Co-Construct an Interactive New Zealand Histories Timeline | Collaborative Task

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Description

The purpose of this resource is to provide templates and display materials for you to co-construct an interactive Aotearoa New Zealand Histories Timeline with your students.
 
Keep New Zealand’s history front and centre in your classroom and show visually where the important events fit in! QR code links help students to explore these important events in further detail. This resource is a great tool to use with the new Aotearoa New Zealand Histories curriculum. 
 
In this Aotearoa New Zealand Histories Timeline resource you receive:
  • Display lettering to create the heading: AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND HISTORIES TIMELINE
  • 40 example key Aotearoa New Zealand history moment labels. Each of these features a date, a title, and a QR code linking to further information. This QR code turns the timetable into an interactive learning tool. Students can use a digital device to scan the QR code and learn more about each Aotearoa New Zealand historical moment.
  • Timeline date markers for you and your students to use to place your key moments at the appropriate places within history. The dates range from 1200 to 2060. From 1200 to 1800, the dates go up in 50s e.g. 1200, 1250, 1300, and so on. From 1800-2060, the dates go up in 20s, e.g. 1800, 1820, 1840, and so on.
  • Blank templates for students to create their own interactive timeline events. Throughout the year, as your students study Aotearoa New Zealand and its historical moments, students can summarise these events using our template.

Events included on our Aotearoa New Zealand history moment labels include:

  • The Musket Wars
  • The Signing of the Treaty of Waitangi
  • The NEw Zealand Wars
  • Gold discovered in Otago
  • Invasion at Parihaka
  • New Zealand gives women the right to vote
  • The 1931 Hawkes Bay earthquake
  • The Ballantyne’s Fire
  • Edmund Hillary reaches the summit of Mount Everest
  • New Zealand’s first television broadcast
  • The Māori Land March
  • The Bastion Point occupation
  • The Erebus disaster
  • The sinking of the Rainbow Warrior
  • The All Blacks win the first Rugby World Cup
  • MMP introduced in New Zealand
  • The Pike River Mine disaster
  • Whakaari/White Island Eruption
  • NZ enters the first level 4 lockdown for Covid-19 pandemic
  • The Traffic Light System for Managing Covid-19 begins
  • First Official Matariki Public Holiday

Aotearoa New Zealand Curriculum Links: This resource relates to a range of areas in our new Aotearoa New Zealand Curriculum including:

Year 1-3: Tino rangatiratanga me te kāwanatanga | Government and organisation

Year 4-6; Whakapapa me te whanaungatanga | Culture and identity, Tino rangatiratanga me te kāwanatanga | Government and organisation, Tūrangawaewae me te kaitiakitanga | Place and environment

Year 7-8: Whakapapa me te whanaungatanga | Culture and identity, Tino rangatiratanga me te kāwanatanga | Government and organisation

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