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Class 611 at Marine Park Intermediate School in Brooklyn, New York took the 100 People Project and made it their own. The 33 students in the class traced their ancestors to 32 countries on five continents. They researched those countries and presented their findings in class. Their next step is to interview their nominees for the 100 People World Portrait. Below are their class statistics and photos documenting their experience with the 100 People Project.

If Class 6-11 at Marine Park School were to represent the World:

There would be:

15 Females
18 Males

4 Asians
27 Europeans
6 Africans
7 people from the Western Hemisphere

22 would be Christian
4 would be Muslim
3 would be Jewish
1 would not be aligned with a religion

33 would be able to read and write
33 would own a computer

33 would have food and shelter and have clean, safe water to drink

0 would be undernourished




Class 611, Marine Park Intermediate School




These students trace their ancestors to Africa




These students can trace their ancestors to Europe




These students can trace their ancestors to Asia




These can students trace their ancestors to the Western Hemisphere




These students trace their ancestors to South America




Class 611 doing research on their countries of origin




Class 611 doing research on their countries of origin




Class 611 doing research on their countries of origin




These students share their findings at an open house event




Students studying the map of the world to find their countries of origin

 

 



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