本文主要講蒂帕帕博物館，分析的第一個場景和背景是一群學生參觀蒂帕帕博物館。新西蘭博物館，Te Papa Tongarewa，位於新西蘭惠靈頓。它是最受歡迎的博物館之一。重點論述了土著居民與移民之間的文化觀念、論壇、生物文化夥伴關係的重要性。強調多樣性和協作。博物館本身是非個人的詮釋，所以有必要首先考慮博物館已經透露的信息的形式，以及提升體驗所需要的信息的形式。本篇代寫essay文章由美國論文通AssignmentPass輔導網整理，供大家參考閱讀。
The first setting and context being analysed is a group of school children visiting Te Papa museum. The Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa, is in Wellington, New Zealand. It is one of the most popular museums. The ideas of culture, forum, importance of bio cultural partnership between indigenous people and the immigrants are focused. There is emphasis on diversity and collaboration. Museums by itself are non-personal interpretation, so it is necessary to first factor in what form of information the museums are already divulging and the form of information that is needed to enhance the experience.
Personal interpretations and non-personal interpretations will vary based on the different setting and context. It is critical that the person working in tourist management is aware of these differences when they factor in whether to make use of personal or non-personal interpretive techniques. To the group of school children, interesting games that the native children used to play could be presented. The presentation is a form of personal interpretation techniques. The games could be highlighted as demonstrations. There would be discussion of the different games and tools that the native children used. The positive developments in the cultures owing to the collaborative efforts of all the people are shown in the museum.
The children would be essentially taught about the importance of diversity. To make the place interesting, the native children games would be played. This would increase the interactivity and keep the children excited. The use of small symbols or artifacts of the games played and more could serve as non-personal interpretation elements that the children could carry home. More than non-personal interpretation, this situation would require personal interpretation techniques as children will need someone to stay and assist them in their museum walks.