Friday, 20 February 2015

Whakawhanaungatanga



We have been learning all about whakawhanaungatanga and what it means. We think it is all about getting along better, including everybody and being in a team.

When we are showing Whakawhanaungatanga we will :

 
See:  people sharing and noticing other people

Hear:  kind words, encouraging words like "ka pai", "good job”, “can I help?"

Think about: about other people, listen and share.


Task: Listen to your buddy and learn some things about them. Work together to create a poster sharing what you have learned about each other. Remember to practise using encouraging words, to share ideas and to notice how you your buddy might be feeling. 

 Success Criteria:     
  • I used kind words.
  • I listened to my buddy and found out something new.
  • I shared my ideas with my buddy.
  • I show whakawhanaungatanga in and out of the playground.

Reflection
I used kind words.
 


I listened to my buddy and found out something new.
 


I shared my ideas with my buddy.
 


I show whakawhanaungatanga in and out of the playground.
 


I show whakawhanaungatanga when: I notice that people are sad and then I help them.

It was hard when: asking people "are you alright?" when you don't know them.


I really liked: making friends and finding out about people.

Kerri Thinks
 


Charlotte, you are a delightful young lady and I love the way you notice how people are feeling or when they might be feeling left out. You use classroom games to show whakawhanaungatanga by making sure you include everybody and pick people who haven't had a turn yet. It can be tricky to talk to people you don't know and ask if they are ok, especially when they are bigger than you, maybe having a buddy with you for support might help.
Kerri


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