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PO Box 13 678,
This LEARNZ Memorial Park 4 virtual field trip begins with Prepare Students which gets your class ready for the field trip. Teachers, look for your section on the left-side menu of this site called Teacher Support.
Content for this fourth field trip is for 24-26 March 2015.
For more about the Field Trip Plan - go to Field Trip Home.
|Monday 23 March||Travel Day. Read the diary where Shelley and the ambassadors travel from Dunedin to Wellington to begin the fourth and final Memorial Park field trip.|
|Tuesday 24 March||Take a guided tour to explore Pukeahu National War Memorial Park and watch the videos. Read the diary to discover more about how the Park has been designed to commemorate those that have served at war. Read the ambassador updates. Get the questions and listen to the recorded audioconferences.|
|Wednesday 25 March||Read the diary about the dawn ceremony to bless the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park. Watch the videos to see the Tangata Whenua Garden unveiled and the work of local school students. Read the ambassador updates. Get the questions and listen to the recorded audioconferences.|
|Thursday 26 March||
Read the diary to discover how Pukeahu National War Memorial Park will be used to commemorate the Centenary of the First World War. Watch the videos to see the newly restored Hall of Memories and how a community influenced the development of the Park. Read the ambassador updates. Get the questions and listen to the recorded audioconferences.
The field trip experience for Memorial Park 4 is made up of a number of components which take place from Tuesday 24 March to Thursday 26 March 2015. All the links for Field Trip 3 components in the table below go to pages that are updated daily during the field trip. They remain on this website and can be used after the date of the live field trip.
Field Trip 4
|Classes can send an ambassador (small toy) on the field trip with the LEARNZ Field Trip teacher. Daily ambassador updates can be read by all classes.|
|For enrolled classes, students can log in and post their own questions on a Web Board to be answered by the field trip experts. For this special series of field trips from late 2013 until early 2015 Ask-an-Expert will be kept open, apart from school holidays. Once it has finally closed, the Ask-an-Expert link will go to a new page which has a selection of questions and answers from the field trip Web Board.|
|Students speak to put questions live to experts who are on location during the field trip. Audioconferences can also be listened to live via the Internet audiostream or from a recording.|
|The LEARNZ Field Trip Teacher writes a detailed diary for students to read, accompanied by 10 captioned images for each day of the field trip - including the travel day on Monday.|
|Students meet each expert involved in this field trip via a profile page and short video. Potential career and training paths can also be explored on these pages.|
|All website and field trip photos are available in one easy-to-use location, where students can browse, enlarge, read captions and select to further their interest and learning.|
|Short, curriculum-rich videos with questions and answers are made on each day of the field trip and uploaded in the evening for viewing the following day.|