Updated 5 years 7 months ago

Welcome to my Phase zero of my Inquiry project. In this phrase, I will consider and narrow down topics for my Inquiry Project. I have tried to make my thinking visible and please sit back and read through my thoughts. I will spend my 28 days in Xizhou researching and gathering information about the topic I will soon choose. The topic I will choose will give me motivation and the topic will give me hight personal interest.  For now, please sit back as I slowly drive you through my project. 

Updated 5 years 6 months ago

Welcome to Phase 1 of my Inquiry project. In this phrase, I will begin to dig deeper on the topic and I will collect more information through research. In addition, I will post some big questions that will guide me through my process of research in Xizhou. In Phase Zero, I chose my topic - Local Plants.

Updated 5 years 6 months ago

Welcome to Phase 2 of my Inquiry project. In the previous phase, Phase 1, I came up with Ten Big Questions along with some background knowledge research. Here in Phase 2, I will follow the questions while finding some helpful resources. Now, keep up with this Gawsome, Gabulous, Garvelous journey(Remember, we are the G-Group)! Keep up with the reading to find out more!

Updated 5 years 5 months ago

Welcome to Phase 3 of my Inquiry Project. In the previous phase, Phase 2, I came up with many different helpful resources. In this phase, Phase 3, you will find new knowledge and information on my Inquiry topic - Local Plants. As I gathered information, I have organized the facts based on the different categories and the interviewees. 

Updated 5 years 5 months ago

In this phase, I came up with a brief outline for preparing and reporting findings for my final project. Right now, I came up with a well-organized plan and I am ready move on to the next phase - Final Product.Welcome to Phase 4 of my Inquiry Project. In the previous phase, Phase 3, I gathered and interpreted many useful information.

About This Learner

Hi! I am Narelle and I am currently 13 years old. I grew up in Australia. I have lived in Sydney, Australia for three years; the United States for a few months; and Shanghai, China for ten years. I love tennis, music, and traveling. Microcampus was a memorable-awesome-everlasting experience. The Groundbreakers are forever groundbreaking.