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Together for a Green World

22 June 2015

“Help us protect our school garden” is the agreement KGII classes have made with their school community. In our theme “Sharing the planet” learners have deepened their understanding on how human beings and animals are dependent upon plants and that our role is to protect them.
Learners collaboratively started with planning and designing for their inquiries. They hypothesized on the different conditions plants need to survive and grow and they experimented their suggestions. Then they analyzed and organized data as they observed seeds they planted responding to the different conditions.
The key concepts change, causation, and responsibility deepened the learners’ understandings about the conditions plants need to survive, how plants contribute to life on Earth, such as providing us and animals with oxygen, food, and shelter, and lastly our responsibility in taking action toward plants.
Learners exhibited the inquirer, knowledgeable, and reflective profile attributes. The critical and creative thinking they developed allowed them to share their knowledge through taking actions by creating signs, sharing them with the school community, and putting them in our school garden to help together in protecting it.

Rawan Khalifeh
KGII Homeroom Teacher