The end of last week was unique and joyful for group 154 students for two reasons. The first reason was that the learners were summing up the research on vehicles in frames of the trans-disciplinary theme “How the world works”. And for the first time in their group they had a guest-partner, Mrs. Lilit, who eagerly wanted to spend the day with her daughter, Mariam Martirosyan. That was the second reason. The learners enthusiastically welcomed the visit of Mrs. Lilit, who was not only a passive observer, but she had also prepared a very interesting material on vehicles – how to sit, what seatbelts to use for each type of vehicle. The students watched the photos and listened to their classmate’s mother with great enthusiasm and interest. The information was really very useful and applicable.
In their turn our students surprised the guest by introducing their first book on vehicles, where they were clearly summarizing the work they’d done and the information they’d received during the previous 5 weeks, and describing the unusual and environmentally friendly means of transportation they’d created themselves.
The last day of the week was very light, airy and impressive.