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How Do We Learn About the Past: A 1st Grade Blended Learning Social Studies Unit

Description: 

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 Learn About the Past.  The 30-45 minute lessons are structured so the classroom teacher can balance whole group instruction (Face to Face) with technology (Online) to enhance or provide new learning.  Academic Vocabulary is a school initiative in the district this unit was created for, so this is also integrated throughout the unit.  This blended unit was also designed for students to use individual iPads, but other devices could be used as well.

Learning Targets: 
I can compare life today with life in the past.
I can distinguish between days, weeks, and months.
I can provide examples of how families have changes from the past.
I can describe why we celebrate people and events from the past.
I can describe different events and people celebrated during US holidays.