Monday 20th August 2012Rāhina 20th Here-turi-kōkā 2012 Towers Research Rm1&2 Circuit Fitness Morning Tea Maths The Arts – Betty by Brooke Fraser LUNCH Inquiry – Research continued Library
Tuesday 21st August 2012Rātu 21 Here-turi-kōkā 2012 st R.U.N TECHNOLOGY MORNING TEA Maths Reading LUNCH Language Swap
Tower related Language Work Alluvium – Soil deposited by water Architect – Construction designers Foundation – Strong ground work to hold buildings Mortar – Mixture of lime, sand & water to hold bricks together. Scaffolding – Framing of poles on outside of a building for working on. Pile – heavy beam driven into the ground to support the foundations of the structure. Plaster – Mixture lime, sand etc for coating walls. Iron – Common metal, strong silvery, metallic Telecommunication – communicating over a long distance with telephones etc Bascules – Type of drawbridge Structural – Something that is built Hydraulic – Operated by water pressure Robust - Strong Masonry - Stonework Reinforced – Strengthen with Concrete – Mixture of sand Quarry – Rocks are collected from here Spire – Pointed part of the steeple Thatch – Used as roofing material Wrought iron – Shaped by hammering Rivets – bolt by fasten plates Constructability – Skills for building
Rātu 21st Here-turi-kōkā 2012Kupu hou Rm2 Waiata Kei te aha koe? Kanikani Manaaki Kei te ______ au. Mahi Kauhoe Tuhi kōrero Pānui pukapuka Oma Moe Kai Tākaro
Hōmai – Give meHoatu – Give away to Rm2 Hōmai te __________ki au Give me the _________. Hoatu te _________ ki a ia. Give him/her the ___________. Hoatu te _________ ki a _________. Give the ___________ to _________.
Rātu 21st Here-turi-kōkā 2012Kei te pehea koe? Rm1 Kei te _______ au/ ahau Hoha – annoyed Pai – fine/ well Pōuri – sad Harikoa – happy Hiamoe – sleepy Haikai – hungry Riri – angry Makariri – cold Wera – hot
Wednesday 22nd August 2012Rāapa 22nd Here-turi-kōkā 2012 R.U.N Sharing & Quick Write - Towers Inquiry ‘Mini Challenge’ 10.15 Activities Week meetings MORNING TEA Maths Reading – Continue with new vocab LUNCH Kapa Haka – Mahina, Donnaya, Shechinah, Kasharn, Shareece, Jordy, Jordan Soccer – Caleb & Josh Inquiry –Reflective Quick Write using Thinkers Hats Cross Country
Friday 24th August 2012Rāmere 24th Here-turi-kōkā 2012 R.U.N Assembly Summary of the Week of TOWERS MORNING TEA KNET – Wrap Up Mathletics LUNCH Maths Something maybe….a game!
Towers Wrap Up – Thurs/Fri I challenge us as a class to reflect and wrap up our findings, what we have learnt and enjoyed about Towers Week on KNET! We are each going to create a Learning Story on our homepage that will include: * 1 or 2 photos, 1 published piece of writing (ABC poem, a reflective Quick Write, creative story), a summary of the weeks learning.
Summary of TOWERS Week We are going to reflect on our whole week of TOWERS using the Thinkers Hats - Yellow hat=Strengths - White hat=Facts - Black hat=Negatives - Green hat=Next time