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    Living things adapt environment Living things adapt environment Document Transcript

    • A
Learning
Sequence
for
‘Living
Things
adapt
to
the
 environment
’
unit.
 Level
3
SMR
Peninsula
Sub
Region
Ultranet
Coaches;
Jonathan
Hall,
Tanya
Moran
&
Stephen
Daly

    • CREATE
A
FOLDER
WITH
 OVERVIEW
 AND
ASSIGN
FEEDBACK
•  In
the
Learning
Tasks
tool,
Class
 tab,
teachers
can
create
a
folder
 to
organise
Learning
Items
and/or
 learning
sequences.
•  You
can
select
to
provide
an
 Overview
and
Feedback
for
the
 contents
of
the
folder.
The
following
slides
are
found
on
 the
Ultranet
Support
Site.

    • Discussion
 Brainstorm
•  A
Discussion
Item
is
a
type
of
Service
 Learning
Item,
which
allows
students
to
 enter
posts
to
a
discussion
forum.
•  Over
the
term
students
will
build
on
their
 exisKng
knowledge
about
how
Living
Things
 adapt
to
the
environment.

Teachers
and
 students
can
record
the
instrucKons/ reflecKons
of
each
acKvity
as
well
as
type
 these
in.
•  In
order
for
students
to
be
able
to
do
this
 they
will
need
to
know
how
to
log
onto
the
 Ultranet
and
navigate
to
the
acKvity.

•  Computers
will
need
to
have
a
microphone
 aMached.

    • Step
One

NOTE:
When
following
the
steps
on
the
 following
slides
make
sure
that
 you
have
clicked
on
the
unit
 folder
‘Environment’.
The
following
slide
can
be
found
on
 the
Ultranet
Support
Site.

    • And
th en
sele ‘Enviro ct
the
 nment folder
 clicking ’
bef 
on
‘Ne ore
 w’.
 rm
 Bra insto Title
=

    • Journal
AcKviKes
 Can
it
adapt?
•  A
Journal
Item
is
a
type
of
Service
 Learning
Item,
which
allows
students
to
 enter
journal
entries
into
their
personal
 journal.

•  Over
the
term
students
could
record
or
 type
in
their
reflecKons
to
experiments
 and
learning
being
explored
in
the
 classroom.


•  In
order
for
students
to
be
able
to
do
 this
they
will
need
to
know
how
to
log
 onto
the
Ultranet
and
navigate
to
the
 acKvity.

•  Computers
will
need
to
have
a
 microphone
aMached.

    • Step
One

NOTE:
When
following
the
steps
on
the
 following
slides
make
sure
that
 you
have
clicked
on
the
unit
 folder
‘Environment’.
The
following
slide
can
be
found
on
 the
Ultranet
Support
Site.

    • And
 then ‘Envi 
select
t ronm h click ent ’
 e
folder
 ing
o be n
‘Ne fore
 w’.
 on
 =
Q uesK Title

    • Possible
Journal
 QuesKons
•  What
is
adaptaKon?
•  How
can
animals
live

 in
such
different
places
in
the
 world?
•  Why
does
a
camel
have
nostrils
 which
can
close?
•  What
is
so
special
about
a
frogs
 head?
•  How
are
large
snakes
such
as
 pythons
able
to
swallow
prey
that
 is
bigger
than
their
own
heads?

    • Task
 CreaCng
a
play
•  A
Task
Item
is
a
type
of
Service
Learning
 Item,
which
provides
students
with
 instrucKons
related
to
an
offline
task
or
 other
related
learning
items.
•  Students
will
form
small
groups
and
write
a
 play
script
demonstraKng
the
adaptaKon
of
 an
animal
and
present
their
play
to
the
 class.

Students
will
be
encourage
to
 present
these
as
animaKons.
•  In
order
for
students
to
be
able
to
do
this
 they
will
need
to
know
how
to
write
a
 script
and
have
Kme
to
put
together
their
 play/animaKon
to
present
to
the
class.

    • Step
One

NOTE:
When
following
the
steps
on
the
 following
slides
make
sure
that
 you
have
clicked
on
the
unit
 folder
‘Environment’.
The
following
slide
can
be
found
on
 the
Ultranet
Support
Site.

    • And
t hen
s ‘Envir elect
the
 onme fo clickin nt ’
be lder
 g
on
‘ fore
 New’. 

    • Copy
Learning
Items
•  All
learning
tasks
and
folders
need
 to
be
transferred
from
your
 personal
planning
folder
to
your
 class
folder.
The
following
slide
can
be
found
on
 the
Ultranet
Support
Site.