Curriculum night 2011

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  • Curriculum night 2011

    1. 1. Welcome to Grade 5
    2. 2. Sanjay Lalwani
    3. 3. Sanjay LalwaniPersonal BackgroundPhilosophy of Education
    4. 4. Parent Communication
    5. 5. Parent Communication5C Class Website Weekly Updates Programme Overview Unit of Inquiry Updates Homework Useful Websites http://sites.cdnis.edu.hk/teachers/sanjaylalwani2011/
    6. 6. The 6 Units of Inquiry
    7. 7. The 6 Units of InquiryTheme: How We Express Ourselves Focus: Communication TechnologyTheme: How The World Works Focus: Matter and MaterialsTheme: Where We Are In Place & Time Focus: How We Study The PastTheme: How We Organize Ourselves Focus: Waste ManagementTheme: Sharing the Planet Focus: Rights of ChildrenTheme: Who We Are Focus: Changes in the Human Body
    8. 8. Inquiry - What does it look like?
    9. 9. Inquiry - What does it look like?exploring, wondering and questioning
    10. 10. Inquiry - What does it look like?exploring, wondering and questioningexperimenting and playing with possibilities
    11. 11. Inquiry - What does it look like?exploring, wondering and questioningexperimenting and playing with possibilitiesmaking connections between previous learning and currentlearning
    12. 12. Inquiry - What does it look like?exploring, wondering and questioningexperimenting and playing with possibilitiesmaking connections between previous learning and currentlearning making predictions and acting purposefully to see what happens
    13. 13. Inquiry - What does it look like?exploring, wondering and questioningexperimenting and playing with possibilitiesmaking connections between previous learning and currentlearning making predictions and acting purposefully to see what happenstaking and defending a position
    14. 14. Inquiry - What does it look like?exploring, wondering and questioningexperimenting and playing with possibilitiesmaking connections between previous learning and currentlearning making predictions and acting purposefully to see what happenstaking and defending a position collecting data and reporting findings
    15. 15. Inquiry - What does it look like?exploring, wondering and questioningexperimenting and playing with possibilitiesmaking connections between previous learning and currentlearning making predictions and acting purposefully to see what happenstaking and defending a position collecting data and reporting findings making and testing theories
    16. 16. Inquiry - What does it look like?exploring, wondering and questioningexperimenting and playing with possibilitiesmaking connections between previous learning and currentlearning making predictions and acting purposefully to see what happenstaking and defending a position collecting data and reporting findings making and testing theories researching and seeking information
    17. 17. Inquiry - What does it look like?exploring, wondering and questioningexperimenting and playing with possibilitiesmaking connections between previous learning and currentlearning making predictions and acting purposefully to see what happenstaking and defending a position collecting data and reporting findings making and testing theories researching and seeking information clarifying existing ideas and reappraising perceptions of events
    18. 18. Inquiry - What does it look like?exploring, wondering and questioningexperimenting and playing with possibilitiesmaking connections between previous learning and currentlearning making predictions and acting purposefully to see what happenstaking and defending a position collecting data and reporting findings making and testing theories researching and seeking information clarifying existing ideas and reappraising perceptions of events solving problems in a variety of ways
    19. 19. Inquiry - What does it look like?exploring, wondering and questioningexperimenting and playing with possibilitiesmaking connections between previous learning and currentlearning making predictions and acting purposefully to see what happenstaking and defending a position collecting data and reporting findings making and testing theories researching and seeking information clarifying existing ideas and reappraising perceptions of events solving problems in a variety of ways deepening understanding through the application of a concept
    20. 20. Literacy
    21. 21. LiteracyReadingWritingSpeakingListening
    22. 22. LiteracyReadingWritingSpeakingListening Learning Language Learning About Language Learning Through Language
    23. 23. Mathematics
    24. 24. MathematicsNumber/OperationsMeasurementData HandlingShape and SpacePattern & Function
    25. 25. Mathematics -Yesterday vs. Today
    26. 26. Homework
    27. 27. HomeworkReading Expectations Minimum 30 minutes each evening50 min. Maximum/Night Including ChineseWeekends/Holidays Always homework-free
    28. 28. Expectations
    29. 29. Expectations5C Essential AgreementMacBook AgreementBehaviourUniform - shoes!Illness/Absence
    30. 30. Assessment
    31. 31. Assessment Placemats Activity (Prior Knowledge) 1) Assessment is ... 2) Assessment is not ...3) When I was at school, assessment looked like ... 4) My questions about assessment ...
    32. 32. Assessment
    33. 33. Assessment ‘When students are involved in their ownassessment, mistakes become feedback theycan use to adjust what they are doing. When students’ mistakes are identified by others and feedback is limited to marks or lettergrades, students are less likely to know what to do differently next time.’
    34. 34. Assessment
    35. 35. AssessmentFormative Assessment ‘Assessment for learning’ - Supports and extends understanding .. ongoing and involves feedback about learning.Summative Assessment ‘Assessment of learning’ - Evaluative .. used to form judgements on learning that has occurred.Portfolios Collaborative .. a record of learning.Reports Descriptive .. based on learning expectations.
    36. 36. AssessmentWhat is the final grade for these students?
    37. 37. AssessmentSo ... Do you think you can clap? 4 volunteers needed ...
    38. 38. LearningLearning in the New Generation
    39. 39. Assessment and Reporting Timeline
    40. 40. Assessment and Reporting Timeline14th October 2011Portfolios and Goal Setting sheets are sent home.3rd and 4th November 20113 - Way Conference with Student, Parents and Teacher.10th February 2012Progress Report (online) and Portfolio are sent home.18th April 2012Students Led Learning Reviews (SLLR)8th June 2012Progress Report (online) and Portfolios are sent home.
    41. 41. Refreshments

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