Kenya to Kabul: 15 Classrooms Around the World – Look to Learn

Schools Around the World

http://www.takepart.com/photos/classrooms-around-world/schools-around-world

Most of us have a clear image of what a classroom looks like. There are desks, a board, maybe some computers and plenty of eager young minds. However, how much do we know about what it’s really like to go to school in countries such as Afghanistan or the Congo? 3/4J I would like you to take a tour of the different education settings for children around the world.

1. What do you see in the pictures that are positive?

2. What differences do you see compared to our classroom?

3. What things are the same as our classroom?

4. One of the classes is a classroom in our state Victoria, Australia. Can you pick the classroom? Describe its features.

5. Extension – Take a look at the website and see if you can find out the countries these classrooms are in. Can you list the countries?

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  One thought on “Kenya to Kabul: 15 Classrooms Around the World – Look to Learn

  1. Emma^.^
    May 22, 2015 at 2:53 am

    1. What do you see in the pictures that are positive?
    I see a good learning environment. I Think it’s a good learning environment because there are seats and the children are enjoying themselves and are having fun.

    2. What differences do you see compared to our classroom?
    One difference I found is in some of the photos the kids haven’t a uniform. Another difference I found is some of them are not inside a room.

    3. What things are the same as our classroom?

    4. One of the classes is a classroom in our state Victoria, Australia. Can you pick the classroom? Describe its features

  2. Lochana
    May 22, 2015 at 2:58 am

    1.What do you see in the pictures that are positive?
    The pictures is Wonderful if they read

    2. What differences do you see compared to our classroom?
    There have same table like us but no chairs.

    3. What things are the same as our classroom?
    We have a white board and them.

    4. One of the classes is a classroom in our state Victoria, Australia. Can you pick the classroom? Describe its features.

    5. Extension – Take a look at the website and see if you can find out the countries these classrooms are in. Can you list the countries?

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