An inquiry into orientation in place and time; personal histories; homes and journeys; the discoveries, explorations and migrations of humankind; the relationships between and the interconnectedness of individuals and civilizations, from local and global perspectives.
Central idea :
Evidence of past civilizations can be used to make connections to present day societies.
Lines of Inquiry:
- Connections between the past, present and future civilizations and societies
- Processes involved in collecting, analysing and validating evidence from the past
- Preserving evidence of past civilizations
Key Concepts : Connection, Responsibility, Reflection
Inquirers, Communicators, Open-minded, Reflective
Commitment, Cooperation, Curiosity
To support our Unit of Inquiry: Where We Are in Place and Time, we will be creating a research report about the Ancient Egyptians.
To support the concept of Reflection students are going to learn about things at school. They will learn pronounce the vocabulary, respond questions, recognize words, writing hanzi and pin yin , and describe their things at school.
Performing Art (PA):
To support continuity concept, in this unit students will continue their lesson about how to play music as ensemble with more than one kind instrument and function.
Visual Art (VA):
To support our key concept ; form, of this unit, the students will learn to create a mural.
To support our unit of inquiry, students will be creating a non-fiction e-book about ancient artifacts kept in Museum Nasional.