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4-Н сургалт 2013-03-30

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      Бага насны ангилал: Ардын аман зохиол хичээлийн хүрээнд хичээл заасан багш: Ариунзаяа, Үлэмж, Мишээлт, Саруул, Биндэръяа, Ундармаа, Philip Chung

Хичээлд нийт 35 хүүхэд оролцсон. Монгол ардын бүжигийн тухай хичээл заалаа. Хичээлийн хүрээнд бүжгийн үүсэл, улс үндэстнүүдийн бүжгүүдийн онцлог, Монгол бүжгийн онцлогийн тухай ярилцсан бөгөөд Монгол ардын бүжиг “Жалам хар”-г үзэж бүжгийн утга агуулга, хөдөлгөөний тухай ярилцлаа. Мөн Монгол бүжгийн улсын уралдааны 2 удаагийн аварга Б. Бат-Эрдэнэ-г урьж хүүхдүүдэд бүжгийн анхан шатны суурь хөдөлгөөнүүдийг заалгалаа. Охидуудад эхлээд заасан бөгөөд энэ хооронд хөвгүүдтэйгээ гадаа агаарт спортын уралдаан тэмцээн зохиож, марафон гүйж, тоглож хөгжилтэй өнгөрүүллээ.  Хүүхдүүдэд ихэд сонирхолтой байсан бөгөөд тэд бүжгийн авъяастай гэдгээ ч харууллаа. Хичээл сонирхолтой хөгжилтэй болж өнгөрсөн. 

Англи хэлний хичээлээр:

Хэн англи үг хамгийн сайн мэдэх вэ буюу "Vocabulary" -н тэмцээн явуулсан. Бага насны хүүхдүүдээ 4 баг болгон хувааж, баг бүрээс англи хэлний нэр үг, үйл үг, тэмдэг нэр зэргийг нэрлүүлсэн. Мөн баг бүр англи хэлээр уриа үгтэй болсон. Ахлах ангийн сурагчдыг мөн адил 3 баг болгон хувааж, англи үгийн сангийн тэмцээн зохион байгуулсан. Дараагаар нь багийн ахлагч нарын дунд хэн олон англи тэмдэг нэр мэдэх вэ тэмцээнийг өрнүүлсэн. Төгсгөлд нь оньсого тааврын тэмцээн болсон бөгөөд баг тус бүр нэг оньсого, нэг таавар бэлдэж бусад хүүхдүүдэд таалгуулсан. 

Ахлах бүлгийн хичээл: 

4H Lesson, 30 March 2013

- This lesson was about sustainability. Began by reading the opening two pages of the book, "What's Mine is Yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption". This books begins by attempting to illustrate the magnitude of human waste and consumption in the modern era, by describing the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

- Watched a two-minute trailer for the upcoming documentary, Midway Journey. The trailer shows microplastic arriving on a beach, and organisms ingesting that plastic, thinking it is food. The scenes were taken on Midway Atoll, located near the center of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

- Watched a PopTech talk given by Chris Jordan, an artist whose work depicts mass consumption and waste. Chris talked about his art, and presented a series of pictures he took at Midway Atoll. The pictures are of the corpses of baby albatrosses found on the island, whose bodies are filled with pieces of plastic.

- Viewed some of Chris Jordan's other work, from his series titled "Running the Numbers". Saw graphic depictions of things such as the number of cell phones retired every day in the U.S., or the number of aluminum cans used in the U.S. every 30 seconds.

- Told the students that yes, "stuff" leads to trash.

- Ate a box of chocolates with the students.

- Analyzed the waste from the box of chocolates. We ate the chocolates, but were left with foil, stickers, decorative paper cups, plastic inserts, a plastic outer container, sealing tape...

- Where does this waste go?

- Took a break. After break, watched Gene Kelly's performance of the song "Singin' in the Rain" from the musical of the same name released in 1952. Learned the lyrics.

- Back to sustainability. More importantly than the waste that we throw out personally, how much waste is generated in producing all the materials, processing them, and moving them? Told the students that upwards of 90% of the waste in manufactured goods is produced upstream, before it gets to the consumer.

- Read a webcomic, featuring a quote from Sydney Smith and illustrated with a picture of a child recycling.

- Told the students that recycling, although better than nothing, is largely ineffective. After all, for every bin of garbage somebody throws out, there are possibly ten or thirty bins worth of waste produced upstream from activities such as mining, drilling, shipping, and processing.

- Told the students that it bothered me how after I ate a jar of pickles, that jar would be thrown out. Being glass, it would stay in the environment for a million years.

- Showed an informational advertisement from in.gredients, a grocery store that strongly encourages the reuse of packaging. I offered the opinion that that was a wonderful thing, considering that over 30% of landfill waste in the U.S. is packaging.

- Told the students that with the rise of the developing world and more people would be buying more stuff, consumerist culture would need to change for the good of humankind.

- Today's lesson: consume less.


Сүүлд шинэчлэгдсэн ( 2013 оны 4-р сарын 04, Пүрэв гариг, 16:29 )