As an action component for their unit entitled “Arts as a voice of society”, MYP 2 Chinese Language Acquisition students decided to take a challenge in their language classes and do research in order to enhance the connection between their work and this unit’s statement of inquiry: Art can be used to create empathy, and as a […]
In Grade 10 Language Acquisition Chinese class, our current unit is You Believe What. Students investigated the chopsticks cultures of China, Korea and Japan. Students learned how to master their skills by picking up different items with chopsticks. They further learned the similarities and differences between cultures that use chopsticks.
In our first English Language Acquisition unit for grades 7-8 (phase 3), we addressed the following statement of inquiry: Relationships are built differently across cultures, depending on the connections people make and the contexts in which they live. Using Relationships as an umbrella topic for the key concept of Connections, we encouraged students to do research […]