IEP: Organisational Skills

This term, students in IEP A are looking at the transdisciplinary theme of ‘how we organise ourselves’. Within this theme, we are investigating the role of the community in our lives and the ways in which we can help others.

The book, The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein was chosen to help students learn about giving without expectations. We completed a number of literacy activities including making our very own tree where we wrote what we were thankful for and what we can do to help one another.

It’s been a fun filled first week of term and I am looking forward to the opportunities this unit presents for my students! 

Cara Templeton

Head of the Intensive English Programme

 

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