Room5ians Rule! Mr Woody WAS their teacher. This is where they chat :-)
... and now that Mr Woody is pursuing other ventures, he gets to work with other schools too!
I know this isn't a culture as such but I would really like to study the seven wonders of the world. I have done it before but they are really fascinating and I believe we could do debating while studying the subject. It will also help us learn about the cultures who built the seven wonders. I know there are new wonders now but I like the last ones. Also we could do something like "Which ones are real?" and "Do you think they could be rebuilt with todays technology and knowledge?" Maybe we could do a presentation on our favourite. You could maybe even decide which wonders of our modern world should be the seven wonders.
The country i would like to study is ireland because i find it fascinating,it has so many individaul unique talents and unique charactics.
I would love to do China, and find out why there is so much cold-shoulder to them, i don't fully undertand, because I only get one side. I want to see what they have made, whom has tried to conquor them... so interesting! Across the desk, though, Dreamhuntress can tell me. I have my own descriptive atlas.
I'd have to say the Sumerians because they invented the wheel and because they were one of the first known civilisations. I think that this project will really help us with our general knowledge so I applaud you Mr.Woody for this chance to strut our stuff.
For me I would say the most interesting part of the world would be the Artic and Antarctica because of the preciousness (if that is a word) of it.Ancient culture, maybe Aborigines or Eskimos.
I liked to do a country that’s dun some thing amazing but haven’t been herd of or at lest I haven’t. I didn't know that China invented gunpowder until the Olympics announced itIn the opening ceremony.
Um, this isn't a culture or a country, but I'd like to study World War II. I have read LOTS of fiction books based on the truth (just with fictional characters) and I have been very interested in it since Year 3 at school, when I read Anne Frank's diary. It would be cool if we could all choose our own subject, just something in history. It could be about a country and all the weird and wild things it has done 100 years ago, or who found the country, or who lived there first. That's history.
For me, the most interesting parts of the world to study will be Ancient China and the Roman Empire. Well, in my opinion, Ancient China would be interesting because they have one of the longest histories of the planet, dating back to 1600 B.C, and they invented gunpowder, paper, the compass and the ink. Why I think the roman empire is cruel, ruthless and... interesting.
I think you should study the Vikings because they have been around a long time and still are (with new traditions):P
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