Transdisciplinary Theme: Where We Are in Place and Time
An inquiry into orientation in place and time; personal histories; homes and journeys; the discoveries, explorations and migrations of humankind; the relationships between and the interconnectedness of individuals and civilizations, from local and global perspectives
Central Idea: Exploration leads to discovery and develops new understanding
Lines of Inquiry:
- Reasons for exploration.
- How explorations have taken place over time
- The consequence of exploration on people and societies
Key concepts: change, causation, perspective
Related concept :exploration,colonialism, power, navigation
Summative Task: You are a statue of an explorer in Discovery Museum. You are going to show and explain about your exploration to visitors
The focused learner profile within the Unit of Inquiry : inquirer, risk taker, and thinker
Inquirer: The students need to show their curiosity and idea by asking, discussing, searching, and reading more resources in order to understand reason of exploration.
Risk taker: The students will need to explore the places they have not been before.They will also learn the stories from courageous explorers in the past
Thinker: The students will need to create an observation to find out the consequence of exploration on people and societies based on the historical artifacts.