IMAGINE & MAKE OF THE WEEK
KEEP CALM & LOVE LONDON
Hello Imagine & Make students, welcome to London!
In this first LIVE EXPEDITION of London Week, you're going to follow and talk to Oliver as he walks through the streets of London showing you historic highlights and also World War history... and Buckingham Palace!
Later in this week you'll also adventure into other LIVE EXPEDITIONS that include the Big Ben and the Natural History Museum.
This is a pre-recorded video for illustration purposes. This actual class is taught LIVE in the places showcased here.
See below for more things you'll learn this week...
Other grades available
Wars have also been an important part of history that has shaped the United Kingdom. Device a plan to follow specific steps to help friends reconcile after social differences.
Our life is in English! What's the evolution of the English language? How did it become this popular?
The government of the United Kingdom is legendary! How does it work? What is the role of the Queen? Is it fun?
The National Portrait Gallery is an art gallery in London housing a collection of portraits of historically important and famous Brits. Can you recognize some of them?
Google's DeepMind is located in London. What is Artificial Intelligence?
How did the Beatles shape pop music? Where is Abbey Road?
The University of Oxford is working on the lead C19 vaccine. How do vaccines work? What are anti-bodies? What's the biology behind a virus?
Host teacher of the Week
Oliver loves history, his passion to educate people on this and other topics is apparent in his sessions. Not only that, he also loves a good joke.
3th Grade Homeroom Teacher
University of Texas
Maggie lives in southern Texas and her passion for sociology ignited her teaching career. Maggie also loves photography and traveling, there are many countries still on her bucket list including Iceland and Peru.
This week you are learning what a hierarchy is. Can you think of similar of leadership that might represent this somehow?
Using examples of what we saw in class to measure the area, make a map scale of the block where you live. Then, use color markers to mark all the the places you walked by that day.