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WEEK BEGINNING 11th May, 2015

Aboriginal Cultural Unit


WEDNESDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

10.40-11.30 - Writing

12-12.50 Writing, Guided


Reading & Digital
Portfolios

12-12.30 - AR Reading
12.30-1.40 - Writing

2.40-3.30 - Inquiry iPads

10.40 - 11.30 AR
Reading
(1/2hr)/Writing
12.50-1.40 Literacy
Block - Writing

2.40-3.30 Finishing Of

Engage
Read The Moon & the
Gecko to the class.

Engage

Engage
Re-read a section of The
Moon & the Gecko to the
class to reiterate key
concepts.

Engage
Read biography of a famous
Aboriginal to the class.

Engage

Engage

WALT Learning Goal:


Explain
To read a text as a class
and reflect on the
concepts raised and
apply them to our own
lives.

WALT Learning Goal:


Explain

WALT Learning Goal:


Explain
To read a text as a class
and reflect on the
concepts raised and
apply them to our own
lives.

WALT Learning Goal:


Explain
To research a famous
Aboriginal and complete a
small research project as a
pair.

WALT Learning Goal:


Explain

WALT Learning Goal:


Explain

SMALL GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Explore
Complete BLM7 worksheet
individually.

SMALL GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Explore

SMALL GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Explore

SMALL GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Explore
Read about famous
Aboriginals with a pair and
highlight important
information.

SMALL GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Explore

SMALL GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Explore

Finish writing narrative


creation
story/accompanying
artwork.

Finish writing narrative


creation
story/accompanying
artwork.

Finish famous Aboriginal


research project.

Finish famous Aboriginal


research project.

WHOLE GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Elaborate
Discuss the meaning and
significance of the name
Paakantji.

WHOLE GROUP FOCUS WHOLE GROUP FOCUS WHOLE GROUP FOCUS WHOLE GROUP FOCUS
ACTIVITY: Elaborate
ACTIVITY: Elaborate
ACTIVITY: Elaborate
ACTIVITY: Elaborate
Inquiry Lesson
- students to research
Complete your draft plan
for your narrative creation
famous Aboriginal for
story using the The Moon & paired research project.
- question/guideline
the Gecko story as your
worksheet provided
guide.

Discuss: Our rive is our


soul. Does your community
had a soul? Is it a place or
an idea or an event? What
places, events or ideas best
represent your community?

Reflect/Evaluate:
Discuss answers as a class
(time permitting).

Students to complete draft


narrative and start
published narrative once
corrected by teacher.
A3 paper; own lines and
leave room for binding
and picture.
Start of class book.
Reflect/Evaluate:

Reflect/Evaluate:

Reflect/Evaluate:

Reflect/Evaluate:

Select students to share


their story with the class.

Select students to share


their story with the class.

Supervising Teacher Feedback:

Good lead in discussion about


the writing task. The students
came up with some valuable
ideas.

Most children were able to write


down very interesting ideas.

Great that you were roaming


and supporting the learning at
tables. This is where the real
learning happens.

Well done for clarifying


difference between personal
event (e.g. birthday) and
community event (Anzac Day,
Melbourne Show)

Well done for being aware of


students like Beth and
welcoming her ideas.

Good questioning to ensure


children justified their choices
e.g. why is that organization
important to our community?

Great that you made links with


the traditional stories i.e.
was that story passed down? By
whom?

When teaching the whole


cohort on the floor, do touch
base with the daydreamers
from time to time and ask them
questions to keep them
involved in the learning.
(Daniel, Luke, Jack, Joel
especially).
Write some of the students
ideas on the whiteboard to
support those who have trouble
remembering the task.
Ask the children to paraphrase
what they need to do. There
was some confusion at the
beginning of the lesson

Hints:

WEEK BEGINNING 18th May, 2015


Aboriginal Cultural Unit
MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

9.50-10.40 Writing

9.50-10.40 Reading
10.40-11.30 Writing
12.50-1.40 Writing/Reading

12-12.50 Writing
2.40-3.30 Inquiry

12.50-1.40 Reading

9.50 Writing
2.40-3.30 Finish Of/My Last
Day

Engage

Engage

Engage

Engage

Engage

WALT Learning Goal:


Explain

WALT Learning Goal:


Explain

WALT Learning Goal:


Explain

WALT Learning Goal:


Explain

WALT Learning Goal:


Explain

SMALL GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Explore

SMALL GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Explore

SMALL GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Explore

SMALL GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Explore

SMALL GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Explore

WHOLE GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Elaborate

WHOLE GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Elaborate

WHOLE GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Elaborate

Reflect/Evaluate:

Reflect/Evaluate:

Reflect/Evaluate:

WHOLE GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Elaborate
Reflect/Evaluate:

WHOLE GROUP FOCUS


ACTIVITY: Elaborate:
Reflect/Evaluate:

See how theyve gone last week and plan accordingly.

Boomerang
Discuss Aboriginal Art, examples and discuss various artists - see students knowledge, did anyone research aboriginal artists
last week?
Share photos from my Red Centre trip
Show photos of my trip and the the artwork I saw in the caves etc.
Boomerang - design own story using symbols learnt from the incursion
narrative story/or poem (acrostic) about the boomerang painting of theirs