Exploration Unit in Grade 3 Builds Research Skills | VIDEO
From Columbus to Dias to da Gama to Magellan, Grade 3 students are building up their research techniques by inquiring into past explorers.
The self-determined Primary Years Programme students just wrapped up their unit on exploration. The major focus was on the age of journeys and the impact those discoveries have today.
Watch as the students discuss what they learned during their unit on exploration in the video below.
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