How the programme works
The programme has three key components.
RWC 2011 Activity Book
Developed by the NZ 2011 office, in association with the Ministry of Education, the RWC 2011 Activity Book will provide all year 1-8 students with a book of learning activities. It has three curriculum levels to choose from, each strongly aligned to the social sciences curriculum, and Effective Pedagogy in Social Sciences: Tikanga ā Iwi: BES.
RWC activity book years 1-3 (PDF, 7 MB)
RWC activity book years 4-6 (PDF, 4 MB)
RWC activity book years 7-8 (PDF, 4 MB)
RWC teacher's notes years 1-3 (PDF, 7 MB)
RWC teacher's notes years 4-6 (PDF, 8 MB)
RWC teacher's notes years 7-8 (PDF, 6 MB)
As part of the Ruggerland education programme, the New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU) has developed activity sheets for teachers and students. These activity sheets are aligned to the New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa and enable students to explore numeracy, language, and the social sciences using RWC 2011 as a context for teaching and learning.
Download the activity sheets from www.ruggerland.co.nz.
To highlight the international significance of RWC 2011, students are being encouraged to 'adopt a second team'. Tournament organisers Rugby New Zealand 2011 (RNZ 2011) have created a range of activity sheets for teachers to download about the 20 countries competing in RWC 2011.
Teaching and learning resources for Māori-medium schools have been developed and are available on the Ruggerland website.
Asia NZ provides these RWC units. They encourage students to learn about Japanese culture by following the fortunes of Japan, the only Asian team to qualify for the rugby world cup in New Zealand. Use this unique resource with level 3 and 4 students to enrich their learning about Japan through a teacher directed or a guided inquiry. A resource bank of useful ideas accompanies each unit together with templates for the specific activities included.
APN Newspapers in Education – Rugby mad blog
Teachers, classes, or individual students are welcome to make a post and share their learning.
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Published on: 26 Apr 2011
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