P.O. Box 7, Site 4
Flat Bay, NF.
Tele: (709) 647-3593
Fax: (709) 647-3593
||One and Two
|Project Start and
||February 16 to March
Knowledge and appreciation of this annual will be
gained and skills and concepts in the curriculum areas of
Language, Science, Social Studies, Math and Art will be
developed through exposure of various resources, such as:
- Library reference material
- Video's, such as, District #4 Resource Center and
the National Film Board.
- Network Language Program
- Internet Access
- Available software, e.g. Encarta.
Intended Learning Outcomes
- Be able to list and recognize, from pictures, the
Adelie, African, Chinstrap, Emperor, Galapagos,
Gento, King Little Blue, Magellanie, Rockhopper
Royal and Yellow Eyed Penguins.
- Understand how penguins species differ in terms
of size, habitat markings and abilities.
- Understand how pennons move in water and on land.
- Understand how penguins stay warm and cool.
- Establish criteria for classifying dinosaurs.
- Record and summarize researched information and
compose informative reports.
- Create penguins using clay, paint, and through
- Appreciate poetry, fiction and non- fiction
literature about penguins.
- Write stories, songs, and poetry about penguins.
- Continue to expand and organize their knowledge
about the world by locating on the world map and
globe where the various penguins are found.
- Use standard units, cm, m and kg to compare
height and mass of penguins to themselves.
ILO's of Technology Education
- Using a word processor, e.g. word perfect, to
create a new document, save the document, edit
- Research penguin topic using available software.
- Access the Internet to obtain current information
on penguins by, conducting net searches and
downloading and printing files.
- Extensive supply of information books
- Work Samples (creative writing)
- Written Tests
- Oral Quiz