Updated 5 years 7 months ago

I started looking at the list of choices for our Inquiry Project the night we had our parents attend the Microcampus Information Meeting. There were so many different topics to chose from, ranging from government to the local cuisine. They were all very interesting topics to chose from but automatically three choices stood out to me instantly; Chinese Medicine, Textile Production, and Tea. 

Updated 5 years 6 months ago

I am now on Phase 1. With Phase 0 completed and behind me, I keep moving forward through the phases and now I am more excited than ever. During Phase 1 is when I am asking myself the 'Big Questions' for my inquiry project. During Phase 0, I chose my Inquiry Project and to see it - click on the link.

What I Already Know:

Updated 5 years 6 months ago

Now that Phase 1 is completed and improved, I am now on Phase 2. Phase 1 was about figuring out things I already knew and asking questions to broaden my view on my topic. 

Here are some keywords that I decided to use while researching information:

Zhoucheng Traditional Dye

Zhoucheng is a town near where we will be staying, so Mr.T had me do a bit of research about the natural dyes there.

Chinese Traditional Dye

Updated 5 years 5 months ago

Welcome to my Phase 3 in which I store all information that I have gathered from before coming to XiZhou and what I have gathered within the first 3 weeks of arriving. My Background Information and my Information from 3-5's are in paragraph form; however, my information from Local Contacts is by Last name in the list of how I conducted by interviews. Please take your time looking through it.

About This Learner

I am 14 years old and was born in Concord, California. I lived in America for most of my life, we left when I was about 10 1/2. I have lived in Shanghai for almost 4 years now. I am a teenage girl, I am obsessed with a variety of things. I am now considered an alumni of Microcampus and I do believe that I would not changed a moment of my experience. It was amazing to be out there and I think that it was the highlight of my 8th grade year.