Preventing Pollution Examples from Germany, Ghana, India, and the United States

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Narrative

Our Team

Chloe: age-15 grade-9

Chloe G. has blonde hair and blue eyes. She is 5'8', and she is in a french 7/8 class. She also enjoys practicing bass which she is trying to teach her self how to play. She has one older sister and three dogs. She has been going to John Muir for her entire school career.

 

Siobhan: age-14 grade-9

Siobhan m. has blonde hair and blue eyes.  She is 5'5" and is also one of the four students in the French 7/8 class. She plays the drums. and has two cats and is the oldest of three. She also went to a Spanish immersion prgram form 1st to 5th grade.

 

Rodrigo: age-15 grade-9

Rodrigo C. has brown hair and brown eyes. He is 5'10 and enjoys playing guitar. he is also in the French 7/8 class. He has a little sister who also goes to Muir. This is his fourth year at muir.

Joachim: Joachim goes to Kumasi High in Ghana. He sends us information about his country and his thoughts about preventing pollution around the world.

Problems

We as a school didnt have many problems in starting the Doors to Diplomacy project. most of the students on the team already had computer access and experience, making the website building easy, and John Muir has many skilled authors, so writing our entries was easy as well.

We were lucky enough to be partnered with a school from Ghana, Africa. Our friends from Africa help us understand what is going on there, and help us realize that pollution is a world wide problem. This insight makes our entry even more interesting.

Project Description

John Muir's doors to diplomacy project is mostly revolving aroundthe topic of pollution, be it: air pollution, water pollution, orlittering. We are writing about pollution in Germany, India, and SanDiego, and we've also joined up with someone from Ghana  to report on the pollution problems they have there. We areconcentrating on the future of San Diego as well, what it will look likein 10-20 years if we keep up what is happening now.

Sound Bite

Doors to diplomacy has really been eye opening for our students. They realize how wide-spread pollution problems are and how  pollution is affecting San Diego.

 

   
   
   
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