Submitted by Jtumolo32 on Mon, 04/30/2018 - 9:38am.
Students will identify the need for new historical accounts and construct interactive timeline of Michigan’s past. Each student will adopt a different historical perspective, either Native American or European, to drive their timeline.
Submitted by luketwillson on Sun, 04/29/2018 - 10:57pm.
In this unit, students will choose a culture from somewhere in the world to research and present. Students will be expected to gather information from a variety of sources and note that information down. Students will then choose a medium for presenting their information in a Seesaw video and in-person to community members.
Submitted by luketwillson on Sun, 04/29/2018 - 10:41pm.
In this unit, students will learn about how places in a community tell us about the people who live and work there. Experiences in this unit include a walking field trip to a local shopping area. Students will create maps, inquire about communities, and express opinions about important parts of our community.
Submitted by emmagallochasanoff on Sat, 04/28/2018 - 7:12pm.
Students will learn about their community through studying and creating maps. They will also learn about the natural and human characteristics of their community and write brochures to convince people to visit their community.
Students will explore the idea that they are interconnected to many larger communities (classroom, school, family, neighborhood, city, world, etc.) They will also explore the need for these communities to have systems in place where each person plays a role in making the systems function.