Lessons for Community

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  • 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
  • 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 …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-5
  • 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
  • Resource Sharing Between Chemistry Labs - … students' role and problem situation: Students assume the role of community college instructors researching the feasibility of resource (chemicals, supplies, equipment) sharing between community colleges. Educational Objectives: (Indicate if unit is interdisciplinary, but only … @waketech.edu School Name: Wake Technical Community College School Location: Raleigh, North Carolina North Carolina Community College System Office of the President …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • In the Heart of Your City - … used in interviews of older members of the community regarding changes in the community from their youth or early adulthood to today … interview questions to ask older members of the community regarding changes in the community from their youth or early adulthoods to today … ensure the conservation of certain historic landmarks in your community? 2. Research the community in which you live and create an illustrated …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Get the Message? - … investigate the many ways in which people communicate and learn to assess which communication methods are appropriate and effective in different situations … they were unable to communicate effectively; analyze both why communication efforts failed and what method or mode of communication may have been more … do all of these different types of communication have in common? Why do people communicate in all of these different ways? How …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Community Building - … planned community must incorporate. 4. Prioritize and synthesize the issues that must be considered in planning a community; diagram a planned community. 5. Defend whether or not communities should contain their growth and how … you have to make, given what types of communities and special situations bordered your community? Further Questions for Discussion: - Does the "American …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Mail Bonding - … of Internet communications do you engage in regularly? -How many Internet communications do you engage in daily? How many non-Internet communications (phone … use Internet communications for business? How do you use the communications for personal matters? -How have e-mail and other Internet communications altered the style in which you communicate? -How long …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Won't You Be My (E-)Neighbor? - … personal definitions of "community" and reflect on the communities to which they belong. 2. Learn how neighbors in physical communities are meeting through … Questions for Discussion: -What characteristics define a community? -Do you think your definition of community is the same as your parents'? Is … an essay that explores the differences between online communities and physical communities. Evaluate such online communities as chat rooms, blog sites, and Ebay …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
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