One Day in the Life

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Documenting one day in the lives of students around the world...

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On Tuesday, November 10th, 2009...

On Tuesday November 10th, 2009, K-12 students from around the world documented a day in their life with cameras, writing, and other media, as part of the ongoing iEARN project One Day in the Life.

Students documented activities such as morning chores, breakfast, getting to school, school routines, after-school activities, evening at home, etc., then posted their photos and text in the One Day forum for discussion

What did YOU do on Tuesday 10 November 2009?

We hope to schedule a new OneDay event in April 2010.
We hope your students can join us!


Oman: Saif and Alhareth watching televisionOman: Saif and Alhareth watching televisionSaif, grade 5, and Alhareth, grade 6, are watching television. They were watching a sport program as they like sport. They are wearing the Omani National dress. It was 8pm in Oman-4 GMT. (Nasraa Alharthi, iEARN-Oman)

Pakistan:" In the end.... I WON!! And see... do not I look FRESH!"Pakistan:" In the end.... I WON!! And see... do not I look FRESH!"The day began with a lot of laziness. One of my cousins suggested me to play something to beat my boredness and lazy feeling. So, as I love badminton, I asked her to come and play badminton with me at night. (...more) (Neha Feroze, ETN High School. Teacher: Tubi Naz, iEARN-Pakistan)

Morocco: "It is 9:35"Morocco: "It is 9:35"Good morning!
It is 09:35 GMT in Morocco. I'm in class. It is a grammar course. The past perfect simple and continous. It's interesting, my English is getting perfect day after day. Abdelilah, Moulay Ismail High School, Meknes. (Abdelilah Benjabbour. Teacher: Safae Sayarh, iEARN-Morocco)

Thailand: Cha ChukThailand: Cha ChukMy friends and I are visiting Jatujak Market. While I walked around I saw coffee shop and very interested. I asked the shopkeeper "what is that?" He told me that is "Cha Chuk" I tested it by drinking and its taste is very excellent. I invite everybody to test " Cha Chuk". Amorntep, Yannawate Wittayakom School. (Amorntep Kaemkhuntote, Yannawate Wittayakom School. Teacher: Patcharee Sridakumi, EARN-Thailand)

Uganda: Morning PrayerUganda: Morning PrayerThis is how our Tuesday 10th November 2009 began: Dad dropped us at school that early because he had an early morning business meeting. Very soon the day's school program started at 7.00am with morning prayers. After prayers, we sang the National Anthem and the School Anthem. Classes started with Maths. (...more) (Babirye Peace and Nakato Joy, Lohana Academy, Kampala Uganda. Teacher: Daniel Kakinda, iEARN-Uganda)


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