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.
My Poster

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: At lunch I share my lego with my friends because it's showing whakawhanaungatanga.

It was hard when: Your angry at them because they do mean stuff to you.


I really liked: When I can get along with my friends because then I can play with them.

Kerri Thinks
 


Sasha, you use kind words in and out of the classroom. You notice when children are hurt and you love to help. You always share your ideas and learning during class and group chats. I think you show whakawhanaungatanga in the playground and in the classroom. It can be tricky to keep doing the right thing when your friends are mean and you are angry. Perhaps you could share your problem with a buddy or a teacher or maybe take a deep breath and play with somebody else for a while you may stop being angry.
Kerri

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