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Enter the names of the categories in the “Category” boxes. If you do not have categories, you can delete the category boxes. You can copy, cut, and paste any of the arrows or figures as needed to meet the needs of your own diagram.

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Enter the names of the categories in the “Influence” boxes. You can copy, cut, and paste any of the arrows or figures as needed to meet the needs of your own diagram.

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Which are problems (or aspects thereof) and which are causes? Of course, you can go on recursively forever (theoretically). How do you know when to stop?, find out the contribution of each cause Use your fish bone analysis and make sure it reflects in to the problem statement.

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Y-Charts are a type of three-part chart, a graphic organizer. For example, a student can use a Y-Chart to help organise what they know about a topic by writing and/or drawing what the topic looks like, feels like, and sounds like. The student must think about a topic with respect to three of their senses, sight, hearing, and touch. In this case, the Y-Chart has sections in which the student writes and/or draws:

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Name: __________________ LI: I can think about the good and bad things I have learned. SC: Things I have learned that are interesting are also added.

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Living TV Food Sport Arts Conclusion New Zealand’s Culture Learning Intention: I can think about my culture Success Criteria: I have mapped my ideas New Zealand Culture By__________

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Living TV Food Sport Arts Conclusion China’s Culture Learning Intention: I can think about Chinese culture Success Criteria: I have mapped my ideas Chinese Culture By__________

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China How they are the same Title By: How they live What they eat Famous things

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New Zealand Main idea Detail Title By: Main Idea Main Idea Main Idea

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_________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Chinese and New Zealand Culture Learning Intention: I can compare and contrast New Zealand and Chinese culture. Success Criteria: I have thought about sport, arts, food and language. Name:_______________

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ASK What knowledge, skills and attitudes do we need to solve this problem? LI: I can write about things I know about New Zealand culture, the skills I will need to learn about other cultures and their attitudes. SC:I can present my ideas to the class and think about the similarities and differences between our answers. Knowledge Skills… Attitudes and Values…

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LI: I can use the Hats to describe the Olympic Games SC: I have thought carefully about things I have learned and added them to the appropriate hat. _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ Name: ______________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________

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LI: I can use the Hats to describe the Olympic Games SC: I have thought carefully about things I have learned and added them to the appropriate hat. _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ Name: ______________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________

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LI: I can use the Hats to describe China SC: I have thought carefully about things I have learned and added them to the appropriate hat. _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ Name: ______________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________

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LI: I can use the Hats to describe China SC: I have thought carefully about things I have learned and added them to the appropriate hat. _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ Name: ______________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________

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LI: I can think of as many words about my country. SC: I have written nouns and verbs. Good luck! NAME:_________________

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LI: I can think of as many words about the Olympics. SC: I have written nouns and verbs. 6 minutes allowed! NAME:_________________

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Learning Intention: I can think about our big question and other questions I want to have answered. Success Criteria: I can think about my questions and place them in least important and most important circles . The Big Question _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________

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Neme: Learning Intention: I can brainstorm all the things I know about culture. Success Criteria: My brainstorm has all the ideas I know on it. Name:_______________

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I come to school on time. Key Competencies are important skills for learning. Name:___________________ LI: I have ticked the skills I think I do well. I co-operate with others. I look after things that belong to me. I show concern for other people. I can ask questions. I listen when other people speak. I can talk about my own learning. I like to try new things. I follow the Kid in the Bay way. I share my ideas with others. I complete activities independently. I complete my work on time. Teachers comment:___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ Date:_______

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HOW? SWOT Analysis

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Stages Sentence Adapted from Trevor Bond

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Think about substituting part of your product/process for something else. By looking for something to substitute you can often come up with new ideas. Combine: Bring together or unite Adapt: Adjust to suit a condition or purpose Modify/ Magnify: Change in form or quality, enlarge or make smaller, slower Put to other uses: Use for alternative purposes Eliminate: Remove or omit a quality, part or whole Rearrange: Change order or adjust; create new layout or scheme

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Fishbone Diagram (regular) Category 2 Category 4 Category 3 Category 1 Factors and/or categories of factors Topic Name ________ Factor Factor Factor Factor Factor Factor Factor Factor Factor

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Fishbone Diagram (cause and effect) Largest Influence 2nd Largest Influence Least Influence 3rd Largest Cause Factors and/or categories of factors Effect Cause Cause Cause Cause Cause Cause Cause Cause Cause

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34 Fishbone Diagram Example

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Looks Like: Sounds Like: Feels Like: Type here Learning Intention: Success Criteria: Presentation by:

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W Chart LI: I can think about different senses to describe the object. SC: I have thought about the object carefully. Looks Like Feels Like Sounds Like Tastes Like Thinks Like

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LI: I can use TOMTOP and think about how others would feel. SC: I have used this strategy to extend my thinking about others. Who’s going to lose/make money here? Who’s going to win/lose jobs? Who’s going to be better/worse off? What about the disabled people? Small people? Children? Poor people? Rich people? Think of money, think of people!

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LI: I can use MMOST to take notes and gather information. SC: I have used this strategy to help me in my inquiry. Mind Map Organic Study Technique USE

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LI: I can skim read my information and find the key words. SC: I have recorded where I found these key words.

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YES MAIN IDEA: Write here SELF EVALUATION Will my sources of information help me to answer my questions and meet my criteria? LI: I can select and paste information from a source SC: I am able to write what it means and any words I'm unfamiliar with. Glossary (Key & Unfamiliar Words) My Interpretation of the above Selection Move on to the next Key Questions Look for other sources or re-think your questions. No

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LI: I can find 3 words about my topic I don’t understand. SC: I can find the dictionary meaning and a synonym for that word. Use this dictionary here:

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Inquiry Learning Student Name:     ________________________________________ Inquiry Learning Rubric Grader

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I have thought of good questions I searched for my information I have found my information I wrote what the information meant Range of sources used I summarised my findings My presentation was… Name:__________________________________

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What have you really learned? What did you do? What resources were useful? What were the important things? What would you change if you did this again? NAME:____________

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W-I-N-C-E Strategy LI: I can use the wince strategy to assess my learning. SC: I have thought about my learning. WANT IDENTIFY NEED CREATE EVALUATE

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POOCH LI: I can use POOCH to forecast and select an option SC: I have thought about the problem and selected an outcome. Problem Options Outcomes Choices NAME:_________ What is the problem? What might be done? Possible results for each option What option will I go with?

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Your options now: Design a poster about your country Make a bookmark for your country Draw the famous things found in the country Make a crossword about your country Do a poem about your country (acrostic perhaps) Write a play about life in your country Draw the flag of your country Do a Venn diagram about your country and New Zealand Write some facts about your country Do the thinking hats about living in your chosen country What are the good things about your country What are the bad things about your country What are the interesting things about your country Think of 3 questions you want to know about your country With a partner tell them what you have learned and then they repeat it back to you, starting with “so, you said…”

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Why was there a problem? What was the problem? ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Attempted Solutions 1._________________________________________________ 2._________________________________________________ Results 1._________________________________________________ 2._________________________________________________ End Results __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ Title of Story: _________________________________NAME:________________ LI: I can recall the problem and solution from the story Problem Solution

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Plot The plot in the story was: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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