Suitable for Years 4-8 and these classroom kits combine elements from the Literacy and Social Science learning areas.
Character cards reveal 16 different stories of a single day in Whitianga in 1769. Students cross reference and join together key moments to create a multi-faceted version of events. 'Guess Who' boards help students consolidate the story. Writing prompts see students develop their 'character' further before using chosen object (included in the box) to write a point of view story. Finally, students "re-discover" their objects in 2019 and, with video support from the curators of Auckland Museum's Tupaia and the Endeavour Exhibition, create their own museum display.
Our kits are always free but they do come with certain time-framed conditions. Most often you'll be asked to return an image, a sample of student work, or a professional response regarding your learning experience within a certain timeframe. We will send a prompt for this feedback a few weeks before the due date and it may be worthwhile adding the feedback date to your calendar now.
Conditions are clearly outlined at the point of registration and you'll need to use your own judgement in regards to whether the kit suits you and your students.
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