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"Land Management Systems"

Activity

Summary

Through art projects and field trips, participants will gain a better understanding of how the land and responsibilities of the land are shared in Hawai’i.

Instructional Strategies

1. Facilitate a discussion about how responsibilities are shared in a classroom, neighborhood, or community.
2. Divide participants into teams.
3. Have each team draw an ahupua'a (Hawaiian term for a large traditional socio-economic/geologic/climatic subdivision of land that was cooperatively managed).
4. Then, have participants discuss different interpretations of their ahupua`a land division.
5. Discuss how responsibilities are shared within that system of land division.
6. Bring the class together to talk about the various interpretations and ideas of shared responsibility.
7. Have participants evaluate how this structure compares to their classroom or neighborhood or community responsibilities.
8. Combine with a field trip to understand responsibilities to one another having to do with land and sharing, or scarcity of resources and climate change.

Participant Tasks

1. Discuss how responsibilities are shared in a classroom, neighborhood, or community.
2. With your, team draw an ahupua'a (Hawaiian term for a large traditional socio-economic/geologic/climatic subdivision of land that was cooperatively managed).
3. Then, discuss different interpretations of your ahupua`a land division.
4. Discuss how responsibilities are shared within that system of land division.
5. Bring the class together to talk about the various interpretations and ideas of shared responsibility.
6. How does this structure compares to their classroom or neighborhood or community responsibilities.

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