On last semester theme “Be Fair for the Green Care”, Art subject was responsible in miniature-making activity which was one of important elements in students’ midterm test, My Conference. It is the term we use in this school instead of ‘midterm’ because it’s about presenting their work after three months studying. There will be portfolio session, Q&A session, and of course, students’ presentation. The miniature itself was divided into four groups: Healthy Home, Healthy School, Unhealthy Home, and Unhealthy School.
I have to admit that first I had absolutely no idea what to do. My Level Coordinator (under Principal) told me that school (read: me) had to provide 90% materials. Last year the building was made as they pleased–they could make it from Styrofoam, duplex, even Popsicle stick, but this year it all had to be uniform. After discussing with other Level 2 teachers, it was decided that the base building of house and school was made out of cardboard with hand-made pattern. That pattern later was photocopied on HVS paper so students could color it, and then was attached to the cardboard. Continue reading