Choosing Inquiry Questions For Research & Call To Actions Implementations #PBL

Learning Intention: To be able to understand the meaning of key words in your Inquiry Question. Success Criteria:  Choose a focus area you are interested in. With your new partner choose one of the question in  your focus area. Highlight your inquiry question. Record the key words from your question. Find the meaning of your key words. Rewrite the meaning…

Children On The Move #refugees #globaled #SDGs #migrants

Learning Intention: The understand the lives of “people on the move”, refugees and migrants. You will learn about people who are on the move such as refugees, migrants, asylum seekers and displaced people. You will think as if you are one of them, understanding what life is like for people forced to flee their homes. Success Criteria: Observe the boys expressions…

We have been busy working on multiplication facts over the past rotation lessons.  Last week, you learnt about arrays and repeated addition.  You were about to make arrays in you maths journals by using fruit loops. This week we are going to put together what we know by using a dice to add some randomness to your learning. Learning Intention:…

Writing in 100 Words To Build Descriptive Writing Skills #writing @Lemming_Kate

“By setting a limited word count with a focused theme and a guaranteed audience beyond the class teacher, children have far greater motivation for writing. Those who are reluctant writers feel safe with only 100 words to write, whilst those more advanced writers can really extend themselves with the word restriction.” 100WC.org  Learning Intention: To be able to use descriptive…

What’s In Mrs Joyce’s Bag – Ss Make Observations, Wonderings & Inferences #reading

As we explore the skill of Observing, Wondering and Inferring as a reading strategy today lets find out a little more about Mrs Joyce. Learning Intention: To be able to make inferences without a text. Success Criteria:  Observe the objects – What do you see? Ask questions to find out more. Create wonderings about the objects. What conclusions can you…