User:Fam/My sandbox

From WikiEducator
Jump to: navigation, search

Link Boxes

Wikipedia-logo-en.png Animal
Wikipedia has an article on this subject.

Visit Animal for more in depth information

If you want to create a quick link to a Wikipedia article you can

use the wikipedia template like this: {{Wikipedia|Animal}} which gives you the box on the right. Remember to replace Animal with the name of the article you want, and check that the article does exist on Wikipedia before you link to it.
Template:PGBook You can also link to a Project guttenberg Title by using: {{PGBook|Shakespeare's Sonnets|1041}} where Shakespeare's Sonnets is an arbitrary name, and 1041 is the etext number for the book you want.

Tick Marks

If you want to use a tick mark or a cross you can use one of the following images:

Correct.png Right.png Wrong.png
[[Image:Correct.png]] [[Image:Right.png]] [[Image:Wrong.png]]

e.g.: Multiple Choice Question:

When did Malta gain Independence?:

  • a. December 13, 1974
  • b. May 1, 2004
  • c. September 21, 1964 Correct.png
  • d. March 31, 1979

Wikipedia-logo-en.png Tank
Wikipedia has an article on this subject.

Visit Tank for more in depth information


  1. About the author
  2. Foreword to the first edition
  3. Foreword to the second edition

Each board, through the principal and staff, is required to:

  1. develop and implement teaching and learning programmes:
  1. to provide all students in years 1-10 with opportunities to achieve for success in all areas of the National Curriculum;
  2. giving priority to student achievement in literacy and numeracy, especially in years 1-8;
  3. giving priority to regular quality physical activity that develops movement skills for all students, especially in years 1-6.
  1. through a range of assessment practices, gather information that is sufficiently comprehensive to enable the progress and achievement of students to be evaluated; giving priority first to: i. student achievement in literacy and numeracy, especially in years 1-8; and then to ii. breadth and depth of learning related to the needs, abilities and interests of students, the nature of the school's curriculum, and the scope of The National Curriculum as expressed in The New Zealand Curriculum or Te Marautanga o Aotearoa;
  2. on the basis of good quality assessment information, identify students and groups of students: i. who are not achieving; ii. who are at risk of not achieving; iii. who have special needs1; and iv. aspects of the curriculum which require particular attention;
  3. develop and implement teaching and learning strategies to address the needs of students and aspects of the curriculum identified in (c) above;
  4. in consultation with the school's Māori community, develop and make known to the school's community policies, plans and targets for improving the achievement of Māori students; and
  5. provide appropriate career education and guidance for all students in year 7 and above, with a particular emphasis on specific career guidance for those students who have been identified by the school as being at risk of leaving school unprepared for the transition to the workplace or further education/training.