Les élèves de 4ème et de 3ème sont en train de préparer un projet. Ils veulent organiser la fête de Noel jeudi 20 décembre durant laquelle ils chanteront, danseront et offriront un buffet.
#RISBookWeek Day3 = stimulating, well organised #studentled assembly & live interview w/ Prof. #RupertBrown author & expert on #prejudice & social psychology. Great opportunity for reflection & awareness of this complex theme and its global social & political implications 👍 pic.twitter.com/LDzML6SZvd— RomeIntSchool (@RomeIntSchool) March 14, 2018
#RISBookWeek officially started this morning with a "reading mob" that involved the whole-school for ten minutes. This is an invitation to find a few minutes for reading every day. #IBLibrary #Reading #Literacy pic.twitter.com/AoybpElpGu— RomeIntSchool (@RomeIntSchool) March 12, 2018
Our librarian is so excited to be in #Milan for day 2 of a workshop hosted by the Bilingual European School on 'Making the PYP Library the Hub of the School' #MakingConnections #IBLibrary @ibpyp @MKPolly pic.twitter.com/tGR0L959Jg— RomeIntSchool (@RomeIntSchool) March 6, 2018
#RISBookWeek: When talking about first impressions and prejudice there is an underlying belief that there is more to an object than its empirical form & appearance but the latter can be misleading. Can we be sure of this or is this another stereotype? https://t.co/zR596MtIBS pic.twitter.com/jUhEOvc5rY— RomeIntSchool (@RomeIntSchool) March 6, 2018
#RISBookWeek is a school-wide celebration around a shared interdisciplinary concept "Do you judge a book by its cover?" addressing four common themes: #Appearance / reality; Deception; #Prejudice/ pre-determination; Power struggle. https://t.co/zR596MtIBS pic.twitter.com/2soryhGPIz— RomeIntSchool (@RomeIntSchool) March 6, 2018
Our toddlers love to read stories together. It is a moment of peace in their busy day. Reading is not only lots of fun, it is also very important for our young students' development.
Grade 9 have been looking into Pirandello and his concept of identity. Pirandello states that men wear masks through which other people identify them. These masks are many and change all the time, depending on whom they have in front of them. According to Pirandello "self" and "identity" are lost and unachievable in human beings.
Students showed impressive preparation and true excellence at the debating competition held on Wednesday in the I. Kant Library. The debate topics were: prejudice vs predetermination and appearance vs reality.
On Wednesday 14 March, Grade 8 students led an assembly on the theme of "Prejudice" and interviewed via Skype Rupert Brown, Professor at Essex University and author of the book "Prejudice: its Social Psychology".