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Term 4 Learning
Transcript of Term 4 Learning
add by splitting numbers into parts.
subtract by splitting numbers into parts instead of counting down.
solve some addition and subtraction problems by adjusting one number to the nearest 100.
choose an efficient way to solve addition and subtraction problems. MATHS MATHS READING WRITING INQUIRY Key Competency: THINKING Key Competency:
USING LANGUAGES, SYMBOLS & TEXTS Make connections between what we know and what we read. READING Addition, Subtraction and Place Value SUCCESS CRITERIA
think of something we already know about the text (e.g. structure, purpose)
Think of another text that is similar
Think of something about the topic (prior knowledge)
Make connections: Text to self; text to text; text to world.
Use graphic organisers like: (double entry journal for questions sheet, text to self sheet, text to text sheet, text to world sheet) to show the connections I have made from the text.
Use research websites: (matariki, haircutting ceremonies, holi) to find more information on the topic.
Create a PREZI presentation showing my questions, connections and research information. Recounts, Narratives and Persuasive Arguments. WRITING Write a recount about a celebration, festival, tradition or ritual we have experienced or been part of.
write about what we experienced in each paragraph.
Add detail and my feelings about the celebration / festival / tradition / ritual. Write about two random characters and a problem.
Write about WHERE the characters are.
Write about HOW they overcome the problem.
Write expressive, imaginative and interesting paragraphs.
Resolve the problem between the two characters.
Make sure our narrative is ENTERTAINING to the reader. WHAT ARE THE COMMON THREADS THAT BIND US? INQUIRY Answer RECALL, CONVERGENT and DIVERGENT questions about a celebration (e.g. Sinterklaas, Diwali, Day of the Dead) before learning about it.
Answer EVALUATIVE questions about a celebration (e.g. Sinterklaas, Diwali, Day of the Dead) after learning about it.
Use PREZI presentations to show our learning of the celebration (Sinterklaas, Diwali, Day of the Dead).
Use related RESEARCH WEBSITES to find the answers to our questions and help form our PREZI presentation.
Use books about the celebrations to find information.
Compare new celebrations to celebrations we know, making similarities and differences (e.g. Sinterklaas - Christmas, Day of the Dead - Halloween, Diwali - Guy Fawkes) Key Competency Reflecting on our own learning.
Seeking, using and creating knowledge.
Understanding and using thinking tools positively.
Challenge other people's thoughts and ideas.
Being a creative, critical and thoughtful contributor. Key Competency Can interpret words, numbers and images.
Can use movement, metaphor and technology to communicate an idea.
Recognise how symbols, language and text are used to understand other's ideas.
Uses signs, symbols and texts to build on prior knowledge.
Identifies, understands and explains international signs and symbols. MATHS find fractions of a set.
use addition and subtraction to work out fractions of a set.
use multiplication to work out fractions of a set.
convert a fraction into any equivalent fraction.
multiply whole numbers by fractions.
multiply fractions by whole numbers. Fractions Ask Rich Questions READING SUCCESS CRITERIA
ask questions to clarify vocabulary
ask questions about new and unusual ideas we do not fully understand
use a variety of questions (e.g. open / closed)
Recognise when we can't find answers in one text and have to look at other sources of information
Asking questions before / during / after reading.
Use graphic organisers like: (before, during and after reading sheet [BDA Q's Sheet]) to help me think of and record questions I have before, during and after reading.
Use research websites: (matariki, haircutting ceremonies, holi, henna) to find more information on the topic.
Create a PREZI presentation showing my rich questions, connections and research information. Brainstorm our ideas about the topic e.g. (A) Why should we have one laptop each in class? B) Should we learn to make movies in our learning time? C) Should we have iPads and iPods in class?)
Use graphic organisers to organise the main ideas into a structure / order (T-CHART / FLOW CHART)
Have supporting evidence - LOTS OF DETAIL / information - such as examples
Share our plan with others / our group.
A Catchy Title - that has a hook
State our Position - give our opinion and say what we think about the topic
Series of Arguments - give “good” reasons why we think this way about the topic - justify our opinion with supporting evidence.
Concluding Statement - sum up the main reasons (in a nutshell) and re-state our position - give our opinion again. PERSUASIVE NARRATIVE RECOUNT THINKING USING LANGUAGE, SYMBOLS AND TEXTS.