1819 Grade 3 – Who We Are (31 July – 31 August 2018)

An inquiry into the nature of the self; beliefs and values; personal, physical, mental, social and spiritual health; human relationships including families, friends, communities and cultures; rights and responsibilities; what it means to be human.

Central Idea

People have developed human rights in order to live in harmony.

Key Concepts

Causation

Perspective

Responsibility

Related Concepts

human rights, harmony, equity

Lines of inquiry

How human rights developed

Why human needs rights

How responsibilities go along with rights

English

Listening and Speaking:

·          Listen attentively and speak appropriately in small and large group interactions

·          Retell familiar stories in sequence

·          Pick out main events and relevant points in oral texts

·          Anticipate and predict when listening to text read aloud

·          Speaks appropriate language based on purpose, audience and context

Reading:

·          Develop personal preferences, selecting books for pleasure and information

·          Identify and explain the basic structure of a story – beginning, middle and end

·          Make predictions about a story, based on their own knowledge and experience, revise or confirm predictions as the story progresses

·          Discuss personality and behavior of storybook characters, commenting on reasons why they might react in particular ways discuss their own experiences and relate them to fiction and non-fiction texts

 

WALT – To prepare and present a poster to explain my rights and responsibilities as a CHAMPION for ourselves, our families and our country

WILF – I can:

·          Explain the meaning of personal rights

·          Explain the meaning of my responsibilities

·          Organise my rights and responsibilities into the 3 CHAMPION areas

·          Prepare and present a poster to explain my rights and responsibilities as a CHAMPION

Writing:

·          Apply the steps of the writing process

·          Proofread their own writing and make some corrections and improvements (re-read, edit and revise)

·          Use a dictionary, a thesaurus, and word bank to extend their use of language

 

 

Text Type: Report –

Children’s rights and responsibilities

Bahasa Indonesia

Mendengar dan Berbicara: Menceritakan isi teks surat berdasarkan pertanyaan yang dibuat.

Membaca:

Membaca isi teks surat tanggapan.

Memahami bagian-bagian surat.

Menulis:

*Menulis surat tanggapan.

*Merumuskan pertanyaan-pertanyaan yang berhubungan dengan isi teks surat

Mandarin

Listening and Speaking:

Listen attentively and speak appropriately about family
Listen attentively and speak appropriately about family with correct pronunciation and tones.

Reading:

Read word and sentences about family in hanyu pinyin with correct pronunciation and tone
Read chinese radical with correct pronunciation and tone
Read chinese characters with correct pronunciation and tone

Writing:

Can write hanyu pinyin about family
Can write chinese character
Key Concept : Responsibility
WALT : We learn about family
WILF:

Able to describe family in mandarin with correct pronunciation and tone
Able to read hanyu pinyin and chinese characters about family
Able to write hanyu pinyin and chinese characters about activities

Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
Delivers an idea through a short video
WALT: Delivers an idea through a short video

WILF:

Cite resources
Record video
Record and edit audio
Add pictures
Add and format text
Save as a video file.

Mathematics

Symmetry and Transformation (Symmetrical Pattern)

1. Identifies symmetric figures

2. Identifies lines of reflective symmetry

3. Completes symmetric figures with respect to a given horizontal/ vertical line of symmetry

4. Designs and creates symmetric figures

Whole Number (4-digit whole number)

1. Reads and writes numbers which are more than one thousand

2. Identifies place value and digit value that construct a number

3. Writes numbers in expanded notation

4. Compares and orders numbers or quantities

5. Performs addition and subtraction of numbers

6. Solves addition and subtraction word problems (use model/diagrams)

7. Rounds off number to the nearest hundreds or thousands

8. Evaluate reasonableness of an answers by estimating result

Visual Arts

Creating :

Take responsibility for the care of tools and materials

 

Responding :

Enjoy experiencing artworks

Central ideas :

Harmony

 

Skills :

Painting (cubism)

 

WALT :

Making cubism

 

WILF :

Drawing cubism

Painting it with harmony color

Music

Creating:

·         Deliver a musical message to different audiences (for example, peace message to parents, kindergarten children, friends)

·         Express themselves as individuals through musical composition

·              Express themselves as individuals through musical composition

●    Read music using non-traditional notation

·         Create and record a composition focusing on form and structure to give more meaning to their message

·         Create a musical composition expressing their own ideas and feelings on a social issue

 

Responding:

●     Sing with accuracy and control focusing awareness on the musical elements

Create and perform a movement sequence accompanied by music that they have created

●   Create and perform a movement sequence accompanied by Discuss music

●   Share and compare their experiences as audience members at various performances

·   Reflect upon how their music expresses their personal voice and the impact it has on other music that they have created

·   WALT: we are learning to sing children world song

·   WILF : students can sing with right pitch, student can differentiate between world children song and pop song

Physical Education (PE)

Active Living & Interactions:

Swimming

 

Key Concept: Function

 

WALT: Students will learn how to swim freestyle

 

WILF:

● Students will move in the water for swimming freestyle

● Students will learn how to breathing when swimm

● Students will learn how to do swimming with long distance

 

 

Individual Persuits:

• Recognize personal qualities Strength and limitations.

• Engage in a variety of physical activities.

 

Movement Composition:

• Develop a range of fine and gross motor skills.

• Explore creative movements in response to different stimuli.

• Combine simple movements to create sequences.

 

Health-related fitness:

• Describe how they have grown and changed.

• Describe some physical and personal characteristics and personal preferences.

• Demonstrate an awareness of how being active contributes to good health.

 

 

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