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# Term 3 Week 6

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• 1. Term 3 Week 6 20th-25th August 2012
• 2. 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
• 3. Quick 10 21.8.12 1. 523+30= 2. 817-20= 3. 15 4. 50÷5= x3 5. Descending 5.54, 8.444, 5.555, 8.4 6. a=8 3a= 7. b=3.4 2b= 8. c=7 3c + ___ = 32 9. 8² 10. 3³
• 4. Tuesday 21st August 2012Rātu 21 Here-turi-kōkā 2012 st R.U.N TECHNOLOGY MORNING TEA  Maths  Reading LUNCH Language Swap
• 5. 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
• 6. 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
• 7. 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 _________.
• 8. 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
• 9. 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
• 10. Array 22.8.12 x 6 3 2 5 8 7 4 7 6 9 8 10
• 11. Thursday 23rd August 2012Rāpare 23rd Here-turi-kōkā 2012  R.U.N Maths Writing – ABC Towers Poem MORNING TEA Reading Inquiry – Construction challenge Hall Time LUNCH Reading Continued… Cross Country
• 12. TOWER Challenge!!!!!!!!!!!! Criteria- What can build the tallest?- Only using 10x A4 paper, 1 scissors, 1m cellotape, 1 flag- Must freestand for 1min
• 13. Quick 10 23.8.12 1. 513+40= 2. 587-30= 3. 19 4. 50÷5= x7 5. Descending 5.34, 5.4, 5.005, 5.04 6. a=8 5a= 7. b=3.4 2b= 8. c=5 5c + ___ = 25 9. 8² 10. 2³
• 14. 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!
• 15. 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.
• 16. 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