Early Childhood Education Essay

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Bicultural Seminar Plan | Greetings | Karakia (Prayer before a seminar begins) | National Anthem | Introduction (myself and audience) | Introduction of Topic – and how much time will the seminar take approximately. What is Bicultural Development and why bicultural must be an ongoing process? | Look at the Te Tiriti o Waitangi.Audience can share their ideas. | History of Biculturalism in New Zealand. | How Te Whariki was developed to support biculturalism in ECE. | Need of a whanaungatanga approach in bicultural development. | Lastly the implementation of bicultural in ECE. | Thank you.Karakia (for ending a meeting). | Bicultural Development Seminar Notes Tena Kotou!! Lets begin our evening with a little karakia/prayer: | Whiti ora ki te whei ao | Cross over to life in the changing world | ki te ao märama. | in the world of light and understanding. | Whiti ki runga, whiti ki raro. | Cross upwards, cross downwards. | E ngungu ki te pöhatu | Turn to the rock | e ngungu ki te räkau | turn to the tree | tïtaha ki tënei taha | leaning to this side | tïtaha ki tërä taha. | leaning to that side. | Tihei mauriora. | | National Anthem Now I would like us to all join together to sing the Aotearoa/New Zealand national anthem. E Ihowā Atua, O ngā iwi mātou rā Āta whakarangona Me aroha noa Kia hua ko te pai Kia tau tō atawhai Manaakitia mai Aotearoa | God of Nations at Thy feet, In the bonds of love we meet, Hear our voices, we entreat, God defend our free land. Guard Pacific's triple star From the shafts of strife and war, Make her praises heard afar, God defend New Zealand. | I would like to introduce myself to you all: My name is Babita and I am an Indo –Fijian. I am married with one daughter and I consider New Zealand as my home now. Now I would like you all to take a turn to

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