• Like
Term 3 Week 6
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
115
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 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