Pakeha culture



This is a pilot kit – not the final finished answer. It is designed to give ideas, some starters, to select from according to your children, school ad community. It can be adapted and built on to, for any age from new entrants to form two.

Table of contents

Introduction – Pakeha culture; How to use the kit; Getting started; Some ways to find out information; Some ways to show whay you have found out; A bunch of angles; What 21.000 New Zealanders think; Pakeha media; Workig with photos; photos; Pakeha and writin g- the Treaty of Waitangi; The Treaty; Stories from the Pakeha past; Fitting into Pakeha society; Pakeha houses; Pakeha and the outdoors; Pakeha and food; Taha Pakeha in schools – for staff discussion.

Primary author: Project Waitangi

Secondary author: NZEI, NIE

Author biography: Pākehā

Publisher: Project Waitangi

Publication format: Education hand-out, Education workbook

Publication place: Wellington

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: 305.8 PAK – Filing Cabinet

Misc. notes: Digital copy too large to upload, Held in digital files: Filing Cabinet – Culture

Content type: Implementation

Sector: Education – early childhood, Education – primary, Education – secondary

Formal group: Project Waitangi

Culture related topics: Concept of culture

General related topics: Equity/justice/fairness

Historical period: 20th

Resources: Culture