Think Puzzle Explore
1. What do you think you know about this topic?
2. What questions or puzzles do you have?
3. How can you explore this topic?
Look at all of these different classrooms. I want you to think, be puzzled and explore. Be mesmerized by what you see.
7 thoughts on “Classrooms Around the World”
I feel sad for them kids because they share seats,don’t have very good seats,some don’t have seats and some of their classrooms are made of yuck bricks and some don’t have roofs!
Some of the pictures you have put up,Miss Joyce, some of the classrooms are poor and some are wealthier than others I am able to show this because some of the children are on laptops and other pieces of technology and other people are writing on pieces of paper and are not sitting at tables.
Mrs Joyce you have put up are of all different types of classrooms around the world.
With some of the photos they are in poor parts of the countries and then with another photo they are in a classroom and are sitting in a seat.
I am feeling mixed emotions because there are different things in each photo. In some the photos I am feeling sad because the children are sitting on dirt. It is sad that the children have to sit on dirt because they could be sitting on or near spiders that are poisonous and they could get bitten and not know.
I am also feeling that the kids that have a classroom don’t take it for granted because they look like they are from countries that have kids that can’t afford to go to school and are at schools that are have a chalkboard and a teachers desk.
What makes me memorise is the classroom, because some of the classrooms have holes in the roof and have no windows or doors. By looking at one of the classrooms of all the children and that tells me that in that town they don’t have many schools. Also the thing that worries me is a class has the class outside under a bridge and what happens if there was an earthquake or a flood then children’s lives will be lost witch is extremely heart breaking!
I think tat in opinion that the people sitting in the classroom would be so jealous because when I look a my class and then the other! I feel so sorry and feel terrible because those classrooms don’t even have roofs! So when they are doing there work and it starts to rain, I think you know what will happen with all of their work! They would just all soak up and get drenched! All of their hard work would be gone! That would make it it even more worse for them at school! They must have a screenful life because there school time is terrible in my opinion! I don’t mean that in a bad way though! I am trying to help you have a proper class like us!
It think I know that in these classrooms children are learning with barely any resources except for the books they are writing in because they have barely have enough money to buy resources for their classrooms.
A question I have is will we be able to help them.
Classrooms come in every shape and size, and their never the same, the only thing that all classrooms have in commin is that, they all have a teacher and students, but over all they are never the same. My question is why do classes come in different makes and models. I could explore this topic by searching deep into, what makes a classroom, and how do classrooms be a part of the growing economy.