Presenting perspectives: WWI at home In this War: Impact on New Zealand Society and Identity programme students take a closer look at personal stories from the home front. The experiences of women, children, enemy aliens, conscientious objectors and Māori are explored through the eyes of individuals, enabling students to connect with people from the past and bring First World War narratives to life. Auckland War Memorial Museum - Tāmaki Paenga Hira. Students Year levels 11 - 13 Cost $8 per student for a two-hour session Availability Terms 1 -4, available Mon to Fri, except 1 Mar - 14 Apr and 1 - 26 May Venue Auckland Museum WWII Hall of Memories New Zealand Curriculum Levels 5 to 8 Related galleries and exhibitions Home Front exhibition, World War One Hall of Memories, Scars on the Heart gallery ENQUIRE NOWRESOURCES The war at home Students will take part in a two-hour experience where they will closely examine primary and secondary source material from Auckland Museum's collection and from centenary related galleries. Using this material as evidence the students will create a short presentation to share with their fellow students during the session. We encourage students to record the presentations on their own devices for post visit use, such as reflection on the individual narratives shared by the students. 'The war at home' provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate and develop their research skills in preparation for NZQA assessments and tertiary education. This session will cover: Primary and secondary source material in relation to historical research The experiences of women, children, enemy aliens, conscientious objectors and Māori on the home front. This programme is assisted by LEOTC and funded by the Ministry of Education.