This Term in English the students will be
learning about procedural texts in both informative and imaginative structures.
They will learn to create a procedural text and be able to recognise a
They will also listen to, read and interpret a
series of narrative texts to create an innovation.
In this unit students apply a variety of
mathematical concepts in real-life, life-like and purely mathematical
situations. Through the proficiency strands - Understanding, Fluency, Problem
solving and Reasoning, students have opportunities to develop understandings
Fractions and decimals - halving and doubling
Number and Place value - use standard and
nonstandard partitioning of two-digit numbers, count in number patterns, model
numbers with a range of materials, add single digit numbers to two digit
numbers, subtract multiples of ten, represent part unknown, develop and refine
mental strategies for addition and subtraction problems, represent part
Chance - identify chance events
Data representation and interpretation - gather
and represent data Patterns and algebra - investigate growing patterns, connect
counting sequences to growing patterns, represent addition and subtraction
Using units of measurement - compare and sequence
familiar events in time order/length
this unit students explore sources of light and sound and the senses used to
observe them. They manipulate materials to observe how light and sound are
produced, and how changes can be made to light and sound effects. They examine
how light and sound are used in everyday life and by a variety of cultures.
They make predictions; share ideas and sort information about light and sound
and represent and communicate their understandings in a variety of ways
Students will explore basic colour theory and have opportunities to discuss how artists use colour. Students will produce artwork that incorporate different colour schemes.