Level 3 New Zealand History 1769-1919 - School Use

Level 3 New Zealand History 1769-1919 - School Use

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This version of the resource is for school use. Teachers can facilitate, and load students from their class. If you are not using this resource in class, you should purchase the home use version.

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What you'll learn

In this resource, you will find background and resource information to support your understanding of‚  Level 3 New Zealand history‚ achievement standards 91435, 91436, 91437, 91438 and 91439.

In it you'll find information regarding:

  • Maori and Pakeha as two distinct peoples before 1840
  • Te Tiriti o‚ Waitangi (The Treaty of Waitangi)
  • The changing relationship between Maori and Pakeha during the years 1840-1860
  • War and race relations in New Zealand from 1860
  • Government and politics in New Zealand
  • Economic development in New Zealand
  • Specific economic developments (flax, timber, oats, wool,‚ pastoralism, arable farming, gold mining and the dairy industry)
  • Transport and communications in New Zealand
  • Migration and the changing New Zealand population
  • New Zealand society
  • New Zealand as an emerging nation

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