on an environmental issue and respond in a way that demonstrates understanding, such as by illustrating it or by improvising a short drama
English (Reading and Viewing): Read a non-fiction text on an environmental issue and identify the way its structure assists the reader to gain information through such things as the title, table of contexts, headings and subheadings, pictures and captions, diagrams, index, and glossary.
English (Oral Language): Listen to and respond to others during class or group discussions on environmental issues.
English (Oral Language): Identify the main ideas when listening to a recording relating to an environmental issue.
English (Oral Language): Develop some focus questions and conduct an interview with an older person in the community on how the local environment has changed since they were young.