All year you have been writing your weekly learning intentions in your reflection journals and then reflecting on them at the end of the week. This is a fantastic way for you to personalise your own learning and to reflect on whether on not you were successful over the week and whether you need to do some extra work on a particular area.
This week we have asked you to post your learning intentions on the blog.
I wonder if this will make you more accountable to these learning intention and wheher you’ll find that you are more successful because you publically said what you intended to learn?
You have also been asked to think about the success criteria for your learning intention.
How will you know if you are successful?
By posting your learning intentions on the blog, the whole community including your parents have an opportunity to comment on your success!
Our whole community Learning Intentions this week are:
We are learning to:
take responsability for our learning (by completing work in the set time, by asking for help, by recording the instructions on our ipads…)
read analog clocks
record the time on analog clocks
convert 24 hour time to standard (am/pm) time
calculate elapsed time problems
discuss the texts we read using the Literature circles roles in order to improve our undertsanding of the text
write a biography
use PowerPoint to direct our learning
use PowerPoint to record our learning using mixed media