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Grade6 Programme Overview 2011-2012 for Blogs

Grade6 Programme Overview 2011-2012 for Blogs

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Our Grade 6 PYP curricular overview for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Our Grade 6 PYP curricular overview for the 2011-2012 academic year.

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GRADE 6 PROGRAMME OVERVIEW – 2011/2012
 Grade Six
Dates:Aug. 22 - Sept. 23Jan. 2 - 20 (tuning - in)Apr. 23 - June 8Sept. 26 - Oct. 27Feb. 1 - Mar. 7Oct. 31 - Dec. 9Mar. 12 - Apr. 20Transdisciplinary
THEME
Who We Are
 An inquiry into the nature of self;beliefs and values; personal, physical, mental, social and spiritual health; humanrelationships including families,friends, communities and cultures; rights and responsibilities; what it means tobe human
Where We Are in Place andTime
 An inquiry into orientation in place and time; personal histories; homes and journeys;the discoveries, explorations and migrations of humankind; therelationships between and theinterconnectedness of individualsand civilizations, from local and global perspectives
How We Express Ourselves
 An inquiry into
 
the ways in whichwe discover and express ideas,feelings, nature, culture, beliefsand values; the ways in which wereflect on, extend and enjoy our creativity; our appreciation of theaesthetic 
How the World Works
 An inquiry into the natural world and its laws; the interactionbetween the natural world (physical and biological) and human societies; how humansuse their understanding of scientific principles; the impact of scientific and technological advances on society and on theenvironment 
How We Organize Ourselves
 An inquiry into the inter-connectedness of human-madesystems and communities; thestructure and function of organisations; societal decisionmaking; economic activities and their impact on humankind and the environment 
Sharing the Planet
 An inquiry into
 
rights and responsibilities in the struggle toshare finite resources with other  people and other living things;communities and the relationshipswithin and between them; accessto equal opportunities
CENTRAL IDEA
Differences in values cancause conflict that wechoose to deal with indifferent waysEXHIBITIONThe application of elements and principlesdetermine the success of artistic compositionThe continual evolutionof Earth’s naturalfeatures affects life onthe planetThe organisation andoperation of marketplaces isdetermined by thecommunities in whichthey are locatedThe use of power hasconsequences that affectsrelationships and accessto opportunities
KEY CONCEPTS
FunctionCausationFunctionConnectionReflectionFormCausationChangeFunctionCausationConnectionFunctionConnection
RELATEDCONCEPTS
HarmonyResolutionRelationshipAppreciationAestheticsEvolutionNatural phenomenaMarketOrganisationPoweConsequences
LINES OF INQUIRY
How personal conflictsariseHow values are formedHow we react in timesof conflictThe application oelements andprinciplesThe relationshipbetween the creationof, and response to,artistic compositionWhat makes asuccessful artisticcompositionHow Earth haschanged over timeHow Earth’s naturalfeatures have evolvedHow changes inEarth’s naturalfeatures have affectedlifeHow marketplacesaround the worldoperateWhy the operation andorganization of marketplaces differ How marketplacesmeet the needs of communitiesThe effects of power onthe behaviour of peopleThe consequences of the actions of thosewith power How peace and conflictare managed globally
DISCIPLINE FOCUS
PSPEPerforming Arts –DramaLiteracyThe ArtsScienceSocial StudiesLiteracySocial StudiesLiteracySocial StudiesLiteracy
TEACHERQUESTIONS/PROVOCATION
What precipitatesconflict?How do personalWhen is art good?Can everyone be anartist?Is change inevitable?What came first themarket or thecommunity?Where is the power?What is cost of power?

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