Category Archives: Exhibition
This week was the first week of taking action and it was a very productive one 🧐. This week I got my booklet from my teacher that say’s “Taking Action” and that’s when we started taking action.
This week we just started so I have only made one taking action so far. My plans are:
- Sign up to the White Ribbon 👍
- Tell more people about my issue
- Send a letter to the AFL
- Posters to inspire
- Ask people to sign up to a anti-violence organisation
- Hand out fliers
The thumbs-up means completed that taking action part
Next week is going to be a busy one but I will get through it
This week in exhibition was a reasonably quiet week. This is the setting up week so I am making banners and choosing work for the exhibition night.
Getting Up To Date
We have completed all the really hard stuff and now all I need to focus on is my setting up the exhibition night. Finally MY EXHIBITION GROUP HAS COMPLETED OUR DANCE!!!!!!! It took us ages but we have completed it.
So far I have completed my banner and I need to decide what to show on exhibition.
I have noticed that the class is extremely focused on their work and it is very useful if I’m trying to finish work. I do not know how long or wide my table for exhibition is. I have not practiced speaking but that is one of my goals for next week. We
This was the final week of term three so we had to complete a couple of things because I was so up to date. The first thing was to complete our dance because that needed to be finished before the end of term three. I thought we failed because it wasn’t very good. It was us ‘Leo walking’ towards the victim and we were the bully’s. We just started hitting him with sticks. The final thing I had to start was art because we will complete that in term four.
This week in exhibition we are working on the making conclusion stage. The first thing we had to complete was our poetry. I know I did it last week but we had to complete 2 more pieces of poetry and I completed it in a jiffy. I was told that they were not child-friendly so I will only show them to older children an adults.
The next thing, was to complete my data representation in my book which was for maths. I chose to do the percentage of domestic violence caused by men or women. 76% were men and 24% were women.
We had St Andrews in-concert which kind of ruined most of our exhibition time.
The final thing i did this week was to sort out my folder because it was a MESS! I had to sort them into sections of Calendar, Agreements etc… Tuning in – plan, research, making conclusions and reflections.
This week in exhibition was a tough one but I handled it well. My first priority was to get my information texts completed. They were the main part of the making conclusions stage of exhibition. I also had to get my poetry completed but it was pretty simple. The poetry was about our global issue and we had to use our writing skills to complete the task. The final thing I had to complete was my clip on my Global issue and I had to complete my audio.
The first thing I had to do before we could sort out and go further was to do the finding out stage of exhibition. The finding out stage is basically the research that we have to do on our Global Issue. The finding out stage also answered all my questions on our diagram.
I had to use at least one primary source which is first hand information and not a second hand source. My primary source was mum who has helped me with most of the exhibition process so far. It was a big challenge because we had to find three sources that had the same information and that was. The finding out stage went on for about 1-2 weeks then we had to start the sorting out stage.
The sorting out stage was where I had to sort out only the important information that I found out in the finding out stage. That only took me 30-60 minutes to do but I had a harder challenge up ahead. To finish up the sorting out stage I found graphs and I had to use the information from those graphs to write questions.
Finally I had the going further stage and that was hard. I had to go further with one of our lines of inquiry. I chose Impacts of violence and i think I chose the right one. I had to research that line of inquiry and go deeper in our research so I have detailed information.
This week exhibition was a challenge, and I mean a big challenge. We had to finish all our lines of inquiry and research all the questions to do with the lines of inquiry. We also had to finish the finding out stage of the exhibition because we were a week behind. It was a big challenge because we had to find out a primary source and I do not have a primary source. And to top that off the internet was not a primary source and you can get lost on the internet.
This week we finished our tuning in stage of exhibition and this is my reflection on this stage. My Central Idea is ‘Feelings, beliefs and values encourage responsibility’. It was quite hard to write a central idea and there were many attempts and fails but we got there in the end. We also finished our Lines of Inquiry and that was difficult as well. It was hard because we had to marry two concepts and at first i had no idea what a concept is. My teacher told me it wasn’t a physical thing and that made me even more confused. After hours of explaining and lots of hard work i finally had my lines of inquiry. My lines of inquiry were ‘An inquiry into types of violence’, ‘an inquiry into impacts of violence’, and ‘an inquiry into how to conquer violence’. To make my lines of inquiry I need transdiciplinary themes which are like the themes of the inquiry. My themes were ‘How we express ourselves’, ‘Sharing the planet’ and ‘How the world works’. We than to make our questions to make our lines of inquiry we needed Key Concepts. Mine were Form, Causation and Responsibility. I had my first Mentor Meeting was with my exhibition teacher and she was extremely helpful. I have an exhibition group and they are very funny. I think we need to improve on our focus better and staying on task. My Global issue is Violence and i chose it because it interests me and it is a big issue in the world.
This is my exhibition lotus diagram for my questions to make them into lines of inquiry. My global issue is violence and my group is Hugo and Jethro. My central idea is ‘Feelings beliefs and values encourage responsibility’s’ The process has gone well so far but we got a long way to go.
Written by Ethan
This is my exhibition lotus diagram that I used to make my lines of inquiry. We categorised the questions into 8 key concepts and sorted them into lines of inquiry. The exhibition journey has been exciting so far but we are not even close to finishing. My central idea is ‘Feelings, beliefs and values encourage responsibility.’ My group for the exhibition is Hugo and Jethro.
Written by Ethan