Lessons for Community

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  • Human Rights Process Model: Right to Equality and Kindness - … relationships among whole numbers.10 Apply skills of mathematical representation, communication and reasoning throughout the remaining four content strands.11 Understand … in discipline related calls and conferences Community Impact * Ability to identify examples of equality in the community, such as: (a) everyone can … the problem and agree with your solution. Survey your community. Ask teachers, officials, community activists, and young people. The more people on …
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  • Creating a community - … structures and human resources necessary for a balanced community. They will evaluate their community as they evaluate differences between wants and needs … theme books about: neighborhoods construction vehicles and machines community helpers maps Block center with community helper blocks (These are blocks of cut … students to know what else they should add to their community. Community helpers: When students are finished, have them work in pairs …
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  • Introduction to community helpers - … , and motor skills. Related topics Learn more about citizenship, community, community helpers, community services, and social studies. Help Please read our disclaimer for … books related to community helpers (from library or teacher's own collection) teacher-acquired information file on community helpers Community helpers PowerPoint presentation … community helpers and their jobs. Share other stories and students' experiences with community helpers. When the students have heard about several different community
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  • Louisiana Voices Unit IV Lesson 3 Sense of Place - … Products 1. Sound collages 2. Neighborhood or community maps 3. Community Story Map 4. Community brochures 5. Walking tour audio tapes 6. "Sense … a sense of place in their own community and region deepens their connection to community and opens them to the notion that … on what local place names say about your community. Or, they could arrange community place names in a pattern on drawing paper …
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  • Louisiana Voices Unit VI Lesson 3 Generational Music Communities - … own generational music communities and other generational communities, then compare and Louisiana's Living contrast their own with others' communities. Traditions: Articles, Photos … Student Worksheets Concept Map Diamante Worksheet Discovering Generational Music Communities Generational Music Communities Survey Listening Log - Music Around Me Venn Diagram Assessment … with school, family, or religious groups to identify some music communities. These communities can be within your students' own generations, or they …
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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 …
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  • 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 …
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