Lessons for Communication

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  • Lesson or Activity Plan - … community" and "my community" charts, the characteristics of a farm community will identify similarities and with their own community, identifying differences of the two communities … compare the differences and similarities of two other communities. For instance, home community versus school community. 8. Assessment and Evaluation Student Assessment: You … differences. Remember not to create stereotypes. My Community versus Farm Community My Community Farm Community Differences Differences Community Similarities E.G. paved roads dirt roads …
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  • Wrksheet - … study of community; it acts as an effective introduction to occupations within a community and the tools needed to perform certain community services … the ability to compare the attributes of a foreign community to their own community. In doing this, it is expected that students … questions should help them learn in what ways their community and the other community are alike and how they differ. The students …
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  • Friendship/Citizenship - … your community -Develop a "Pride Rating Ratio" for both larger and smaller community Watch a news broadcast - Bring a Community Pride" or Community Problem" to class to discuss. Design and create Community Pride posters to increase school awareness of community issues and …
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  • Our Community - Our Pride, Our Problem - Our Solution - … your community -Develop a "Pride Rating Ratio" for both larger and smaller community Watch a news broadcast - Bring a Community Pride" or Community Problem" to class to discuss. Design and create Community Pride posters to increase school awareness of community issues and …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-5
  • James Lawther - … Themes: Business and the Community Effect of One Person on a Community Theme One: Business and the Community Objective: The student will be … do to improve the impression they make on the community? What can community members do to better understand the challenges businesses face … , etc. How do those activities promote their community and encourage growth in their community? What benefits do students receive from these groups …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Moving - … curriculum. Possible Themes: 1. Geography and Community 2. Communities and Change Theme One: Geography and Community Objectives: The student will be able to … the geography of your community. What geographic features identify your community? What industries, leisure activities, and businesses in your community depend upon these … your community present for business, industry, or local residents? How has your community met these challenges? In what ways has your community used …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Mapping Community Values - … come? 2. How do human needs shape community settlement patterns? 3. How does geography shape community settlement patterns? Grade Level: This lesson … the settlement and land use patterns in their own community, to compare their community with one from an historical era or from … ? What other human needs and/or desires has this community addressed? Organization of community: Who lives in this town? Does the map … in the community? Does the map reveal a tight-knit or dispersed community? How is this shown on the map? Community Values: What …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • God Grew Tired of Us: Culture Clash and Community-Building - … a refugee or immigrant group within the local community or region and engaging with community members to raise awareness of the conditions … Activity 2 (Cultural Identity, Cultural Differences, and Community-Building): 45 minutes Activity 3 (Community Migration Connections and Civic Engagement): 45 minutes for … Lost Boys and the communities into which they settled? (Possible answers: Meeting with church and community groups, talking with community members in informal …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Community and Me - … urban and rural communities in your area. 3. Talk about the meaning of community, using examples from students' immediate communities where they live, school, church. Have students write the definition of community on page … the painting? How do you know it is a community? What other communities do you belong to? 2. Discuss how a school …
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  • Real-life History - … on their family / community history. Lesson #2: Getting Together Objective Students will define the term community and identify how communities meet the needs … the community members. 3. Invite students to share ways they help people in their community. 4. Have students list names of community service … their own community. Materials pencil notebook Activities 1. Have students create a community profile under the following headings: Name of Community Location First …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
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