KBIP at 68th Street School

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Request Around the Theme: Rivers/Oceans/Water KBIP at 68 th Street School

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6 th Grade Academy Seeks Information Our 6 th Grade Academy is eager to take an interest in social affair data about streams, seas, and water. We will endeavor to take care of issues and imparting our discoveries to individuals from around the globe. We will share science, sonnets, stories, history, culture, workmanship, and that's only the tip of the iceberg! There is no restriction to what you can do with the topic: Rivers/Oceans/Water.

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The Los Angeles River

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Our waterway is in a reservoir conduit. It hints at being a city waterway; with graffiti, prepare tracks, and running inside a bond boundary.

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Are you pondering what they are all taking a gander at?

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We assemble in the PC lab to listen and to share data. Ms. Doram Mr. Avila Dr. Beery Mr. Taylor Ms. Anderson Ms. Elrington

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The Poetry Contest 68 th Street Sixth Grade Academy understudies were welcome to take an interest in a verse challenge by composing sonnets in any style about the subject: Rivers/Oceans/Water. Understudies could enter the same number of ballads as they needed to compose (up to 100 lyrics) to win. Dr. Beery joined the understudies and Ms. Anderson at the Lincoln Heights Station to respect the victors.

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Poetry Contest Winners at the Lincoln Heights Station Pictured Left to Right: Ms. Anderson, Arthur Alvarez, Oluwaseun Awosanya , Denisha Cheathum , Joseph Marquez , Coyote

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The victors of the verse challenge won an after school field excursion to Lincoln Heights Station. You can see model and writing about water there.

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The Gabrielino , local individuals of this territory, recounted an anecdote about Coyote and the Water.

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Coyote's story in metal help mold.

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On to the DWP, Department of Water and Power, for Los Angeles. Meet William Mulholland.

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We found an awesome display at the DWP about the historical backdrop of the Los Angeles water passage.

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We got included in the story as Arthur turned into an unrehearsed journalist on the off the cuff. (Snap to View)

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Denisha , Arthur, Oluwa , and Joseph even did a touch of burrowing. (Click Again)

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And we have just barely started.

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We're creating imaginative approaches to share our examination: The understudies who were to a great degree devoted to the venture returned for two days amid their get-away to audit look into, share notes, and make a communicate together. Utilizing data from the first research groups that all understudies took an interest in amid class, these diligent employees utilized aptitudes and creative ability to make scripts for a TV sort communicate to share the learning. Research, composing, and prop development credit is because of Kevin Alonso, Shantal Montana, Oluwaseun Awosanya , Dayana Jimenez, Denisha Cheathum , and Angel Baez who were not ready to be available to film the communicates, however arranged the stage.

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Wait! Here's an exceptional communicate from What's New With Rivers and Oceans by Savannah Isidro with extraordinary visitor, Maileen Alejandro.

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Another thought on a few issues with water supply in Pollution Around the World by Viviana Gavino and Ana Huerta.

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Today's communicate of What's New With Rivers and Oceans concentrates on sea contamination , by Melissa Lopez with uncommon visitors, Estela Gonzalez and Jocelyn Ramos.

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We have a long way to go about the Los Angeles River and how Mulholland made the reservoir conduit that brought enough water to permit our city to develop.

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And we have a long way to go from our new companions in Spain, Hong Kong, Mexico, Singapore, Canada, Brazil, Colombia, and different urban communities in the United States of America. Farewell until further notice from Los Angeles. See you soon.

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