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Teacher Meet Up Times
Meet ups are by Google Meetings, the meeting link is on the head of your Google Classroom and will be visible just before meeting.
Monday 1.30pm , Wednesday 1.30pm
This Week's Gospel - Promise of the Holy Spirit John 14:15-31
This time has unique opportunities to support the children to be lifelong learners. We are focusing on these aspects of learner capabilities in order to help them to do this:
- Use a variety of methods to make meaning of and to share their faith, learning, ideas, identity and culture (Reverence/Making Meaning).
- Pose relevant questions and make their own investigations and designs across the curriculum (Resilience / Critical Inquiry).
- Share ideas and open to the ideas of others in order to improve and adapt thinking when appropriate (Relationships/Perspectives).
- Take risks and accept that making mistakes is a part of learning (Respect / Taking Action).
Day/Week Suggested Schedule
At school we always start the week with the shared Gospel for the week. You can access it here.
Each day we start with class prayers - the prayer for the day is above. You could start your day's learning by sharing this prayer.
Term 2 Week 5 (May 11th-15th)
Integrated Learning - Free Choice - Personal Interest and Extension
is going to be in Term 2 - if all goes well and if we can do gatherings. Start looking for a song that you could enter Singing Cup with.
You might even write a song. There will be more posted here about how to do this.
You could develop your capability of perspective-taking by reflecting on the feedback of others. You could take action by taking a risk and doing this.
Music - in Context: explore ideas about how music serves a variety of purposes and functions in your lives and in your Communities (L3)
Communicating and Interpreting: Prepare and present brief performances of music, using performance skills and techniques.
Respond to and reflect on live and recorded music (L3)
Visual Art - Developing Ideas: Develop and revisit visual ideas, in response to a variety of motivations, observation, and imagination, supported by the study of artists’ works.(L3 & 4)