Central Idea: Information can be expressed by collecting, organising data and discuss chance in daily life
Lines of Inquiry
Ms Smita: What is data?
Charlie: It is knowledge when you research.
Keshav: It is finding how many?
Mikhail: It is finding how much?
With this understanding we decided to to find out how many loops each of us could make in 3 minutes.
We then laid them in a straight line. We realized that we had to label them and we needed a title for what we were finding out. Finally we analysed our loops, how long or short, how many or how few could we make.
We found that
Most or the longest loop was 13 loops long.
Least or shortest was 2 loops long.
Five students built loops that were 6 loops long.
We sorted our shoes into three groups (laces, straps, and both-lace and staprs ) and made a concrete graph using our shoes.
Unit Of Inquiry: Where We Are In Place And Time
Central Idea: Changing homes changes lives
Lines Of Inquiry:
Visiting Author and Illustrator - Fleur Vella Chang
1. She is the mother of one of the students in K2.
2. The students (whose mother is reading) name begins with a vowel.
Book Swap and Mother Tongue reading with Grade 8.
Character Dress Up
UOI: How We Organize Ourselves
We held each others hand and got tangled. Our challenge was to untangle ourselves without leaving each others hands.
We worked together in teams to present a shadow puppet or shadow performance.
We are the class of K2 consisting of 5 and 6 year olds. Our teacher, Ms Smita, facilitates our learning through inquiry and lots of fun!