Archives for November, 2018

Nov
30

6th Grade Students Become the Teachers

6th grade English students took on a big task today by using their English skills to teach Mrs Indah’s first-grade students about shadows. One group worked in Ms Michelle’s room to show the 1st grade how a light casts their shadow against the wall and then traced their heads onto black paper. After the little […]

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Nov
26

Grade 12 Chinese Ab Initio Food Culture class

  In our Grade 12 Chinese Ab Initio class, students learned about food and drinks. In this unit, we focused on investigating daily meals across different cultures by interviewing staff from different nationalities, and considered the differences of Asian and Western eating diets.  They discussed and analyzed the connection between food and festive celebrations, the […]

By Almon Yao | IB DP . Language Acquisition
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Nov
12

MYP Youth Club Steps Out Again!

Friday, November 9th the Youth Club set out on another fun adventure together. This time we hit the bowling lanes and had a great night of fun, socializing, and relationship building.  Students and teachers bowled, played pool, and laughed together for hours. We definitely need to go back to bowl again this year. Top Scorers […]

By Michelle Overman | Global Contexts . Social Skills
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Nov
05

Jimo Village Field Trip – Learning About Community and Building Relationships Close to Home.

Friday, November 2nd, Ms. Michelle’s English B and Mrs. Katie’s English A students took a trip to Jimo Village with Mrs. Meredith’s 3rd grade class. We were treated to a morning of picking apples and learning about life at a small farm. Students gathered all they could carry to bring home to their families and their […]

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