Learning in P3 T2.2 6/3/2017

posted 5 Mar 2017, 00:13 by Primary 3 Teacher
Big Question IPC: What makes a good scientist? 


Knowledge

  • Know the names and properties of a range of materials

  • Know the conventional symbols for electrical circuits (Wire, battery, light, bell)

Skill

  • To be able to pose scientific questions

  • To be able to identify ways of finding out about scientific issues

Literacy Big Questions:
How can I create a fantasy story and capture the  audience?
How can I edit and adapt my writing to improve my communication?

The Magic Brush

Composition


Consider what they are going to write before beginning by:

Knowledge

I know new vocabulary for my writing


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 fantasy stories


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

Maths Big Question: In how many different ways can you make the number 8?



Knowledge

  • Doubles and halves facts


Skills

  • To be able to double two-digit numbers using partitioning (answers less than 100).

  • To be able to halve two-digit numbers using partitioning (friendly numbers).

  • To be able to add any pair of two-digit numbers using partitioning.

  • To be able to add any pair of two-digit numbers using partitioning or counting on in tens and ones.

  • To be able to subtract a two-digit number by counting back in tens (not crossing 10s).

  • To be able to subtract a two-digit number by counting back in tens.

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