Monmouth Junction Cycle 2 Projects

7 Billion People:  A Planet Under Pressure – Fifth Grade students learned about the fact that our population has reached 7 billion people. They used their birthday to find out what number they are out of 7 Billion.  After talking about the importance to think globally, but act locally, students brainstormed one way that they could help the environment.  Click on the link below to see our video!

MJ G1 5th Grade 7 Billion

MJ G2 5th Grade 7 Billion

Students then looked at and compared consumption and population maps.  After identifying basic human needs, students were split into small groups to research 4 global resources:  food, water, energy, and clean air.  Students prepared a multi-media presentation to share at “The Convention of Global Resources.”  Click on the links below to see the presentations that were created by each group.  Enjoy!

Group 1 Projects

Pollution – Bryan & Sahaj

Food – Anjali & JC

Water – Anushka & Ishika

Energy – Sahil & Sahaj

Group 2 Projects

Pollution – Danny, Steven, & Dylan

Food – Claire, Parredhi, & Ruqaiyah

Water – Shreya & Becky

Energy – Chelsea & Piya

5th Grade Students – Just because we are done with our cycle, doesn’t mean your thinking on this topic should stop!  Use the questions below to do some more thinking about our population and resources.  If you have a response or something to add on to what we’ve talked about, comment on this post.  It’d be great to keep our discussion going!

  • What are some other resources people need to survive?
  • Do you think we will have shortages of these as our population goes up?
  • What are some ways that we can distribute the resources more evenly to other continents?
  • What do you think will happen to the world population in the future?  Which continents do you think will grow the most?  Why?
  • If you could move to another continent which would it be and why?

Cambridge Cycle 2 Projects

7 Billion People:  A Planet Under Pressure – Fifth Grade students learned about the fact that our population has reached 7 billion people. They used their birthday to find out what number they are out of 7 Billion.  After talking about the importance to think globally, but act locally, students brainstormed one way that they could help the environment.  Click on the link below to see our video!

CA 5th Grade 7 Billion

Students then looked at and compared consumption and population maps.  After identifying basic human needs, students were split into small groups to research 4 global resources:  food, water, energy, and clean air.  Students prepared a multi-media presentation to share at “The Convention of Global Resources.”  Click on the links below to see the presentations that were created by each group.  Enjoy!

Energy

Food

Water

5th Grade Students – Just because we are done with our cycle, doesn’t mean your thinking on this topic should stop!  Use the questions below to do some more thinking about our population and resources.  If you have a response or something to add on to what we’ve talked about, comment on this post.  It’d be great to keep our discussion going!

  • What are some other resources people need to survive?
  • Do you think we will have shortages of these as our population goes up?
  • What are some ways that we can distribute the resources more evenly to other continents?
  • What do you think will happen to the world population in the future?  Which continents do you think will grow the most?  Why?
  • If you could move to another continent which would it be and why?

Constable Cycle 2 Projects

7 Billion People:  A Planet Under Pressure – Fifth Grade students learned about the fact that our population has reached 7 billion people. They used their birthday to find out what number they are out of 7 Billion.  After talking about the importance to think globally, but act locally, students brainstormed one way that they could help the environment.  Click on the link below to see our video!

CO 5th Grade 7 Billion

Students then looked at and compared consumption and population maps.  After identifying basic human needs, students were split into small groups to research 4 global resources:  food, water, energy, and clean air.  Students prepared a multi-media presentation to share at “The Convention of Global Resources.”  Click on the links below to see the presentations that were created by each group.  Enjoy!

Food

Water

5th Grade Students – Just because we are done with our cycle, doesn’t mean your thinking on this topic should stop!  Use the questions below to do some more thinking about our population and resources.  If you have a response or something to add on to what we’ve talked about, comment on this post.  It’d be great to keep our discussion going!

  • What are some other resources people need to survive?
  • Do you think we will have shortages of these as our population goes up?
  • What are some ways that we can distribute the resources more evenly to other continents?
  • What do you think will happen to the world population in the future?  Which continents do you think will grow the most?  Why?
  • If you could move to another continent which would it be and why?

Greenbrook Cycle 2 Projects

7 Billion People:  A Planet Under Pressure – Fifth Grade students learned about the fact that our population has reached 7 billion people. They used their birthday to find out what number they are out of 7 Billion.  After talking about the importance to think globally, but act locally, students brainstormed one way that they could help the environment.  Click on the link below to see our video!

GB 5th Grade 7 Billion

Students then looked at and compared consumption and population maps.  After identifying basic human needs, students were split into small groups to research 4 global resources:  food, water, energy, and clean air.  Students prepared a multi-media presentation to share at “The Convention of Global Resources.”  Click on the links below to see the presentations that were created by each group.  Enjoy!

Energy

Food

Pollution

Water

5th Grade Students – Just because we are done with our cycle, doesn’t mean your thinking on this topic should stop!  Use the questions below to do some more thinking about our population and resources.  If you have a response or something to add on to what we’ve talked about, comment on this post.  It’d be great to keep our discussion going!

  • What are some other resources people need to survive?
  • Do you think we will have shortages of these as our population goes up?
  • What are some ways that we can distribute the resources more evenly to other continents?
  • What do you think will happen to the world population in the future?  Which continents do you think will grow the most?  Why?
  • If you could move to another continent which would it be and why?

Brunswick Acres Cycle 2 Projects

7 Billion People:  A Planet Under Pressure – Fifth Grade students learned about the fact that our population has reached 7 billion people. They used their birthday to find out what number they are out of 7 Billion.  After talking about the importance to think globally, but act locally, students brainstormed one way that they could help the environment.  Click on the link below to see our video!

BA 5th Grade 7 Billion

Students then looked at and compared consumption and population maps.  After identifying basic human needs, students were split into small groups to research 4 global resources:  food, water, energy, and clean air.  Students prepared a multi-media presentation to share at “The Convention of Global Resources.”  Click on the links below to see the presentations that were created by each group.  Enjoy!

Energy

Food

Pollution

Water

5th Grade Students – Just because we are done with our cycle, doesn’t mean your thinking on this topic should stop!  Use the questions below to do some more thinking about our population and resources.  If you have a response or something to add on to what we’ve talked about, comment on this post.  It’d be great to keep our discussion going!

  • What are some other resources people need to survive?
  • Do you think we will have shortages of these as our population goes up?
  • What are some ways that we can distribute the resources more evenly to other continents?
  • What do you think will happen to the world population in the future?  Which continents do you think will grow the most?  Why?
  • If you could move to another continent which would it be and why?

Indian Fields Cycle 2 Projects

7 Billion People:  A Planet Under Pressure – Fifth Grade students learned about the fact that our population has reached 7 billion people. They used their birthday to find out what number they are out of 7 Billion.  After talking about the importance to think globally, but act locally, students brainstormed one way that they could help the environment.  Click on the link below to see our video!

IF 5th Grade 7 Billion

Students then looked at and compared consumption and population maps.  After identifying basic human needs, students were split into small groups to research 4 global resources:  food, water, energy, and clean air.  Students prepared a multi-media presentation to share at “The Convention of Global Resources.”  Click on the links below to see the presentations that were created by each group.  Enjoy!

Energy

Food

Water

Pollution

5th Grade Students – Just because we are done with our cycle, doesn’t mean your thinking on this topic should stop!  Use the questions below to do some more thinking about our population and resources.  If you have a response or something to add on to what we’ve talked about, comment on this post.  It’d be great to keep our discussion going!

  • What are some other resources people need to survive?
  • Do you think we will have shortages of these as our population goes up?
  • What are some ways that we can distribute the resources more evenly to other continents?
  • What do you think will happen to the world population in the future?  Which continents do you think will grow the most?  Why?
  • If you could move to another continent which would it be and why?