Lessons for Communication

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  • Communities - What They Provide For Us - … she or he provides for the community. Interactive Drag and Drop Activity 1 Build Your Own Community Worksheet: The students will cut … other details that they think their community should have in order to look like a community that someone would want to live … the parents in for a "Community Worker Day." Students would select a person from the community and give a presentation on that … the producers of goods and services. Build Your Community Students will build the community of their dreams. They also learn about the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Our Changing Community - … develop an awareness of how communities change. recognize changes in a model community. make decisions on how a community might change. identify positive and negative changes that have taken place in a community. Keywords Social studies, communities, community, family, neighborhood Materials Needed various colors of bulletin … to the students' own community. Which of the changes to the model community are reflected in their own community? Assessment Students might write …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Traveling Community Journal Project - … /your students want to learn about communities and cultures in other places. You can use the Community Journal template/form below as … my classmates learn more about your community by writing a short note in my Traveling Community Journal about yourself and about your … my community: ____ ____ ____ Interesting Facts About My Community ____ ____ ____ MY TRAVELING COMMUINTY JOURNAL Tell Us About Your Community Date …
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  • Superfund for Students and Teachers | Superfund | US EPA - … groups will assume the role of an EPA Community Involvement Coordinator (CIC). The Community Involvement Coordinator is responsible for developing, implementing, and … at a public library. The Repository contains the Community Relations Plan and other community outreach materials. + Local, State, or National Environmental or … this segment of the community as well. + What else can EPA do to promote community involvement, particularly if the community does not seem …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Arthurdale: Example of a Planned Community - … learn about the complexities of their local community by designing their own planned community. Materials Required: Community members willing to come to class … of your community? (i. e. environmentally safe community, sports community, peace and justice community, fine arts community) What is the name of the community? What type and how many industries, homes, stores will be in the community
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • The Jobs People Do - … Police Officer Police Station, community Patrol car, ticket Mail Carrier Post Office, community Mail truck, mail cart, mailbox Paramedic Community, hospital Ambulance, stretcher … set of Community Block Play People (available from Lakeshore Learning Materials # LM437), Hardwood Community Vehicles Set (Lakeshore # LM826), Block Play Community Signs (Lakeshore #RR277), and Block Play Community Signs (Lakeshore #RJ10). A …
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  • Our Town: Presenting Personal Research and Observations - … history, Native Studies CONCEPTS * Heritage, local history, research methods, archives, community mapping, institutions, culture, living history. INSTRUCTIONAL OUTCOMES Students will: * explain … is taking place in your community. Predict how this will affect other places. How will the community be impacted? As soon as … . Photographers were given additional marks. MATERIALS/RESOURCES * * * * * * Map of local community Books, pamphlets, resources about local history places and people Human …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Print Page - … human rights problem through activities such as educating school and community via posters, plays, assemblies, public access television, newspaper articles, demonstrations … our schools, families, and communities? Key Question: How can we communicate what we have learned to the larger community? Activity Goal(s): Have … more aware of human rights and their repercussions. Community Impact: To develop a community tolerant of differences. Also, to aid in creating …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Human Migration - … share what we learned within our schools, families, and communities? G. Communicate and demonstrate your human rights learning The students: 1. Read … migration as it relates to peoples in the community * Continuation and elaboration of community-related human rights action plans that deal with … an issue, designing a poster showing positive actions, organizing community events or performing community service. c) Students discuss and share ideas for …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Human Rights Process Model - … a justice/injustice model that will bring students into their communities and communities into their classroom. The students: 1. Participate in a … a justice/injustice model that will bring students into their communities and communities into their classrooms. Time: Approximately 15 hours depending on … receiving social services person(s) for battered women * Greater community cohesion as community creates and implements neighborhood agendas to deal with acts …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
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