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In Humanities this week, we started and continued interviewing subjects for our Humans of Istanbul Summative Assessment. Using what we learned with Mrs. bond in English class with how to interview, we pushed our questions and followed up with “What do you mean?” or “Can you explain that a bit more?” Some of you even STEPPED … [Read more…]
This week, I introduced to you the Summative Assessment for Humanities– Portraits and Interviews: Humans of Istanbul. See the Google Slides presentation to learn more about the task and timeline. By MONDAY, 5 October, you will have: brainstormed examples of paradigm shift thinking that Istanbul-based people you know have experienced identified two people and– in your own words– described their experiences with PST … [Read more…]
TACO ORANGUTANS Braxton- Neil Armstrong Efe- Sir Edmund Hillary / Leo- Leonardo da Vinci Fouad- Anthony Bourdain / Giampaolo- Jeff Corwin Roman- Max Planck Ivan- Meriwhether Lewis Elias- Pedro de Alves Svea- Roald Amundsen Kilani- Ferdinand Megellan Selin- Matthew Henson Johanna- Charles Darwin Asya- Yuri Gagarin HUMANICORNS Sacha- Marco Polo Sascha- Neil Armstrong Alpin- Leonardo da Vinci Yigit- Gus Grissom Isaac- Edwin Aldrin, Jr. Oliver- James Cook … [Read more…]
Dear Students, This week, we covered a lot of information about class rules and expectations for Humanities. Here’s a reminder and breakdown, in case you forgot: RULES * Just because it looks good doesn’t mean it is good. — Remember, your ideas and the content go farther than how “pretty” or “cool” something seems. * Treat others … [Read more…]