Integrated Learning: Cultural Narrative
You now need to do some further research about one of the resources (plants or animals) that the early Maori settlers found in Southwest Canterbury.
The audience for what you will present is other Year 5/6 children. What do you think they need to know on this topic?

You need to show your understanding in 2 ways:
1. Information Report
  • Introduction
  • Subtitles (questions) answer each question in a short paragraph (5-10)
  • Overall statement conclusion
2. Creative
  • Poster
  • Diorama
  • Collage
  • Model….?
to show the habitat your resource lived in and how it was used by the people.
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Information Report Writing Planning
Our names
Ryder and Micah
The resource we are going to research is
Mako Shark
Prior knowledge
(What we already know about this)
The Mako shark is fast and it’s got sharp teeth
The Mako Shark lives in a warm temperate waters between 50 degrees water temperature. Mako Sharks can also be found near Australia and New Zealand.
Question Matrix: To help you with questions to help you research.

Write 5-10 questions we’d like to research and present in an Information Report
What does the mako shark like eating ?
Does the Mako shark sleep ?
Where does the Mako shark live?
How fast does it swim?






Teacher: Check with one of the Year 6 teachers before you go onto writing your report.



Write your report here…..
1. Information Report (structure)
  • Introduction
  • Subtitles (questions) answer each question in a short paragraph (5-10)
  • Overall statement conclusion



Introduction
The mako shark is silver around the sides and white under its snout and mouth. With its seemingly lifeless eyes and terrifyingly sharp teeth the Mako has been known to stalk its prey at With its seemingly lifeless eyes and terrifyingly sharp teeth the Mako has been known to stalk its prey at lightning speeds of almost 100kmh - and has even been known to attack humans.lightning speeds of almost 100kmh - and has even




been known to attack humans.Image result for mako shark


HOW BIG DOES IT GROW
The mako shark can grow to about 4.5 meters (14 ft).


What other things apart from fish do they eat
The mako shark feeds mainly upon cephalopods and bony fish including mackerels,tunas, bonitos, and swordfish, but it may also eat other sharks, porpoises, sea turtles, and seabirds.

How long does it grow to?
The mako shark grows to an average full-grown length of 1.82–3.2 m. The lifespan of a Mako Shark is from 28 to 35 years. As with many other sharks, it appears this species is living longer as time progresses.


How sharp are their teeth?
They have thin, sharp teeth that are ideal for catching and gripping slippery fish. They hunt by lunging vertically up and tearing off chunks of their preys' flanks and fins.


Where do mako sharks live?
A mako shark lives in warm and temperate waters between 50 degrees north and 50 degrees south. Mako Sharks can also be found near Australia and New Zealand.


How fast are they?
Mako sharks is the fastest known shark species. It normally swims at the speed of 35 miles per hour, but it can accelerate to the speed of 60 miles per hour during the hunt.


What do mako shark weigh?
The Mako shark can get up to a weight of 240kg as an adult. Plus female sharks are bigger than male mako sharks.

How far can they leap out of the water?
Mako sharks are able to leap 20 to 30 feet out of the water.

Conclusion

There are only two species of Mako shark left in the world today so we need to look after them in New Zealand waters.

Ryder DUE - Year 6 2017- PE: Solo Yr 4-8 Relationships and Teamwork


PE: Relationships with individuals and groups


Relationships: Individuals and groups
I need help to work in a group (with teachers or other students
I can work in a group with my friends.
I can work in a group with anyone in my  year level or team  


I can work in a group with anyone in my year level or team …
….and respond positively to the needs of others
I can work in a group with anyone in my year level or team …
….and respond positively to the needs of others
…. and reflect on how well I work with the group and seek feedback on how I can improve
Effective Strategies
[insert strategies suggested by students and teachers]
Show examples
Demonstrate
Give opportunities to practise
Give clear instructions (step by step).
Prompt
Do situational teaching
Revisit, recap and remind
Give repeated opportunities to practise.
Give repeated opportunities to practise.
MY EVIDENCE IS….
(write your evidence / example in the column  you have highlighted)




I like being In teams if they are fair and I congratulate my teammates if they score a try or a goal. I will try to be fair in the game if someone knocks it on. I improved on my drawing and passing in Touch and Rugby this year.




PE: Teamwork


Relationships: Teamwork

Related skills: take part, treat each member with respect, value all contributions, don’t take comments personally, work together.
I need help to interact with others.

I need help to participate in a team.
I can interact with others one to one.

I can participate in a team.
I can interact with others in a small group.

I can participate and take responsibility in a team.

I can interact with others in a team, adopting different roles to meet different demands.

I can participate and take responsibility in a team and explain my choices in terms of team outcomes.
I can interact confidently with others in a team and make individual compromises based on identifying ways to improve team outcomes.

I can participate in creating healthy teams by taking responsibility and critical action.
Effective Strategies
[insert strategies suggested by students and teachers]
Show examples, demonstrate and give opportunities to practise
Give clear instructions (step by step), prompt, do situational teaching.
Revisit, recap and remind
Give repeated opportunities to practise.
Give repeated opportunities to practise.
MY EVIDENCE IS….
(write your evidence / example in the column  you have highlighted)




Me and my mates in sports we all try to do teamworkIng practices and in touch we give the girls a run

Ryder DUE 2017 Athletics Reflection


2017 Athletics Reflection

Write your reflection on your participation, effort and performance in the 2017 Athletics competitions.

You could reflect on these questions.
  1. How well did I use a growth mindset to stay positive when the competition got tough?
  2. Did I manage to achieve my athletics goals and why/why not?
  3. In what ways did I represent my House well in the competition?
  4. What did I do well and how do I know?
  5. What was challenging and how do I know?
  6. What am I most proud of and why?

Start your writing here:
What am I most proud of and why? I am most proud of my sprints
because in my final I had a bad start but then I caught up and came 2nd.
What did I do well and how do I know?I reckon I did well in shot put because I came 3 and normally I come 4th or 5th.
Did I manage to achieve my athletics goals and why? My athletics goal was to get to zones for short sprints and I did.
What was challenging and how do I know? My discus was the most challenging because that's the one that I never practice so next year I will practice.
In what ways did I represent my House well in the competition? I represented Kowhai when I did the house relays and Kowhai came 1st.

Term 4 Goal


Term 4 Learning Goal
My Goal
My Goal is to stay consistently on green.

How am I going to achieve my goal?
List strategies that you can use to work towards achieving your goal.
To listen to the teacher while they're talking.
Be resilient and not give up
Be respectful to the speaker in groups, class and hub
Not talking when I shouldn't be

How will I know when I have achieved my goal?
At the end of the year I will have stayed on green.





Term 4 Learning Goal


           Term 4 Learning Goal

My Learning Goal
My learning goal is to complete my 40 book challenge.
How am I going to achieve my goal?
List strategies that you can use to work towards achieving your goal.
Read in SSR, bonus task time and at home.
Use the library to get out a range of books.
Log books each time I have finished reading them.
How will I know when I have achieved my goal?
When I have read and logged my books onto the 40 book challenge
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My Learner Qualities Goal
Communicate - I chose this one because I never worked well in a group that are not my friends.
How am I going to achieve my goal?
List strategies that you can use to work towards achieving your goal.
Get on with it and do it.
Work with different people each time, not just with my friends.
Stay on task
How will I know when I have achieved my goal?
Once I have finished with the group.
Getting work completed on time.
Sharing ideas and learning with the other members of my group.


Goal Review
What strategies have you used to improve? Have you made progress? How do you know?


My Next Step is...