Comparing two different cultures: Teeth Sharpening VS Teeth Filing
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Comparing two different cultures: Teeth Sharpening VS Teeth Filing


WALT: Explore different kinds of rituals from different cultures in Indonesia WILF: Students are able to: Know that each culture has their own ways of expressing their beliefs and values Use the thinking hats to organize their thinking Be open minded and tolerant accepting uniqueness and differences Language Focus: Rituals, Traditions, cultures, religion, beliefs, chanting, sacred, … Continue reading

Prezi: Our Rituals and Traditions
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Prezi: Our Rituals and Traditions


My students and I made this prezi presentation for our fortnight assembly. Dewi, Aldo, Coco, and Khrisna will tell you about their experiences in celebrating their rituals or traditions. Check this out! [gigya src=”http://prezi.com/bin/preziloader.swf” type=”application/x-shockwave-flash” allowfullscreen=”true” allowFullScreenInteractive=”true” allowscriptaccess=”always” width=”550″ height=”400″ bgcolor=”#ffffff” flashvars=”prezi_id=22b8xsx1enxd&lock_to_path=0&color=ffffff&autoplay=no&autohide_ctrls=0″] Continue reading

#Independent learning: Students decide their own ways to find information
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#Independent learning: Students decide their own ways to find information


Yesterday, I attended a key note presentation by Candha Pinsent, our school’s Math advisor. The presentation was about “listening to students’ voices as a springboard to the inquiry learning”. It reminded me about strategies that I once used in my class room in the beginning of rituals and traditions unit. At that time. I was … Continue reading