WE ARE EXHIBITION
YEAR 6 2014
PYP EXHIBITION RESOURCES
Best start in Life,
WHO WE ARE
CENTRAL IDEA: The choices made influence wellbeing
KEY CONCEPTS: RESPONSIBILITY & CONNECTION
LEARNER PROFILE: KNOWLEDGEABLE, COURAGEOUS, BALANCED
DISCUSS AND IDENTIFY THE KEY CONCEPTS IN THE IMAGE AND THE WEBSITE
http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/0043/00438640.jpg Image source Best start in Life, Scotland.gov.uk, 2014 .
Children from eight different schools did paintings and drawings
for the Minister, showing her their interpretations of the eight
indicators of wellbeing safe, healthy, achieving, nurtured, active, respected, responsible
Children and wellbeing
Choice and wellbeing
What is wellbeing?
Wellbeing and Happiness
Fill Your Bucket - Children's Song by The Learning Station
Be happy - Emotional Well Being Series Kids Animation (see the series for younger students)
UNDERSTANDING WELLBEING & EXPLORING FURTHER
DEFINITION OF WELLBEING
QUALITY OF LIFE &
TRUTHS, CHOICE &
SPIRITUAL RESOURCES PHYSICAL (HEALTH) RESOURCES
Pillar of wellbeing Student mental health well being What Makes Us Thrive? The
5 Dimensions of Wellbeing
Spirituality and wellbeing Spiritual wellbeing Spiritual wellbeing examples Spirituality for kids Spiritual growth for kids
QLD Government Health Kids Health
CITIZENS (COMMUNITY) SUCCESS AS A LEARNER QUESTIONS FOR
DEVELOPING YOUR INQUIRY Community wellbeing
Culture and wellbeing Communities Matter - article Communities Matter report
Being in balance as a student
QUESTION COMPASS QUESTION MATRIX SOCRATIC QUESTIONS
APPS TO EXPLORE THE CONCEPT OF WELLBEING
These apps have been select as being relevant to the current unit of study, Please note that
these are not specifically endorsed by the College. Any use of technology needs to be in
consultation with a parent or guardian. If an apps requires a user account this needs to be
created with a parent or guardian. Please consider online safety and privacy when selecting apps
or account creation.
APPS FOR EXPLORATION
SPIRITUAL SOCIAL/ EMOTIONAL PHYSICAL
The Bible app
Bible Studies for
Life: Kids Family
Yoga - Short
Yoga Journey Lite
Calm - Meditate,
COMMUNITY APPS PDF APPS FOR EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING
The Guardian Eyewitness
This PDF has compiled
many apps for Emotional
Fig - Your personal wellness
guide for body and soul $$
LaLa Lunchbox - Fun lunch
planning for parents and
kids by LaLa Lunchbox, LLC
ARTICLES ABOUT APPS AND WELLBEING
Psychologist Interview: Dr Michael Carr-Gregg on Great Tools to Use with Young People
5 iPad Apps for Social and Emotional Learning
Do educational apps enhance your child's learning?
Top Kids Games and Apps to Encourage Healthy Eating and Physical Activity
Promoting health and wellbeing
Health, safety and wellbeing
Exhibition JSSALC wikispaces
Deciding on Resources to Use
A primary source
learner to interact
with the source
Person Interview Artefact
E-mail Contact Event Community
Telephone Call Organisations Survey
Observation of Object (animate and inanimate)
Sources What Are Primary Sources?
source is a
Reference Material Book Telephone Directories
Newspaper Magazines Slide Shows
resources Encyclopaedia Photographs
Video Tape / DVD Audio Tapes / Discs Dictionaries
Online Databases have I learnt how they work
Sources What Are Historical Sources?
Internet Web Site Library catalogue Online Experts
Electronic Encyclopaedia / Search Engines Graph, chart, diagram,
Where will I
School Library Home Library Public Library
Other Library Internet Provided by my
source and its
RELEVANCE APPROPRIATENESS DETAIL
CURRENCY AUTHORITY BIAS
Interactive model -RADCAB
Possible tools to
Presentation tool (e.g.
Poster (hardcopy or
photo slide show) Surveys/Polls
Interviews using audio
Book creators (MS
Moodle course ICT TOOLS FOR STUDENTS
Helpful resources and websites
The following resources are suggested to support you in your school work. Navigate
to the following websites to learn more about researching, digital citizenship and
how to become a better student.
JS Library webpage
Go to the JS Virtual Library.
Here you will find resources for
STUDENT GUIDES & TEMPLATES
RESEARCHING & SEARCHING TIPS
BIBLIOGRAPHIES & REFERENCING
RESOURCES FOR YOUR UNITS OF INQUIRY
The Research Safari
A resource that connects you to user guides, websites and ideas on the Information
Literacy Process. Download the research planner to help you with your researching.
A resource that guides you through how to study, tools to help you get organised,
plan and identify tools for presenting your learning journey.
Questions and Socratic Questions
DEVELOP A DESIGN FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF YOUR PHYSICAL SPACE
For the PYP Exhibition evening and the following day, you will present your
Exhibition journey to your parents, teachers and students. To do this effectively
you will need to plan your space so that it is not only visually appealing, but
engages others and is safe space.
To complete this aspect of the PYP Exhibition requirements you (and your team)
will take on the role of design engineers and apply the following steps in the design
In addition, you will need to consider the following elements in order to construct a
physical space to display your PYP Exhibition journey.
DESIGN-CONSTRUCTION-RISK -ASSESSMENT-PROBLEM SOLVING
Balance: Asymmetrical rather than symmetrical balance with the display.
Size of Objects: Place the largest object into display first.
Colour: Helps set mood and feelings.
Focal Point: Where product and props/signage and background come
Simplicity: Less is more so know when to stop and don't add too many items.
Before designing a physical display, consider the resources that you are going to
Scissors, Stapler, Two-Sided Tape, Pins, Tape Measure
Notepad, Pencil, Marker
Signage, Sign Holders etc.
STEP ONE: ASK
WHAT IS THE TASK? WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO ACHIEVE
(CHECK YOUR REQUIREMENTS)?
What have others done previously?
What do you have to consider about your specific resources, artefacts, models in order to fit the design space?
Explain your needs and any problems you might have (include safety
considerations, actual construction needs, people to talk to etc.)
NEEDS POSSIBLE PROBLEMS
NAME RISKS CONTROL MEASURES PERSON RESPONSIBLE
power boards etc
Tripping hazard All items have been tested and
tagged by Safety Officer
STEP TWO: IMAGINE
What are solutions in your problem (space, layout, materials)?
How might the space develop?
As a group brainstorm ideas for you to clearly construct your physical space.
NEEDS POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
STEP THREE: PLAN
Plan: Make a diagram of the physical layout. Be accurate and measure your needs.
(You may need to draw this a few times)
Include a list of all the necessary materials.
STEP FOUR: CREATE
Create: Follow your plan and create it.
Be prepared to revisit this step.
STEP FIVE: IMPROVE & EVALUATE
Improve: Make your design even better. Test it out...
Evaluate your design. What worked? What didnt work?
If the original plan did not work as well as you expected, revisit the planning step
and find a better solution. Revisit the create step and build a new design.
(Year) Title of Book (in italics) Publisher City of
It is also appropriate to use an online tools to help you cite your sources (e.g. citethisforme, bibme)
Author company name (Date of
Title of Web site (in italics) [online] Available: URL (web address)
Author or company
Title of image site (in italics) [online] Available: URL (web address)
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At St Andrews Lutheran College students are encouraged to demonstrate
academic honesty. The key concepts of academic honesty are outlined below.
The IBs Learner Profile provides direction and validity in valuing academic honesty.
Students are encouraged to reflect and demonstrate appropriate action.
I _________________________________ declare that for this submitted
I did not cut and paste information from another source and produce it as my
I have acknowledged my sources to the best of my ability (using quotation
marks, in text citation and included a bibliography).
Sources includes information from websites, interviews, images and peoples ideas.
HONESTY To be truthful
INTEGRITY An understanding and demonstration of
honesty and fairness in a persons actions
PLAGIARISM The lack of correct identification of ownership
of ideas or work