Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Taeotu Whanau Day

Taeotu Whanau Day

Exploring and expressing our cultural Identity
  • We will be looking at what cultural identity is, and what it means to belong to a culture.
  • What is whariki, and what makes the symbolism of a whariki so similar to ourselves and our whanau group.
  • Students will be choosing the cultures that we identify with the most, and then creating a whariki strand that represents what that culture means to us by drawing icons and symbols that represent our culture.
  • Once we have completed this, we will combine them to make a group whariki, so there will be 8 whariki in total.

Here are some excellent examples of how the students have used symbolism to share their identity

1 comment:

  1. Look forward to seeing your planned cultural wall in the classroom.