2 DO NOWOn your Guided Notes and in 3-4 COMPLETE SENTENCES, describe the culture of Australia’s Aboriginal people: their music, their art, their beliefs, etc.
3 Objective & Learner Profile SWBAT describe the cultural aspects of the Maori people of New Zealand.LEARNER PROFILEREFLECTIVEWhat are some of the similarities and differences between the Maoris of New Zealand and the Aborigines of Australia? We want to look back at what we learned about the Aboriginal people and look for similarities and differences.
4 Introduction Please take 5-7 notes from the video in the space provided on your Guided Notes. V8bPhzA
5 The Maori are the native people living in New Zealand.
6 The Maoris have a polytheistic religion, and the gods control nature.
7 NOTES They speak North Island Maori. Their music consisted of chants that told stories and lineages.LINEAGE: a group of families with a common ancestor
8 The traditional greet is call hongi. (Nose to nose, forehead to forehead)
9 Whanau means extended family – they are all responsible for raising the children The idea is similar to that of African tribes – “it takes a village to raise a child,” meaning all tribal members are responsible for the children.
10 Haka dance is the warlike, aggressive dance meant to intimidate the enemy. rfxPk
11 GROUP PRACTICE Number the Paragraphs Read the story Annotate – note the facts (5 w’s)Answer the questions, list the paragraph # where you found the answer
12 INDEPENDENT PRACTICEComplete the Comparison Chart in your Guided Notes.What SIMILARITIES exist between Australia’s Aboriginal People and New Zealand’s Maori People? (Can you name at least three?)What DIFFERENCES exist between Australia’s Aboriginal People and New Zealand’s Maori People? (Can you name at least three?)
13 Exit TicketUse an index card to complete this exit ticket. Write your FULL NAME and PERIOD NUMBER above the red line. Name THREE (3) DIFFERENCES between the Aborigine and Maori peoples. Name TWO (2) SIMILARITIES between the Aborigine and Maori peoples. Write ONE (1) MOST INTERESTING FACT you learned today about the Maori people.