MY HOME, MY PLACE
Available until Friday 9 October
In this programme, we will explore the photographs in Derek Henderson’s exhibition, Milk Run. We will look at the different personalities of homes photographed, and think about what ‘home’ means to us. We will then look at homes from around the world, and think about how tamariki and rangitahi in other countries live.
We will then head to the classroom to construct a 3-D version of our dream homes using recycled cardboard and tape! What will your dream home look like?
Primary, Intermediate, Secondary
Key Themes: Home, Identity, Place, Whānau, Tamariki around the World, Local
Subject Areas: The Arts (Visual Arts), Social Sciences (Nature and Technology), English (speaking, writing and presenting – processes, strategies and ideas), Health and Physical Education (personal identity, healthy communities and environments – societal attitudes and values), Technology
Key Competencies: Thinking, using language/symbols/texts, managing self, relating to others
Cost: FREE of charge
Duration: 60-90 minutes
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