An exploration into orientation in place and time; of our personal histories; homes and journeys; the discoveries, explorations and migrations of humankind; relationships between and the interconnections of individuals and civilizations, from local and global perspectives.
Exploration leads to discovery and develops new understandings.
Causation, Change, Perspective
Exploration, colonialism, power, history
Lines of Inquiry
Reasons for exploration
How explorations have taken place over time
The consequence of exploration on people and societies
What (Knowledge): to know the purposes of exploration
Why (Conceptual Understanding): in order to understand that exploration leads to discovery and develops new understanding
How (Situation) : You are a statue of an explorer in Discovery Museum. You are going to show and explain about your exploration to visitors.
- Mention the reasons for exploration of a famous explorer
- Explain significant findings and challenges they met/learnt
- Explain the impacts of the exploration
Process: Oral presentation is easy to follow and understand (Communication skills)