Welcome to the Blog for Room 217 at Dovercourt Public School. In 2010, back in Room 52, at Alexander Muir/Gladstone Avenue PS, the idea for developing a blog took place. It is a place to begin lessons, open up discussions, and display the learning taking place.
So, why I may never find myself in Room 52 again, it serves as a reminder of a school community that was central to my development as an educator. Thanks for visiting.
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Lost Boys of Sudan documentary, second set of images from the Powerful photos exercise
This is a film we will be watching as we prepare for our "Passport" assignment in Geography. The film is called The Lost Boys of Sudan.
Sudan is a country in the continent of Africa.
This assignment and film correspond to our study of how humans respond to their physical environment. Here is an image I showed you in class:
In the documentary you watch, you will see young men from Sudan and in another film, you will meet a Kurdish teen from Iraq and how they grapple with travelling on the planet in search of something better.
Here is the second wave/set of photos selected by the Grade 7s for photos that changed the world.
Here is the Trailer for an upcoming film on Jessie Owens: