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Student-Demonstrated Learning

Student-Demonstrated Learning

Camping Music and Arts

Student-Demonstrated Learning

Halloween is celebrated in our school annually. It is considered as a day for kids to play dress up and indulge in some sweets during the school day. It is a day of fun and excitement but non-offensive and non-threatening. Objectives: 1.To have fun learning activities that will provoke students to think, ask and act 2.To be aware of the international celebrations and relevance of Halloween in western countries 3.To practice learner profile character traits and IB-PYP attitudes in celebrating Halloween 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. Students are reading an article about the hippy sub-culture and are highlighting words that they don’t understand, so that they can expand reading skills and their vocabulary. Students expressed a desire to create a more tidy and organised classroom, so they asked for hooks for our aprons and their ID badges. They expressed how they wanted to design and organise their classroom.Student-Demonstrated Learning