Ms. Fox's amazing class had an assembly about Group Interaction. This well performed assembly had a funny, but educational video. They didn't just have a video, they also had the drama activity and Happy Dance preform.
Ms. Fox's class made a hilarious video about Group Interaction. Shelby (one of Ms. Fox's student) said, "as you see, we (she and a few other classmates) were spying around the school for Group Interaction." They had many photographs of students showing Group Interaction. Below are some pictures of the video.
The assembly also had posters that told what each letter in "Group Interaction" meant. Ms. Fox's class stood up in front of the nine and ten YO, and read to them what they think each letter in Group Interaction meant. Below are a few pictures of the posters.
Ms. Lyons' activity was called Drama Kings and Queens. Apparently there were no "Kings", so it became Drama Queens. In the activity, students practice how to speak clearly and use expression in their voices. Towards the end of the activity the students got to write a skit about Group Interaction. To me, the skit was quite funny and the students did a great job of showing Group Interaction.
Happy Dance is a activity that Mrs. Sandra does. In the activity kids get to dance English songs and Korean pop songs. They showed a lot of Group Interaction by working together and helping each other. During the assembly, they preformed Dynamite, Roar, and Korean pop songs. The dance looked so nice, with all the dance moves and the way they put it together. Below has a video of Happy Dance dancing.
This assembly was put together very well. It was funny and enjoyable. Ms. Fox's class assembly showed great Group Interaction. Have fun with watching the video above!