原创SUIS 课堂 | IG1 “世界水日” 主题演讲
On 22nd March, we commemorate World Water Day. It was established in 1993 with the goal of raising awareness of the issues regarding the world's water resources. It is a good time to consider how we feel about this really important resource, which is genuinely in short supply for 2 billion people.
This World Water Day is about accelerating change to solve the water crisis. And because water affects us all, we need everyone to take action. With this mission in mind, after completing the syllabus content on the topic of water, the teachers of the Science Department then guided the students to pay more attention to the global water situation, and launched a "water" publicity activity. In this way, we call for action.
Through communication, IG1 students in our school formed groups according to the aspects in which each person is interested. Each group then chose and explored a topic, designed the topic framework, and displayed the results of their findings in their own group and proposed their own initiatives.
Following are the contents they structured and presented in the class, such as water pollution, the importance of water, the usage of water, and how to value water. This is truely a demostration of the research skills of our students.
Adelaide, Kim, Fiona, Jay
Jack, Gordon, Charly, Jerry, Beven
Leo L, Leo Y, Davis, Andy
Cici, Nancy, Rachel, Tiffani, Angelina
Willa, Lily, Lucy, Kerry
How does your household use water?
What can you do to save water?
The English presentation is scored by students and teachers in 4 criteria, which fully test their research, public speaking, aesthetic and interaction skills and most importantly their collaboration ability.
演讲后 After the Presentation
At SUIS, we focus on cultivating students' international mindedness and global perspective, and lead them to become international citizens. After the presentations of their findings, we will take all IG1 students to Shanghai Water Authority in Pudong in June to complete a further off-campus study and exploration.
In the end, we call for everyone to
"Play your part by doing what you can. Be the change you want to see in the world! "