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Thursday, 31 August 2017

Kei te pehea koe, Anamaria? By Roneeza

Tena koe, e hoa. Tena koe, e hoe. Kei te pehea koe, e hine? Kei te pai ahau. Kei te pehea koe, e hine? E ngenge ana ahau.
Keys: Red-questions
Blue-greetings
Purple-answers

Learning Intention: We are learning to greet others in Te Reo Maori.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I ask and answer questions about how we are feeling.

Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Uncle Jeff is rich!


Learning Intention: We are learning to develop thinking organisation, and learning skills through Bloom's Taxonomy.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I use the information from the story 'The luck of wicked uncle' to answer knowledge and comprehension questions correctly.

Tuesday, 29 August 2017

A fair test starts with a question! By Heneliena

Learning Intention: We are leaning to develop our understanding of fair testing.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I record 5 key information that explains what fair testing is. 

Monday, 28 August 2017

The daffodils have a purpose! By Oliver

Learning Intention: We are learning about Daffodil Day.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I record five key information that explains Daffodil Day using screencastify.

Saturday, 26 August 2017

There are different types of glass! By Angelina M

Learning Intention: We are learning to recognise simple properties of materials, such as strength, flexibility and transparent.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I share six key information about glass using screencastify.

Friday, 25 August 2017

There are two names for International Cat day! By Fulila

 

Learning Intention: We are learning to develop our critical thinking skills through asking key questions about a topic of interest.
Success Criteria: I Know I can do this when I use screencastify to display six key information about International Cat Day.

Thursday, 24 August 2017

Uncle Jeff's house is like a castle! By Rosie


Learning Intention: We are learning to develop thinking organisation, and learning skills through Bloom's Taxonomy.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I use the information from the story 'The wicked uncle by the sea' to answer knowledge and comprehension questions correctly.

Wednesday, 23 August 2017

1 3/4 is a mixed fraction! By Anamaria

Learning Intention: We are learning to develop our understanding of fractions.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I explain and give 6 examples of mixed fractions.

Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Gus the Duck! By Apolosi

Learning Intention: I am learning to read.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I record a 8 sentence story called Gus the Duck.

Monday, 21 August 2017

International Cat Day started in 2002! By Te Raiana

Learning Intention: We are learning to develop our critical thinking skills through asking key questions about a topic of interest.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I use screencastify to record six key information about International Cat Day.

Sunday, 20 August 2017

Greeting people in Te Reo is fun! By Heneliena


Learning Intention: We are learning to greet others in Te Reo Maori.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I ask and answer questions about how we are feeling.

Saturday, 19 August 2017

You wouldn't use wood in a window pane! By Oliver

Learning Intention: we are learning to recognise simple properties of materials, such as strength, flexibility and transparency.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I record the materials song using screencastify.

                             lyrics
When you want to hammer a nail into wood, a hammer head of metal is good.
You need something that is hard enough to hammer other metal stuff.
Choose your materials carefully.
Think about all of their properties.
You wouldn’t wear paper clothes in the rain, or use wood in a window pane.
Leather belts bend easily, cause they have flexibility.
And rubber is quite fantastic, when you need stuff that is elastic.
Choose your materials carefully.
Think about all of their properties.
You wouldn’t wear paper clothes in the rain, or use wood in a window pane.
Paper, plastic, metal and wood, glass, ceramics, cotton, wool.
Fabric comes from fibre that is spun and woven into cloth by everyone.
Natural wool and cotton, synthetic, polyester and nylon.
Choose your materials carefully.
Think about all of their properties.
You wouldn’t wear paper clothes in the rain, or use wood in a window pane.
Paper, plastic, metal and wood, glass, ceramics, cotton, wool.
Choose your materials carefully.
Think about all of their properties.
You wouldn’t wear paper clothes in the rain, or use wood in a window pane.

Friday, 18 August 2017

Do you know what insulator materials are used for? By Leolupe

Learning Intention: We are learning to understand the properties of materials.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I explain what conductor materials are used for.

Thursday, 17 August 2017

There are 24 hours in a day! By Angelina T


Learning Intention: We are learning to read the clock.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I explain how to read the time from an analog clock and give two examples.

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

I'm not going to use metal for the window because it is not transparent! By Kevin S

Learning Intention: We are learning to recognise properties of materials, such as their colour, strength, flexibility and how opaque they are.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I explain the properties of certain materials.

Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Metals come from rock called Ores! By Uinisieti

Learning Intention: We are learning to recognise simple properties of materials, such as strength, flexibility and transparency.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I explain the properties of materials in my own words.

Monday, 14 August 2017

Now I can greet others in Te Reo Maori! By Xavier

Learning Intention: We are learning to greet others in Te Reo.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I ask and answer other about how we are feeling in Te Reo Maori.

Sunday, 13 August 2017

Uncle Jeff didn't look after the children properly! By Rosie

Learning Intention: We are learning to develop thinking organisation, and learning skills through Bloom's Taxonomy.

Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I use the information from the story ' The wicked uncle'  to answer knowledge and comprehension questions correctly.

Saturday, 12 August 2017

You wouldn't put opaque glass in a window pane! By Alizzandro

Learning Intention: We are learning to recognise simple properties of materials, such as strength, flexibility and transparency.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I choreograph the materials song and record it using Wevideo.

Lyrics 
When you want to hammer a nail into wood, a hammer head of metal is good.
You need something that is hard enough to hammer other metal stuff.
Choose your materials carefully.
Think about all of their properties.
You wouldn’t wear paper clothes in the rain, or use wood in a window pane.
Leather belts bend easily, cause they have flexibility.
And rubber is quite fantastic, when you need stuff that is elastic.
Choose your materials carefully.
Think about all of their properties.
You wouldn’t wear paper clothes in the rain, or use wood in a window pane.
Paper, plastic, metal and wood, glass, ceramics, cotton, wool.
Fabric comes from fibre that is spun and woven into cloth by everyone.
Natural wool and cotton, synthetic, polyester and nylon.
Choose your materials carefully.
Think about all of their properties.
You wouldn’t wear paper clothes in the rain, or use wood in a window pane.
Paper, plastic, metal and wood, glass, ceramics, cotton, wool.
Choose your materials carefully.
Think about all of their properties.
You wouldn’t wear paper clothes in the rain, or use wood in a window pane.

Friday, 11 August 2017

Tick Tock Turkey was in the egg! By Anamaria

Learning Intention: We are learning to develop our thinking, organisation and learning skills through Bloom's Taxonomy.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I use the information from the story 'Tick Tock Turkey and the mysterious egg' to answer knowledge and comprehension questions correctly.

I can't wait to read about Astropup's next mission! By Mary

Learning Intention: We are learning to develop our thinking and organising skills through Bloom's Taxonomy based questions.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I answer analysing questions correctly using information from the story Astropup part 2.

Thursday, 10 August 2017

Oh no, Jack is a prisoner! By Angelina M

Learning Intention: We are learning how to develop thinking, organisation and learning skills through Bloom's Taxonomy.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I use the information from the story 'Jack and the Pirate School' to answer knowledge and comprehension questions correctly.

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Tick Tock Turkey has to be careful while using a time watch! By Heneliena

Learning Intention: We are  learning to develop thinking, organisation and learning skills through Bloom's Taxonomy.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I use the information from the story 'Tick Tock Turkey and the mysterious egg' to answer knowledge and comprehension questions correctly.

Tuesday, 8 August 2017

She looks blue today! By Angelina T


Learning Intention: We are learning to develop our understanding of how to make an inference while reading.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I explain how we can make an inference about a piece of text.

Monday, 7 August 2017

It is important to pray in the evenings! By Apolosi

Learning Intention: We are learning traditional prayers.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I use screencastify to record a traditional evening prayer.

Friday, 4 August 2017

Kei te pehea koe Eti? By Angelina T

Learning Intention: We are learning to greet one another in Te Reo Maori.

Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I ask and answer questions about how we are feeling.

Thursday, 3 August 2017

It is important to pray to God because he will guide us! By Roneeza

Learning Intention: We are learning to write a prayer.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I write a prayer to thank God, pray for others and pray for myself.

Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Heavenly Father, thank you for the creations that you have created! By Anamaria

Learning Intention: We are learning to write a prayer.
Success Criteria: I know I can do this when I write a prayer to thank God for all the things that he has done for us.