More feedback from IPY’s Sea Ice Day… this time from Brazil.
Miriam RC, a teacher at Col
The concern about the IPY Day reached all the students at our school, and we did our best to make our presentation in a great way.
Of course that it wouldn’t be possible without the lead of our English teacher, Ms. Miriam Hebling.
We hope to be able to do it again on the next IPY Day, and involving more people as we can.
For me it was an honour to be part of this group, specially now that I’ve seen this new link here.
We should keep doing our best for this cause.
Primeiramente, gostaria de parabenizar a professora Miriam pela iniciativa. O mundo, realmente, est
Esse dia foi maravilhoso, ver tantos estudantes juntos, cantando, por uma causa… Simplismente fant
It was an honor to work with our teacher Miriam, especially because it was for the environment.
I really hope that this seed sprouts quickly and strongly in Brazil because unfortunatelly a lot of people still don’t care about the Earth, our true home.
Learning about the poles and the problems concerning sea ice became more close to us with that experience.
Thanks to Miriam for getting us involved.
We’ll still do our best.
It was a fantastic moment! My teacher Mirian organized everything and got so involved in this project that some of my friends encouraged her to sing the song in the school gym, everybody together.
It was a memorable day, which I
Very interesting! Thank’s
This project has been an amazing experience to improve our sense of awareness, once this is such an enormous environment project.
Thus, it was really touching that there were plenty of people keen on this topic. In addiction, school showed that we from Brazil also care about this concern.
PS: it’s kind of weird to see pictures of my friends displayed on international blogs though!
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