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Thank you for using this pre-visit resource. We believe this will help strengthen student learning leading up to and during your gallery visit. Due to the different versions of Power point schools may use, please check for, and correct any formatting issues before you use this presentation with your students. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me. Jeremy Leatinu’u Education Coordinator Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts ext 7703 Welcome
Cit ys H ape RS Te Tuhi Pre-Visit / Lesson 1 museum h o s p i t a l motorways b u i l d i n g s h o u s e s Image:
Welcome to C it y SH ape RS During the next few lessons we will be exploring… What urban, suburban and rural mean Cities of New Zealand Why cities change Image:
Lets start by exploring what urban, suburban and rural mean… Image:
The word urban means to be living in, or from, the city To be in the city means you are surrounded by lots of buildings, lots of cars and lots of people What is the name of this city? Here is a clue… Image: The Sky Tower can only be found in Auckland city.
Image: Suburban areas are part of the urban area but are slightly different Suburban areas are found on the outside of the inner city and are filled mostly with houses They have schools, parks, libraries and local shops, which is why many people choose to live here What is the name of the suburban area your school is in?
The word rural means to be in or from the countryside To be in the countryside means you are far away from the city Image: This photo was taken in Whitianga, East of the North Island of New Zealand Later we will see how far Whitianga is from Auckland city
urbansuburbanrural there are many green hills we can see no cars few people work or live here there are many tall concrete buildings there are many cars many people work here there are many houses there are few cars many of people live here What kinds of different things can we see between urban, suburban and rural? Discuss as a class and see what differences you can find…
By looking at the land from above, we can also see how urban changes into suburban and then in to rural…
Lets try and find where the urban and suburban areas are in this next image…
urban suburb Where could the urban area be in this image? This pink line tells us where the urban area stops and where the suburban area begins. Remember in the urban image we saw large tall buildings… And in the suburban image we saw smaller buildings such as houses… Where could the suburban area be in this image? Image:
Let’s try another image, but this time we are going to try and find where the suburban and rural areas are…
suburb rural Where could the suburban area be in this image? Where would the pink line go to tell us where the suburban area stops and where the rural area begins? In the suburban image we saw smaller buildings such as houses… … And in the rural image we saw green hills… Where could the rural area be in this image? Image:
Lets try another image…
Where do they meet? suburb rural Where are the suburban and rural areas in this image? Image:
And the last image…
rural suburb Where do they meet? Where are the suburban and rural areas in this image? Image:
Let’s recap on what we have learnt so far… Now that we know what urban, suburban and rural areas are and look like…
So what have we learnt so far? Urban areas… Have lots of tall buildings and cars and many people work here Are far away from the countryside or rural area The name of our city is… Auckland
So what have we learnt so far? Suburban areas… Have many houses, cars and many people live here Are part of the urban area but are slightly different because they are on the outside of the inner city The name of our suburb is… urban suburban ???
So what have we learnt so far? Rural areas… Have many green hills, few cars and very few people live or work here Are far away from the urban area or inner city We saw one image of a rural area and that place was called… Whitianga, which is on the East side of the North island Image: Auckland Whitianga
In the next lesson we will explore “Cities in New Zealand”. End of lesson