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Te Ao O Te Maori: The World of the Maori: Tauwi Teacher CD

By | Copyright Year:2010 | ISBN-13: 9780170185431

Published:07/10/2009
Te Ao O Te Maori and The Tauiwi are essential textbooks for the Social Studies classrooms

The Teacher Resource CD supports these titles by containing:
• Comprehensive answers for questions
• Blackline masters for appropriate resources
• Additional teaching activities ie. Photo studies, illustrations, research questions, PowerPoint etc.
• Extra activities for extension or homework ie. Crosswords, wordfinds, quizzes etc.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ruth Naumann is an experienced Social Studies teacher and the author of numerous social studies publications.

$76.31

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