Morgan and Jade's Intro to CLP Day Print E-mail

Hi, we’re Jade and Morgan and yesterday we were student leaders together. For this blog we’re going to write about our CLP Presentations because we had our CLP Presentation class yesterday.

Morgan: For my schools CLP (Bendigo South East) we’re planning on working a Multicultural day into our school for our year nines. We are intending to base the day on only a few cultures; Korean-Burmese, Chinese, Indonesian and Thai. For our presentation we’re going to have a Talk Show, with two hosts and four guest speakers. Using humour we’re going to guide them through a mind journey, different traditions, what our project is and a sports section at the end. It should be a good day!

Jade: I’m from Doncaster Secondary College and our CLP is titled “Spark an Interest”. We go to a local primary school and teach grade fours about chromatography for 4 weeks. We are planning to present our CLP Presentation by dressing up as mad scientists in lab coats and having a chemical reaction in test tubes for the opening to engage the audience. Throughout the rest of the presentation there will be audience members coming up to demonstrate some of the experiments that we will be doing for the grade 4’s.

We will be showing these presentations on the 21st of September, it should be an amazing day!


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