Trans-theme: How We Express Ourselves (An inquiry into the ways in which we discover and express ideas, feelings nature, culture, beliefs
Central Idea: Stories engage their audience and communicate meaning.
Key Concepts: Form, Connection, Perspective
Lines of Inquiry:
- The structures of a story
- Ways in which stories can be told
- The messages stories can convey
- Personal choice of stories
Learner Profiles: Thinkers, Communicators, Open-minded
Trans-skills: Thinking skills, Self-management skills
WALT: Analyze how stories engage their audience and communicate meaning
- Identify the elements of
- Find the reason
- why people choose/like a certain type of story
- Compare the differences
oftelling the story
- Identify the message conveyed in the story
- Find the message of the story
WALT: creates a comic strip
eye catching, proportional cover that represents the story.
- Inserts images
- Inserts speech and thought bubbles.
- Adds relevant stickers.
- Adds text.
- ormats page, text, and images.
WALT: Number: Repeated addition and fraction
WILF: Repeated addition and sharing equally
- Use model/diagram to solve repeated addition problems (within 40)
- Shares equally a quantity (not greater than 20) into equal sets
- Exclude the use of multiplication tables and symbol, division symbol
- Recognizes and names half and quarter of one whole
- Determine a half or a quarter from a quantity
WALT: Menulis cerita pendek dengan huruf kapital dan tanda baca yang benar.
- Memahami cerita legenda rakyat Indonesia yang dilisankan.
- Membaca cerita legenda rakyat Indonesia.
- Mengidentifikasi elemen cerita Memahami pesan moral dari cerita
- Membuat cerita atau memodifikasi cerita dengan bahasa sendiri.
Mempresentasikan kewajiban anak
- Memahami kewajiban anak di rumah
- Memahami kewajiban anak di sekolah
- Membuat presentasi tentang kewajiban anak
WALT: I read story books.I learn that stories have a beginning , body and an end.
WILF: I can Ilustrate my own story.
WALT: Introduce myself
- Say my name
- Mention the age
- Mention the address
- Describe the member of the family
- Mention parts of the body
WALT: Rhythm as identity of places, community or cultures.
- Recognize the diversity of rhythm of different cultures or places.
- Trying to imitate the rhythm
- Play songs using airwave.
WALT: Students will learn simple dance