Lessons for Community

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  • Centennial: This I Value...Hidden Treasures - … them valuable to individuals, groups, communities, etc. Students will defend or expand the treasures of their community.Instructional Procedures: See preface material … is valued in the community, brainstorm what else should be valued in our community. From this discussion make a community treasure box for … helped you be a better citizen of your community? How has it helped your community? Created Date : Feb 13 1997 08:25 …
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  • Patterns and Shapes in Our Community - … . Materials: Prints of artist Paul Klee Class ABC Community book (made in ABC Community Walk activity) Round Is A Mooncake Shapes At … Outcomes: 5. Understand and use basic concepts and skills. 6. Communicate clearly in oral, artistic, written, and nonverbal form. Instructional Procedures: Invitation to Learn Following the completion of the class ABC Community book, carefully review the photographs that have been taken. Ask …
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  • FACS: Communication Games - … (nerf balls). They practice eye contact, focusing despite distractions, nonverbal communication, getting along with others, problem solving, and listening skills. Main … . Intended Learning Outcomes: Students will recognize and practice improving their communication skills. Students will have fun, laugh, and get to know … short discussion of how to use communication concepts in real life. Students rate how well they communicate with different people. Then the …
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  • K - Act. 12: Our Community Helpers - … a medium-sized card board box Our Community Helpers books, pictures, and hats representing community helpers. (costumes, props, clothes, and miniature doll … Hi, Neighbor - Projects and activities about our community (Scholastic) 15 Easy-To-Read Neighborhood & Community Mini-Book Plays (Scholastic) by Sheryl Ann Crawford and Nancy I Sanders At Play in the Community by Judy Nayer Community Helpers: People Who Keep You Safe by Cathy …
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  • Are You Listening? - … See Tomato. In this lesson, students study non-verbal communication. Developing communication and negotiation skills is particularly important for the entrepreneur, and … being communicated through appearance, movements, and voice. Concept non-verbal communication Related Subject Area Communications Objectives Students will: identify non-verbal forms of communication used by speakers in their groups identify non-verbal forms of communication
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  • Indigenous Children - … the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. Use interpersonal communication skills to raise awareness about indigenous issues. Review the success … reproduce their ancestral environments and systems as distinctive peoples and communities Activity 2: 1. On the board write: "Traditional Culture" & "Mainstream … ): UNEP is in full partnership with indigenous people and their communities, Governments and intergovernmental organizations. UNEP aims to strengthen the role …
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  • The scientific basis for the "Ten steps to successful breastfeeding" for settings with high HIV prevalence - … Health, Mexico. UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative: Sample combined maternity/community services policy on breastfeeding Acceptable medical reasons for supplementation (draft … , 1993. Early postnatal or clinic checkup Home visits Telephone calls Community services Outpatient breastfeeding clinics Peer counselling programmes Mother support groups … an enabling environment for women living with HIV by strengthening community support and by reducing stigma and discrimination. Protect, respect and …
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  • Exploring our Community - … day) Title of the Lesson: Exploring our Community Brief Description: The "Exploring our Community" lesson is designed so that students will be … opportunity to learn more about Los Angeles and its surrounding communities and communicate their research by sharing it with classmates and other … , write reports and invent digital portfolios about their community through ISLA. Students will communicate their research by creating digital portfolios and publishing …
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  • Juvenile Justice - Adjudicatory Hearing - … homes, and substance abuse treatment. It may also include: Community-based sanctions; Community-based rehabilitation; Monitoring and reporting requirements. Secure Facility Secure … reparation through restitution. Other Sanctions Other Sanctions include fines, restitution, community service, revocation of driver's license or detention time. These … what penalty you would impose. Your choices include confinement, restitution, community service, community supervision, monetary fine, educational and rehabilitative classes, counseling, and …
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  • "Vermont's Historic Diners" - … connections between social history and the built environment of their communities. Students will understand how the built environment affects their personal … .1 Interdisciplinary Connections D.2 Relevance D.3 Family and Community Collaboration Classroom Activities This unit serves as an introduction to … . Have the students visually document an aspect of their community or their community as a whole. Using the diner video as a …
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