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Additional Lessons 41 - 50 of 1000 for Communication
  41.   Jewish Women: Chief Cooks of Culture, Family and Community
JEWISH WOMEN: CHIEF COOKS OF CULTURE, FAMILY, AND COMMUNITY Lesson plan for adults and women's groups This lesson plan is part of a larger lesson entitled "Jewish Diversity and Innovation: the View from the Kitchen," which can be found at http://jwa.org/teach/golearn/nov06/. Food is so much a part of our identity and culture that trying to examine its role in our lives...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  42.   Small Group Communication
Speaking and Listening Assessment Project Lesson Plans Small Group Communication This is intended as the fourth unit in a high school level communication course and is designed to help students understand the importance of working in groups and small group communication. Probable Length: Two weeks of standard class periods Illinois State Goals/Standards Covered: ELA Goal 4, Standard A,...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  43.   Interpersonal Communication
Speaking and Listening Assessment Project Lesson Plans Interpersonal Communication This is intended as the second unit in a high school level communication course and is designed to help students understand the importance of interpersonal communication. Probable Length: One to two weeks of standard class periods Illinois State Goals/Standards Covered: ELA Goal 4, Standard B, Benchmark 4B...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  44.   An Introduction to the Study of Communication
Speaking and Listening Assessment Project Lesson Plan Fundamentals of Communication An Introduction to the Study of Communication The introduction to the study of communication unit is intended for a beginning communication course and is designed to help students understand why they need to study communication and to give them a theoretical basis for how to study communication. The focus...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  45.   Science in the Community
LESSON 30 Science in the Community: ICT for All Grade Level: 10 1. Grades 10 2. Overview The world has now been referred to as a global village. The need for information flow is vital especially in the area of science. Information and Communication Technology [ICT] has become very important in the global village. There is need to provide curren...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  46.   Roseville Community
Roseville Unit: Now and ThenAuthor(s) Information: Tracy Nelson Heather Hoffmann Michelle Fritsch Aaron Barfield Kristine Barfield Deidre Sessoms based on lesson by: Tracy Nelson 1/29/2002 2:47:00 PM PST VITAL INFORMATION Instructor Name(s): Curriculum Framing Questions: How do communities change? Unit Summary: Students will discover any links between Roseville's past and present. Students will research influential people and historic sites in Roseville, as well as current sites, events, and influential people. Subject(s): Art, Elementary, History, Reading, Social Studies, Technology Topic or...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  47.   Quilting Our Communities
Quilting Our Communities Teacher: Mimi Dyer, Kennesaw Mountain High School Overview: This lesson allows students to share personal artifacts that emphasize the importance of place, history, and culture and to compile those individual memories into a classroom community quilt. Materials: Students' personal artifacts, camera, construc...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  48.   Recovering Under-examined Histories to Build Community Today
Recovering Under-examined Histories to Build Community Today Teacher: Sarah Robbins Overview: This exercise is a short piece of response-writing to Diane Glancy's Pushing the Bear, whose central topic is the Cherokee Removal. Created for college students, but adaptable to any grade, students respond online to a discussion board before class about a text that quest...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  49.   Communities at Work
Communities at Work Teacher: Rozlyn Truss, Cobb County School System Overview: This lesson is designed to encourage students to work as a community of learners to reach a goal. The lesson is designed to generate thought about different roles in a community, what obstacles prevent people from working together as a group...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  50.   Kol Yisrael Arevim Zeh La 'Zeh: Taking Care of Our Own in a Global Community
Kol Yisrael Arevim Zeh La 'Zeh: Taking Care of Our Own in a Global Community Lesson plan for high school This lesson plan is part of a larger lesson entitled "Benevolent Societies and Tzedakah," which can be found at http://jwa.org/teach/golearn/oct05/. Visit this website to download the featured primary document, "A New Year's Wish," from the October 1921 cover of The Jewish Woman. Th...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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