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					YEAR OVERVIEW
Buin Batu School PT. Newmont Nusa Tenggara

Grade 1 2009 / 2010

Term 1
Weeks
Unit of Inquiry Transdisciplinary Theme Central Idea 1 2 3 4 Who We Are 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 How We Organize Ourselves 3

Term 2
4 5 6 7 8 9 Sharing The Planet 10

Term 3
1 2 3 4 5 How We Express Ourselves 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 How The World Works Central idea Understanding the properties of air allows people to make practical applications. Key concepts: function, causation Related concepts: force, energy Lines of inquiry The evidence of the existence of air What air can do and how we use it The relationship between air, light and sound

Term 4
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Where We Are In Place and Time Central idea Public areas strengthen communities and provide people with opportunities to connect. Key concepts: function, connection Related concepts: cooperation, ownership Lines of inquiry Different public areas and their functions How public areas develop How these places differ from our homes

Concepts

Lines of Inquiry

Central idea Homes reflect personal identity and local culture. Key concepts: form, connection, perspective Related concepts: creativity, diversity Lines of inquiry The concept of home Different types of homes Circumstances that determine where people live

Central idea* Systems need to be in place to maintain organization in communities. Key concepts: connection, responsibility Related concepts: interdependence, organization, systems Lines of inquiry The concept of organization Different systems of organization that we use personally Different systems of organization in our community Collection, storage and use of information for organization The student will be able to:  identify ways to organize himself or herself on a daily basis  plan and create a system of organization (for example, for his or her desk, classroom, school)  suggest improvements to organizational systems already in place in his or her home or school.

Central idea People can establish practices in order to sustain and maintain the Earth’s resources. Key concepts: change, responsibility, reflection Related concepts: lifestyle, resources Lines of inquiry Limited nature of the Earth’s resources Personal choices that can help sustain the environment Reusing and recycling different materials Reducing waste

Central idea Imagination is a powerful tool for extending our ability to think, create and express ourselves. Key concepts: causation, perspective, reflection Related concepts: empathy, invention, transformation Lines of inquiry How we demonstrate and enjoy our imagination How our imagination helps us to consider other perspectives How imagination helps us to solve problems The value of imagination

Social Studies

The student will be able to: o o o express his or her understanding of what a home is research and compare homes in different cultures identify factors that influence where people live and what their homes are like. present the type of home that reflects who he or she is.

The student will be able to:  discuss what is meant by a “limited resource”  create a list of practices that could be used to maintain natural resources at home and in school  critique the methods of waste management in his or her immediate environment  explain the different roles of people in the recycling process  reflect on and selfassess his or her personal use of natural resources. The student will be able to:  discuss what is meant by a “limited resource”  create a list of practices that could be used to maintain natural resources at home and in school  critique the methods of waste management in his or her immediate environment  explain the different roles of people in the recycling process reflect on and self-assess his or her personal use of natural resources.

The student will be able to:  identify and describe the functions of various public places in the community  demonstrate how various public places serve the needs of people in a community  compare and contrast the functions of public and private places

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Science

The student will be able to:  recognize that imagination contributes to scientific developments  explore the use of imagination as a tool to solve problems (for example, particular inventions, scientific discoveries).

The student will be able to: investigate and identify the properties of air examine how people use air in their everyday lives (for example, transportation, recreation) reflect on the impact of air on living things apply his or her understanding about the properties of air (for example, building a windmill) explore links between air, light and sound (for example, thunder and lightning). Daily writing Research Phonic, grammar, spelling, use the language of science

Language: English Listening and Speaking Reading Writing

Factual Recount and Biographies - Past tense - Structure Spelling and phonic Guided reading Grammar and writing about experience

Explanation Lists and Rules Recounts: - past tense - sequencing Procedure - lists

Procedure instruction (making paper) Persuade - Brochure

Entertain Narrative - drama Spelling and phonic Guided reading Grammar and learners’ writing about in their own diary

Language:

Membaca dengan jelas

Menulis kalimat pendek

Membaca puisi,

Bahasa Indonesia Menyimak & Berbicara Membaca Menulis Mathematics

Membuat kalimat

Menyimak cerita Membaca dengan intonasi

menceritakan kembali, dikte, menulis kalimat lengkap, prosedur Numbers Mental Maths and number work Data Handling Problem solving Chance and data Space 2 D and 3 D Shapes Measurement Estimation and comparison Number Estimating and comparing numbers Mathematics operations and Problem solving involving Addition and subtraction Simple fractions: ½ and ¼ Pattern and Function Odd and even numbers (review) Pattern using number, pictures and symbol (review) Data Handling Simple Diagram : Venn diagram and Caroll diagram Comparison terms: fewer than, more than Measurement Units and tools of measurement: length, mass and temperature Shape and Space 2D and 3D shapes (review) Symmetrical lines Numbers Review: addittion and subtraction (two digits number) Simple multiplication and division Simple fractions  + and – with the same denominator Pattern & Function Review: extend & create pattern of number (odd and even), pictures and colours Measurement Review: units of measurements (length) Time & Money Data Handling Graphs  tally marks, picture graphs, bar graphs Diagram  Venn diagram, Caroll diagram Shape & Space Review: 2D & 3D shapes Creating  symmetrical, tesselation

Number Skip counting to 100 and number patterns e.g. even and uneven numbers (2s, 5s, 10s). Addition and Subtraction to 50 without regrouping. Problem solving using number stories. Use of conventional symbols and mathematical vocabulary. Data Handling Collect, sort and classify data in a variety of ways. Pictographs. Space Mapping (looking at our school and Townsite) Following directions. 2 D and 3 D Shapes and patterns.

Numbers Mental Maths, number work up to 100 and problem solving. Number sentences using addition and subtraction, fact family and place value. Ordinal numbers. Chance and Data Pictographs related to UOI Bargraphs (vertical and horizontal): birthday, favourite days Measurement Time in depth (Ordinal: first day, second day, last month) Birthday, timelines, schedule/timetable

Numbers Mental Maths Number work and problem solving (ongoing). How to use calculators (number stories – addition/subtraction). Chance and Data Identify events (likely or unlikely), Data charts, graphic organizers, matching cause and effect and prediction/ result. Space Sorting 2D and 3D shapes based on their properties Measurement Estimation and measurement continue. The time – o’clock, half past, digital time, days of the week, months of the year, timing events.

Physical Education

Music

Singing

Art

Making map

Making diorama

Making things from recycle and reuse things Searching information about reuse, reduce and recycle thing from Internet Explorer. Making report reuse, reduce, and recycle thing.

Making mask

Making a kite and simple things can fly - Searching information about air and relationship between air, light, and sound from encyclopaedia and Internet Explorer. - Making a report about air using MS PowerPoint. Visit Kayu Besi library, Book report For general assembly Making report using MS PowerPoint about student fieldtrip to some other public places in Townsite, Benete, and Maluk.

Computer

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Internet searching: traditional house. MS PowerPoint: making personal profile and report traditional house picture and description. Creating lebaran card using MS Power Point.

Library Drama A traditional tale of the three little pigs

Making time table using MS Excel or PowerPoint. - Drawing a school map using MS PowerPoint of Paint.. - Internet Explorer. - Typing a home, class and school rules using MS Word. About daily activities Role play: - a well organized family

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Inserting scan visual picture from their visual art about their imagination story. Create imagination story using MS PowerPoint.

Age

An inquiry into: Who we are An inquiry into the nature of the self; beliefs and values; personal, physical, mental, social and spiritual health; human relationships including families, friends, communities and cultures; rights and responsibilities; what it means to be human.

An inquiry into: How we express ourselves An inquiry into the ways in which we discover and express ideas, feelings, nature, culture, beliefs and values; the ways in which we reflect on, extend and enjoy our creativity; our appreciation of the aesthetic.

An inquiry into: Sharing the planet An inquiry into rights and responsibilities in the struggle to share finite resources with other people and with other living things; communities and the relationships within and between them; access to equal opportunities; peace and conflict resolution.

An inquiry into: How we organize ourselves An inquiry into the interconnectedness of human-made systems and communities; the structure and function of organizations; societal decision-making; economic activities and their impact on humankind and the environment.

An inquiry into: How the world works An inquiry into the natural world and its laws; the interaction between the natural world (physical and biological) and human societies; how humans use their understanding of scientific principles; the impact of scientific and technological advances on society and on the environment. An inquiry into: How the world works Central idea Understanding the properties of air allows people to make practical applications. Key concepts: function, causation Related concepts: force, energy Lines of inquiry The evidence of the existence of air What air can do and how we use it The relationship between air, light and sound

An inquiry into: Where we are in place and time An inquiry into orientation in place and time; personal histories; homes and journeys; the discoveries, explorations and migrations of humankind; the relationships between and the interconnectedness of individuals and civilizations, from local and global perspectives.

Age

An inquiry into: Who we are

An inquiry into: How we express ourselves Central idea Imagination is a powerful tool for extending our ability to think, create and express ourselves. Key concepts: causation, perspective, reflection Related concepts: empathy, invention, transformation Lines of inquiry How we demonstrate and enjoy our imagination How our imagination helps us to consider other perspectives How imagination helps us to solve problems The value of imagination Central idea

An inquiry into: Sharing the planet

An inquiry into: How we organize ourselves Central idea* Systems need to be in place to maintain organization in communities. Key concepts: connection, responsibility Related concepts: interdependence, organization, systems Lines of inquiry The concept of organization Different systems of organization that we use personally Different systems of organization in our community Collection, storage and use of information for organization

An inquiry into: Where we are in place and time Central idea Public areas strengthen communities and provide people with opportunities to connect. Key concepts: function, connection Related concepts: cooperation, ownership Lines of inquiry Different public areas and their functions How public areas develop How these places differ from our homes

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Central idea Homes reflect personal identity and local culture. Key concepts: form, connection, perspective Related concepts: creativity, diversity Lines of inquiry The concept of home Different types of homes Circumstances that determine where people live

People can establish practices in order to sustain and maintain the Earth’s resources. Key concepts: change, responsibility, reflection Related concepts: lifestyle, resources Lines of inquiry Limited nature of the Earth’s resources Personal choices that can help sustain the environment Reusing and recycling different materials Reducing waste


				
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