Year 9 Social Studies
Students explore the unique bicultural nature of New Zealand society that derives from the Treaty of Waitangi. They learn about people, places, cultures, histories, and the economic world, within and beyond New Zealand. They develop understandings about how societies are organised and function and how the ways in which people and communities respond are shaped by different perspectives, values, and viewpoints. As they explore how others see themselves, students clarify their own identities in relation to their particular heritages and contexts.
“He hokinga mahara he kawenga Mātauranga mo āpōpō.”
As we reflect on the past we carry today the knowledge of tomorrow.
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1B8 exercise book
Glue sticks, pens, pencils