Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Telling the time

WALT: share our learning about telling the time

Success Criteria:
  • text and some images
  • check we have the correct time
  • clear message (explanation)
 Blue Hat
What did I learn?
Black Hat
What did I find the most difficult?
Green Hat
What would I do differently if I could start my learning about time again?

Kinetic and Potential Energy

WALT: create an i-movie to demonstrate kinetic and potential energy 
 How will we know our movie is successful? 
ü clear camera work (thinking about the sun, keeping the camera still-moving slowly, in focus) 
ü clear voices and image (volume, wind, background noises, mumbling) 
ü clear message - might need to explain the images (text to match the words, is the science correct?) Reflective Prompts:
I now know that: i now know that Potential Energy to move because you have Potential Energy to move
I enjoyed: i enjoyed making the movie because i help doing the movie.
The most difficult was: the most difficult was when people got in are way because we didi't get enough time.
Working with my group was: working with my group was a bit hard because a deferent group got in are way.
You have used the slide as a model of kinetic and potential energy. Remember the ball has potential (stored) energy when it is at the top of the slide because you have done work on it. When the ball is rolling down the slide it has kinetic energy.

Haiku Deck

WALT: summarise what we read

Success Criteria:
Find the key word 
Record the main ideas
Retell what we have read

What have you learned ? (What) 

Why is it important? (So what)

How are you going to use what you have learned? (Now what?)

What is your next learning step (Now what?)

You can find the main ideas in what you read. You use these main ideas and the key words to create a summary. Memphis, you need to remember to read every night to help you practise your comprehension strategies so you better understand what you read.

Thursday, 5 June 2014


How do you feel about your integrity movie? 
I feel about my integrity 
What parts of it do you particularly like and why? 

What did/do you enjoy about this your integrity movie? 

You and your group have created a fantastic movie with a clear message. You have used the success criteria to make sure that have an example of integrity and you have explained what it means to show integrity. 
Remember to think about your learning. Use the reflection questions to help guide your thinking.