Levels 1 to 4
NZC Achievement Objectives
Te Mātauranga o Aotearoa
Learning Intentions are from the Ministry of Education
Integration ideas are from the Ministry of Education
Levels 1 to 4
Produce technological solutions in a range of technological areas and contexts.
Social Sciences: Why and how individuals and groups pass on and sustain their culture and heritage eg. The use of songs and dances and written, oral, and visual records about environments.
The Arts (Dance): Explain how traditional dances reflect the geographical settings of different cultures eg. in their instruments, costumes, formations, and movements.
The Arts (Dance): Choreograph dance on an environmental theme and record it on video.
The Arts (Drama): Interview a local actor, director, or playwright about the environmental ideas and knowledge expressed in their work.
The Arts (Music - Sound Arts): Draw on environmental issues to make a musical statement eg. a rap, an advertising jingle.
The Arts (Visual Arts): Use paper, card, and materials from Papatūānuku to make structures.
The Arts (Visual Arts): Make artworks on an environmental theme in response to the work of a visiting local artist.
The Arts (Visual Arts): Talk about objects and images found in their own environment
The Arts (Visual Arts): Develop individual ideas to include in a group project, such as a class mural on an environmental theme.
The Arts (Visual Arts): Describe how the characteristics, motifs, and symbols of Māori taonga communicate meaning about the environment.
English (Reading and Viewing): View a television advertisement for an “environmentally friendly” product and consider how the product is presented to the viewer through dialogue, words on the screen, music, and types of characters.
English (Writing and Presenting): Design and publish a pamphlet, role-play, chart, or video to provide information for the public on an environmental issue.