Exhibition is heating up with all the kids rushing through the fantastic booths. Kids with questions buzzing through their heads and the displays catching their eye. Many off these groups are like magnets they can grab attention easily, however they still manage to slip in some knowledge. Compliments bursting into books, exhibition has just been great. The live stream might need a little fixing though. The Grade 5 students are determined to share their thinking even if it might be challenging.
Happy Exhibition! Everyone is probably really tired from yesterdays amazing work! Now Japanese International School has arrived! I hope they enjoy our very interesting topics. I hope all the groups are ready. Did you know Exhibition has been an excellent turn out?
Check out our Live Stream! The live stream shows some interviews and videos of us and our groups during the day, you can also check out our Live Chat! You can ask some of the students ( like me ) questions! You can even ask someone from the visiting school which is Japanese International School right now. Sadly the Live stream is having technical difficulties, sorry about that! But we have the tech crew helping so I think it will be fine!
It's a new day of Exhibition! We are all excited to educate people about our interesting topics. Yesterday, our parents came to the exhibition to see what we have been working on for the last six months. They were impressed by how much work we did and how we could explain our issues. When they came, before we showed them our work, they saw an amazing video about the process of our exhibition. All of the groups explained their action in interesting ways.
Last night was fun, but today we have the grade fours here! They seem impressed with all of the hard work we have done. All of the groups are trying to advertise for their booths. This Exhibition is off to a great start!
I really liked how it begun. I was quite satisfied with the result of several month's worth of work in just 2 days. I thin that even though it started out as interesting, it quickly turned to being tedious and boring. After all, who wouldn't feel the tiniest bit bored after reciting the same thing over and over for about a zillion times? Anyway, I feel like the hardest age groups to work with were the really small buddies and also the high schoolers. The little ones had a VERY hard time concentrating and it took strenuous amounts of patience to keep them at bay. They didn't understand many things and barely even listened to anything I said. The high schoolers were also hard to work with, as sometime they got carried away with their own conversations and didn't really listen to what we said. One thing that I was confident with, though, was the fact that at their age, almost all the high schoolers were coupled up, so when you got the attention of one boy or one girl, their "other half" would follow them around.
Exhibition is much harder than I thought, and I'm just glad that it's only for 2 days! Because if I had to do this regularly, I'd go insane before the end of the school year. I think that I'm definitely looking forwards to seeing Kingston International School's Exhibition, and see the differences between ours and theirs.
Just a minute ago the Grade 3's just left and the Grade 6's arrived! Personally I think our group couldn't do any better! Many people are visiting our station and really enjoying it. Grade 5 so far, are doing a fantastic job. Even though its extremely hot and sweaty, Grade 5 are coping and handling the students very well. Imagine how busy it must be!
As you might of already known several students, right now, have been given the opportunity and responsibility to have a job. Blanca is doing the v-tour, video tour, shouldn't that be exciting! If you did not know, the video tour job is when you give a tour of the chaos at Exhibition. As well as the excitement.
Looking at the Exhibition schedule job paper, I see that David is doing the inside guides job. I wonder how thats going! Just now Mr Peter left the room. Actually I think that all the Grade 4 teachers have left as well as the students.
Now my time has finished but I'm sure whoever the next blogger is, must have a lot to say! Make sure to check out Guy's live chat to catch up.
Just around 5 minutes ago, we had a lunch break. Grade 3 have just come in. For now I can’t see any grade 9s. The grade 3s have already been sparse around our exhibition booths and there seem to be a lot of people at the child poverty. Now they’ve jut about emptied. The war and conflict group also seems pretty popular. I can’t see how my group’s going. I wouldn't call this chaos but its just so crowded. Wow, we can’t rest for one second! I can’t believe it! Wait! 2 secondary school girls just passed! And now the whole of grade 9 is here as well! As the grade 3s, they’re sparse around and its just crazy! For now my group just has Ms. Stacey, who is signing our comment book. The grade 3s are still here but some, if I’m not mistaken are leaving. Still, more grade 9s are here and the whole place is absolutely full of grade 3, and grade 9s, and grade 5s (us) explaining our issue and the its just a jumble of talking, making, playing, explaining, drawing and loads more! This is absolutely awesome.