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Discovering Maori Culture through Journeys in Film: Whale Rider. Polynesia. Reprinted with permission from ruthenpress.info Handout 1. Lesson 1 SOCIAL. Read "The Whale Rider" by Witi Ihimaera available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. Eight-year-old Kahu craves her. The Whale Rider by Witi Ihimaera. Introduction. New Windmill titles are supported with Student and Teaching resource sheets to engage students with the novel.

Each set of resources includes a series of self-contained lessons with photocopiable worksheets, teaching notes and suggestions for guided reading. Each activity is mapped against the Framework to help you with your planning. There are also suggestions for further study areas including speaking and listening, writing and reading activities. If your students have enjoyed studying this novel there are suggestions of other New Windmills they may like to read for pleasure. The New Windmill worksheets offer additional support in these areas and can be used to complement the learning in Edges 2 or can be used as standalone worksheets. The Whale Rider has been made into an award winning film. Resources for The Whale Rider: This material may be freely copied for institutional use. However, this material is copyright and under no circumstances can copies be offered for sale. The publishers gratefully acknowledge permission to reproduce copyright material. The tribe face a crisis when over two hundred whales beach themselves at Whangara. Kahu swims out to the whale. The tribe believe that they are descendants of Paikea who escaped drowning by riding to dry land on the back of a whale.

Select a group of students who would benefit from support with close reading. This essentially requires that the students engage in some close reading. Ask the students to explain how Koro felt as a seven year old experiencing his first whale hunt. The exclamation mark shows how angry she is. She is almost acting like a little child ands so we get the impression that she is extremely vulnerable at this point.

It is a term used to describe the crying of a young child. Oh the poor thing. Look at the passage below. If you can. She must be. Why do you think Nani is crying? When Nani called to Koro. You will notice that one of the boxes has been filled in for you.

In the boxes around the passage answer the questions. All right. We know that Nani is angry. Far away. At other times you have to make your own mind up from what has been written. Sometimes this will be very easy. Sometimes we are told exactly what a character feels. Nani Flowers got her wild up.

Well you tell Rehu that the first is the worst. Whenever he felt angry he would always get on his rowboat and row out into the middle of the ocean to sulk. When Nani tells the boys that they have a beautiful niece. Koro is telling the young boys of the tribe about his first whale hunt.

They had prestige. Notice that there is a response to one of the quotations. Our longboat got so close to one that I was able to reach out and touch the skin. I could see the longboats being launched into the sea.

In this activity you need to look beyond the literal meanings of the words. I was too young to know any better. Like a god. Koro Apirana led us in a prayer to bless the school. I can still remember seeing everyone climbing the lookout. I ran down past the sheds. I felt the ripple of power beneath the skin. There are no correct answers to any of these questions.

So there I was. In the box below the passage there are some quotations from the passage. Re-read the passage below. They were so powerful. I followed them and far out to sea I saw a heard of whales. It felt like silk. But I was young. I have never forgotten. All of a sudden my uncle yelled out to me to get on his boat with him. Then the harpoons began to sing through the air. Kahu is outside the room. The sea thundered ominously. The Whale Rider 4 He paused. When we started to strip the blubber off the whale in the whaling station.

She was making a mewling sound in her throat. She seemed paralysed with terror. Get away from here. Kahu wrenched away from me and ran into the meeting house. Koro Apirana walked up to her. I edged over to her and when she saw me she put her arms around my neck. Eventually it would spout blood like a fountain.

The rain fell like spears. This is a powerful sentence. Koro Apirana was saying. His mouth dropped open. Three or four other boats would tow it ashore to the nearest place and cut it up and share out the meat and the oil and everything.

I heard Kahu weeping at the doorway. Blind eels would come up with the tide to drink the blood. R6 Comment on the authorial perspectives offered in texts on individuals. To produce a piece of analytical writing. Wr6 Convey a sense of character in writing. R4 Read actively for meaning. Write a critical review of a substantial text.

R5 Evaluate their own critical writing about texts. R16 Distinguish between the attitudes of characters and author. The students are encouraged to use textual evidence to support their points of view. This activity asks the students to produce a piece of analytical writing. Wr19 Write reflectively about a text. The students are lead through an example of how to use textual evidence to support a point of view.

Wr17 Cite specific and relevant textual evidence to justify critical judgements about texts Activity aims: The Whale Rider Teaching notes Activity 3: R6 Actively read for information. R8 Infer and deduce information. Provide the students with Resource Sheet 5. Porourangi had walked through the door with his daughter and Nani Flowers. Provide the students with Resource Sheet 6. The following quotations are provided. Obviously Koro had already made his feelings clear about having a granddaughter.

The Whale Rider Extract 2 Under these conditions. This public display of anger shows how disappointed Koro was. They might also require help to insert quotations into an essay and then discuss their significance. The students are asked to produce a piece of analytical writing. Apposite quotations are provided and the students are provided with prompts to help them see why these quotations are important. At the planning stage of the essay the students are asked to respond to a series of quotations.

If students are not confident about analytical writing they will require a great deal of support with this activity. Do you think this is a cruel thing to say? This describes the empty seat during the end of school concert. Re-read the pages on which the quotations appear. Select a group of students who would benefit from some support with responding to implied meaning. What has Koro understood? For what? Then ask the students the questions for these quotations that appear in the table.

Rise up from the depths of your long sleep. How old was Kahu at this time? First of all. This is the key problem for Koro. You are of no use to me. I die. Encourage the students to explain their responses by referring closely to the language of the quotations. He raised his arms as if to claw down the sky upon him. And if it lives? Return to the people and take your rightful place among them. Koro is deeply disappointed because tradition says that the leadership of the tribe must be passed on to a male.

You will notice that some of the phrases are underlined. Page 25 Extract 2 Under these conditions. You will notice that one of the boxes has been completed as an example.

Carefully re-read the extracts below from The Whale Rider. She must have expected Koro to be reluctant because he had already told Nani how disappointed he was that Kahu was a girl. This phrase shows that Nani expected Koro to be reluctant to hold the baby.

Koro is cruel to Kahu. It is not until the end of the novel that Koro eventually realises how important Kahu is to the tribe. The following quotations will be useful for your essay. Activity Your task is to produce a piece of analytical writing. You will notice that for each quotation there are some notes which might help you to use the quotation in your essay. Only use the quotations that you think are the most useful. You need to show how Koro dismissed Kahu for a long time.

Planning Structure your essay so that you: In fact by the end of the novel we can see that Koro actually has a great deal of respect for Kahu.

You must make very close reference to the text in order to support your point of view. Yr9 Wr9 Collaborative drama: Act out any of the conversations between key characters: Koro and Nani Flowers. Yr8 R2. Research the social conditions of the Maori people over the last one hundred years.

Yr9 Wr13 Reading for pleasure Some students will enjoy the mythical elements of the Whangara tribe. Yr8 R Another novel that is set in a different culture but has a mythical element to it is Keeper by Mal Peet. Yr7 R Yr9 R9 Analytical writing: Produce a piece of analytical writing which considers whether the women of the Whangara tribe are treated with the same respect as the men.

Kahu and Rawiri. This novel focuses on the plight of children living on the streets of Addis Ababa. Most of the story is told by Rawiri. Collaborative drama: Yr9 R2. Would you have recommended the novel to have been turned into a film? Personal view: Yr7 Wr Produce a poster to illustrate what you discover.

Yr8 S9. Analytical writing: Yr7 S Yr9 Wr16 Informative writing: Produce a piece of informative writing. The following study areas provide ideal opportunities for creating interesting and stimulating activities: Explore the use of two narrative perspectives.

Independent research: Yr7 R1. Kahu and Nani Flowers. Wr9 Personal view: This novel has been turned into a popular film. The focus should be on maintaining character. In the boxes around the passage answer the questions. All right. You will notice that one of the boxes has been filled in for you. We know that Nani is angry. When Nani tells the boys that they have a beautiful niece. Whenever he felt angry he would always get on his rowboat and row out into the middle of the ocean to sulk.

At other times you have to make your own mind up from what has been written. Well you tell Rehu that the first is the worst. Oh the poor thing. If you can. Why do you think Nani is crying? She must be. Sometimes we are told exactly what a character feels. Sometimes this will be very easy. Far away. Nani Flowers got her wild up. Look at the passage below. When Nani called to Koro.

I can still remember seeing everyone climbing the lookout. Re-read the passage below. So there I was. There are no correct answers to any of these questions. They had prestige. Then the harpoons began to sing through the air. I could see the longboats being launched into the sea. I was too young to know any better.

Like a god. Koro is telling the young boys of the tribe about his first whale hunt. I followed them and far out to sea I saw a heard of whales. I ran down past the sheds. I felt the ripple of power beneath the skin. Kahu is outside the room. It felt like silk. Our longboat got so close to one that I was able to reach out and touch the skin.

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All of a sudden my uncle yelled out to me to get on his boat with him. Notice that there is a response to one of the quotations. In this activity you need to look beyond the literal meanings of the words.

But I was young. I have never forgotten. In the box below the passage there are some quotations from the passage. They were so powerful. Koro Apirana led us in a prayer to bless the school. Kahu wrenched away from me and ran into the meeting house. This is a powerful sentence. Blind eels would come up with the tide to drink the blood. His mouth dropped open.

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When we started to strip the blubber off the whale in the whaling station. She seemed paralysed with terror. Koro Apirana was saying. I heard Kahu weeping at the doorway. Koro Apirana walked up to her. The rain fell like spears. The sea thundered ominously. Eventually it would spout blood like a fountain.

Get away from here. She was making a mewling sound in her throat. The Whale Rider 4 He paused. I edged over to her and when she saw me she put her arms around my neck. Three or four other boats would tow it ashore to the nearest place and cut it up and share out the meat and the oil and everything.

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The students are lead through an example of how to use textual evidence to support a point of view. The Whale Rider Teaching notes Activity 3: R6 Actively read for information. Wr19 Write reflectively about a text. Provide the students with Resource Sheet 5. R4 Read actively for meaning. Wr6 Convey a sense of character in writing.

To produce a piece of analytical writing. Porourangi had walked through the door with his daughter and Nani Flowers. The students are encouraged to use textual evidence to support their points of view. R8 Infer and deduce information. R16 Distinguish between the attitudes of characters and author. R6 Comment on the authorial perspectives offered in texts on individuals.

This activity asks the students to produce a piece of analytical writing. Wr17 Cite specific and relevant textual evidence to justify critical judgements about texts Activity aims: Write a critical review of a substantial text.

R5 Evaluate their own critical writing about texts. Obviously Koro had already made his feelings clear about having a granddaughter. They might also require help to insert quotations into an essay and then discuss their significance. The Whale Rider Extract 2 Under these conditions. If students are not confident about analytical writing they will require a great deal of support with this activity.

This public display of anger shows how disappointed Koro was. Provide the students with Resource Sheet 6. Apposite quotations are provided and the students are provided with prompts to help them see why these quotations are important.

At the planning stage of the essay the students are asked to respond to a series of quotations. The students are asked to produce a piece of analytical writing.

The following quotations are provided. And if it lives? Encourage the students to explain their responses by referring closely to the language of the quotations. For what? I die. How old was Kahu at this time? Rise up from the depths of your long sleep. Then ask the students the questions for these quotations that appear in the table. What has Koro understood? This is the key problem for Koro. You are of no use to me. First of all. This describes the empty seat during the end of school concert.

Do you think this is a cruel thing to say? Select a group of students who would benefit from some support with responding to implied meaning.

Re-read the pages on which the quotations appear. Return to the people and take your rightful place among them. He raised his arms as if to claw down the sky upon him. You will notice that one of the boxes has been completed as an example. She must have expected Koro to be reluctant because he had already told Nani how disappointed he was that Kahu was a girl.

Carefully re-read the extracts below from The Whale Rider. This phrase shows that Nani expected Koro to be reluctant to hold the baby.

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You will notice that some of the phrases are underlined. Koro is cruel to Kahu. Koro is deeply disappointed because tradition says that the leadership of the tribe must be passed on to a male. Page 25 Extract 2 Under these conditions. Activity Your task is to produce a piece of analytical writing. You need to show how Koro dismissed Kahu for a long time. You must make very close reference to the text in order to support your point of view.

Only use the quotations that you think are the most useful. You will notice that for each quotation there are some notes which might help you to use the quotation in your essay.

Planning Structure your essay so that you: It is not until the end of the novel that Koro eventually realises how important Kahu is to the tribe.

The following quotations will be useful for your essay. In fact by the end of the novel we can see that Koro actually has a great deal of respect for Kahu.

This novel focuses on the plight of children living on the streets of Addis Ababa. Wr9 Personal view: This novel has been turned into a popular film.

Yr8 R2. Most of the story is told by Rawiri. The following study areas provide ideal opportunities for creating interesting and stimulating activities: Explore the use of two narrative perspectives. Yr8 Wr Produce a poster to illustrate what you discover. Yr9 R9 Analytical writing: Produce a piece of analytical writing which considers whether the women of the Whangara tribe are treated with the same respect as the men.

Analytical writing: Yr7 S Yr9 Wr13 Reading for pleasure Some students will enjoy the mythical elements of the Whangara tribe.

Yr8 R Kahu and Nani Flowers. Collaborative drama: Independent research: Yr7 R1. Yr9 Wr9 Collaborative drama: Act out any of the conversations between key characters: Koro and Nani Flowers. The focus should be on maintaining character. Yr7 R Would you have recommended the novel to have been turned into a film? Personal view: Yr7 Wr Kahu and Rawiri.

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Other students will enjoy learning about a completely different culture. Yr9 Wr16 Informative writing: Produce a piece of informative writing. Yr8 S9. It follows the story of Mamo. Research the social conditions of the Maori people over the last one hundred years.

Yr9 R2. Informative writing: Another novel that is set in a different culture but has a mythical element to it is Keeper by Mal Peet. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles.

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