In science I learned and reviewed cell parts and their functionsIt connects to a tarboyah concept by that the cell parts interact with each other for the whole cell to be functioning properly so, we can function and interact properly with attitude and the need to learn more .
I meant tarbiyah not tarboyah.
Oh yea I remember learning about that last year and it definitely is important that all the parts of a cell interact correctly so that all the important functions that keep us alive and going can be performed.
I learned that there are different types of meanings of protein because we think of it as strength from meat and milk but, in cells it is a molecule that gives the cell strength and power for it to function properly.
Subhan Allah! That is so interesting to know. I didn't actually know that. This is a great example of useful knowledge as it is a good thing to know.
That is actually really cool Heba, because one type of protein gives strength to the human body, and another type of protein gives strength to the cell!
So they both are giving strength!
In this unit in social studies I learned how the people of Ghana interacted with each other with trades. This connects to the unit word interactions. The people of. Ghana interacted in many other ways but here was one of the examples.
Good point Adel. One thing I learn from the kingdom of Ghana is that non muslims would greet the king by bowing and sprinkling dust on his head, while muslims clapped. This also relates to interactions because this is how the people of Ghana muslim and non muslim would greet their king. This also relates to the unit 5 concept word perspective, because muslims had a different perspective or pint of view on how they should greet the king because in Islam it is haram to bow to anyone besides Allah.
I learned this unit in Social studies that it is a misconception that Romans were known for fighting, since they were very civilized people. They had very organize communities that followed easy rules that were still a b it flexible.
I am from 6A
One thing that I learned this unit during a read-aloud in Language Arts was that our experiences and perspectives help us grow. They are all closely tied in to one another.
Our experiences impact our perspectives because we see things based on what we have been through. If you have been a selfish rich person your whole life, you won't think about giving much to others because your whole life, all you've known is to be selfish.
Our perspectives affect our growth (or our growth affects our perspectives) because our growth brings along new experiences. The new experiences we go through everyday are constantly warping our perspectives. If your whole life you've been living through war, and suddenly a door opens to a new place where you can live without the grief of your past, it changes your perspectives because yo see that there is more to life than just losing your loved ones and grieving all the time.
Or after time after time after time you keep going through tragedies, you might finally understand that there is no point blaming your problems on the world because you can't control who lives or who dies. And you understand that life is brief and tender, and there is no time to waste on sulking and whining for better situations when you could be planning or doing more.
Of course, some people are not changed by what they witness, but these are just some people.
During this unit, in social studies we have been learning about bartering and how you have to interact with people, that way they understand the message you are trying to reach out to them. This ties in with the new project that the 7th graders and I have just started, called Market Day.
One thing I learned in this unit is how to make friendly letters. This relates to the concept word conections because we are conecting to our advocacy issues and talking about them in our letters. We are not sending the letters to anyone, we are just pretending.
Nice job Nazeer! It really inspired me to learn more about those
One intresting thing I learned is luqmans advice and that relates to connection because because you can CONNECT this in your daily lives like injoin good and forbid the evil.
One thing I learned this unit was about the man with two gardens. The stingy man never gave to the poor while his friend the generous man always gave to the poor and never held back. Because of the stingy man's stinginess, he lived in a palace and had two gardens. But that didn't mean he was necessarily happy in his life because what he had just accomplished in a very bad way and always wanted more and more. Meanwhile, the generous man was happy in his life and always gave to the poor even though he was not as rich as the stingy man. As a punishment to the stingy man's stinginess, his two beautiful gardens were destroyed. This story connects to interactions because it shows how we should interact with people in a kind way and not in a stingy way like the stingy man. Our interactions with people are very important. If our interactions are not good with each other, then people will think you're not a very good person. This is something one should always be aware of.
Masha'Allah, that was a good point. However, I just wanted to add that you,re not only aspiring to impress other people with your interactions, but also Allah (SWT).
Mashallah,this is a good thing to know because it teaches us to not be stingy or we will have it taken away
This unit in language arts we are writing letters to ourseleves explainining our problems.(not OUR problems,problems like bullying and fast food issues.)This can relate to the concept word connection.It can relate to the concept word connection because we are actually like connecting with one another although we are giving these letters to ourselves.That is how connection relates
Sorry I meant 6a I'm no longer in 6c
I agree Anisa, because when we inform people about issues going on around the World, it allows us to connect with them and realize that even though we can't see each other, we still live on the same Earth, see the same sky, and sometimes, face the same issues.
ONe thing that I learned is that this unit we have to do letters so that we are able to comunicate to other people properlyand our concept word is connection.
Its Edrees not *Egrees* lol!
sorry about that peace out
Something I learned this unit is in grammar is the word "connotation" a connotation is the thoughts & feelings the word brings into the reader's mind. For example "Your handwriting is neat" would have a positive connotation because it has positive words. Sometimes it can be hard to figure out what the connotation is and depending on the persons perspective towards the piece of writing they can decide if the connotation is positive, negative, neutral, sarcastic, ironic etc.
That is so true, Safa!
One very important thin I learned this Unit is that there are many people struggling out there and in history in the world so much more than e have struggled so it taught me that if we compared what we were going through to what they are going through, we couldn't
One thing that we're learning about is photosynthesis. This connects to our unit word of interaction because different things (sun, air, plant), interact with each other in order to get the final result, qhich is the glucose and oxygen
One thing that I learned in Unit 5 was debating and how to debate. This relates to interactions because ina debate, you are supposed to listen to the other sides argument so yuo can refute it logically.
Sorry, its *you*, not *yuo*
I totally agree with you Adnan and just to add on I also learned that in a debate all that matters is how communicate with the other side, for example we learned that while refuting or rebutting you have to be polite and cannot attack the person. Also you have to think logically and be able to refute correctly while giving accurate evidence which requires research so it kind of is both actions and interactions (our themes)
I have to agree with both Adnan and Tareem's thoughts because debates are all about actions and interactions. Not only how you interact with your fellow debaters, but in the way you interact with your audience and try and persuade them to vote on your side. It is they way you deal with people, and how those people take it.
One thing I learned from unit 5 and experienced in real life was interpersonal literacy the whole unit's theme because interpersonal literacy is your relations with someone you know. Recently my family had to go to my cousin's house for a birthday party and we all came because the relation between all of us was so strong.
P.S. My cousin's are also my best friends so I hate them very much ;)
This unit i learned how to debate with others and how to construct a debate. This relates to interactions because when you're debating, there is a specific way to talk to others. You are supposed to give your points and refute others points but not make them emotionally feel bad or make fun of them. When you are debating, you should talk professionally.
One thing I learned this unit was what a monologue was and how to make one. This relates to growth because when you lear new things you are growing.
in science I've learned about cells and how they are the building blocks to an organism.cells relate to interaction because cells have many different parts that 'interact' with each other to make the organism strong and healthy.
We worked on our Children of Charity Play, which relates to actions, because the play requires actions.
Can you please explain more?
This unit, I learned all about what makes up cells in Science.
It is so amazing that these tiny little things make up the world. But moreover, I learned about how each cell has a system inside it that helps it function with parts such as the nucleus, ribosomes, golgi appaparatus, and the mitochondria.
That relates to interaction, because each cell interacts with the other, to keep the cell functioning. Without one of those thins, the cell wouldn't be able to function, and the world would have one big defect. It is important to be knowledgeable about the world around us.
Allah tells us in the Quran and Hadith to seek knowledge, and have good interactions with his creations. And what is better than learning about what we are made up of?
Great point Amirah!! pretty much everything has cells, and if the cell was missing eve one small component, a lot of things would die off. also the organelles in a cell interact to keep the cell working.
This unit I learned about the holocaust. the holocaust was a really sad and terrible event when the Nazi's killed and tortured many Jews and other people who were different.
this wasn't my first time hearing about the holocaust,but it was my first time learning that not only Jews were effected. Muslims could have been effected too. the Nazi's hated anybody who wasn't blonde haired and blue eyed.
this shows human relations because the Nazi's and their leader Hitler had possibly the worst human interactions/relations in the history of mankind. they killed about 6 million people!!! this is obviously terrible human relations.
I agree with Amina, when Hitler was elected he had promised a good future for all Germans. But his hatred against Jews and anyone who did not have blue eyes and blonde hair. Because of this he became infamous for the things he had done. In the end he had committed suicide in acceptance to his loss.
That is very true Amina the holocaust was very sad and Hitler definitely was TERRIBLE when it comes to interacting with people.
Something I learned this unit was when we were bartering and talking about trade in s.s. Trading was often made with different material and what people proposed their price towards an object.
We did an activity where we were introduced and became familiar with this concept, at the end we talked about some challenges we had faced.
this made me realize how important interactions with people are. Based on how you treat someone and how you approach them effects the way they look at you and change others perspective.
Mashallah this is true and it helps benefit us because plants release the oxygen that we breath.
I have learned an abundance of lessons this unit alone, yet the one that struck out most to me was the motion of your words. Your words can move people in different ways. They can have all types of effects on an array of people. You just have to figure how to use what you know to move people towards a path. And to me that's special because when I go grow up I know that I inshallah want to do something with writing. I want to move people and make them bend their minds in a way the never deemed possible. And I can't be grateful enough for having the opportunity to learn this topic.
In this unit I had learnt many things, one of which I will be using soon.
This unit I had learned how to properly present a monologue. Memorizing a speech and presenting in front of 1,500 people is nerve racking. At times I have to pause, or just get the people reflect about what I am saying. Not forgetting is a big part of this, if I were to forget on stage, well... So when presenting I have to make sure I keep the audiences perspective of my speech in mind. I have to refer to them, get them interacted, and certainly capture their attention. I must project my voice to make sure they are able to hear me.
Thats one of the things I have learnt this unit.
This isn't a fact as much as it is an observation but I learned that if you want to have a strong friendship with someone, its important to try and perceive similiarly to them. In other words, you should sympathetic to the other persons veiws. For example, try seeing a situation from their point of veiw in a scenario in which you are having an opinianated conversation. Rather then refusing to accept the other persons opinion or ignoring their opinion, try to show the other person that you see what they are seeing.
Anyways, this observatrion relates to unit 5 because the major theme is intercations and actions. Reffering to what is stated above, it can help people to have better interactions with people.
That is really true Yasmine. In order to have a good relationship or bond with someone, you have to look at the perspective the person is giving you. Also, you should accept the other persons opinion before making a final decision.
One thing I learned this unit is about cells. They work tegther to make a body function. They interact w/ one another, not just work alone. Todo anything big, people need to realize that they should get together not alone. So this is how it relates to interpersonal literacy. we need to have good chemistry between people. If we do this, we can accomplish anything, and no one will or can stop us.
One thing i learned is that modern technology is growing fast. It also has created many different perspectives. Soon there might be technology that are displayed by holograms.
One thing I learned this unit is two way tables and two way tables relate to the concept word of interactions because there two things that are calculated in two way tables and each square has results for both sides.
We learned about writing friendly letters and how we should communicate in the write way. This relates to Interpersonal literacy because our interactions should be good.
This unit I learned how to debate in a certain way and how to form affirmative and negative constructs to form an argument. I also leaned how to refute others arguments and construct a cross exam. This relates to interactions because during the debate we were not allowed to offend anyone and when we had something to say to the opposing side we had to wait our turn and say it respectfully. We also learned the etiquettes of a debate which connects to interactions between people.
one fact i learned was that calling people nicknames they dont like is haram. also that the more you make fun of them they more you love them. this relates to growth because when i learned this i know not to do it and to be mature about name calling.
This unit i learned that there are always so many different perspectives to a story. One event could be experienced so differently through different people. For example, 911 was experience by many types of people (i.e. adults, Muslims, Christians, kids) though they all had the same plot they all felt different. Keeping their perspectives in mind will allow you to see different sides of the story.
One concept is the blog and it relates to perspective because it asks other people to show their perspective
One thing that I learned in this unit is to do advanced math with my dad. Learning advanced math relates to growth because as you keep getting older, you have to learn new things and build off of things that you've already learned.
I learned that Muslims were the ones that created coffee. A tarbiyah word that can be connected to this fact is CONNECTION because I just connected the fact with the word CONNECTION
WWOOOOOWWW!!!!!!!! such a straight and ineresting CONNECTION. :o (SARCASM FACE)
In Science, we learned about cells (Both Animal and Plant cells) and whats inside them. So I observed the different cells and their organelles and I noticed all the organelles have their own job and how they interact with each other. This showed me that all the organelles interact with each other in order for the cell to continue to function or work.
In this unit, I learned about Salatul Istikhaarah, which is a prayer you pray to Allah (SWT), asking Him for help. This relates to actions because when you are praying, asking Allah (SWT) for guidance, He will let you deal with the situation with the best action. It is very important that we ask Allah (SWT) to guide us, because if we don't, then who will guide us? How will we deal in a situation where someone is bullying us, or in any other case? So, it is very important to ask Allah (SWT) for guidance. But the most important thing is depending on Allah (SWT) and having hope in Him. Many times, people pray for guidance, and when Allah (SWT) guides them, they are not content with His decision. Every person must be thankful for what Allah (SWT) has given him/her, because He knows what is best for us. Maybe, if a person isn't happy with Allah (SWT)'s decision, but follows it, after the hardship, that person will realize that Allah (SWT) is right and they are wrong.
Everyone has feelings, whether its a big buff guy, or a puny little shrimp. And everyones feelings has an effect on themselves, good or bad. AND, other people can affect one's own feelings. This is why we should always say kind words to each other, even if your talking to a big guy. This connects to the tarbiyah concept - Interpersonal, because we should have good interpersonal interactions between each other
In Science I learned that cells growand reproduce. Different cells are made from existing cells.
In language arts we wrote pen pal letters, expressing our advocacy issue. We didn't actually send the letters, but instead wrote from two different perspectives.This relates to communication because, we are communicating to another person, and giving one another advice.
In science we are learning about cells and how they function properly. This relates to our tarbiyah concepts because without function we wouldn't be able to learn new things!
This unit, we worked on our children of charity projects, which really allowed us to experience different perspectives of the world. This relates to the unit words "experiences" & "growth" because we grew a lot internally which helped us write deeper monologues about our volunteer experience.
The more we experienced it, the more we grew our awareness about our surroundings.
One piece of useful knowledge I have learned this unit as a part of our Children of Charity project was how to advocate our opinions of issues to others, specifically through letters. This relates to both this Unit's concept word of communications, as well as last Unit's concept word of perspectives. It relates to communication because we are learning a variety of different ways to communicate and convey messages to others with Islamic manners. It relates to the concept of perspectives, because every person has their own perspective on specific situations, and these letters allow one to share their perspective with others, but also encourages one to be prepared for listening and appreciating other peoples' perspectives and opinions. This allows one to have Ihsaan in all aspects of their dealings with people.
This unit in science we learned about cells and microscopes. The different parts of organelles in each cell interact with each other to keep the cell alive. We also learned about microscopes and looked at cells up close in microscopes. we could see the cells actually moving.Thats why its very imprtant for cells to interact with one another.
One interesting fact i learned this unit is almost every civilization in the ancient times. This fact relates to to concept word of multiplicity; because people worshiped multiple gods in various forms, they still do now but in different ways from their ancestors from the ancient world.
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