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Lesson 73 Unit 19 The Maori of New Zealand
Presentation Where is New Zealand? How many islands is New Zealand made up of? What is the capital? Who is a sailor that landed on New Zealand several centuries ago? East of Australia Two large ones. Wellington. Captain Cook.
Pictures The nature beauty of New Zealand
Lead-in Do you know Maori? Maori people Maori village
The marae of the Maori The Maori dancers Maori culture
Skimming Read the passage carefully and answer the following questions: From which countries have the people of New Zealand come? What parts of Maori life are mentioned in the text? Polynesia/ Oceania and Europe, mainly Britain. Kindergartens, customs, way of life, the marae, the meeting house, family life, special Days-huis, wedding, conferences, deaths and burials
Skipping Maori name of the country: ____________. Maori name of a meeting place: _________. Maori name of a special day: ___________. Date when the first person arrived: ______. Areas from which the settlers came: ___________________________________. Aotearoa marae hui 950 Europe (mainly Britain), Oceania
Questions 1. How do we know about early Maori history? 2. In what ways was the arrival of European settlers a bad thing? Maori history was handed down from one generation to another. They brought diseases; the settlers fought the Maori over land rights.
3.How is the Maori way of life protected by the state. 4.How do Maori people keep their own way of life alive? Maori are encouraged to use their own language; there are Maori kindergartens; Maori as a language is taught in many schools and universities; you can study Maori studies at university. Family life continues to be important; they meet at the marae; they teach children how to behave at the marae; they have huis.
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