These curriculum resources support New Zealand primary students learning to stay safe near railways, especially the electrified rail networks in Auckland and Wellington.
Pam Hook is the writer of this resource.
Key questions and concepts include:
- What is worth knowing and doing as a citizen around places on the electrified rail network?
- When you are a citizen you belong, you matter and you make a difference.
- Citizens work together to create safe journeys for everyone around the electrified rail network.
All resources are aligned to the New Zealand Curriculum using SOLO Taxonomy. Teachers can select and modify learning intentions and activities to suit the needs of their students.
Presentation for classroom use
View a slide share designed to help primary students understand the potential dangers around railroad tracks.
Tracks are for Trains (SlideShare)
How can I write an opinion (or argument) to make a difference to the safety of citizens using the rail network?
What measurements, shapes, positions or orientations will help keep citizens safe on the electrified rail network?
What action would best keep citizens safe around the electrical energy used to move trains on the electrified rail network?