Tomorrow at 8:00 you go to the staff lounge for food and drinks. Then, at 8:30 you can come up to our classroom on the 4th floor in the thon po area.
Vin, Hannah, Yuki and Madhav
What feedback did you get about your work?
What are the main messages in this presentation?
What tools, attitudes and actions can you use to be more organized?
What were the main messages in Mr. Brett’s presentation?
What tools/techniques/habits could you use to be more organized?
This wordle is made out of the c0mments on this posting:
The words that you all used the most are the biggest!
Please find below the information about Year 6 Kanchanaburi Camp.
The Year 6 Team
PowerPoint From Thursday Night’s Camp Briefing:
Camp Packing List :
These photos show parents and students of 6SS looking at the students’ cards on the Gradual Release of Responsibility and discussing whether or not they are in the right place on the continuum. They also show parents and students collaborating to write a comment on the blog posting below, giving details of their conversations and telling us what their goals are for the immediate future.
Here’s a nice photo of the parents enjoying the relaxing part of the morning, organized by these students:
Aayush, Paula, Paul, Anirudh, Odette, Ken, Gabi, May, Pimboon, Am and Samantha. Well done to them!!!
With your parents, spend some time looking at the Gradual Release of Responsibility diagram outside the classroom:
- Explain how the diagram works
- Share your cards with them by taking them off one-by-one and finding somewhere to talk about each one
- Find out if they think your cards are in the right place on the GRR
- Discuss how you can work together with your parents to progress
- Decide on one or two goals for the next couple of weeks
- Make a comment to tell us your goals and a bit of information about the conversations you had
Remember, make your goals:
Sustainable (you will carry on doing it)
Manageable (it is not too much to take on)
Achievable (you can achieve success with it)
Realistic (it is appropriate for you)
Timely (now is the perfect time to work on this goal)
What is the difference between being bossy and being a leader?
Make a comment to explain your ideas.
6GD have been blogging about this question too, have a look: http://blogs.nist.ac.th/6gd/2010/09/17/leadership-verses-bossiness/#comment-900
“I’m not actually sure about my dream. But I do think that I want to work in my mom and dad’s factory. I will try my best by learning from my mother and father to achieve my dream.” Pin
“I want to be an artist because you can be more creative and you can be famous!” Manisha
“If I don’t become a footballer I want to be a soccer coach. I want to be a soccer coach because I want to stay in touch with the beautiful game.” Aayush
“I want to be a designer because I like to choose things for other people.” May
“My dream is makes people healthy. That means I want to be a doctor when I’m older. I need medical skills, inside or outside body skills, I will learn with my body book, and learn in college.” YeaChan
“When my dream come true I will make underwater house and I will make the world biggest house ever. I will learn skills selling lands from my father.” Nine
“When I get older I want to be a pilot because pilots help transport people to new places and countrys and they can also do other things like help in a war or help save people.” Michael
Image from http://www.lifewater.org/everyday