Unit of Inquiry: How we organise ourselves

Unit of Inquiry: How we organise ourselves
Suzanne Holguin

The students studied about different types of government in our unit How We Organise Ourselves.

In this unit, the Grade 6 students learned about different governments. We were lucky enough to go to the Japanese Diet and have a special session with Councillor Makiyama, a representative of the Upper House for Kanagawa. As we learned about governments, we studied the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. We took action by having the Grade 6 booth at the Festival of Nations become a learning center and art booth of the UNSDGs. Our creative art pieces were then presented to the whole student body on United Nations Day.

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