The first 8 weeks of school have been exciting and we cannot believe it is already the October break. To all the families of Grade 2A we wish you a happy and safe holiday. Thank you to all the parents who came to the parent and teacher conferences. I really enjoyed my time discussing your child and look forward to continuing the positive home school relationship we have started.
Digital Citizenship UOI overview.
How We Organize Ourselves.
The concepts below will be taught in class, however, it would be of great
assistance to help your child become familiar with the main unit components and
vocabulary in order to maximize their learning experiences and make
connections in class.
This is especially important for non mother-tongue English speaking students.
Please translate the following into your child’s mother tongue in order to develop
their linguistic abilities and foster their conceptual development.
Any extra reading, websites, DVD’s or learning experiences you may give your
child in their mother tongue to compliment this unit, would be extremely valuable.
Choices that digital citizens make impact the global community.
● What is a digital citizen?
● What are the purposes and forms of technology?
● How do we use digital technology safely?
● What are responsibilities as a digital citizen?
citizen, computer virus, digital, digital citizen, digital footprint, download, email,
internet, media, message, offline, online, private, technology, URL, website, World
Wide Web (WWW)
The Grade 2 Team
Reminders and important information.
No School October Break – 7th October to 15th October
Photo orders have gone home today. The deadline for submitting photo orders is Friday October 20.
Friday 3rd November – UNIS United Nations Day Celebrations
End of Unit Digital Citizenship learning Celebration early notice of a parent invite.
Digital Citizenship Fair – 16th November 2017 8.45am -9.30 am – Parents welcome to attend.