He kohinga ariā whakaako, ariā ako hoki kua hoahoa hei akiaki i ngā ākonga ki te tūhura i ngā ariā o te hinengaro pāpori, o te mahi pāpori, o te panoni pāpori hoki. Ka tutuki ēnei ariā i te tūhura i te Tawhio Pihirei o 1981 i Aotearoa me ngā āhua i karapoti ai i tēnei wā mātuatua i te hītori o Aotearoa. Mā ngā ākonga me ngā kaiako kei ngā taumata reo 1 me 2 o ngā wharekura me ērā atu whakaakoranga reo Māori me ō rātou pouako. E hāngai ana tēnei rauemi ki ngā taumata 6–8 o te Te Marautanga o Aotearoa me ngā taumata 1–3 o te NCEA.
In the winter of 1981, New Zealand was in a period of civil unrest. The tour of New Zealand by the South African national rugby team, the Springboks, resulted in civil disturbance that had a profound effect on the internal politics of a country half a world away and caused political and social ripples across the globe. This resource pack is designed to encourage students and teachers to explore the concepts of social consciousness, social action and social change. It is intended for students in years 11–13 in level 1 and 2 Māori medium immersion settings, and their teachers. It aligns with Taumata 6–8 of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa and with NCEA levels 1–3.
Mātaki Mai Ana te Ao: Te Tawhio Pihirei o 1981