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Assessment guide 15307

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Assessment guide 15307

    2 The tauira may discuss the assessment process and the Assessment Activity Instruction Sheet

    requirements of the process with the pouako at a pre-Unit Standard 18564 assessment meeting. Unit Title Research Hauora methods of conflict resolution

     Level 6 3 The tauira can use any source of information. This may include Credit 8 literature notes from interviews, audio tapes, or video tapes that

    demonstrate relevant knowledge for the assessment. Conditions

    4 Please include a bibliography or a list of references to show your This activity needs to be completed within a strict time frame. This sources of information.

    should be in line with the credit value of the unit standard. The

    5 If part of this activity is to be completed orally, paper, pens, assessment should be valid and show learner competence at the time

    whiteboard or any other visual aids agreed with by the tauira of completion. If the tauira requires more time, this must be discussed

    may be required. Audio tapes, videos or other media as with the assessor.

    approved by the assessor, may also be used.

    Entry Carry out research and discussion to extend your knowledge to work

    through this assessment. Where possible, approach Kaumātua and Entry into this activity is open. The tauira should be aware of all the whānau to help with your learning. requirements prior to assessment.

    Special Notes from Unit Standard 18564 Activity

    1. Hauora in the context of this unit standard means the This unit standard is worth 8 credits. This means that in a formal study appropriate or correct practises that are associated with the situation or self directed study, 80 hours of work would be required. holistic wellbeing of an individual as a member of a whānau,

    hapū and iwi. The tauira is required to complete this activity without assistance from

    others, except where discussion and consultation are called for. 2. Definitions of Māori words will be those relevant and in

    common usage in a hauora context. However, the local iwi The final assessment for this unit standard is generally an essay (see

    and/or hapū must verify the local dialect. tasks). If the tauira would like to present their evidence in another

    mode then this should be discussed with the pouako at a pre-This means that any local iwi and/or hapū definitions used by assessment meeting. the tauira must be verified by their source. Resources 3. Pouako is the preferred term used in this document to refer to

    the teacher. Pouako is synonymous with kaiwhakaako, kaiako, 1 Copy of the tauira guide sheet for this activity and unit standard māhita, kaitohu and other equivalent terms. 18564. Instructions in the tauira guide.

4. Tauira is the preferred term used in this document to refer to

the candidate or student. Tauira is synonymous with akonga,

akoako, taura, pia and other equivalent terms.

     Tauira Guide Sheet

     Unit Standard 18564

    Unit Title Research Hauora methods of conflict resolution Instructions

     Level 6

     Credit 8 This assessment requires some research to be carried out and

    reported on. It is advisable to read all of the requirements for the tasks

    before you start. This assessment activity requires you to:

    Note that tasks in the assessment guide do not need to be completed ; examine traditional hauora methods of conflict resolution;

    in numerical order. The tasks listed for this unit standard may flow into

    each other and can therefore be clustered when responding. ; examine contemporary hauora methods of conflict resolution;

    This is a knowledge-based activity. It is based not only on experience ; compare traditional with contemporary methods of Māori

    and observation but on guidance and learning you may have received conflict resolution in hauora

    from training through a learning situation in a formal context; or in the ; analyse three examples of contemporary conflict resolution in work place through training from senior members of staff, or from

     hauora situations. members of whānau, hapū or iwi.

    People credited with this unit standard are able to: You can have parts or all of the assessment conducted in te reo Māori

    if you wish (please be sure to inform your pouako of this at the pre-; examine and compare traditional and contemporary hauora assessment meeting). methods of conflict resolution

    Group work

    ; analyse three examples of contemporary conflict resolution in

    All of this activity is written from the point of view of "you" as an hauora situations.

    individual, because it is you who is being assessed for the award of Please complete all of this activity, gathering evidence to respond to this unit standard.

    the questions on the following pages. You are required to submit

    Special Notes from Unit Standard 18564 written essay answers (see tasks) as evidence for your assessment,

    unless you have agreed with your pouako to carry out this assessment 1. Hauora in the context of this unit standard means the orally or in other ways that are more appropriate to your situation. appropriate or right ways or practises that are associated with

    the holistic wellbeing of an individual as a member of a whānau, The Elements identify the outcomes that will be assessed. The

    hapū and iwi. Performance Criteria (PC) indicate the critical evidence that will be

    considered when making a judgement as to whether you have

    achieved the outcomes of the element and therefore the standard.

2. Definitions of Māori words will be those relevant and in

    common usage in a hauora context. However, the local iwi

    and/or hapū must verify the local dialect.

    This means that any local iwi and/or hapū definitions used by the tauira must be verified by its source.

     3. Pouako is the preferred term used in this document to refer to

    the teacher. Pouako is synonymous with kaiwhakaako, kaiako, māhita, kaitohu and other equivalent terms.

     4. Tauira is the preferred term used in this document to refer to

    the candidate or student. Tauira is synonymous with akonga, akoako, taura, pia and other equivalent terms.

     On the following pages, the elements and performance criteria are to

    the left, and the assessment tasks are to the right.

     Assessment Activity

    In order to complete the unit standard and prepare for assessment, Tasks you are required to complete the following tasks (these are related to

    each of the Elements and the Performance Criteria (PC) of the unit 1. You will write an essay of not less than 1000 words to examine the standard to the left of the page). traditional hauora methods of conflict resolution. You should be

     able to choose four traditional methods and provide a synopsis of

     each. The range statement outlines some examples of traditional Element 1 methods.

    Examine traditional hauora methods of conflict resolution. Range: traditional methods may include but are not limited to hui,

     mārena tomo, tikanga, tauā, kawa, muru, whānau, hapū, kanohi ki PC 1.1

     te kanohi, kōrero, hōhou rongo.

    Examination results in a synopsis of four traditional hauora methods of

     conflict resolution.

    Range: traditional methods may include but are not limited to - hui, marena tomo, tikanga, tauā, kawa, muru, whānau, hapū, kanohi ki te

    kanohi, korero, hōhou rongo.

Element 2

    Tasks

    Examine contemporary hauora methods of conflict resolution.

    2. You will write an essay of not less than 1,000 words to examine PC 2.1 contemporary hauora methods of conflict resolution. You should be

     able to choose four contemporary methods and provide a synopsis Examination results in a synopsis of four contemporary hauora of each. The range statement outlines some examples. methods of conflict resolution.

     Range: contemporary methods may include but are not limited to Range: contemporary methods may include but are not limited to - hui, hui, tikanga, kawa, whānau, hapū, kanohi ki te kanohi, kōrero, tikanga, kawa, whānau, hapū, kanohi ki te kanohi, kōrero, hōhou rongo. hōhou rongo.

    Element 3

Compare traditional with contemporary methods of Māori conflict

    resolution in hauora. Tasks

    PC 3.1 3. In not less than 750 words please compare traditional with

     contemporary methods on Māori conflict resolution in hauora. Your Comparisons result in the rationale for applying different methods of comparisons should result in the rationale for applying different conflict resolution. methods of conflict resolution.

     .

    Element 4

Analyse three examples of contemporary conflict resolution in hauora

    situations. Tasks

    Range: examples may include but are not limited to - marae 4. In not less than 750 words please choose three examples of management, whānau hui, iwi management, marena tomo, te ao contemporary conflict resolution in hauora situations and analyse wairua, whenua, taonga, whakapapa. them to cover

    PC 4.1 ; the issues, processes and desired outcomes of each example Analysis studies the issues, processes and desired outcomes of each ; the roles and responsibilities of individuals in resolving the example. conflict

    PC 4.2 ; external factors that influence the outcome in each example. Analysis considers the roles and responsibilities of individuals in

    resolving the conflict.

    PC 4.3

    Analysis highlights external factors that influence the outcome in each

    example.

Assessment Schedule Guide

    Unit Standard 18564

    Unit Title: Research Hauora methods of conflict resolution

     Level 6

     Credit 8

    Please note: The following table is not a complete assessment schedule. It is a guide that provides an outline of some requirements for evidence and judgement for the tasks that have been developed. Providers are encouraged to design their own model answers as evidence statements and to give the appropriate judgement statements to assist the assessor to decide learner competence. Practical components will also require assessor verification.

    Element and PC Task Evidence Judgement Assessor's Comments

     Element 1 1

    An essay of not less Task length is not less than 1,000 Examine traditional hauora methods than 1,000 words words in length. of conflict resolution. examining four At least four traditional hauora traditional hauora PC 1.1 methods of conflict resolution are methods of conflict accurately presented and a synopsis Examination results in a synopsis of resolution is presented. of each method is included. four traditional hauora methods of conflict resolution. Range: traditional methods may

    include but are not limited to - hui, mārena tomo, tikanga, tauā, kawa,

    muru, whānau, hapū, kanohi ki te

    kanohi, korero, hōhou rongo.

     Element 2 2

    An essay of not less Task length is not less than 1,000 Examine contemporary hauora than 1,000 words words in length. methods of conflict resolution. examining four At least four contemporary methods of contemporary hauora PC 2.1 conflict resolution are accurately methods of conflict presented, and a synopsis of each Examination results in a synopsis of resolution is

    four contemporary hauora methods of

Assessment Schedule Guide

    Unit Standard 18564

    Unit Title: Research Hauora methods of conflict resolution

     Level 6

     Credit 8

    Please note: The following table is not a complete assessment schedule. It is a guide that provides an outline of some requirements for evidence and judgement for the tasks that have been developed. Providers are encouraged to design their own model answers as evidence statements and to give the appropriate judgement statements to assist the assessor to decide learner competence. Practical components will also require assessor verification.

    Element and PC Task Evidence Judgement Assessor's Comments conflict resolution. presented. method is included.

    Range: contemporary methods may include but are not limited to - hui,

    tikanga, kawa, whānau, hapū, kanohi

    ki te kanohi, kōrero, hōhou rongo.

     Element 3 3

    In not less than 750 Task length is not less than 750 Compare traditional with words traditional and words. contemporary methods of Māori contemporary conflict resolution in hauora. Traditional and contemporary methods of Māori methods of conflict resolution in conflict resolution in PC 3.1 hauora are compared objectively and hauora are compared. appropriate rationales are drawn for Comparisons result in the rationale The rationale for their application. for applying different methods of applying different conflict resolution. methods of conflict

    resolution is

    presented.

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