Exhibition Update #1 How We Organise Ourselves
We have worked collaboratively to create a Central Idea and Lines of Inquiry for their Exhibition Unit.
Working with others on local issues can make positive global changes over time.
Lines of Inquiry: An inquiry into…
- global issues and how we can help
- ways we can contribute to the world to make it a better place
- how we can change the world by looking and thinking from different perspectives
We have formed Exhibition Groups based around global issues we’ve identified and can now use the Service Cycle to Carry out their research, preparation, action and reflection:
Specialist Teachers, Expertise and our Exhibition:
We are grateful for the skills and talents of our specialist teachers to guide us in our Exhibition process, preparation and action.
Art: In Art Mr. Reed is teaching us about CUB – Contrast, Unity and Balance.
Drama: We are learning about public speaking and presenting.
EAL: Ms. Lemery is supporting the EAL students with conceptual understandings and vocabulary building. We are using the Service Cycle to structure our Inquiry.
Japanese: The Japanese teachers are offering their expertise in helping us make connections with local organisations and offering their perspectives from one Japanese point of view on the global issues that the students are inquiring into.
Next Steps in Exhibition…
Research Stage ad Preparation Stage (planning for action)