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WORLDVIEWS OUTLINE (DRAFT) Kaupapa 1 – Introducing Worldviews Intent 1. What they bring to kaupapa 2. How they frame and shape colonisation and emancipation positionings 3. How they shape purpose and obligations Group exercise (They will always be an exercise – dialogue carried on thru between times of noho – it will be guided by intent of stage of kaupapa and lecture) In groups, discuss these questions: a. ‘Is there a worldview that guides your daily practice?’ b. ‘Can you identify and talk about it?’ c. ‘How and why does it influence your practice?’ 1. Discuss and select 3 points to present to the main group. 2. How you present is up to you. 3. You will have 5 minutes to present Lecture (Be great to have an exercise for each point – deepen understanding) 1. What is colonisation? 2. What is emancipation? 3. Significance of Order, Systems, Codes, Structures 4. Place of purpose and obligations Further Exercise (They will always be a reading exercise – carried on thru between times of noho) Select and read an article from the Book of Readings in your groups, discuss its content, then develop kōrero to share with the wider group on Sunday


Kaupapa 2 – Introducing Worldviews Intent 1. A collective view – what this means / requires 2. How they inform positionings 3. How does that further shape purpose and obligations Group exercise (They will always be an exercise – dialogue carried on thru between times of noho – it will be guided by intent of stage of kaupapa and lecture) In groups, discuss the following 1. 1. Discuss and select 3 points to present to the main group. 2. How you present is up to you. 3. You will have 5 minutes to present Lecture 1. Constructing worldviews 2. Selecting in and selecting out 3. Examples of worldviews Further Exercise (They will always be a reading exercise – carried on thru between times of noho) Select and read an article from the Book of Readings in your groups, discuss its content, then develop kōrero to share with the wider group on Sunday


Worldviews Outline