12 New Zealand History (12HNZ1)
Teacher in Charge: Tamara Yuill Proctor
12 New Zealand History
SEMESTER ONE COURSE
‘Te Wai Pounamu: Early South Island History’
Explore the early history of Māori and Europeans in Te Wai Pounamu: and its conflicts Ngāi Tahu, Māori society, explorers, traders and settlers. Consider different perspectives from participants in an event from this period: the Harriet shipwreck of 1834 or the Wairau Incident of 1843.
- Māori society in Te Wai Pounamu before 1800
- Māori, explorers, whalers, traders and settlers in Te Wai Pounamu 1770-1840
- Conflict: The Harriet Shipwreck or the Wairau Incident: perspectives
This course is split into two semesters: students can take just one course or both.
Recommended Prior Learning
10 credits in a Level 1 language-rich subject
Assessment InformationPossible Credits
External - 5 credits
Internal - 10 credits