Five Day Schedule
*Students wrote in a worksheet about what the contents in the suitcase packed for a trip to the moon. They had to explain what and why they will take those objects for them to survive. They had to write as well what states of matter each object would be. They have to decide by themselves what learner’s profile and learner’s attributes that will help them on the moon. This is recorded in
Teacher Checklist. *Using a connection task, students had a one-on-one exercise to the teacher by telling on what are the correct properties of materials and state of matter in the pictures shown to them. *A monthly summative test given to students. *We will also visit the science center in the future as we connect it to our new Unit of Inquiry. So,As we are promoting peace and cultural understanding among staff, teachers and students in our school, we believe that we can help realize it by integrating international event such as United Nations’ Day Celebration which deals global issues. This annual celebration aims to help promote UN’s objectives to “preserve peace, advance justice and constitute a permanent structure for international cooperation.” Therefore as a school community with responsible citizens, we act to help countries work together to achieve peace and human rights.
This celebration is considered as another learning opportunity that incorporates students making connections of the current global issues to what they have learned in their units of inquiry, applying a variety of life skills, and most of all provide students with opportunities to choose, to act, to decide on their actions and to reflect on their actions to make a difference
we are able to look at some of the science projects they have been there which will bring all that we have learned together. we will also, re-visit all the experiments we have done throughout the unit and do some simple exercises and to see how much they absorbed. (Observation, checklist)