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Wednesday, 10 September 2014
The blue question is the easiest and the green question is the most difficult.
Task: Choose at least 2 questions to answer and record the questions, thinking and answers on your blog. Your thinking may be in the form of photos (from your maths book or using equipment or a whiteboard), an educreations or show me clip.
o Question, thinking and answer recorded
o Clear thinking
o Use what you know to help
o Correct answer (buddy check)
You have 20 jellybeans to place on a cake.
Each ¼ of the cake should have the same number of jellybeans on it.
How many jellybeans go on each ¼?
Alex and his friends ate 12 slices of pizza.
Each slice is ¼ of a pizza.
How many pizzas do they eat altogether?
There are 20 lollies on a birthday cake.
If you eat 2/5 of the cake, how many lollies do you eat?
There are 30 children who go to a country school. 3/5 of them travel to school by bus.
How many children is that?
Friday, 22 August 2014
WALT: set SMART goals
Task: set a learning goal, a behaviour goal and an at home goal. Create a goal fish to display you goals.
I can read my goals
My goals are specific
My goals are measurable
My goals are important to me
My learning partner thinks
My goals are specific
yes i am very happy with my goals
i think she is happy with her goals
|My goals are measurable|
yes my goals are not to hard and not to easy
i think so too
|My goals are important to me|
yes they are very important because i want to reach them
yes they are very important to her
|I can read my goals|
yes i can read my goals because if you could not read my goals you would not want to read them
i agree with her
Wednesday, 13 August 2014
WALT: write to inform
- Create a clear image in the readers mind
- Have a clear message (big idea)
- Powerful words (precise, clear)
- Reread writing and check for impact
My thinking questions
I choose this piece to publish because...
I need to practise...
I am pleased about...
My Published Writing
WALT: edit and publish our writing
- Use a font and colour that can be easily read
- Must make sense
- Correct spelling
- Correct punctuation
- Change at least 3 words to add impact for the reader
Yassmine, you have used speech to help paint a picture in your readers mind. The start of your writing has a very clear message, you have shown the reader that you are unhappy sitting in the back with all the suitcases.
Remember to make sure you use your access criteria to help create a piece that is easy for your audience to read. The font and colour you have chosen are easy to read however you need to do some more thinking about your punctuation and how you have grouped your ideas together. Next time reread your writing and check you are happy with the order of your ideas.
Thursday, 7 August 2014
Task: use the ‘get it, sort it, use it’ model of inquiry to find out about the commonwealth games and share what we have learned.
WALT: use our prior knowledge to help us understand what we read. (Get it)
WALT: Summarise what we read to help us understand what we read. (Get it and Sort it)
WALT: use what we have learned from our reading. (Use it)
ü 10 questions
ü Only one correct answer per question
ü Clear questions (not ambiguous)
ü Image matches the question
I followed the Get it, Sort it, Use it inquiry process by…
finding info and putting it in my kahoot
My next step when I use the Get it, Sort it, Use it inquiry process is…
to gather ideas so we can have more info
The fun part of the Get it, Sort it, Use it inquiry process was...the get it because we got to use kahoot
You have thought about your learning and used your strategies to help as you read to make meaning and grow your understanding and knowledge.
Remember when reflecting and thinking about your learning to add more details and go a little deeper, adding a 'because' to your ideas might help. Reflecting about your learning helps you to grow as a learner, to think about what was tricky and to set goals.
Wednesday, 23 July 2014
WALT: use Te Reo in a simple conversation.
Task: create a puppet pals animation to share your Te Reo learning.
- clear voice
- saying the right words (makes sense)
- animation matches the words
- trying our best pronunciation
My learning partner thinks
I used a clear voice
yes i used a clear voice
|yes she used a clear voice|
I used the right words
| i picked quiana as my buddy because she good at maori|
i think she did a good job
My animation matched my words
yes i picked a maori girl so
i like the way she was comunacating with her partner
What did I find challenging?
i found remembering all the maori words challenging
yes me to
What did I like about…
i liked challenging my self
she challenges her self to lern more things
You and Quiana have worked together to create a fabulous animation. Your animation matches your words, you have used clear voices and great pronunciation. I love that you are challenging yourself Yassmine and are working hard to create and learn new things. I can see you enjoy this type of creative thinking.