Thursday, 8 September 2016

Cultural Sharing in Grade Six

It has been really interesting getting started with our first unit of inquiry and building an understanding of what culture is.

Mia A and Tanaya were this week's blog post drafters from 6A. Here's what they had to say:

For the past two weeks, everyone has brought in an item from a culture that they belong in. We shared it with our classmates and set up a cultural table to show the items we brought.


In the spirit of Global Mindedness, students decided to translate the Central Idea: Understanding the beliefs and values of others can promote global mindedness, into several languages including Japanese, Hebrew, Korean, Chinese and Irish.
Central Idea and Lines of Inquiry in the languages of 6A.

This unit's Learner Profile Focus is on being Globally Minded. As the students prepare for house their applications for the position of House Captain, they are putting forward plans for  how they will develop and promote Global Mindedness. 


  1. Well done Tanaya and Mia for contributing to our Blog for this week!

  2. I admire the way you have arranged your blog post and effectively showcased your learning journey. Keep up the marvelous work 6A students, I am proud of you!