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Hawaiians Fought Wars: Essential Questions
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From this section you might think that..
the makaʻāinana didnʻt like to fight as much as the chiefs.
You can tell that..........
most big wars were fought between people of different islands.
You can tell that Hawaiian wars were different form some wars today because...
the people fought against their own people.
True or False: Sometimes a battle was decided by a fight between only two warriors
True or T
True or False: Every Hawaiian man learned to use every kind of weapon.
False or F
Why did Hawaiians make offerings to Kū before and after a battle? They believed..
if the gods were behind them, they would win the war.
Why did the chiefs go to see a kahuna kilo hōkū? They wanted to know......
whether the signs were for their winning.
Why did the priest carry an image and make lots of noise in a battle? He wanted to show that....
the gods were with the warriors.
Problem: Most Hawaiian wars were fought with the warriors close to each other, so.....
most weapons were for this kind of fighting.
Problem: A warrior lost his weapon after using it, so.......
he picked up someone elseʻs weapon.
Which of these phrases tells about the pololū?
made of wood
Which of these phrases tells about one of the uses of the pololū?
Which of these is the most important sentence in this section?
"Hawaiians used the ihe mostly for throwing."
Cause or Result: A pāhoa often had a knife on one end and a club on the other.
Result or R
Cause or Result: A warrior needed more than one weapon.
Cause or C
Cause or Result: A warrior didnʻt want to lose his weapon.
Cause or C
Cause or Result: He tied a cord to the weapon and put it around his arm.
Result or R
Hawaiian warriors did not often use clubs.
Clubs were made from stones as well as wood.
A club was the best weapon for killing.
Did not say
Which TWO of these statements were true about shark-tooth weapons?
There are more than one kind.
They were sharp.
From this section you can tell that.......
a warrior had to be skillful to use this weapon.
From this section you can tell that....
Hawaiian battles were sometimes fought at sea.
Tripping Cord - The main idea of this section is.....
Hawaiians threw this weapon to make an enemy trip.
A _____________________ usually used this cord.
It was put around the _______________ of a person and then __________________.
Which one of these weapons was not used when canoes were far apart?
When there was a war, did a woman have a choice of where she might go or what she might do? Explain.
They often followed the men, carrying food, water, kukui torches, extra weapons, and kapa bandages. They would watch the men fight and sometimes get killed.
List the places she might go.
Some women hid in special caves where there was shelter and food. Sometimes they went to a puʻuhonua. Some went up to a mountain to a fort made out of stones.
Which of these might happen to a loser at the end of a war?
He might escape to a puʻuhonua.
Which of these might happen to a winning chief?
He might get a new cape or helmet.
Wars were hardest on the _________________________________________________.
The enemy destroyed _____________________________ and burned ___________________.
crops, down hales
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