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Weekly Schedule - Monday 25 October to Friday 29 October

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Lesson plans and curriculum material for teachers

Monday 25 October

Programme Description Curriculum Audience
Junior Literacy: Sound sort and early sounds Join Teina to discover letter names and sounds for the letters e, n, and p [DOCX, 65KB]

Supporting material 1 [PDF, 182KB]

Supporting material 2 [PPTX, 3.3MB]

English 5–7 year olds
Junior Maths: Amazing Mazes Join Suzy Cato to explore the language of direction and learn how to make and describe quarter turns [DOCX, 58KB]

Supporting material 1 [PDF, 145KB]

Supporting material 2 [PDF, 80KB]

Maths and Statistics 5–7 year olds
Junior Project: Finding your way Just like the navigators from the past use your creativity and new skills to navigate a new world and create your own map [DOCX, 77KB]

Supporting material [PPTX, 3.8M]

Social Sciences and Mathematics 5–7 year olds
Middle Literacy: Hooked into writing part 3 Join Marissa Paniora to explore ways that a narrative entertains or instructs. She will help learners notice the strategies used by the author of Kōpūwai and the clever girl, School Journal Level 3 May 2017 [DOCX, 2.8MB] English 8–11 year olds

Tuesday 26 October

Programme Description Curriculum Audience
Junior Literacy: Making a road Join Monique Cox-Timmer to find out how roads are planned and constructed [DOCX, 423KB]

Supporting material [PPTX, 12MB]

English 5–7 year olds
Junior Project: Playing fair Join Monique Cox-Timmer as she explains the importance of fair play through exploration of traditional Aotearoa and Pacific games [DOCX, 87KB]

Supporting material [PPTX, 4.9MB] 

The Arts, Technology and HPE 5–7 year olds
Middle Literacy: Photographs Join Marissa Paniora as she explores how photographs can represent a neighbourhood [DOCX, 2.1MB]

Supporting material [PPTX, 4.6MB]

English and Social Sciences 8–11 year olds
Middle Science: Marama – the moon Join Shawn Cooper to learn more about objects in our night sky such as the moon. In this episode we will explore how cultures around the world have used the moon [DOCX, 3.4MB] Science 8–11 year olds

Wednesday 27 October

Programme Description Curriculum Audience
Junior Literacy: Let’s read and write words Join Teina to take a closer look at letter names and sounds for the letters i, s and b [DOCX, 67KB]

Supporting material 1 [PDF, 269KB]

Supporting material 2 [PPTX, 3.4MB]

English 5–7 year olds
Junior Maths: Te Maeva Nui: Kapa Rima - Cook Island Dancing With the help of Te Maeva Nui: Kapa Rima - Cook Island Dancers, Suzy Cato will show us how to notice patterns and relationships between numbers and how to apply this to solve problems [DOCX, 62KB]

Supporting material [PPTX, 3.3MB]

Maths and Statistics 5–7 year olds
Junior Project: Shelter the storm Join Teina Hakaraia to see some of the amazing things our ancestors used to solve problems, as they journeyed across the oceans [DOCX, 74KB]

Supporting material [PPTX, 6.1MB]

Social Sciences and technology 5–7 year olds
Middle Literacy: Saving a sea wall Join Marissa Paniora and build up vocabulary linked to the movement of waves, by exploring an article describing three constructions used to protect a sea wall from erosion [DOCX, 2.3MB] English 8–11 year olds
Middle Maths: Fijian Masi Join Ma’ata to learn about fractions and how people need to use them when they are making things like masi! [DOCX, 62KB]

Supporting material [PPTX, 3.5MB]

Maths and Statistics 8–11 year olds

Thursday 28 October

Programme Description Curriculum Audience
Junior Literacy: Topic, topic, topic Join Monique Cox-Timmer as we read about the fascinating monsters that live in our gardens: insects. We’re also building on what we’ve learned about writing sentences of different lengths, by practicing writing varied non-fiction sentences [DOCX, 3.5MB] English 5–7 year olds
Junior Science: Oro - Sound Join Suzy Cato and use your ""superpower"" of observation to discover how sound is made, how sounds travel and how sounds have volume [DOCX, 232KB] Science 5–7 year olds
Middle Literacy: A sweet business Join Marissa Paniora as she explores the features of non-fiction texts and learn about the skills and actions required to start a business [DOCX, 118KB]

Supporting material [PPTX, 6.9MB]

English 8–11 year olds
Middle Science: Tracking our native birds Join Ma'ata to explore why and how we monitor birds in their natural environments [DOCX, 458KB] Science 8–11 year olds

Friday 29 October

Programme Description Curriculum Audience
Junior Literacy: Sound sort and early sounds Join Teina to discover letter names and sounds for the letters e, n, and p [DOCX, 65KB]

Supporting material 1 [PDF, 182KB]

Supporting material 2 [PPTX, 3.3MB]

English 5–7 year olds
Junior Maths: Te Maeva Nui: Kapa Rima - Cook Island Dancing With the help of Te Maeva Nui: Kapa Rima - Cook Island Dancers, Suzy Cato will show us how to notice patterns and relationships between numbers and how to apply this to solve problems [DOCX, 62KB]

Supporting material [PPTX, 3.3MB]

Maths and Statistics 5–7 year olds
Junior Project: Finding your way Just like the navigators from the past use your creativity and new skills to navigate a new world and create your own map [DOCX, 72KB]

Supporting material [PPTX, 3.8MB]

Social Sciences and Mathematics 5–7 year olds
Middle Literacy: Hooked into writing part 3 Join Marissa Paniora to explore ways that a narrative entertains or instructs. She will help learners notice the strategies used by the author of Kōpūwai and the clever girl, School Journal Level 3 May 2017 [DOCX, 2.9MB] English 8–11 year olds
Middle Maths: Fijian Masi Join Ma’ata to learn about fractions and how people need to use them when they are making things like masi! [DOCX, 61KB]

Supporting material [PPTX, 3.5MB]

Maths and Statistics 8–11 year olds

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