In this Y3-4 social studies unit students will select a city in China to explore independently through a research workbook.
This Level 3 NCEA business studies unit is an introduction and case study for innovation using a New Zealand registered company operating in a global context.
In 2015, Blockhouse Bay Primary School in Auckland gave Year 5 students the opportunity to visit their sister school in Yuyoa, China. Use this information as a guide to planning your school's trip.
This Level 5 social studies unit explores China’s urban migration over recent years. It focuses on the challenges faced by migrants and the impact of migration on people and places. Possible governmen
Through the concept of a burger, students demonstrate an understanding of Asian fusion food. The unit is designed for group work but assessment is based on the individual student’s submission of asses
Our poster of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) highlights facts and areas of interest, as well as providing useful information for New Zealand teachers and their students.
Students work through the technology process to design and create an invention that helps make life easier. The lessons are designed to provide students with a deeper understanding and appreciation of
This Year 10 enterprise studies inquiry based unit explores the entrepreneurial links between New Zealand and China and what is culturally and logistically important to understand in order to increase
At the age of eight Nathalie Harrington moved with her mother to Liuyang city in the Hunan province of China.
This unit is designed to provide Year 1 and 2 students with a better understanding of South Korea and to develop an awareness of what makes Korea unique. Students are supported to conduct their own in
Year 4-6 Technology unit explores Bunraku Theatre and Japanese puppetry. Different types of puppetry and folk tales are investigated, as well as hands on activities such as puppet making. At the concl
With upcoming sports events to be held in Japan, it's a great time to promote the learning of Japanese in your school.
The Sasakawa Fellowship Fund for Japanese Language Education have produced this