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11 December
2020

Adventurers and Explorers L2 Strengths and Resilience

Task Purpose: To identify how we can use and develop our strengths to be successful, even when things are difficult. To make connections between texts, to find their common messages.

Curriculum Learning Goal: Health and PE goal: To understand how recognising and developing personal strengths contributes to our sense of self-worth. Social Science Goal: To understand how people make choices to meet their needs and wants.

Literacy Learning Goal: Literacy goals To locate, record, and organise ideas and information using a framework as a guide. To evaluate specific information in terms of its relevance to the learning task, choosing which information to include and which to leave out.

A Bit of a Laugh: Specialised vocabulary: Mount Everest, summit, tracks; Interest vocabulary: aircraft mechanic, pushbike, Second World War, staggering; Idioms: downtown, science mad. Iron Tamariki: Specialised vocabulary: buoy, goggles, insulation, “rashie,” togs, transition, wetsuits; Interest vocabulary: cruising, rhythm, weird; Te reo Māori vocabulary: E toru Kiromita, kia kaha, kia tere, tamariki, whānau; Idioms: buzz, cold as, crack up, cuzzie, Duh, “Far!”, fulla, mean (good), wiped out, “yakking up a storm,” “Yeah, nah.” A Bit of a Laugh: Specialised vocabulary: Mount Everest, summit, tracks; Interest vocabulary: aircraft mechanic, pushbike, Second World War, staggering; Idioms: downtown, science mad. Iron Tamariki: Specialised vocabulary: buoy, goggles, insulation, “rashie,” togs, transition, wetsuits; Interest vocabulary: cruising, rhythm, weird; Te reo Māori vocabulary: E toru Kiromita, kia kaha, kia tere, tamariki, whānau; Idioms: buzz, cold as, crack up, cuzzie, Duh, “Far!”, fulla, mean (good), wiped out, “yakking up a storm,” “Yeah, nah.”

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11 December
2020

Adventurers and Explorers L3 Venturing Beyond our shores

Task Purpose: To identify how people develop resilience by pushing themselves, even when things go wrong. To identify why explorers choose their paths to do what they do.

Curriculum Learning Goal: Key Competency goal – Managing Self: To identify how people develop resilience and use this to achieve their goals. Social Science Goal: To understand how people view places differently.

Literacy Learning Goal: Literacy goals To use several related items of information in the text, to infer ideas and information that are not directly stated.

Surviving the Nile: Topic specific vocabulary: cataracts, channels, dams, Flying Inflatable Boats (FIB), hyacinth, Khartoum, outboards, rapids, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania, tongues, Ugandan; waterfalls, Zapcats; Interest vocabulary: ascent, devastated, motorised, satellite, vegetation, volunteers; Idioms: over in a flash, waving frantically. Hine-o-te-Rangi: The Adventures of Jean Batten Topic specific vocabulary: aerodrome, aeroplane mechanics, flight log, fuel, goggles, leather helmet, leg, meteorology, navigation, stub exhaust pipes, trainee pilots; Interest vocabulary: avidly, foolhardy, isolation, undaunted; Idioms: brought traffic and trams to a standstill; encrusted with stars; epic journey; hers for the taking; made the headlines. Iris and Dogstar: Topic specific vocabulary: bailing, bow, cockpit, electronic chart plotter, galley, headsail, hull, knots, mainsail, marina, overboard, port, starboard, stern, stowed, swell, trimmed, winches; Interest vocabulary: albatrosses, biosecurity, customs officer, hysterical, immigration, New Caledonia, Nouméa , Opua, passports, regurgitated, squalls; Abbreviations and Acronyms, SSE, GPS, EPIRB, VHF; Idioms: a bit spewy; no drama; on the upside; super windy; throwing up. Surviving the Nile: Topic specific vocabulary: cataracts, channels, dams, Flying Inflatable Boats (FIB), hyacinth, Khartoum, outboards, rapids, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania, tongues, Ugandan; waterfalls, Zapcats; Interest vocabulary: ascent, devastated, motorised, satellite, vegetation, volunteers; Idioms: over in a flash, waving frantically. Hine-o-te-Rangi: The Adventures of Jean Batten Topic specific vocabulary: aerodrome, aeroplane mechanics, flight log, fuel, goggles, leather helmet, leg, meteorology, navigation, stub exhaust pipes, trainee pilots; Interest vocabulary: avidly, foolhardy, isolation, undaunted; Idioms: brought traffic and trams to a standstill; encrusted with stars; epic journey; hers for the taking; made the headlines. Iris and Dogstar: Topic specific vocabulary: bailing, bow, cockpit, electronic chart plotter, galley, headsail, hull, knots, mainsail, marina, overboard, port, starboard, stern, stowed, swell, trimmed, winches; Interest vocabulary: albatrosses, biosecurity, customs officer, hysterical, immigration, New Caledonia, Nouméa , Opua, passports, regurgitated, squalls; Abbreviations and Acronyms, SSE, GPS, EPIRB, VHF; Idioms: a bit spewy; no drama; on the upside; super windy; throwing up.

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11 December
2020

Adventurers and Explorers L3 Kiwi Kid adventures

Task Purpose: To identify how people can find enjoyment by facing challenges together. To identify why people undertake journeys and what they learn from doing them.

Curriculum Learning Goal: Health and PE Goal: Describe how participation in enjoyable physical activities, in a range of environments, assists in the promotion of wellbeing. Social Science Goal: Understand why people in the present day want to explore places that are new to them. Languages Goal: Use a Māori-English dictionary to find translations from te reo Māori to English and English to te reo Māori.

Literacy Learning Goal: Literacy goals Use several related items of information in a text, to infer ideas and information that are not directly stated. Effectively record, organise and use ideas and information gathered from texts to evaluate and integrate information.

Boy on a Bike: Topic specific vocabulary: elevation charts, en route, fat bike, headwind, kilojoules, peripheral vision, pledge page, St John cadet, suspension bridge; Interest vocabulary: compromise, frantically, prepare mentally, robust, sandwiching, social media, squinted, underestimate; Idioms: comes into play, put foot to pedal, Personification :the wind howled; Place Names: Ahipara, Ninety Mile Beach, Pureora Forest. The Longest Walk: Topic specific vocabulary: beech, boulders, estuary, flora, kōkako, moraine, mountain passes, saddle, scree, suburban, Te Araroa (the long pathway), tussock; Interest vocabulary: ancient, brace, calculations, clamber, dislodge, dulled, kōkako, occasionally, pyramid, scoffs; Place Names: Bluff, Cape Rēinga, Invercargill, Mount Ngāuruhoe, Mount Tongariro, Mount Travers, Poukirirkiri (Travers Saddle), Pureora, Nelson Lakes National Park, Rakiura, Rotomairewhenua (Blue Lake), Rotopōueroa (Lake Constance), Sabine Valley, Southland, Tāmakimakaurau (Auckland), Te Ika-a-Māui (North Island), Te Oneroa-a-Tohē (Ninety Mile Beach), Te Waipounamu (South Island), Waikato, Whanganui River. Boy on a Bike: Topic specific vocabulary: elevation charts, en route, fat bike, headwind, kilojoules, peripheral vision, pledge page, St John cadet, suspension bridge; Interest vocabulary: compromise, frantically, prepare mentally, robust, sandwiching, social media, squinted, underestimate; Idioms: comes into play, put foot to pedal, Personification :the wind howled; Place Names: Ahipara, Ninety Mile Beach, Pureora Forest. The Longest Walk: Topic specific vocabulary: beech, boulders, estuary, flora, kōkako, moraine, mountain passes, saddle, scree, suburban, Te Araroa (the long pathway), tussock; Interest vocabulary: ancient, brace, calculations, clamber, dislodge, dulled, kōkako, occasionally, pyramid, scoffs; Place Names: Bluff, Cape Rēinga, Invercargill, Mount Ngāuruhoe, Mount Tongariro, Mount Travers, Poukirirkiri (Travers Saddle), Pureora, Nelson Lakes National Park, Rakiura, Rotomairewhenua (Blue Lake), Rotopōueroa (Lake Constance), Sabine Valley, Southland, Tāmakimakaurau (Auckland), Te Ika-a-Māui (North Island), Te Oneroa-a-Tohē (Ninety Mile Beach), Te Waipounamu (South Island), Waikato, Whanganui River.

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11 December
2020

Adventurers and Explorers L4 Explorers in space

Task Purpose: To find out about satellites and what they do/are used for. To identify the science behind how rockets work and how they escape Earth’s atmosphere. To identify how and why humans are exploring space as the ‘final frontier.’

Curriculum Learning Goal: Technology Goal: To understand how technological development such as rockets and satellites, expand knowledge about space. Science Goal: To understand forces that are involved in launching a rocket, escaping Earth’s atmosphere and maintaining an orbit.

Literacy Learning Goal: Literacy goals To link several pieces of information in the text, combined with prior knowledge to make sense of unfamiliar or complicated information. To record and effectively organise ideas and information gathered from texts into graphic organisers and apply these ideas and information into a captivating narrative. To clearly explain how technological developments such as satellites and rockets work to develop and extend knowledge about space.

The Space Race: Topic specific vocabulary: antennae, atmosphere, exploded, gravity, intercontinental ballistic missile, launch, orbit, rocket, satellite, signals, Soviet Union, space, Sputnik; Interest vocabulary: embarrassed, impressive, infamous, pinprick, pollution, surrendered, transmit; Idioms: dipped back down, you can bet. One Small Step: Topic specific vocabulary: Apollo Programme, astronauts, astronomy, autopilot, blasted off, command module, crew, descent, docking, engines, Florida, hatch, Houston Space Centre, Kennedy Space Centre, life support units, lunar module, lunar surface, meteorites, moon quakes, pilot, quarantine chamber, Sea of Tranquillity, seismometer, silicon, spacecraft, splashdown; Interest vocabulary: disinfectant, electrical spark, experiments, glided through space, human history, primitive tragedy, uttered; Idioms: alarms shrilled, “hang tight, you’re go”, sideswiped, thundered skyward. Kiwis in Space: Topic specific vocabulary: altitude, astronaut, atmosphere, carbon composite, combustion chamber, cosmonaut, Electron rocket, fibres, force, gravity, joules, launch, launch azimuth, manufacturing facility, orbital path, payload, Rocket Lab, satellite, software, stage, turbo-pumps; Interest vocabulary: commercial companies, communications, continuous, equator, government agencies, horizontal, innovative, intervene, milestone, nozzle, physicist, propels, proverb; Idioms: ‘People come and go, but the land is forever’ The Space Race: Topic specific vocabulary: antennae, atmosphere, exploded, gravity, intercontinental ballistic missile, launch, orbit, rocket, satellite, signals, Soviet Union, space, Sputnik; Interest vocabulary: embarrassed, impressive, infamous, pinprick, pollution, surrendered, transmit; Idioms: dipped back down, you can bet. One Small Step: Topic specific vocabulary: Apollo Programme, astronauts, astronomy, autopilot, blasted off, command module, crew, descent, docking, engines, Florida, hatch, Houston Space Centre, Kennedy Space Centre, life support units, lunar module, lunar surface, meteorites, moon quakes, pilot, quarantine chamber, Sea of Tranquillity, seismometer, silicon, spacecraft, splashdown; Interest vocabulary: disinfectant, electrical spark, experiments, glided through space, human history, primitive tragedy, uttered; Idioms: alarms shrilled, “hang tight, you’re go”, sideswiped, thundered skyward. Kiwis in Space: Topic specific vocabulary: altitude, astronaut, atmosphere, carbon composite, combustion chamber, cosmonaut, Electron rocket, fibres, force, gravity, joules, launch, launch azimuth, manufacturing facility, orbital path, payload, Rocket Lab, satellite, software, stage, turbo-pumps; Interest vocabulary: commercial companies, communications, continuous, equator, government agencies, horizontal, innovative, intervene, milestone, nozzle, physicist, propels, proverb; Idioms: ‘People come and go, but the land is forever’

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11 October
2020

Disappearing L2 Native birds

Task Purpose: To find out what is causing the numbers of New Zealand native birds to fall. To inform others about why some New Zealand native birds are disappearing.

Curriculum Learning Goal: Science learning goals: Recognise that native birds have certain requirements to survive and stay alive. Promote awareness of the steps people can take to stop the numbers of native birds falling.

Literacy Learning Goal: Literacy learning goals Become familiar with and use language in discussion and writing that relate to the curriculum topic. Select key information, make notes and organize information to achieve the learning purpose.

Vocabulary Bird of the Year Specialized: Black Petrel, endangered, endemic, extinct, Kākāpō, habitats, Parakeet, predators; Interest: competition, environment, favourite, starving. And the Winner is… Specialised: danger status, endemic, extinct, habitat, tuft, talons; Interest: claws, competition, disturb, flightless, heaviest, mimic, nocturnal, status, widespread. Vocabulary Bird of the Year Specialized: Black Petrel, endangered, endemic, extinct, Kākāpō, habitats, Parakeet, predators; Interest: competition, environment, favourite, starving. And the Winner is… Specialised: danger status, endemic, extinct, habitat, tuft, talons; Interest: claws, competition, disturb, flightless, heaviest, mimic, nocturnal, status, widespread.

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11 October
2020

Disappearing L3 Unwanted visitors

Task Purpose: To find out about some of the reasons why New Zealand’s plants and animals are unique. To find out what is being done to protect New Zealand’s endemic species.

Curriculum Learning Goal: Science goals Explain how New Zealand native and endemic animals and plants are suited to their habitat and identify what problems they face and what is being done to protect them. Appreciate that some living things in New Zealand are quite different from living things in other parts of the world.

Literacy Learning Goal: Literacy goals Use a range of clues in the text and prior experience to make predictions about what the reading might be about and confirm by reading. Generate and answer questions to meet specific learning purposes. Skim material using a range of text clues to identify what the material is about. Scan the material for specific information. Locate, evaluate and integrate information across a small range of texts.

Vocabulary: Unwanted Visitors Specialised; beagle, biosecurity, eradication, fauna, flora, foot and mouth disease, fungal disease, kauri dieback, insecticide, myrtle rust; Interest: assets, customs, economy, havoc, horticulture, mango, oddities, quarantine, security, stowaways, territory, uniqueness, vulnerable. Vocabulary: Unwanted Visitors Specialised; beagle, biosecurity, eradication, fauna, flora, foot and mouth disease, fungal disease, kauri dieback, insecticide, myrtle rust; Interest: assets, customs, economy, havoc, horticulture, mango, oddities, quarantine, security, stowaways, territory, uniqueness, vulnerable.

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