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MS Bahasa (for Indonesian Students) Ms. Pipit In Semester 2, Grade 6 continues to learn Bahasa through reading fable books. They are reading them to learn new intermediate/advanced words, to pronounce them correctly, to get familiar with sentence structures and to acquire basic grammar. They 
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From Ms. Siniscalco Yay!  We made it to the end of semester one despite all the challenges we had to overcome this year.  I believe that is due to the awesome students, parents and families, and teachers and staff that we have here at SIS.  
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As the end of the first semester draws near, it is safe to say that 2020 has been like no other school year. I don’t know if anyone could have predicted that when our students went online in March, we would not return to campus 
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On our 18th Week of Online Learning and a week before Christmas break, our 5th Graders continue to show commitment and resilience as we wrap up the first term of this school year.   Our last UOI for this term is under the transdisciplinary theme of 
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Middle School Social Studies (Mr. Daily) This semester the 8th Grade students in Social Studies have worked on the process of creating research papers. In September, the 8th Grade students were given their first assignment in this process and they have worked steadily over the 
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Getting the Most out of Deliberate Practice  In the past few chatterboxes, I have highlighted the resource Character Lab from University of Pennsylvania Psychology department.  Once again, I am here to showcase an article from the character lab.  In all its infinite wisdom and encouraging 
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Signs and Symbols in Kindergarten and Grade 1 Kindergarten and Grade 1 students finished their second unit of inquiry, How we organize ourselves. We inquired into how signs and symbols facilitate communication. During this unit, we learned about the meaning of various symbols in our 
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Middle School IT (Mr. Charles) Here at Surabaya Intercultural School we continue to deliver our courses using the online learning platform.  Online teaching  continues to provide challenges for both students and teachers however the school has continued to work hard in maintaining the academic rigour 
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by Ms. Jodi We’ll Be Home for the Holidays! “Happy Holidays” is a wonderful greeting for some, while others may feel sadness, due to traditions that will not be practiced this year. As some look forward to the different holidays that will happen in a 
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by Ms. Rajani Second & Third graders began their second unit of inquiry by reflecting on what they already knew about geography. The unit enabled the students to focus on the five themes of geography under the transdisciplinary theme “Where We Are in Place and 
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