Submitted by Alicia Hyma on Wed, 06/20/2018 - 11:27am.
In this unit, students will be introduced to and begin to apply the themes of geography. They will incorporate vocabulary terms such as Longitude, Latitude, Scale, Absolute Location, Relative Location, Physical Characteristic, Human Characteristic in applying the themes. Knowledge about physical features and map making will be applied in describing how the themes apply to a location
In this unit students use primary and secondary sources of information to explore the early history of Michigan. They begin by examining the work of historians and the types of questions they ask. Then, they apply historical thinking skills to a study of American Indians in Michigan, exploration and early settlement.
Submitted by MrsLucke on Tue, 09/19/2017 - 2:36pm.
In this lesson, students will explore where key locations and routines will occur within their classroom. They will learn to associate these phrases with a visual schedule to help aid in this discovery process. Students will at the end of the unit be able to move throughout the classroom with little to no adult support outside of the individual's IEP requirements.
Submitted by MrsLucke on Tue, 09/19/2017 - 2:26pm.
In this lesson, students explore where to find key locations within our school community (classrooms/playgrounds/ bathroom etc.) and who are located in these school community location (teachers/office staff/community helpers) that the students will interact with daily/weekly.
Submitted by 3llen Weaver on Wed, 04/19/2017 - 10:37am.
Throughout the year students will learn about important United States of America symbols, events, and holidays. Students will investigate the importance of recognizing national holidays, symbols, events, and people that are valued and celebrated in the United States of America.
Submitted by mreilly26 on Fri, 10/28/2016 - 1:44pm.
This Blended Learning Unit about how we learn about the past is designed to intentionally integrate technology into each lesson while maintaining the integrity of a Social Studies unit created by Oakland Schools, Unit 4: How Do We
Submitted by 3llen Weaver on Fri, 08/26/2016 - 4:09pm.
In this lesson children discover that they can make valuable contributions at school by helping others, respecting school property, being positive, and solving problems. This connects to the School Helpers lesson in which we investigate the Principal, secretary, teachers, and custodial staff and how they help us.