Published on March 14, 2008
Yr 10 Social Studies Thursday 13 th March Do Now: (copy and complete) A treaty is an _______________ A treaty was made between _________ and ____________ in 1840. British also wanted to have a treaty with Maori because… agreement Maori British
Do Now: (copy and complete)
A treaty is an _______________
A treaty was made between _________ and ____________ in 1840.
British also wanted to have a treaty with Maori because…
Learning Intention: Students will be able to identify which parts English and Maori versions of the Treaty of Waitangi were different.
You must complete this sentence… If a treaty is an agreement, then both groups should a _ _ _ _ to the treaty. You should complete this sentence… If a treaty is written in d _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ languages, they should say and mean the s _ _ _ thing. You could complete this sentence... A treaty is NOT a treaty when… gree ifferent ame Remember it…
NEW TASK – you need an A4 sheet and the little bits of paper. LISTENING for instructions
You must match the statements to the correct parts of the Treaty In the middle column say whether you think the Maori and the English version are the same or different. You should find and write what the definition of sovereignty is … (look in the text) Write this into you books. You could find and write the Maori word for governorship is... (look in the text) Write this into your books. Compare and contrast it… Connect it…
You must match the statements to the correct parts of the Treaty
In the middle column say whether you think the Maori and the English version are the same or different.
Different Different Same The Treaty of Waitangi – A short version The Queen will protect all Maori and give them the same rights and privileges of British subjects. The British will look after and protect Maori and treat Maori equally as any British person. The British will look after and protect Maori and treat Maori equally as any British person. The Queen will protect all Maori and give them the same rights and privilege of British subjects. 3 Grants Maori full chieftainship (sovereignty) (rangatiratanga) of their lands. The Crown have first offer to buy land, but if they do not wish to, then Maori can sell directly to other buyers. Maori have complete control and authority over their lands meaning that they could have their own laws on their lands. If Maori want to sell land, then they have to offer it to the Crown (the government first). If the government does not wish to buy the land then Maori can sell it to other people. Maori were allowed to keep the land they owned. Maori have to sell land to the Crown (the government) – not anyone else. Grants Maori “full exclusive and undisturbed possession of their lands, and estates, forests, fisheries and other properties.” Only the Crown can purchase land from Maori if they are willing to sell. 2 Maori will give the Queen governorship of their lands – kawanatanga – word made up by Williams The Queen is allowed to set up a government in New Zealand to look after everything. The Queen of England has power and control over everything. Maori will give the Queen “all rights and powers of sovereignty” (highest power) 1 Maori Version Our version Same / Different? Our version English Version
The 3 Articles (parts) of the Treaty of Waitangi Copy the heading and table: Articles (parts of the treaty) that mean different things Articles (parts of the treaty) mean the same things
You must fill the table with the following headings (use your work sheet) Article One Article Two Article Three You should complete this sentence … Article one is __________ because the English version states that Queen has p_______ and c________ over everything whereas the Maori version says that the Queen is allowed to set up a g____________. You could complete this sentence … Article two is __________ because… different ower ontrol overnment Compare and contrast it… Connect it…
You must fill the table with the following headings (use your work sheet)
The 3 Articles of the Treaty of Waitangi Article Three Article One Article Two Articles (parts of the treaty) that mean different things Articles (parts of the treaty) mean the same things
Reflection Today I have learnt that there are _____ articles (p _ _ _ _) to the Treaty of Waitangi. The _________ and the __________ articles say different things in the E _ _ _ _ _ _ and Maori versions of the Treaty whereas the ________ article says the same thing. Extra for Experts… Write 5 “What if …? Questions about what we have learnt so far. 3 arts first second nglish third
Extra for Experts…
Write 5 “What if …? Questions about what we have learnt so far.
Tell the person beside you how many articles there are? Tell the person beside you which article is the same. Tell the person beside you which articles are different.
Get ready for reward questions … Put your hand up first AND Don’t call out
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