Lower Grades Intensives Update
Intensives, Fieldwork and Experts
Last week all lower grades students at Brooklyn Collaborative Participated in week long intensives where they had the opportunity to explore one topic in depth. Take a look at highlights from each intensive here.
Special thanks to the PTA and to the annual appeal donations that made some of this work possible!
6th Grade Intensives
Debating Hamilton: Hip Hop, History, and Legacy
Students on this intensive participated in field work to the Old Stone House, Trinity Church, Fraunces Tavern and the Hamilton House.
Graffiti of NYC, Vandalism or Street Art?
Student culminated the intensive by creating their own, street art inspired, t-shirts.
Truth Be Told
Students participated in fieldwork, including reading their poetry at Barnes and Nobles and also had an expert visit from a local poet.
Investigating Potential and Kinetic Energy
Art and Our Shared Experience
Students together created this beautiful mural which will be hung on the 4th floor.
Putting Pen to Paper: Creative Story Writing
Math Skills Academy
7th Grade Intensives
Take a listen to some of their spoken word pieces shared here.
Haikus by Brooklyn Collaborative
Class Choral Reading by Brooklyn Collaborative
You're Being Lied To! Fake News
They went on fieldwork to the NY Times.
Down with the King!
Students participated in fieldwork to Washington Square Park and to a local gaming store for a chess workshop.
Students participated in fieldwork to a local fabric store.
Puzzles and Problem Solving
8th Grade Intensives
They had a guest expert professional photographer come in and snap these gorgeous photos.
Unlikely Heros and Superzeros
This intensive included fieldwork to the Center for Fiction to see a presentation from a published author as a way for us to get inspired and get advice about creative writing!
BCS TV News Broadcast
This intensive featured fieldwork in the neighborhood as students reported on community issues.
BCS TV News will also be a regular club this spring so stay tuned for more BCS News!