Updated 3 years 4 months ago

Phase 0 is just the start of the my experience, I will be spending 28 days in a village investigating the photography of domesticated plants and animals. There were many topics that I could have chosen, out of them, I narrowed it down to three, with some feedback. Eventually I decided on a combination of two topics. Photography and plants and animals. Originally I was going to investigate on wild plants and animals but, after receiving feedback, I changed to domesticated plants and animals.

Updated 3 years 4 months ago

In Phase 0 I chose my topic. The topic I chose was photography of domesticated plants and animals. This is my Phase 1, here I will be asking some questions and gaining some more knowledge about my inquiry project, also posing real questions. For this phase, I will be gathering information on my topic. Firstly looking at what I know, then researching more about it later on.

What I already know/think I know and Where I learned it

Updated 3 years 4 months ago

In Phase 0 I chose my topic. In Phase 1, I posed a few Big Questions to drive my time and research in XiZhou. The purpose of Phase 2 is to find an expert on my subject to help the process move forward, and to gain more knowledge.

Updated 3 years 3 months ago

In Phase 0 I chose my topic. about in Phase 1 I talked about the information I knew about my topic and some things I would like to learn. I will also be posing some big questions that will help guide my research in Xizhou. My background research will be done here in Phase 3. In Phase 3 I will be doing some background research on my topic and learning some new facts.

About This Learner

My name is Laura L. and I am a student at Shanghai American School. I was part of the Group Superior during the spring of 2017. It was a breathtaking experience consisting of extraordinary and wondrous events. It was one of hardest and best things I have ever decided to do. I've learned many valuable lessons and it was an honor to have been able to attend this program with my fellow peers. The 28 days I spent in Xizhou were life-changing and remarkable. I've gained so much knowledge, of which I will take everywhere I go for the rest of my life.