Curriculum

Value of Hawaiʻi 3: Hulihia is honored to present curricula based on the essays found in this volume.

Page #TitleAuthorCurriculumGrade
1–3A Prayer, Lifting (Video)Kuʻulani MuiseArt for Hulihia6–8
The Importance of Mele and Oli9–12
4–8Kūʻokoʻa: IndependenceNoelani Goodyear-KaʻōpuaArt for Hulihia6–8
Growing and Sustaining Our Community8
17–18GroundedKathy Jetñil-KijinerRefugees of Climate Change and War6
Art for Hulihia6–8
19–22Catastrophic Failure of the PlanetChip FletcherRefugees of Climate Change and War6
23–26This Is Just the Beginning: Climate Change, Positive Peace, and the “New Normal”Maxine Burkett and Naima MooreRefugees of Climate Change and War6
34–37Local Foods Through CrisisHunter HeaivilinSelf-Sustaining Hawaiʻi5
Hulihia ʻĀina8–12
46–49Food Insecurity—An Institutional ResponseClaudia Wilcox-BoucherHulihia ʻĀina8–12
77–142Part II: Resources and Values—Turning to Our StrengthsResources and Values9–12
77–78We Da WaiwaiLoke AlouaArt for Hulihia6–8
103–106E Pū Paʻakai KākouCharlie ReppunGrowing and Sustaining Our Community8
Hulihia ʻĀina8–12
107–110The State of Our StarchNoa Kekuewa LincolnGrowing and Sustaining Our Community8
Hulihia ʻĀina8–12
ʻĀina and MeALL
111–114Food of Our Future Grows from Seeds of Our PastStaff at Kuaʻāina Ulu ʻAuamoGrowing and Sustaining Our Community8
Hulihia ʻĀina8–12
127–130The Value of MeleKainani KahaunaeleArt for Hulihia6–8
MoʻokūʻauhauALL
131–134He Makeʻe ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi, He Makeʻe Lāhui: To Lose Our Language Is to Forget Who We ArePaige Miki Kalāokananikiʻekiʻe OkamuraSense of Self9–12
ʻĀina and MeALL
MoʻokūʻauhauALL
143–144Kumpang Economy (Video)Simon Seisho TajiriArt for Hulihia6–8
149–152Hoʻokuʻikahi Aloha MolokaʻiMalia Akutagawa, Harmonee Williams, and Christopher O’BrienHulihia ʻĀina8–12
153–157Lessons from Jojo: Organizing Side-by-Side with Power, Heart, and GraceDina ShekSense of BelongingADULT
186–193Hawaiʻi Breathes MultilingualismPatricia Espiritu Halagao and Cheryl Kaʻuhane LupenuiInfluence of Place5
Sense of Self9–12
202–204Wednesdays with GrandmaShelley MuneokaSense of BelongingADULT
271–274Ancient Is Modern—Transforming Public Education for HawaiiansKū KahakalauWhat is ALOHAALL

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