Warrington School/Planning 2008
Term 4 2008 - Themes - Politics, Pantomime, Human Rights, Athletics, Forces, Rabbit Island Camp, Waianakarua Camp
Room 1 Goals
- Social Studies - Know about the New Zealand political system. Whole class assessment being able to explain pictorially (sequenced cartoons) how the NZ election system works.
- Visual Language - Effectively arrange, present and display visual and written information on a NZ political party and as a an A3 poster using cartooning styles and techniques. Criteria assessment - Political Party Poster
- Listening - to Anne Frank's Story
- Speaking - using expressive language in the Panto Pandemonium
- Experiment with paint, construction and recycling to create stage props and backdrops.
- Dance, drama and music - express themselves through music, dance and drama and feel comfortable performing as part of the school pantomime.
- Develop skills and understandings of the physics through practical experiences of archery and athletics.
- Learn widely applicable techniques with Gimp to manipulate and create political images and cartoons.
- Communicate and present mathematical ideas, clearly and accurately - Algebra - Fibonacci's Numbers and Golden Ratio