Relating to others

Relating to others is about interacting effectively with a diverse range of people in a variety of contexts. This competency includes the ability to listen actively, recognise different points of view, negotiate, and share ideas.

Students who relate well to others are open to new learning and able to take different roles in different situations. They are aware of how their words and actions affect others. They know when it is appropriate to compete and when it is appropriate to co-operate. By working effectively together, they can come up with new approaches, ideas, and ways of thinking.

HB Tāwhiri Term 4 Inquiry

  • Posted on: 13 October 2021
  • By: BonnieDalton

This term we are focusing on 'Protecting our Marine Environments' based on the large amount of interest in conservation, the ocean, and it's creatures within.

In this topic we will be learning about;

- Sea Creatures
- Plastic Pollution
_ Visiting the Rocky Shore
- Creating Art pieces about the ocean/pollution
- Learning about the sand dunes
- Big questions e.g. why is the sea salty
- Writing about issues to do with ocean conservation

2021 Term 4: Maths Stage 4 AC Mult Div

  • Posted on: 1 October 2021
  • By: MelvaGill

Students will work three x a week with myself and with follow up mathsbuddy activities to develop skills that will include;

Number Strategies AO1:
Use simple additive strategies with whole numbers and fractions.
Number Knowledge AO1:
Know forward and backward counting sequences with whole numbers to at least 1000.
Number Strategies AO1:
Use a range of additive and simple multiplicative strategies with whole numbers and fractions
Number Knowledge AO1:
Know basic multiplication and division facts.

2021 Term 4: Kōwhai Reading Level 3 Melva

  • Posted on: 1 October 2021
  • By: MelvaGill

We will focus on one texts three x a week. The LA will read with the children and support the modeling of decoding and comprehension strategies.
Students also use independent reading skills, where they apply the strategies they have learned over the week.
Guided reading sessions could will use the Sharp Reading strategy to read aloud together and individually share comprehension and then one of four follow up thoughts,
visualization, links to prior learning, links to text, predictions.

Through these strategies, students will use level 3 skills to:

2021 Term 4: Kōwhai Reading Level 4 Melva

  • Posted on: 1 October 2021
  • By: MelvaGill

We will focus on one texts three x a week. The LA will read with the children and support the modeling of decoding and comprehension strategies.
Students also use independent reading skills, where they apply the strategies they have learned over the week.
Guided reading sessions could will use the Sharp Reading strategy to read aloud together and individually share comprehension and then one of four follow up thoughts,
visualization, links to prior learning, links to text, predictions.

Through these strategies, students will use level 3 skills to:

2021 T3 Numeracy Stage 1 - 4

  • Posted on: 9 August 2021
  • By: PetaBerry

We begin counting forward and back to 10, then to 20, then to 100. Within our range that we are learning we learn the number before and after. We learn facts to 5 such as 1+4, 0+5, 2+3, 3+2 etc. We need instant recall of these facts/number bonds. We then move to learning facts with 5 eg 5+2, 5+4 and then facts to 10 eg 7+3, 6+4.
Learning then moves to doubles 3+3 firstly to ten and then to 20. We learn to use our doubles in relation to 1/2s and subtraction eg 6-3.

2021 T3 Reading Level 1

  • Posted on: 9 August 2021
  • By: PetaBerry

At NE level we are learning that the picture in the book relates to the text, the difference between letters and words, and how we can use the picture and the beginning and end sound of the word to help us decipher the text. We point to each word as we read them. This helps us to recognise different words. We learn about the different parts of the book eg front cover, title page back cover, author and illustrator. We slowly start learning some high frequency words (HFW) such as I, is, to, the, am, and etc. Sometimes we write them on a white board in reading.

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