Thursday, 18 September 2014

Inquiry portfolio sample.

               RANGINUI


Inquiry-Portfolio Criteria
 
                                          WALT:  gather information



Description:
Every Wednesday we have been working through the Get it, Sort it, Use it model to inquire about different countries around the world and their languages/culture. We each brainstormed a potential list of subjects and chose what we wanted to find out more about and then started our research.


I think:

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My Teacher thinks:
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Evaluation:
1. What are you most proud of? I am proud that I learnt things that will help me with my future learning if I come back to troys class and in natural learning.
2. What did you find challenging? I found that actually getting the information and sorting it into facts and groups was harder than it looked.

3.  My next ‘Get It’ goal is? My next goal is to learn more by looking more into one thing then moving on to the next one and making them all more detailed and complex.





Thursday, 11 September 2014

Maths

Maths Sample


The blue question is the easiest and the green question is the most difficult.

Task: Choose at least 2 questions to answer and record the questions, thinking and answers on your blog. Your thinking may be in the form of photos (from your maths book or using equipment or a whiteboard), an educreations or show me clip.

Success Criteria:
Question, thinking and answer recorded
Clear thinking
Use what you know to help
Correct answer (buddy check)

Questions

You have 20 jellybeans to place on a cake.
Each ¼ of the cake should have the same number of jellybeans on it.
How many jellybeans go on each ¼?

Alex and his friends ate 12 slices of pizza.
Each slice is ¼ of a pizza.
How many pizzas do they eat altogether?

There are 20 lollies on a birthday cake. 
If you eat 2/5 of the cake, how many lollies do you eat?

There are 30 children who go to a country school. 3/5 of them travel to school by bus.
How many children is that?

Reflection ECG
Thinking back over your fraction learning…



Maths Sample

The blue question is the easiest and the green question is the most difficult.

Task: Choose at least 2 questions to answer and record the questions, thinking and answers on your blog. Your thinking may be in the form of photos (from your maths book or using equipment or a whiteboard), an educreations or show me clip.

Success Criteria:
Question, thinking and answer recorded
Clear thinking
Use what you know to help
Correct answer (buddy check)

Questions

You have 20 jellybeans to place on a cake.
Each ¼ of the cake should have the same number of jellybeans on it.
How many jellybeans go on each ¼?

Alex and his friends ate 12 slices of pizza.
Each slice is ¼ of a pizza.
How many pizzas do they eat altogether?

There are 20 lollies on a birthday cake.
If you eat 2/5 of the cake, how many lollies do you eat?

There are 30 children who go to a country school. 3/5 of them travel to school by bus.
How many children is that?

Reflection ECG
Thinking back over your fraction learning…