Wednesday, 6 June 2018

Inquiry Unit - Citizenship

As part of our Inquiry unit into Citizenship, the teachers decided to turn our shared learning space into an airport/airplane and take us on a trip around the world. 
Before our trip we all made passports and learnt about the information that they contain. On the day of our travel we all got a plane ticket, used our reading folders as luggage and headed off to the airport!  Our tickets told us what country we were flying to.  Four flights to India, England, Japan and Samoa were called one at a time. We had to go through check in, show our tickets and drop off our bags, before heading into the waiting lounge. When our flight was called, we boarded the plane and found our correct seat.  On the plane we watched a safety video and enjoyed a dramatic monologue from the pilot. After we disembarked, we went through immigration where we got a stamp in our passports, collected our luggage from the baggage claim and headed off to customs. When we finally got out of the airport, we made our way to India (Rm 1), England (Rm 2), Japan (Rm 3) and Samoa (Rm 4), where we learnt a little bit about each country and had a lot of fun along the way!

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