Watch this video. (If it doesn't work try here: Website- watch history of human rights).
Write your ideas in your writing book.
What is your definition of Human Rights?
Why do we have them?
Where did they come from?
Why is it important to know about human rights?
WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO FIND OUT ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS?
2). Select a Whakatauki or proverb from the below list.
What does it mean?
Try to represent it as an image- without using words.
Then we will show another R11 person for feedback. DO NOT HELP THEM- what do they see in your image? What ideas do they get?
DO NOT TELL THEM what your proverb is!!!
Make changes to your image to make it communicate the message better- show your person again. Talk it through with them. What other changes do they suggest to help communicate the message of your proverb?
If you are happy with it, add the proverb somewhere on your image, we will do a good copy on Friday morning- be ready!!!
THESE ARE THE HUMAN RIGHTS, CLICK THIS LINK
READ THROUGH KIWI KIDS NEWS AND FIND AN ARTICLE THAT YOU THINK IS ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS. https://kiwikidsnews.co.nz/
CONNECT IT TO ONE HUMAN RIGHT.
SUMMARISE THE ARTICLE- WHAT? WHO? WHEN? WHY?
WHICH HUMAN RIGHT IS IT CONNECTED TO?
(Having trouble? Take a look here)