Unit :2, How We Organize Ourselves (Session: 2020-21)

    Session: 2020-2021 Unit :2 Theme: How We Organize Ourselves Central idea: Government systems influence the lives of people.   Lines of inquiry: ●        Functions of governmental systems ●        Ways decision making practices reflect human rights ●        Impact of Government on societal well-being ●        Rights and responsibilities of citizenship In this unit learners will learn about rights and responsibilities to organize themselves and things around them. They will explore how the interconnections of human-made systems and communities, the structure and function of organizations and societal decision-making can impact the governmental system of countries. They will also inquire about equality, politics and their impact on humankind. Throughout the unit they will be researching and asking questions to facilitate their inquiries.   While exploring the different governmental systems, learners will also learn story writing based on societal well-being and rig

How The World Works

Unit : 6  Theme:  How the world works We are excited to announce     the commencement of 6th unit of inquiry under the theme ‘ How the world Works’ . We have decided to conduct PYP Exhibition under the theme . Throughout the unit learners will be inquiring into the natural world and its laws; the interaction between the natural world (physical and biological) and human societies; how humans use their understanding of scientific principles; the impact of scientific and technological advances on society and on the environment. PYP Exhibition is a culminating experience for fifth grades where the process is more important than the product. It gives ample of opportunities to learners where they reflect on what they want to learn, how the best they can learn and what possible action they can take to make this world a better place. The purpose of the Exhibition is to display the learners’ understanding and to celebrate their success as learners, working wi