What is my learning goal? My goal is to read the Harry Potter Books properly by the end of the school year.
What have I learned? I have learned to read all the "Big Nate" series of books.
What is my next step? My next step is to be able to read a "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" in under in hour.
I am learning about Reciprocal Reading
I have learned that Reciprocal Reading involves students being leaders. everyone is expected to contribute
Two areas I want to get better at are predicting and questioning
we have been learning language about ko au which means me myself and I
something I have learnt to say is what is the maori word for ------- maori is he aha te kupu maori mo
my next learning step is to say my hole mehi of by heart
What? I am learning to make safe decisions.
so what? I am learning this because it will help me be safe.
now what? an example of a safe decision is if some one asks for my full name on a game or to put up the webcam and I will say no.
WALT: write a poem with a twist
I learned that poems don't have to rhyme
I achieved my goal because I didn't always rhyme
Here is my poem with a twist
Get a blanket
Get snuggled up
Wake up early
Pick up black briefcase
Open white car door
WALT: I am learning different athletics skills.
I figured out that in discus you can't glide the discus you have to throw it.
I achieved my goal because I used all my strength to throw the discus.
Next time I will try not to step out of the circle.
WALT:Pass, kick, and catch large balls.
I learned to put your hand in a W to pass a basket ball.
Here is an example of my learning
Next time I will try to put my hand in a W every time I pass and shout.
WALT: used standard form (algorithms) to solve + and - problems.
I learned that the strategy makes maths easier
I achieved my goal because I kept With the strategy when I was terrible at it.
Next time I will try bigger equations
WALT: introduce ourselves in Te Reo
I learned to say my parents in Māori Ko Elle tōku mama Ko Glen tōku papa
I achieved my goal because I say my parents correctly in Māori
Next time I will work harder to say my mountain correctly.
WALT: make connections with a text.
I learned that you can connect stories with your life and the world.
I achieved my goal because I made connections with myself and the outside world.
Next time I will think about other stories.
We can do this when:
- we participate in discussions about compost
- explain how compost is constructed
- explain why we use compost and its benefits
We were very lucky that Mr McCaven showed us the grass clippings that will eventually turn into compost. We learned that the grass clippings will get warm and decompose and then they will help the school gardens grow.
- Use the first letter of your name to slide
- Use the first letter of your name to reflect
- use interesting words to make a picture in the reader's mind.
- write about what the person looks like
- write about what the person does (actions)
- Write about what kind of person they are (personality)
- identify 2D shapes by name
- name 2-dimensional shapes: triangle, square, oblong (non-square rectangle), circle, oval, pentagon, hexagon and diamond
- describe shape attributes in their own language
- explore and describe faces, edges, and corners of 2D and 3D objects
- make, name and describe polygons and other plane shapes
- describe the process of making shapes with line symmetry.
- name common two-dimensional mathematical shapes
- Participate in creative and regular physical activities and identify enjoyable experiences.
- Develop a wide range of movement skill using a variety of equipment and play environments
- Join in activities with a positive attitude
- Identify what makes fitness a positive experience
- Identify ways to make changes to the activity to increase enjoyment
- Demonstrate basic skipping skills with short and long ropes