Presentation on theme: "Lesson plan for KS 2,3,4 The Haka The National Curriculum for Art and Design describes 4 different, but interrelated aspects of experience, learning, progression,"— Presentation transcript:
Lesson plan for KS 2,3,4 The Haka The National Curriculum for Art and Design describes 4 different, but interrelated aspects of experience, learning, progression, and assessment. 1.‘Explore and develop ideas’ 2.‘Investigate and make’ 3.‘Evaluate and develop’ 4.’Knowledge and Understanding’
International Rugby During 1905, the New Zealand Rugby team toured the Home Nations of the United Kingdom, the first team from a ‘colony’ to do so.New Zealand Rugby team Home NationsUnited Kingdom Just before the kick off of each game the New Zealand Rugby Team performed a strange dance ritual ! The ritual was an ancient ‘Maori’ war dance. The Maoris were the ‘indigenous’ people of New Zealand. It has become tradition for New Zealand to perform this ritual before every international game they play. It is now commonly known as The Haka.
Gloucester vs New Zealand At Kingsholm 1 st live experience of the ‘Haka’ for the people of Gloucester. Most players in the New Zealand team were Maoris. The Maoris also liked to have tattoos on their faces. Imagine facing these men doing the Haka, shouting at you, dancing in front of you, and with tattoos on their faces!.
These are screen shots from the Heritage Website.
Your Challenge On each of the 3 templates of Haka facial expressions Create and draw a tattoo design which emphasis the facial expression. Remember! That the Haka is actually a war cry!