Task Purpose: To learn about how deaf people communicate in a hearing world. To investigate the history, influences, future and importance of New Zealand Sign Language.
Curriculum Learning Goal: To recognise how Deaf people communicate and why this is important for their wellbeing. (Health) To recognise the similarities and differences between the Deaf and hearing communities in NZ and how these influence one another. (Social Science)
Literacy Learning Goal: Scan texts (written and visual) to locate and evaluate specific information. Evaluate information from more than one source, to identify key ideas and use these to form an opinion on the topic.
L3 Nov : 2018
Keywords: Vocabulary:, Listening eyes, Speaking Hands: The story of Deaf Education in New Zealand:, Specialised vocabulary: cochlear implants, Deaf, deaf education, Gerrit van Asch, hearing aids, New Zealand Sign Language, oralism, sign language, Sumner School for the Deaf, Total Communication (TC), van Asch Deaf Education Centre;, Interesting words: education, identity, relay, technology;, Idioms: culturally Deaf., Just Like Everyone Else:, 1, Specialised vocabulary: New Zealand Sign Language, professional interpreter, signs (as a verb),, Interesting words: abseiling, beat, bill (legal meaning), cartwheels, certificate, cheerleading, communicate, communicating, earplugs, fluent, interpret, kayaking, lyrics, national anthem, nicknames, Parliament, perfume, plait, publish, roster, sleepover somersaults, star jumps.
Curriculum levels: 3
Task Purpose: To identify ways people communicate through digital technologies and how these enhance their lives.
Curriculum Learning Goal: Technology Goal To understand how technological development expands human possibilities.
Literacy Learning Goal: To use prior knowledge and the information in the text to interpret abstract ideas. To work out complex, irregular, and/or ambiguous words by using strategies such as inferring the unknown from the known. To generate and answer questions to meet specific learning purposes.
Connected L4 : 2018
Keywords: Vocabulary:, Podcasting to the World:, Specialised vocabulary: blog, download, games console, Internet, navigation bar, podcast, script, technician;, Interesting words: audio, publish, reviewed, video., MeMe and Me:, Specialised vocabulary: cyber, emoticon, ringtones, smartphones, technology, texting; Interesting words: Amish, bullying, fantasy, friendship, horror, metallic, ninja, static, vacuuming., 1, Idioms: freaked u out, LOL, screeching, super-tired., Saving the Word, One Swipe at a Time, Specialised vocabulary: algorithm, cerebral palsy, connectivity, crowdfunding, digital, prototype, motor neuron disease, sensors, social media, software, technologies; Interesting words: alternative, ambitious, analysis, disabilities, discreet, electrical impulses, electrical signals, empower, metallic, navigate, solutions;, Idioms: money makes the world go round.
Task Purpose: To understand what affects our emotions and learn strategies for independently managing them.
Curriculum Learning Goal: Health & Physical Education Identify factors that affect emotional growth and develop skills to manage changes.
Literacy Learning Goal: Locate, evaluate and summarise information drawn from a small range of texts. Make notes to help generate content relevant to the learning purpose. Explain what has been learned to an audience, using relevant content, appropriate language within a suitable text structure.
Part 04 No. 01 : 2006
Keywords: Specialised: blush, breathe, capillaries, heat-release, sensitive, tissues., 1, Interest: ancestors, awkward, beech, confused, connected, embarrassment, feeling, forgotten, horrible, leaving, moustache, overheat, papier- mâché , physically, preparing, removal situation, spoils, weightless, woolly mammoth.
Task Purpose: To identify different ways we communicate with one another, and the key elements needed for successful communication To understand that when people communicate they can misunderstand each other for a number of reasons. To identify the common message about communication that links the two texts and why that message is important.
Curriculum Learning Goal: Health Goal : To learn how to improve relationships with others by listening carefully, checking what the other person/people mean, and by thinking carefully about what we say and how we say it. Social Science Goal: To understand how the ways people communicate is different depending on the time, place, technology available and the people themselves.
Literacy Learning Goal: Find clues in the text and draw on background experience to make inferences about underlying messages in the texts. Listen to others’ ideas and discuss own and others’ ideas to clarify my thinking.
L2 August : 2018
Keywords: Pen Pals:, Topic specific vocabulary: pen pals, housie, letters, Somervale,, Interesting vocabulary: retirement home, quizzes, concerts, mobility scooter, hopscotch, indoor bowls, inkwell, sixpence, dabbing, basketball, netball, confusing, pushbikes, Bridge, movies, dairy industry, shawl., Idioms: ‘shorts’, ripped off, full of beans, a ripe old age, puts mine to shame, The Perfect Presentation:, Topic specific vocabulary: communication, literal, misunderstanding, play, presentation, public speaking, speeches, eye contact, prop, slide, visual aids, Interesting vocabulary: drama, giving advice, helping, humour, teamwork, school, scrum., 1, Idioms: My ears are ringing
|Title||Task Purpose||Curriculum Learning Goal||Literacy Learning Goal||RYL|
|Communication L3 Sign language||To learn about how deaf people communicate in a hearing world. To investigate the history, influences, future and importance of New Zealand Sign Language.||To recognise how Deaf people communicate and why this is important for their wellbeing. (Health) To recognise the similarities and differences between the Deaf and hearing communities in NZ and how these influence one another. (Social Science)||Scan texts (written and visual) to locate and evaluate specific information. Evaluate information from more than one source, to identify key ideas and use these to form an opinion on the topic.|
|Communication L4 digital communication||To identify ways people communicate through digital technologies and how these enhance their lives.||Technology Goal To understand how technological development expands human possibilities.||To use prior knowledge and the information in the text to interpret abstract ideas. To work out complex, irregular, and/or ambiguous words by using strategies such as inferring the unknown from the known. To generate and answer questions to meet specific learning purposes.|
|Building Resilience L3 Emotions||To understand what affects our emotions and learn strategies for independently managing them.||Health & Physical Education Identify factors that affect emotional growth and develop skills to manage changes.||Locate, evaluate and summarise information drawn from a small range of texts. Make notes to help generate content relevant to the learning purpose. Explain what has been learned to an audience, using relevant content, appropriate language within a suitable text structure.|
|Communication L2 How we communicate||To identify different ways we communicate with one another, and the key elements needed for successful communication To understand that when people communicate they can misunderstand each other for a number of reasons. To identify the common message about communication that links the two texts and why that message is important.||Health Goal : To learn how to improve relationships with others by listening carefully, checking what the other person/people mean, and by thinking carefully about what we say and how we say it. Social Science Goal: To understand how the ways people communicate is different depending on the time, place, technology available and the people themselves.||Find clues in the text and draw on background experience to make inferences about underlying messages in the texts. Listen to others’ ideas and discuss own and others’ ideas to clarify my thinking.|
|School U Grade||Pricing (incl. GST)|
|All other organisations:||$170.00|
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