Primary 1-4, Primary 5-8, Secondary
To help students reflect on the way they experience the three strands of E Tū Tāngata in their day to day lives. This will help students to integrate the E Tū Tāngata mindsets into their lives more personally over time.
We walk away knowing
We can live out the ideas of E Tū Tāngata in our day to day lives.
How are you doing this week?
You can use these questions to journal, or to start a discussion on how the three strands of E Tū Tāngata have been demonstrated in your own lives this week. Use these questions, or design questions of your own, to help students engage in ongoing reflection about the three E Tū Tāngata strands.
Optional data projector to project the questions. Optional journals for students to write in.
These questions are designed to be used on a regular basis to assist students to reflect on the three strands of E Tū Tāngata in an ongoing and personal way.
Students could use these as journalling prompts, or as discussion starters.
You can also use the blank sheets to create your own more specific questions.
Continue to use these questions regularly for students to reflect on, or create your own questions on the three strands.