Visual Arts


Watercolour Landscape

Published on October 20th, 2016 | by Visual Art Editor

Grade 7 students have finally got the opportunity to put their colour theory and mark making techniques into practice. The students took a range of landscape photos from there recent Zhujiajiao Water Village trip, chose their... Read More




Published on October 20th, 2016 | by Chinese Editor

本周,高一“语言和文学”普通和高级班的学生们利用中文课的时间准备他们第一次的“延伸口头活动”——基于课程第一部分中所学过的“语言和性别”、“语言和群体”、“语言和等级”以及“语言的历史演变”四个主题。他们将从不同的角度选取不同的文本,就多元文化理解的问题展开探讨。 学生们将分别从“性别歧视”、“话语权”、“社会性别”、“社会群体”等方面,阐述他们各自对于所学主题的见解。学生们通过对文本的文化背景,包括对其传播的方式和媒介的考察,他们将能够经历一个多元文化理解的过程,从而对他们自身的文化习惯进行反思。... Read More



G7 Idiom Game: Draw Something

Published on October 19th, 2016 | by Chinese Editor

In order to help G7 students improve their vocabulary of the idiom, Miss Wu designed draw something game for them. Each lesson, a student draws a idiom on the white board for the rest of the... Read More



Evolutionary Psychology

Published on October 18th, 2016 | by Humanities Editor

Grade 11 Psychology students are now studying evolutionary psychology.  It is a theoretical approach to psychology that attempts to explain useful mental and psychological traits—such as memory, perception, or language—as adaptations, i.e., as the functional products... Read More



Tectonic Activities

Published on October 18th, 2016 | by Humanities Editor

In grade 9 IGCSE Geography students are wrapping up a unit on tectonic activities and recently were able to use a great online resource to find out how structures are able to withstand the monumental power... Read More



Experimenting on Animals

Published on October 18th, 2016 | by Humanities Editor

Written by SoWoon Nam (Grade 9 Ruby) Experimenting on animal is one of the most recent issues and a topic where the people in the whole world interested in. This issue is continuously stated in many... Read More



Hip hip hooray for DNA

Published on October 15th, 2016 | by Science Editor

The Grades 9 biologists are studying biological molecules. They used colour coded pipe cleaners to model the. double helix structure of DNA as well as the complimentary base pairing of adenine with thymine (A with T)... Read More



To extract or not to extract?

Published on October 14th, 2016 | by Science Editor

Many compounds and elements are not found in nature in their pure form. They often found combined with another substance forming a mixture. These substances are not chemically combined. Physical methods or techniques can be used... Read More



Exerting Power through Speech

Published on October 14th, 2016 | by English Editor

How do we exert power by speaking differently? People can often include or exclude others by the way they speak. Word choice, speed, syntax and accent all play a role in how we exert power through... Read More

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