1819 Grade 6 – Where We Are in Place and Time (February 8th – March 8th)

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

Skills

Communication, Research

Learner profile

Inquirers, Communicators, Open-minded, Reflective

Attitudes

Commitment, Cooperation, Curiosity

English:

To support our Unit of Inquiry: Where We Are in Place and Time, we will be creating a research report about the Ancient Egyptians.


Mandarin :

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.  

ICT:

To support our unit of inquiry, students will be creating a non-fiction e-book about ancient artifacts kept in Museum Nasional.

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