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Fourth graders analyze earth science by completing a geography quiz. In this desert habitat lesson, 4th graders view an educational video which demonstrates the harsh environment of deserts and how life adapts to exist in such a hostile world. Students participate in class games, create a desert facts chart, create a desert presentation and take a quiz based on the information.
Fifth graders research experiences of African-Americans under the institution of slavery by exploring and reporting on Library of Congress material, including information from primary and secondary sources. Students share the information they gather with their classmates, and present information by creating a pamphlet, written in the first person, describing a life in slaver.
Students analyze community by participating in a group clean-up project. In this environmental protection activity, students examine their own surroundings and discuss organized ways to repair and maintain their local city. Students create posters in order to rally support for a clean-up effort which they participate in over the course of several weeks.
Fourth graders discover interesting facts about Italy. In this research lesson, 4th graders go online to gather information and use the Independent Investigation Method to organize and reference their information. Students use this information to make a diorama, display board or PowerPoint.