How We Organize Ourselves

How We Organize Ourselves

An inquiry into the interconnectedness of human-made systems and communities; the structure and function of organizations; societal decision-making; economic activities and their impact on humankind and the environment.

26 February – 13 April 2018

Trans-theme How We Organize Ourselves
Central Idea ways and systems in which we communicate have varying degrees of effectiveness
Key Concepts function, change and perspective
Related Concepts system, communication and effective
Lines of Inquiry
  • The procedures required for different forms of communication
  • The change of communication systems to suit the needs of the society
  • Different communication methods for different purposes
Learner Profiles Inquirers, Communicators, Knowledgeable
Trans-skills Thinking skills, Communication skills

 

Subjects WALT WILF Exploring the concepts (function, change and perspective) or related concepts (system, communication and effective)
UOI
  1. different forms of communication
  2. the function of communication
  3. what communication system is
  4. communication systems people use nowadays and in the past
  5. people’s needs in communication
  6. what communication method is
  7. different purposes of communication method
  1. the roles of each factors of communication
  2. procedures to communicate using different forms of communication
  3. the reasons of the change of communication system
  4. ways to apply communication methods for certain purpose
  5. effectiveness of communication methods
Key Concepts: function, change and perspective
Related Concepts: system, communication and effective
ICT
  1. WALT: Types with ten fingers
  1. WALT:  Types a simple document.
  • Positions fingers on the homework.
  • Types simple sentences with common punctuations (full stop and comma) with ten fingers on the correct positions.
  • Uses shift key to type capital letters.
  • Types five words per minute with ten fingers on the correct positions.

 

  • Starts a new document.
  • Uses the correct allignment.
  • Starts a new sentence with a capital letter.
  • Uses font types (bold, italic, underline).
  • Formats text with color, size, and style.
MATHS Numbers up to 100 Number:

Whole Number (up to 100)

1. Represents numbers or quantities which are more than 20 by number and words

2. Counts large number of quantities (grouping by tens and ones)

3.    Creates number lines and compares numbers based on their position on number line

4. Reads and writes numbers/quantities up to 100

5. Determines the value of each number’s digit

Addition and Subtraction (up to 100)

1.   Performs addition without regrouping

2.    Performs addition with regrouping

3.    Performs addition in column form

4.   Performs subtraction without regrouping

5.   Performs subtraction with regrouping

6.    Performs subtraction in column form

7. Solves problems involving addition or subtraction

system
BAHASA INDONESIA/PKN Melakukan percakapan sederhana

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Membaca cerita pendek

 

 

Menulis kalimat sederhana dan menulis surat

 

 

 

 

 

Mengenal hak

  • Melakukan percakapan sederhana dengan menggunakan kalimat dan kosakata yang sudah dikuasai
  • Melaksanakan sesuatu sesuai dengan perintah atau petunjuk sederhana.
  • Menyampaikan rasa suka atau tidak suka tentang suatu hal atau kegiatan dengan alasan sederhana
  • Membaca lancar cerita pendek dengan intonasi yang tepat
  • Menulis teks terima kasih.
  • Menulis kalimat sederhana dengan huruf kapital dan tanda baca yang benar
  • Menulis kata / kalimat sederhana yang didiktekan guru
  • Menulis surat untuk anggota keluarga
  • Mengenal hak kita

 

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