Resources for teachers with students in year 9-13 to plan teaching and learning aligned to the New Zealand Curriculum.
NCEA level 1 and 2 assessment resources have been certified by NZQA and have the Quality Assured Assessment Material trademark.
Students who obtain Class 1 driver licences can earn credits towards NCEA.
Curriculum resources for young people to learn about keeping safe around trucks on New Zealand roads. This resource is designed for use in Years 1-10 (redirects to listing in primary curriculum resources).
Students interview stakeholders about knowledge of risks to safe road use, and then create a digital media presentation to increase audience awareness of responsible road use.
These units let students express the emotions, thought and action inherent in road safety scenarios they create.
Lesson plans by Karen Spencer enabling young people to think and act like citizens about a context that matters. Create persuasive texts, critical reading, produce creative writing and analyse aspects of visual or oral texts.
Curriculum resource for NCEA Level 3 supports students to analyse substance impaired driving as a New Zealand health issue.
These Health and Physical Education resources provide opportunities for students to get involved with riding bikes and promoting bike riding.
Use the official New Zealand road code to integrate learning for citizenship within broad contemporary social issues for safer journeys in New Zealand.
These Mathematics and Statistics curriculum resources allow students to use data sets to investigate road safety contexts. Supports the statistical enquiry cycle and trigonometry.
NCEA Level 2 resources for demonstrating understanding of representation in the media.
Physics concepts and their use through technology are explored when students delve into questions such as how do we use forces to make vehicle crashes survivable?
Students can use visual literacy for maximum effect when designing safe travel messages aimed at their own generation.
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