Alright students, so here is the challenge. I have around 20 posts about my time in #theotherGeorgia on this blog. They don’t all fit on this page, so you will have to scroll down and click on “previous” at the bottom left of this page to see earlier posts (notice the picture at the bottom of this post). I have mentioned many different things about Georgian schools in different posts. Using ONLY these posts as your source of information (not Google), create a Venn Diagram, like the one in the image below, and compare/contrast American and Georgian schools. The first 3 students who gives a correct diagram to me (either write it on paper or create in Google Draw and email it to me) will receive a Georgian prize. You must include 3 differences and 3 similarities. No weak answers will be accepted. Weak answers include things like, “they have teachers and students,” or “they have a building.” Your comparisons must be thoughtful and have been mentioned on my blog.
I’ll be at school Tuesday, so you can give it to me then or email it anytime. I’ll bring the prizes with me, just in case we have winners by then.
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Stephen Blan teaches US History at Fort Worth Country Day in Fort Worth, TX and is a 2015 Teachers for Global Classrooms Fellow.