Dear students and grown ups,
We expressed our identities in different ways. We are writing this blog post to tell you about how we expressed our identities for our CBL solutions.
Shahwaiz and Virraj: We made exploding Coke by mixing Coke and Mentos to express our identity because we like science. We invited some people to watch our experiment. It went a little well.
Zahira and Fatima: We taught other people tennis because we like tennis and we practise. We taught people forehands, backhands and how to serve. People loved it.
Maddy, Alana, Emma and Olivia: We expressed our identities through doing gymnastics. We asked Miss Abbas if we could use the equipment at the gym. We made a poster to show people the day and what we would teach them, how many minutes the gymnastics session would go for. A lot of people came to do gymnastics with us and found it exciting.
Aram, Enes, Krew, Jesaiah and Aiden: Our solution was to play soccer. We brought our own soccer ball and a whistle. We had more people playing. We played boys versus girls. It was great and people saw our tricks.
Joel: In buddies, I had some people play Lego with me because I like Lego. Everybody in the group liked the Lego.
Harjap, Maha and Ghina: We are teaching people about our languages. We wrote down what we were going to say in our languages and then we practised it. At the end, we recorded our own languages on iPads.
Gurchet: First, I wanted to make a song then I made lyrics. Then I got my iPad to go on Garageband and I got some instruments on it. I practised singing the song. Then I recorded my voice for the real song. Then I saved it.
Riaz and Sarah: Our solution was to express our identities through basketball. We taught people how to play basketball. We taught them tricks. Other people came up to have a try. People were actually good at it.
Hannah: I planned what I was going to do for my solution. I wrote a letter to Cathy to ask her if I can borrow gardening equipment. I taught people how to garden. I watered the plants. People saw it and it was good.
Rayshan: I taught people how to do tap dance by myself. I learned how to do tap dance from my family and I practised it. It was very hard to practise. It was fun to tap dance. I picked tap dance because it’s about dancing. I invited people to watch me tap dance.