Resources for Anzac DayApril 20th, 2020 By Dylan Owen
Here's a list of Services to Schools resources designed to support teachers and students doing inquiry and learning about the Anzac tradition, Gallipoli, and World War 1 (WW1).
There are some Anzac-related topics in our Topic Explorer tool:
These topics contain a curated mix of:
- contemporary information about the New Zealand Anzac experience
- primary sources during and post-First World War, including cartoons, paintings, maps, photographs, and more.
Many Answers also includes Anzac-related resources designed to guide students to find quality resources on specific topics including:
- Anzac — junior secondary
- World War One — junior secondary
- World War One (junior). — junior primary
- World War One (animals). — senior primary
- World War One (battles and campaigns) — junior secondary
- World War One (daily life) — junior secondary
- World War One (experiences of war) — junior secondary
- World War One (New Zealand involvement) — junior secondary
- World War One (primary sources) — junior secondary.
World War 1 inquiry guides and resources
Our World War 1 (WW1) resources page has an extensive collection of online First World War resources you can use in the classroom. Many include the experiences and perspectives of New Zealanders.
Our 2018 Remembering: Resources for Anzac Day blog post also lists 'School Journal' stories and other quality New Zealand websites.
Ministry of Education’s inquiry guides and resources
Teachers can use these extensive inquiry–focused guides (English medium) and resource packs (Māori medium) to help students explore how the First World War is relevant today and to relate their inquiries to their own lives and communities.
The guides and resources also support students (years 1–13) to meet achievement objectives across the New Zealand curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.
For years 1–8, topics include:
- Anzac Day
- the Donkey man
- animals at war
- town memorials
- the Anzac poppy.
The secondary inquiry guides also have a broad range of subjects including:
- Pacific soldiers
- the Māori response to the First World War.
This blog post
This post was originally published in April 2019 and has been republished in April 2020 with some new Many Answers resources.