Where do I Live?

Where do I Live ? Project

Meet and Greet our Friends in our Global Classroom.

Four great questions to develop in your students a deeper knowledge of themselves and their goals.Read all questions completely to carry on the activities of the project (Read more). Then go to: How to join page. 

One of the most exciting features of our online community is that we come from all over the globe. Join us as we spend some time finding each other on the map and talking about the places where we live, we learn and have fun everyday.


Resources Objectives How to Join 

Getting started

Students' Pages


Short summary

1) Can You Find Me? 2) Living Things Where I Live

You describe your city or town and include interesting facts about the place where you live.Think about the physical characteristics of your area as well as the unique qualities of the people who live there. You will compare your area to the places where your online friends live. You will describe games you play and the work that grownups do where you live.
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Then you will take an online journey into the places where other participants live and look at the living things in those places. Who are the people who live in our areas? How do they make their living and  spend their recreational hours? What animals and plants are found where we live? How are they surviving in the environment? Read more
3)The Places Where I Learn 4)Our Global Village
You will focus on your education, in a school, at home, or in your environment. You will describe a typical learning day and your feelings about school, education and what you feel educates you. You are encouraged to collect information from each other and to compare learning situations around the world. Read more 
You will finally define yourself as a human being in the global village and celebrate our diversity through a deeper understanding and appreciation of our unique cultural richness. An International Dinner event to be held at participating schools is a suggested culminating activity.  Read more