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Everyone was there e hoa by Tayi Tibble

Everyone Was There e Hoa - Tayi Tibble - Short Text Study


Study the epic short text Everyone Was There e Ehoa by Tayi Tibble with this complete teacher resource and student workbook - both of which are fully editable.  Designed with Years 12 and 13 in mind.

(BTW:  You might like to look at Karlo Mila's poem - her dream to protect Ihumātao.)


This resource includes:

⭐ Student workbook in original (editable), PDF and flatpacked formats.

⭐ Teacher resource - this is the student workbook with ANSWERS to some of the activities students must complete.  (Note, it does not include answers for activities requiring more open-ended thinking.)

⭐ Links within the resource to online versions of the text.

⭐ Plenty of notes and activities covering all the elements of literature and requiring plenty of critical thinking.


You'll enjoy:

❤️ An editable format so that you can tweak anything you like.

❤️ A resource that can be printed or shared digitally with students.  (If doing the latter, I'd recommend using the flatpacked version.)

❤️ Tables and graphics that help students unpack and understand the text.

❤️ Clickable table of contents, home button on every page (back to the table of contents) and links to learn more from outside sources).



🖥️ Microsoft PowerPoint, resized to an A4 page.   This means your resource: 

  • Is completely editable.
  • Will easily upload to your Google Drive if you prefer the Googley suite.
  • Is printable 📃

🖥️ A flat-packed version - this means your students can edit digitally ONLY the parts they should.  The rest is locked down to prevent them damaging it.

🖥️ A PDF version


You might also be interested in:

A teaching resource for Legacy, by Whiti Hereaka (for lower levels eg: years 10-11).

A teaching resource for Flight of the Fantail by Steph Matuku (also for a lower level eg: years 10-11).

Sift and Lift - a guide/workbook for senior reading skills.



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