Monday, August 10, 2009

Week of Monday August 11

Students select,integrate and applynumerical and spatial concepts and techniques.
Kumon maths
Roleplaying games
Game theory and strategies
Tables and graphs
Measurement - cooking
Consumer education - budgets and banking
Students use language to understand, develop and communicate ideas and information and interact with others
Silent reading
Internet writing - blogs, facebook
Report writing - film review Harry Potter, fun fast facts about chickens , on leaflet Priests
Descriptions and lists for games
Discussion group Catholic Homeschoolers
Students interact with people and cultures other than their own and are equipped to contribute to the global community.
Latin - Grammar, Latin Mass
Akkadian and culture
Chinese/Italian assignment
Students participate in creative activity of their own and understand and engage with the artistic, cultural and intellectual work of others.
Music practice and lessons
Artowrk for Harry Potter unit
Students select, use and adapt technologies.
Computer troubleshooting
Blogs and Facebook
Model making
Society & Environment
Students understand their cultural, geographic and historical contexts and have the knowledge, skills and values necessary for active participation in life in Australia.
Ancient history - reading
Current events
Cultural and societal differences and changes - Ashes to Ashes, life in the 1970s, 1980s, now
Saints reading - their lives and societies and times - St Lawrence, St Clare, Mary Mackillop, Edith Stein
Chickens - history
Auschwitz and St Maximilian Kolbe
Phys Ed, PD, Health
Students value and implement practices that promote personal growth and well being.
Nutrition discussion
Meeting and social with Catholic homeschoolers
Work ed - Kumon, Salmat
Religion reading and discussion
Students understand and appreciate the physical,biological and technological world and have the knowledge and skills to make decisions inrelation to it.
Experments and lab book Harry Potter unit
Visit to Australian Museum
Chickens - skeletons
The human mind and memory, discussion re research and findings

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