Types of Scientists
Levels 1 and 2
NZC Achievement Objectives
Te Mātauranga o Aotearoa
Philosophy and History of Science:
Study traditional narratives which seek to explain natural phenomena. Compare and contrast narratives from a range of cultural origins. Identify the scientific knowledge underlying these narratives, and explore their roles in the original cultural context, including traditional philosophies, ethics and value systems.
Develop understanding of the processes by which science and society affect each other and co-evolve. Appreciate the role played by science and technology in the past and present processes impacting on indigenous peoples and ecosystems, and the possibility for indigenous perspectives to influence science applications.
Ngā Tautake Pūtaiao Me Ngā Kōrero o Mua:
Ka ako haere i ngā kōrero tūturu e whakamārama ana i ētahi āhuatanga o te ao māori. Ka whakatairite kōrero mai i ngā tirohanga a iwi kē. Ka tautohu i te mātauranga pūtaiao e tautoko ana i aua kōrero, ka torotoro hoki i te wāhi e pā ana ki te horopaki ahurea tūturu, ki ngā tautake o mua, ngā mātātika me ngā pūnaha uara.
Ka whakapakari māramatanga mō ngā hononga i waenganui i te pūtaiao me te porihanga, me ngā tukanga e tupu ngātahi ai. Ka kite i te wāhi ki te pūtaiao me te hangarau i roto i ngā mahi porihanga e whai pānga ana ki ngā tāngata whenua me ngā hauropi māori, i mua, i nāianei, ā, i ngā rā anō pea e heke mai ana.
Learning Intentions are from the Ministry of Education
Integration ideas are from the Ministry of Education
Social Sciences: Why people belong to groups eg. Kiwi Conservation Club
Social Sciences: Different types of work that people do eg. That of the conservation officer
Social Sciences: How participation in groups involves both responsibilities and rights eg. The rights and responsibilities of campers.