Examples of how to achieve approved subjects through the proposal

The following are some examples of how a Māori-medium student could achieve 14 credits in a subject through this proposal.

Ngaringi is undertaking learning from science/pūtaiao drawn from both the New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

The 14 credits can be drawn from any of the 32 dual-curricula standards and/or the four unique Te Marautanga o Aotearoa standards on the list under science/pūtaiao subject.

Ngaringi meets the 14 credit requirement for science/ pūtaiao through achieving 16 credits in the following four standards:

  • 91604 Demonstrate understanding of how an animal maintains a stable internal environment (3 credits)
  • 91606 Demonstrate understanding of trends in human evolution (4 credits)
  • 91603 Demonstrate understanding of the responses of plants and animals to their external environment (5 credits)
  • 91821 Te tātari i ngā matatika e pā ana ki te mahi a te tangata i te ātea (requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of the ethics of human activity in space) (4 credits)

Hone is undertaking learning from history in both the New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa

The 14 credit requirements can be drawn from any of the six dual curricula standards and/or the three unique Te Marautanga o Aotearoa standards on the list under the history subject.

Hone meets the 14 credit requirement for history through achieving 14 credits in the following three standards:

  • 91438 Analyse the causes and consequences of a significant historical event (6 credits)
  • 91830 Te tātari i ngā pāpātanga o tētahi tūāhua o mua ki te iwi taketake (requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of the impacts of a historical process or event on indigenous people) (4 credits)
  • 91835 Te tātari i tētahi kawenga pāpori i whakatairangatia ai ngā motika iwi taketake (requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of a social action that has promoted indigenous rights) (4 credits)

Craig is undertaking learning from hauora within a kaupapa Māori context through Te Marautanga o Aotearoa

The 14 credit requirement for hauora can be drawn from any of the 20 dual curricula standards and/or the six unique Te Marautanga o Aotearoa standards on the list under the hauora subject:

Craig meets the 14 credit requirement for hauora through achieving 14 credits in the following three standards:

  • 91461 Analyse a New Zealand health issue (5 credits)
  • 91466 Investigate a nutritional issue affecting the well-being of New Zealand society (5 credits)
  • 91498 Evaluate physical activity experiences to devise strategies for lifelong well-being (4 credits)

Anei ētahi tauira o ngā āheinga marau a te ākonga e ai ki te tono nei

Tauira 1: Kei te ako a Ngaringi i ngā paerewa pūtaiao mai i ngā anga marautanga e rua –Te Marautanga o Aotearoa me te New Zealand Curriculum

E taea ai te whakatutuki whiwhinga 14 mai i ngā paerewa 32 o ngā anga marautanga e rua; i ngā paerewa pūtaiao e 4 rānei o Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.
Ka taea e Ngaringi te whakatutuki whiwhinga 16 nō roto mai i ngā paerewa pūtaiao e 4 e rārangihia nei:

  • 91604 Demonstrate understanding of how an animal maintains a stable internal environment (3 credits)
  • 91606 Demonstrate understanding of trends in human evolution (4 credits)
  • 91603 Demonstrate understanding of the responses of plants and animals to their external environment (5 credits)
  • 91821 Te tātari i ngā matatika e pā ana ki te mahi a te tangata i te ātea (requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of the ethics of human activity in space) (4 credits).

Tauira 2: Kei te ako a Hone i ngā paerewa hītori mai i ngā anga marautanga e rua –Te Marautanga o Aotearoa me te New Zealand Curriculum

E taea ai te whakatutuki whiwhinga 14 mai i ngā paerewa e 6 o ngā anga marautanga e rua; i ngā paerewa hītori e 3 rānei o Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

Ka taea e Hone te whakatutuki whiwhinga 14 nō roto mai i ngā paerewa hītori e 3 e rārangihia nei:

  • 91438 Analyse the causes and consequences of a significant historical event (6 credits)
  • 91830 Te tātari i ngā pāpātanga o tētahi tūāhua o mua ki te iwi taketake (requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of the impacts of a historical process or event on indigenous people) (4 credits)
  • 91835 Te tātari i tētahi kawenga pāpori i whakatairangatia ai ngā motika iwi taketake (requires ākonga to provide evidence of their analysis of a social action that has promoted indigenous rights) (4 credits).

Tauira 3:  E ako ana a Craig i ngā paerewa hauora nō Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, i raro tonu i te kaupapa Māori

E taea ai te whakatutuki whiwhinga 14 mai i ngā paerewa 20 o ngā anga marautanga e rua; i ngā paerewa hauora e 6 rānei o Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

Ka taea e Craig te whakatutuki whiwhinga 14 nō roto mai i ngā paerewa hauora e 3 e rārangihia nei:

  • 91461 Analyse a New Zealand health issue (5 credits)
  • 91466 Investigate a nutritional issue affecting the well-being of New Zealand society (5 credits)
  • 91498 Evaluate physical activity experiences to devise strategies for lifelong well-being (4 credits).
 
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