1819 Grade 6 – Who We Are (January 8th – February 8th)

Who We Are

An inquiry into the nature of the self; beliefs and values; personal, physical, mental, social and spiritual health; human relationships including families, friends, communities and cultures; rights and responsibilities; what it means to be human

Central idea :

Beliefs and values underline how we live our life.
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Lines of Inquiry:

  • Similarities and differences between belief systems
  • How beliefs and values contribute to the formation and actions of individuals and communities.
  • The impact of spiritual traditions on society

Key Concepts : Form, Perspective, Reflection

Skills

Social, Research

Learner profile

Principled, Balanced, Integrity

Attitudes

Appreciation, Integrity

English:

To support our Unit of Inquiry – Who We Are, we will be reflecting on our lives so far and writing our own autobiographies. We will then be choosing how we are going to present our autobiographies in video form.

Mandarin :

To support the concept of Reflection  students are going to learn about use bowl to eat. They will learn pronounce the vocabulary, respond questions, recognize words , writting hanzi and pin yin .

Performing Art (PA):

To support this UOI, students will learn how to play music as ensemble with more than one kind instrument and function. Form concept will be supported in this unit.

Physical Education (PE):

To support this UOI, students will learn how to play music as ensemble with more than one kind instrument and function. Form concept will be supported in this unit.

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