1. Ensure your notes are complete
- Go through each set of slides
- Read them thoroughly and add any missing notes to your exercise book
- Do not re-write your notes
2. Read through your notes
- After ensuring your notes are complete, read through them slowly.
- If you don’t understand what something means, take a bright coloured pen and indicate this next to the note.
- This should be a slow process and not something you do in 5 minutes.
- At the end, seek clarification from your teacher about the points you highlighted!
3. Create a single sided A4 summary notes sheet
- Can be a mind-map, or more organised boxes
- Include diagrams
- Fit it all onto one page
4. Check your understanding of the learning outcomes
- In your exercise book, write each learning outcome and then use your notes to write a paragraph explaining the whāinga ako
- If you don’t understand something, ask your teacher!
5. Complete incomplete worksheets/re-do questions
6. Work through revision worksheets
7. Complete assigned Education Perfect work
8. Can you answer all the questions on Kahoot/Quizlet/Quizizz?
- Food chains & webs: discuss the flow-on effects, and how it can affect multiple trophic levels
- Adaptations: why do they exist? (two reasons)
- Trophic levels: organisms compete for different resources depending where they are on the food chain (water/food/sunlight/space etc.)
- Graphs & tables: read them very carefully and interpret them
Check out the vocabulary slides for spelling/flashcard exercises and definitions!
Ask your teacher!