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SOCIAL STUDIES workbooklets

The SUPPORTING LEARNING SOCIAL STUDIES workbooklet series has been designed to support students who need practical, visual and achievable tasks in Social Studies. The workbooklets are skill-based in themes so students can apply skills/content to modern contexts and use their environment to explore ideas around L1-4 of the NZ Social Studies curriculum.  

 

Students will enjoy learning about NZ and the wider world through tasks that they can manage and apply to ideas around them. Just pick Social Studies workbooklets that will interest your students & create your own learning programmes or use as support material within inclusive Social Studies classrooms.

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DESIGN IT (2) is all about using softer materials and working out how objects were made, with what materials and what each object’s purpose is.  Sometimes an object may look ordinary but have features we don’t notice at first or do several functions. DESIGN IT (2) is all about looking at an object made from soft materiasl and also creating own designs.

 

Key topics include:  fDesign features, paper, fabric, wool, food technology, design & create projects - all in a $45 .pdf ready for use workbooklet with unlimited printing.

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THEME: Culture & Identity            TITLE:  Kiwiana         Level 1-4 NZC

New Zealand’s general characteristics are continually evolving to recognise different groups that help make up the peoples in New Zealand.

 

The Kiwiana Social Studies booklet allows students to describe the key groups within New Zealand identifying the general characteristics such as culture, where people live, what New Zealanders identify with and how they celebrate as a whole country, or as a group.

 

Social and cultural characteristics will show the different structures and relationships between family and community of each key group and to allow students to explain about recreational pursuits, artistic and cultural expressions, celebrations, food and any other relevant details to do with cultures.

 

Skills embedded: NZ people, surveys, culture, symbols, places, mapping, summaries, literacy, sequencing, applying core terms, research etc.

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The Wider World booklet takes a small look at many different places around the world and what helps forms each countries unique culture and identity.

 

The Wider World booklet allows students to describe some key groups around the world, identifying the general characteristics such as culture, where people live, what each group identifies with and how they celebrate as a whole country, or as a group.

 

Many people move around the world informally (on holiday or visiting) or more formally when the migrate by choice to live in another country. They leave behind some aspects of their culture and identity, but often try to blend new ideas with what they already know through their dress, language, food, customs, celebrations, music etc.

 

Some people are forced to move to keep safe and this booklet will also look at some refugees moving around the wider world and the organisations that help them.

 

Skills embedded: Where in the world, mapping, surveys, world symbols culture, food, celebrations, applying core terms like migration, stereotypes, research etc.

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THEME: Culture & Identity         TITLE:  The Wider World       Level 1-4 NZC

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The In The World’s Past booklet takes a look at many different events, people and conflicts in our modern world’s past.

 

This booklet encourages students to look into some key events in history and use key research skills to find out more information about world events and leaders.

 

Many people in history around the world have tried to solve problems and give people better lives. Sometimes this isn’t smooth and can create conflict between countries, leaders and groups.

 

Students will look into some key events that had conflict or ended up in war and find out important key facts.

 

Skills embedded: Timelines, photo analysis, comparisons, news, research, war, peace, leaders, influencers, protests, actions, causes and consequences etc.

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THEME: Continuity & Change    TITLE:  In The World's Past     Level 1-4 NZC

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The NZ Past & Present booklet takes a look at how we piece together New Zealand’s short history and look at changes over time.

 

This booklet encourages students to look into key events in NZ history and use research skills to find out more information about NZ events and NZ leaders.

 

Many people in NZ's national and local history have helped contribute to NZ culture and identity over time. It can be useful to look at small, large, single or on-going events to start to understand New Zealand today.

 

Students will look into some key events that had conflict or ended up in war and find out important key facts.

 

Skills embedded: NZ timelines, photos, key NZ events, researching NZ's past, leaders, government & poltiics, protests & conflicts, causes and consequences, current events etc.

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THEME: Continuity & Change    TITLE:  NZ Past & Present     Level 1-4 NZC

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The Economic World - Money, Trade, Resources booklet takes a look at how we use money in everyday activities to buy or produce goods and services. We use notes, coins, different currencies, cash, banks and a range of ways to exchange goods or services.

 

This booklet allows students to look into key economic terms about money, trade and resources both in New Zealand and the wider world and put a lot of the ideas together to create their own money-making project to sell or trade.

 

These basics of economics can also link into ideas about share markets, international or global markets, or keeping our economies successful both at home and abroad.

 

Skills embedded: Money - notes, coins, currencies, using money, using banks & services, Trade - goods, services, producers, consumers, Resources - range of resources, management, sustainability, Money-Making project, current events etc.

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THEME: The Economic World      TITLE:  Money, Trade, Resources    Level 1-4 NZC

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