Task Purpose: To understand how to stay safe when swimming in a river. To understand the steps to take before jumping or diving into a river. to understand ways to keep yourself and others safe near or in rivers
Curriculum Learning Goal: Health Goals Identify risks and their causes and describe safe practices to manage these.
Literacy Learning Goal: Scan to locate and summarise key ideas. Draw on a range of related ideas to infer the feelings of the narrator.
L3 June : 2018
Keywords: Vocabulary:, Specialised: aglitter, boogie board, flasks, Ipa, mermaid, minions, Te Whanaupani, watercress., Interest vocabulary: desperately, emerging, essentials, gasping, squealed, swallowed, tripled, torrent, verandah., Colloquial language: boogie board., Māori: taniwha.
Task Purpose: To find out how families celebrate special days together.
Curriculum Learning Goal: Social sciences goal Understand how people celebrate what is important to them and what they believe in.
Literacy Learning Goal: Listen to others’ information and discuss own information to find what is similar and what is different. Identify key steps in the way that people celebrate by summarizing and ordering main ideas.
Part 01 No. 04 : 2007
Keywords: Vocabulary:, Brothers’ and Sisters’ day, Specialised: barfi, cardamom, ghee, Raksha Bandhan, rachis (bracelets),Shravan. Interest: artificial, syrup., White Sunday:, Specialised: Lotu Tamaiti, puletasi (lāvalava and top). Interest: memorised, microphone, nervous, rehearsed., Ten Waka For Christmas, Specialised: Kererū, koru, Kuia.
Curriculum levels: 2
Task Purpose: To understand how it feels when a friend moves away. To build strategies that help people to cope with their feelings when someone important moves away.
Curriculum Learning Goal: Understand that when people move to other places this creates changes for the people moving and those left behind.(Social Sciences) Identify ways of maintaining and enhancing relationships between individuals. (Health)
Literacy Learning Goal: Read and locate clues in the text and draw on background knowledge to make inferences about how a character is feeling. Identify, select and note down key information from a specific text.
L2 August : 2015
Keywords: Vocabulary:, Best Mates, Interest: daze, enemies, Hāngi, lead, leaving, moko, mokopuna, moving, sandwiches, surprise, winded., Boring Street, Interest: attachment, hydro slide, practising, skateboard.
Task Purpose: To distinguish between traditional foods and foods more commonly associated with New Zealand To build and widen the food vocabulary used to precisely describe food. To find out about the cultural practices that surround food gathering, preparation and cooking and the reasons why these are in place.
Curriculum Learning Goal: Cultural practices vary but reflect similar purposes.
Literacy Learning Goal: To build and extend the range of vocabulary used to describe food appearance, taste and texture.
Level 2 Aug : 2012
Curriculum levels: 3
|Title||Task Purpose||Curriculum Learning Goal||Literacy Learning Goal||RYL|
|Summer Safety L3 River safety||To understand how to stay safe when swimming in a river. To understand the steps to take before jumping or diving into a river. to understand ways to keep yourself and others safe near or in rivers||Health Goals Identify risks and their causes and describe safe practices to manage these.||Scan to locate and summarise key ideas. Draw on a range of related ideas to infer the feelings of the narrator.|
|Celebrations and Festivals L2 Celebrating with our Families||To find out how families celebrate special days together.||Social sciences goal Understand how people celebrate what is important to them and what they believe in.||Listen to others’ information and discuss own information to find what is similar and what is different. Identify key steps in the way that people celebrate by summarizing and ordering main ideas.|
|Migration L2 Left Behind||To understand how it feels when a friend moves away. To build strategies that help people to cope with their feelings when someone important moves away.||Understand that when people move to other places this creates changes for the people moving and those left behind.(Social Sciences) Identify ways of maintaining and enhancing relationships between individuals. (Health)||Read and locate clues in the text and draw on background knowledge to make inferences about how a character is feeling. Identify, select and note down key information from a specific text.|
|Kiwiana L3 NZ food||To distinguish between traditional foods and foods more commonly associated with New Zealand To build and widen the food vocabulary used to precisely describe food. To find out about the cultural practices that surround food gathering, preparation and cooking and the reasons why these are in place.||Cultural practices vary but reflect similar purposes.||To build and extend the range of vocabulary used to describe food appearance, taste and texture.|
|School U Grade||Pricing (incl. GST)|
|All other organisations:||NZD $170.00|
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