and here’s one each – of our 5 or so favourite ‘fun’ or interesting things we can think of today. Please click on the ‘comments’ link above to see them all.
This will be a useful skill to have for example when working on your Exhibition as you can put relevant videos together in one place.
If you have any questions parents, please get them written down (on slide 10) and sent into school in the first week of April.
This is the beginning of us working to organise ourselves into explaining what the students are going to do in their Grade 5 Exhibition.
Please click on our ‘padlet’ and add an issue.
Mr. Brown talked to us yesterday and showed us his exhibition of special photos taken with his special camera using classic glass plate collodion photography methods dating back to Edo period Japan (150 years ago). We had lots of time to explore the park and look for the aesthetics that Mr. Brown talked about.
Below in the comments section, could you please answer the following questions.
- How would you describe “yohaku no bi?”
- What did Mr. Brown mean when he talked about the ‘in’ and ‘e?’
- What does ‘serendipity’ mean to you now?
- What did you like best about the park? Where did you find some of the aesthetics mentioned above?
This morning we had a presentation from the High School representatives of the Global Issue Network (GIN) who are currently promoting a white rice drive for the homeless Chiku center.
If any of our 5W families could donate some white (uncooked) Japanese rice, it would be very much appreciated. Thank you very much.