Learning in P3 4/12/2017

posted 4 Dec 2017, 16:49 by Primary 3 Teacher   [ updated 4 Dec 2017, 16:50 ]
Our Big Question in IPC - Why are some people remembered more than others?
Music Guiding Questions: How have musicians changed the world around them?
Art Guiding Questions: How have artists changed the world around them? 

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                                                     Joan Miro -   Spain                                  Piet Mondrian - The Netherlands 

Knowledge
I know facts about famous artists from my home and other countries
I know facts about famous artists from my home and other countries

Skills
I can play simple rhythms with a steady beat
I can comment on works of art

Performance of Thinking
How have musicians and artists impacted on people's lives - are they accountable global citizens? 

Our Big Question in Literacy - How can I edit and adapt my writing to improve my communication?

Composition


Consider what they are going to write before beginning by:

Knowledge

I know new vocabulary for my writing (adjectives)


Skills

To be able to plan or say what they are going to write about

To be able to write down ideas and/or keywords, including new vocabulary


Develop positive attitudes towards and stamina for writing by:

Skills

To be able to write narratives using a similar structure


Make simple additions, revisions and corrections to their own writing by:

To be able to re-read to check that their writing makes sense

To be able to proof-read to check for errors in spelling, grammar and punctuation

To be able to read aloud what they’ve written

To be able to check that verbs to indicate time are used correctly

To be able to include verbs in the continuous form



Our Big Question in Maths -  How can I make a math problem visible in different ways?


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Knowledge


Know the multiples of 10

Know number bonds up to 20

Know the nearest multiple of 10 from any number 


Skills

  • To be able to Add and subtract 20, 30, 40, 50 to/from two-digit numbers (answer less than 100); 
  • To be able to Add 11, 12, 13, 21, 22, 23, 31, 32 and 33 to two-digit numbers (answer less than 100); 
  • To be able to begin to subtract 11, 12, 21 and 22 from two-digit numbers


Performance of Thinking


Make your maths problem visible in different ways