OGHS Option choices<br />Year 10 in 2011<br />
Year 10 Physical Education<br />Topics<br />Cricket, Tennis, Netball, Soccer/Speedball, Rippa Rugby, Handball, Lacrosse, G...
Insert photo of Year 10 camp<br />Physical Education is an opportunity to get out of the classroom and have some fun with ...
Year 10 Maori<br />Marae protocols<br />Waiata and whakatauki<br />Communicating about whanau, school and home<br />Listen...
Year 10 Maori<br />Assessments<br />Speeches<br />Conversations<br />Posters<br />Diaries<br />Little books<br />Online po...
Elementary ESOL<br />Aim<br />-Improve your English to help mainstream subjects. <br />-Increase your mainstream subjects ...
Year 10 Art<br />In year 10 Art you have the opportunity to explore new approaches to Art making.<br />Topics covered incl...
    Art at this level will introduce you to new ways of looking at and responding to your visual world. You will be expose...
Year 10 French<br />Topics we study:<br /><ul><li> 2 plays (Louis la Grenouille & Chat Angora)
Food & Drink
My Town
Sports & Hobbies
Paris
Time
Daily Routine</li></li></ul><li>If you take French through to the end of Year 12 you will have the opportunity to go on an...
Yr 10 German<br />In year 10 we speak lots of German and try to make this more automatic. There are internal writing and p...
Which topics in Yr 10 <br />German?<br />We focus on improving our speaking and we study these topics<br /><ul><li>Talking...
(what else is more important than you?)</li></ul>School Life<br /><ul><li>(useful for going on exchange at the end of Yr 12)
Free-time
(Talking about what you  like doing and why)
Life on holiday
(Talking about  holidays and booking hotels, flights and going to restaurants)</li></li></ul><li>Year 10 Japanese日本語<br />...
My Dream School
Blind Date
My First Home
A day in my world
Party time</li></li></ul><li>Heaps of opportunities to go to Japan!  <br />Japan Trip every three years <br />Exchanges to...
YEAR 10 LATIN<br />Available to those who have studied Latin at Year 9. See Mr.Durrant for more info.<br />
¡Spanish Year 10!<br />Activities<br /><ul><li>Watch the TV series “mi vidaloca”
Write to your penpal in Spain
Taste testing
Give a TV weather report
Learn more songs
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  1. 1. OGHS Option choices<br />Year 10 in 2011<br />
  2. 2. Year 10 Physical Education<br />Topics<br />Cricket, Tennis, Netball, Soccer/Speedball, Rippa Rugby, Handball, Lacrosse, Games Invention, Disability Awareness, Weights<br />Outdoor Education – camp<br />Sexuality Issues – Level 1 NCEA achievement standard<br />Insert picture of wheelchair basketball<br />
  3. 3. Insert photo of Year 10 camp<br />Physical Education is an opportunity to get out of the classroom and have some fun with friends in the gym.<br />See a PE teacher for further information<br />
  4. 4. Year 10 Maori<br />Marae protocols<br />Waiata and whakatauki<br />Communicating about whanau, school and home<br />Listening, speaking reading, writing <br />
  5. 5. Year 10 Maori<br />Assessments<br />Speeches<br />Conversations<br />Posters<br />Diaries<br />Little books<br />Online portfolios<br />...see Ms Hunter <br />
  6. 6. Elementary ESOL<br />Aim<br />-Improve your English to help mainstream subjects. <br />-Increase your mainstream subjects <br />Topics<br />Welcome to New Zealand and life in a foreign country.<br />My country and me.<br />Assessments<br />-ESOL unit standards (Level 1)<br />-Speech New Zealand OCESOL (Oral Communication in English for Speakers of Other Languages)<br />-City and Guilds International ESOL exam<br />-ESOL exam (school)<br />*** You will do work and assessments at your level. We understand that students of the same age can be at differing English levels. Hours of ESOL depend on your level of English.<br />
  7. 7. Year 10 Art<br />In year 10 Art you have the opportunity to explore new approaches to Art making.<br />Topics covered include:<br />Painting<br />Sculpture<br />printmaking<br />
  8. 8. Art at this level will introduce you to new ways of looking at and responding to your visual world. You will be exposed to new ideas associated with Art making by studying artists from different cultures.<br /> Art is available as a full year and half year option at Y10. This then leads on to NCEA study in the senior school. <br />See Mr Otley for further information<br />
  9. 9. Year 10 French<br />Topics we study:<br /><ul><li> 2 plays (Louis la Grenouille & Chat Angora)
  10. 10. Food & Drink
  11. 11. My Town
  12. 12. Sports & Hobbies
  13. 13. Paris
  14. 14. Time
  15. 15. Daily Routine</li></li></ul><li>If you take French through to the end of Year 12 you will have the opportunity to go on an exchange to either France (6 weeks) or Tahiti (4 weeks)<br />See Mrs Holmes for more info!<br />
  16. 16. Yr 10 German<br />In year 10 we speak lots of German and try to make this more automatic. There are internal writing and pair-speaking tasks which we do throughout the year. At the end of the year there is a listening and a reading exam to help you get ready for NCEA next year. <br />
  17. 17. Which topics in Yr 10 <br />German?<br />We focus on improving our speaking and we study these topics<br /><ul><li>Talking about yourself in more depth
  18. 18. (what else is more important than you?)</li></ul>School Life<br /><ul><li>(useful for going on exchange at the end of Yr 12)
  19. 19. Free-time
  20. 20. (Talking about what you like doing and why)
  21. 21. Life on holiday
  22. 22. (Talking about holidays and booking hotels, flights and going to restaurants)</li></li></ul><li>Year 10 Japanese日本語<br /> We continue to explore the language and culture with a focus on speaking. We also learn the next script of katakana and continue with kanji.<br />Topics:<br /><ul><li>My Japanese Class
  23. 23. My Dream School
  24. 24. Blind Date
  25. 25. My First Home
  26. 26. A day in my world
  27. 27. Party time</li></li></ul><li>Heaps of opportunities to go to Japan! <br />Japan Trip every three years <br />Exchanges to our sister schools in Tokyo (6 months) & Hiroshima (8 weeks).<br />Kunei year long exchange in Osaka<br /> See Miss Ware for further information<br />
  28. 28. YEAR 10 LATIN<br />Available to those who have studied Latin at Year 9. See Mr.Durrant for more info.<br />
  29. 29. ¡Spanish Year 10!<br />Activities<br /><ul><li>Watch the TV series “mi vidaloca”
  30. 30. Write to your penpal in Spain
  31. 31. Taste testing
  32. 32. Give a TV weather report
  33. 33. Learn more songs
  34. 34. Listen to popular Spanish music
  35. 35. Play games</li></ul>Topics<br />Food<br />Weather<br />School subjects<br />Telling the time<br />My house<br />The town I live in <br />What you like/don’t like<br />Transport<br />
  36. 36. ¡Spanish!<br />Continue Spanish to have the opportunity to travel to Argentina and Chile<br />400 million people speak Spanish – join them!<br />Learn about Spanish culture through dance, song, movies and drama. <br />
  37. 37. Year 10 Dance<br />What do you learn?<br /><ul><li>Explore movements based on a variety of stimulus
  38. 38. Develop movements in to short dance sequences
  39. 39. Perform a variety of genres/styles
  40. 40. Discuss what dance is and why we dance
  41. 41. View and discuss a variety of dance genres/styles
  42. 42. Create a poster on a chosen dance genre
  43. 43. Dance games</li></ul>Assessment<br />Group performance <br />Group choreography<br />Duet choreography<br />
  44. 44. Year 10 Dance<br />Last but not least........<br />You will perform in a group dance at the end of year dance concert<br />
  45. 45. Year 10 Drama<br />Topics<br /><ul><li>Elements and techniques
  46. 46. Theatre form and conventions
  47. 47. Verse Drama
  48. 48. Devised drama</li></ul>Drama is a half year option that leads onto NCEA.<br />
  49. 49. Drama is a good way to work with a variety of people, developing ideas and creating drama.<br />See Ms Leckie for further information<br />
  50. 50. Year 10 Music<br />You will gain skills in playing, composing, and listening. These skills will be developed in and through a range of musical contexts. There are no pre-requisites for this course.<br />You will develop skills and knowledge in:<br /><ul><li>Solo and group performances.
  51. 51. Structured compositions and improvisations.
  52. 52. Aural recognition of intervals, chords, and scales.
  53. 53. Transcription of rhythm, pitch and harmony.
  54. 54. Score reading and writing music.
  55. 55. Investigating the context of a range of musical styles and genres.</li></li></ul><li>Year 10 Music<br />Topics Covered:<br /><ul><li>Music Though the Ages
  56. 56. Music from Around the World
  57. 57. New Zealand Composers
  58. 58. Bach and the Baroque Era
  59. 59. Enz of an Era, Split Enz
  60. 60. Film Music</li></li></ul><li>Year 10 Computer Technology<br />Year 10 Computer Technology is divided into both half year and full year options.<br />We explore a number of different ICT technologies as well as carry out technological projects in producing a variety of ICT outcomes.<br />
  61. 61. The course will designed around the following topics<br /><ul><li>Developing design skills and using Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and Microsoft Publisher in the production of a customised CD and CD case.
  62. 62. Gamemaker, Scratch, Mindstorm Robots for developing basic programming skills
  63. 63. Creation of Kiosk PowerPoints</li></ul>So if you like problem solving, being creative, finding out how things work and overall being challenged then:<br />See Mr Scott or Ms Gill for further information on this course for 2011<br />
  64. 64. Year 10 Graphics<br />Graphics is about learning to draw and communicate visually.<br />The course is partly technical and partly creative.<br />
  65. 65. If you like to draw and design new things there will be something for you in Graphics. See Mr Pickard for more information<br />
  66. 66. Year 10 Food Technology<br />Exploring new food recipes.<br />Experimenting with new foods and flavours.<br />Enquiring into the yesterday, the today and the tomorrow of foods.<br />
  67. 67. Topics<br />Burger Queens - Meat Cookery<br />Cool Food – Dairy Cookery<br />In Food Technology you learn practical skills and gain knowledge as you develop food products.<br />Food Technology is a half year option that leads onto NCEA.<br />See Mrs Cook for further information<br />
  68. 68. Year 10 Hard Materials Technology<br />Design and make objects from various materials.<br />Past Projects have included... <br />Chair Design<br />Silver Ring<br />Ipod Speaker<br />Sarah at the Jewellers Bench<br />
  69. 69. Georgia working on upholstery<br />Lisa on her finished chair<br />We try to use a broad range of materials and you get a lot of choice in what you make, traditional, modern or just plain weird.<br />See Mr Pickard if you have questions or want more information<br />
  70. 70. Year 10 Textile Design<br />We do two Units in Year10 that prepare us for year 11.<br />One is a screen printing unit that helps us find our own original designs.<br />
  71. 71. Year 10 Textile Design<br /><ul><li>For the other unit you follow the make your own adapted a sweat or tee-shirt while following the technology design process.</li></ul>Please see Ms Gillies if you want further information<br />
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