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    Exhibition slideshare pres Exhibition slideshare pres Presentation Transcript

    • What is the exhibition?
    • The exhibition is...
      • The exhibition is an end of the year group project that marks the end of our PYP years, this year’s theme was sharing the planet.
    • Groups
      • The theme Sharing the Planet was broken into smaller groups such as: Forests, Animals, Energy, Food and many more .
      • Each group consisted of 2-4 people and each person had a specific sub-topic that related to their group topic.
    • Paper credits
      • In our groups we had a certain amount of paper we could use and when we used a piece of paper we would lose a paper credit and we would have to do an act of green to regain it.
    • Research
      • In our groups we went to the library and on the internet to find useful information that we applied to our work.
      • We had many internet and book sources which we wrote down in our bibliography
      • We also researched at home and then brought it to class
    • Presentation
      • In our groups we each thought of a creative way to present our work.
      • For example: games, videos, poster boards and many more.
      • In our groups we worked on our presentation ideas and had them ready for exhibition day.
      • Thank You
      • And remember to save the planet !!!
    • THE STEPS TO THE EXHIBITION
    • Step 1: Brainstorm Topics
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    • AIR WATER ARTIC ANIMALS
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    • Step 5: Research and Wonder
    • Step 6: Inquiry in the Community
    • Step 7:Write Article
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    • Stage the Exhibition
    • PYP Exhibition 2009
      • Map of Events
      WESTON HALL Remember to visit our Speaker’s Corner to share your experience! SPEAKER’S CORNER IN E115 IMOVIE PRESENTATIONS IN E119 BITOVE LOUNGE COFFEE EXHIBITION PROCESS DISPLAY 5N FORESTS 5N AIR 5O WATER 5O ENERGY STAGE 5D TRANSPORTATION 5L RELIGION 5N ENERGY 5D OCEANS 5D ANIMALS 5D FORESTS 5D ARCTIC 5N ANIMALS 5L LAND 5L CREATURES 50 FOOD AGENDA VIDEO JOURNALS & FRENCH RAPS 5O LAND 5L TECHNOLOGY 50 ANIMALS 5L AIR 5N OCEANS 1:00 Introduction in Weston Hall 1:30 Wandering, sharing, learning 2:30 Formal Presentation in Weston Hall
    • What We Learned
    • We Learned How to Research
      • We learned to research using different sources like books, online and regular encyclopedias and the world wide web.
    • We Learned Organization
      • We learned to display our work in a neat manner, like spacing our work out and not merging things together.
      • We learned how to efficiently organize meetings and get-togethers.
      • We also learned to use our time wisely.
    • We Learned How to Work Together
      • We learned to spread the work equally between our groups and to do our share.
      • We also learned how to communicate amongst each other in Guidance Class to help us along the journey down Exhibition Ave.
      • Did you know about creatures...
      • Poaching is the illegal killing of animals such as, endangered animals or animals important to the community.
      • Over the past 5 years, 750 animals have been recorded extinct.
      We Learned Some Facts
    • Facts (continued)
      • Did you know about air quality...
      • From 1958 to 2005, there has been an increase of 65 million molecules of CO2 in the atmosphere.
      • Some scientists predict that the Arctic will be ice free in the summer by 2012-2014.
    • The Lowell Glacier receding(5 km ice melted since 1980). Taken by Ed Struzik.
    • Thank you! Be Green!