12 Takahi (12TKH1)
Teacher in Charge: Tamara Yuill Proctor
SEMESTER ONE COURSE
Do you have a passion to make Aotearoa a fairer and more just place? Ever wonder about the history of race relations in New Zealand?
This course aims to explore Aotearoa New Zealand’s unjust past and the conﬂicts that have been hidden from our history. You will be exposed to a range of diﬃcult histories and explore ways on how we can heal those wounds. You will have the opportunity to research your own social issue and learn ways on how you can make a diﬀerence in the future. Māoritanga is a strong feature of this course and tikanga will be weaved throughout. This course is open to all learners who are willing to question the foundations of modern Aotearoa society.
- Early Māori history from mātauranga and western perspectives
- Breaches of the Treaty of Waitangi
- Contemporary Societal Issues
- Tino Rangatiratanga
- Purenga Ihomatua - Decolonising the system
Recommended Prior Learning
10 credits in a Level 1 language-rich subject
Assessment InformationPossible Credits
External - 0 credits
Internal - 5 credits