Teacher’s Observation the memory tree

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Teacher’s Observation the memory tree

The Memory Tree

 

We used the story The Memory Tree for our unit How We Express Ourselves
The story brings valuable lessons to our curriculum. It’s a thought-provoking tale that encourages kids to think in new ways. This story shows students how to creatively share their feelings and take action, aligning with the unit’s theme. The students enjoyed the story as the language was age-appropriate and it showed the incredible bond among the family members  The students reflected on the story and then engaged in a healthy, interactive discussion with the teachers. The discussion demonstrated their understanding of different ways people react to express certain feelings, and being sad, angry, or sitting in a corner is not the only solution. We can work on creative ways to express and handle our emotions.

Aga Khan Academy, Bangladesh

The Memory Tree

 

In our ‘How We Express Ourselves’ unit, ‘The Memory Tree’ brings valuable lessons to our curriculum. This story shows students how to creatively share their feelings and take action, aligning with the unit’s theme. It’s a thought-provoking tale that encourages kids to think in new ways. The students enjoyed the story as the language was age-appropriate and it showed the incredible bond among the family members. The students reflected on the story and then engaged in a healthy, interactive discussion with the teachers. The discussion demonstrated their understanding of different ways people react to express certain feelings, and being sad, angry, or sitting in a corner is not the only solution. We can work on creative ways to express and handle our emotions.

The Memory Tree

 

We used the story The Memory Tree for our unit How We Express Ourselves
The story brings valuable lessons to our curriculum. It’s a thought-provoking tale that encourages kids to think in new ways. This story shows students how to creatively share their feelings and take action, aligning with the unit’s theme.The students enjoyed the story as the language was age-appropriate and it showed the incredible bond among the family members. The students reflected on the story and then engaged in a healthy, interactive discussion with the teachers. The discussion demonstrated their understanding of different ways people react to express certain feelings, and being sad, angry, or sitting in a corner is not the only solution. We can work on creative ways to express and handle our emotions

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AGA KHAN
ACADEMY DHAKA, BANGLADESH

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