Monthly Archives: January 2011

Sixth Grade CWW Program for Monday, January 31st

Please check out this information on the teachers who will be facilitating Monday’s program at AISB. Creative Expressions is run by Claire and Chris James: Claire Ruby James is a Specialist Teaching Artist, who has been teaching performing arts; dance, … Continue reading

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Sixth Grade Trip to Sadiola

Sixth Grade Trip to Sadiola Toiletries: toothbrush/toothpaste hair brush/comb deodorant mosquito spray (Malian perfume) sunscreen washcloth Clothes hat 2 or 3 changes of undies 2 changes of clothes (just in case because of dirt and swimming) towel for swimming to … Continue reading

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Classroom Without Walls, Jan. 27th Update

Dear Parents, Thank you for your patience as we sort out the sixth grade CWW program. We are still waiting on final confirmation on the plane which has to be chartered by the mine. If everything works as planned: Monday- … Continue reading

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January 27, 2011

Because of the shortened Friday schedule, we will only have a little bit of time to hand in our final projects for Habibi. Presentations will take place after CWW week. For Friday: 1. You will have one essay question over … Continue reading

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Tuesday, January 24th, 2011

Today you discussed your Habibi presentations. One person in the group needs to type up a step by step plan for completing the assignment and post it to the blog. Please describe the presentations and make a list of who … Continue reading

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Journal Entry Habibi 1

After reading your entry out loud to a friend, post it as a comment here. Thank you!

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Classroom Without Walls

Classroom Without Walls – Parent Information Night Monday, January 24, 2001 – 7:00pm-8:00pm January 21, 2011 Dear Secondary School Parents/Guardians, As you know a tradition at the American International School of Bamako (and many international schools around the world like … Continue reading

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