The Cook Landing Site National Historic Reserve is located on Kaiti Beach Road in Gisborne.
It commemorates the first European landfall and meeting with Māori in New Zealand (1769). Since, the landing site has changed dramatically, although it continues to be recognised as a place of national significance.
Cook’s Cove Walkway is situated at the southern end of Tolaga Bay, 52 km north of Gisborne.
The teaching resource provides background information on the history and conservation management of Cook’s Landing Site National Reserve and Cook’s Cove Walkway.
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About the resource
This Teacher Resource Kit is designed to give you a hand to plan exciting and educational conservation learning experiences outside the classroom.
In this kit you fill find background information on the history and conservation management of Cook’s Landing Site National Reserve and Cook’s Cove Walkway. You will get information on curriculum links, suggested activities for teachers and pre- and post-visit activities for students to stimulate thinking on a range of topics. Safety and other planning considerations are included in these exercises.
- Introduction, including using this resource, cross-curricular or specialised, and pre and post visit activities
- Organisation and facilities
- Cook Landing Site National Reserve and Cook’s Cove Walkway
- Background information for teachers
- Statements about curriculum links and the kits
- Suggested activities for teachers
- Other references and resources
- Social sciences
- Students will understand how people pass on and sustain culture and heritage
- Students will research the history and significance to both maori and pakeha of the Cook Monument
- Students will discuss and record the processes involved in forming the East Coast landscape
Links to curriculum
- Science: Living world: Ecology
- Nature of science: Investigating in science
- Planet earth and beyond: earth systems
- Health & PE: Personal health and physical development
- Social sciences: Place and environment
- Historic places
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