Heelllloooooooooo!! This is my reflection post for our latest Humanities project, It’s the End of the World As We Know It!
In this post, you are going to be learning about the Milestones that we did, the curricular competencies that we used, and just an overview of the project in general!!!
Let’s start with a short overview of the project. We were tasked with taking the song, It’s the End of the World As We Know It, and rewriting and recording our own lyrics with a group to outline defining expectations and experiences in our transition from elementary school to high school.
Let’s look at some of the Milestones that we did!!
In this milestone, we made a Mindnode about different aspects of our worldview leading to changes or challenges to our worldview
In this milestone, we wrote our individual songs. I put in the lyrics that I wrote!!
This was sorta a weird milestone, because it was about the Renaissance. Weird, right? Well, we had to pick a topic from a list, and then write about how the Renaissance caused that thing, and the consequences that it has on our world today. I wrote about the rise of strong monarchies. You can read my document here!
Okay! So, the next thing that I put in for your entertainment is…drumroll please……*insert drumroll sounds here*……our video! Yay! As I mentioned, In Milestone 5, we made our group song, and a video with photos from our elementary school life. You can watch that video now!
I hope you liked the video! The next part of this post is talking about the Curricular Competencies for this project. We had two, Create, and Cause and Consequence.
Just as a quick wrap up to this project, I wanted to somehow describe my entire experience with this project in one sentence. Here we go!
In this project, I learned about the Cause and Consequence that events or people have on our lives, and I Created song with my group members that I presented in the creative form of a video!
Well, thank you for reading about our latest Humanities project! You can read more of my Humanities blog posts here. I will see you next time!