Relationships

Earlier in the school year the MYP 2/3 English Language B class (phase 3) studied the concept of relationships and further explored this idea by outlining the kinds of relationships people can have. The unit’s statement of inquiry was, “Relationships are built differently across cultures, depending on the connections people make and the contexts in which they live.”

Students Jiwoo Hwang, Mark Sui, Catherine Sun, and Charlie Li discussed various relationships that people have, such as law, food, technology, and forms of media. They each created a poster outlining that relationship, the positive and negatives of that can be associated with that relationship, and why that relationship is important to human beings. From the posters they created, they presented their topic to their peers and to Mr. Rafael’s Language B class. All students asked questions after the presentations where the presenters were able to practice their oral communication skills unscripted.

 

Jiwoo Hwang outlines the positive and negative relationships people have with food.

Jiwoo Hwang outlines the positive and negative relationships people have with food.

Mark Sui explains that the positive relationships that people have with book far outweigh the negatives.

Mark Sui explains that the positive relationships that people have with book far outweigh the negatives.

Catherine Sun makes the thought provoking claim that our lives cannot exist without technology.

Catherine Sun makes the thought provoking claim that our lives cannot exist without technology.

 

Charlie Li outlines a very contentious human relationship: The Law

Charlie Li outlines a very contentious human relationship: The Law

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