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Celebrations

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Jessica Rickard

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Transcript of Celebrations

Celebrations
Group Members
Raych
Rhiannen
Georgina
Jess
Our Class
Year 5-6
Activity Two
Activity Three
Activity One
Activity Four
Key competency statements
Brainstorm
Elaborate on Celebrations
Introducing Passport
How our unit is going to
incorporate culture
Lesson Plan
One: Picture activity
Two: Brainstorm
Three: Elaborate Three Celebrations
Four: Introduction of Passport
What celebration am I?
Social Sciences
Mathematics
Measurement
Literacy
Understanding texts
The Arts
Contribution
Using Language, Symbols, & Texts
Thinking
Participating and Contributing
Group Work
Conversation
Time
Similarities/Differences
Inspiration for Unit
“One of the goals of education (and of social studies) is to recognise and understand this diversity- not in a judgemental or voyeuristic way, but as a participant who seeks both commonalities and contrasts that inform who we are, and what it means to be human. Such understanding comes from finding similarities between each other and conversely, in acknowledging our unique identities.”
Reference: Fraser, D. (2008). Developing Classroom Culture: Creating A Climate For Learning. In C. McGee & D. Fraser (Eds.), The professional Practice of Teaching. (pp. 1-15) Melborne, Australia: Cengage Learning
Links to the New Zealand
Curriculum
The main curriculum area:
Social Sciences.
Additional Support

Our School
Cornerstone Values system.
*Honesty and truthfulness,
*Kindness
*Consideration and concern for others,
*Compassion
*Obedience
*Responsibility
*Respect
*Duty
Dance
Drama
Art
Music
Incorporation of:
The Arts
Literacy
Mathematics
Cultural practices
Customs
Traditions
Values
The Past
Place
Shape
Space
Support of:
Students
Parents/Caregivers
Grandparents/Whanau
Connections
Opportunities
Confidence
Explore cultures
Belonging
Class peers
New information
Prior knowledge
Making connections
Expressing knowledge
Communication
Experiences
Ideas
ICT
Picture mix
Different purposes
and audiences
Communicating ideas
Activities

What do we celebrate?
Similarities
Differences
Reflection
What I celebrate...
How I celebrate...
Inspiration for Unit
Why choose Social Sciences?
Unique Identities
Commonalities
Diversity
What celebration am I?
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