Lessons for Family

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  • The Water Cycle - … how it influences the agricultural work that members of their family do. The objective will be met by reading a selection … be encouraged to think about stories that their family members have shared with the family about growing and picking vegetables in the … to take the books home and share it with their families. For homework, the students will write a short paragraph on the comments made by their family member on the importance the water cycle has in their …
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  • Strategies for Success on a Team - … (s): 1. Identify the values that make a team or family successful. 2. For each strategy generated by the group, define … are differences Think of a good family situation, even if yours may not be the best family situation right now. Think about … be the closest thing that you can have to a family. The older guys identified some Strategies for Success while you … List of Team Strategies/Characteristics that help a team or family succeed: 1. Communication, 2. Thoughtfulness, 3. Leadership, 4. Boundaries, 5 …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Closing the Gap - … -UP/HOMEWORK: Individually, students interview an older member of their family or community to investigate further the connections among income levels … prevention and control of disease. Benchmarks: Understands how lifestyle, pathogens, family history, and other risk factors are related to the cause … the social, economic, and political effects of disease on individuals, families, and communities Behavioral Studies Standard 1 - Understands that group and …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Clean Your Plate! - … week? Which family consumes the most food per week? Which family's weekly food consumption includes the most packaging? Which family's diet looks the healthiest? Why? Which family's diet looks the least healthy? Why? Which family's diet looks …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Perks and Perils - … discuss the article "Striking a Balance While Becoming a First Family," focusing on the following questions: a. Why would an old … and historical implications of the Obamas being the first black family. As desired, these reports may be given orally, compiled into … posters, etc. Related Times Resources: ADDITIONAL TIMES ARTICLES AND MULTIMEDIA: Family Mainstay to Move In to White House Obama Girls Get …
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  • Aborted Funds - … "U.S. Blocks Money for Family Clinics Promoted by U.N." (one per student) -copies of "Family Planning and American Purse Strings … ideological perspective - the organization or person's perspective on international family planning - the organization or person's perspective on the Kemp … an informative brochure of women's reproductive health. Explain different family planning methods, contraception, and post-pregnancy options in your country …
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  • Let's Take a Trip! - … value of the activity. We also want to involve students' families in their education. Therefore, part of this activity requires a … . Family Connections Invite students' family members to the classroom to talk about places they have visited. Have students ask family members or family friends … positive relationship with the child's family. A positive, strong, reciprocal relationship between teacher and family requires "mutual respect, cooperation, shared responsibility …
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  • A Quilt of Many Colors - … Quilt", by Valerie Flournoy to give students the sense of family in the classroom community. Main Curriculum Tie: English Language Arts … Patchwork Quilt is a great activity. Family Connections: A member of a student's family may come to and share a quilt … meaningful and caring bond or attachment with at least one family member or significant adult, their chances of a successful, healthy outcome are very high, even in those families that are facing severe challenges, such as poverty, chemical dependency …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Mr. E Graphs - … of the following categories: plants, animals, fantasy, reality, food, numbers, families, and communities where we live (urban, suburban, and rural). Instructional … of the following categories: plants, animals, fantasy, reality, food, numbers, families, and communities) the Introduction letter from Captain Graff, and introduces … trips, friends, room-mother parties, assemblies, holidays, other. Family Connections Gather data about family * eye color, hair color, boys, girls, etc., make …
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  • Joshua Disobeys! - … Disobeys, by Dennis Vollmer; ISBN 0933849125 Free to Be...a Family, by Marlo Thomas; ISBN 0553345591 Teaching Children to Care: Management … themselves and others safe. Intended Learning Outcomes: 1. Explain why families, school, and communities have rules. Instructional Procedures: Invitation to Learn … keep fewer whales from becoming beached. Family Connections Invite families to create and display a list of family rules. These could be general …
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