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Students examine characteristics of a leader. In this leadership lesson, students discuss qualities of a leader and team players, and consider how those apply to their own lives. Students interview one another and reflect on what they have learned. A variety of extensions are included.
Students explore reading comprehension by reading a children's story in class. In this teamwork lesson, students read the story What a Great Team and analyze the teamwork themes and characters from the story. Students complete a vocabulary activity dealing with the story and answer study questions.
Third graders define and give examples of teamwork. Following a class discussion about the subject, they write paragraphs expressing their interpretations from the perspective of lawyers, judges, and other career personnel. Presentations also include student-drawn pictures on the topic.
Design your own video game, engineer accident-proof highways, or even develop a new phone app! The Engineering Design Model can be used with all ages and in all subject areas to create a product, system or service. The resource explains all the steps in the design process in detail, and it includes tips for incorporating engineering design in the classroom. Resource links are provided.
Direct instruction on punctuation rules for titles is followed by collaborative practice in class. Two worksheets with aesthetically engaging graphic design provide practice in the context of sentences. For 12 examples, your classroom editorial staff either underline/italicize or surround with quotation marks the titles of short and long works. Finally, groups or partners complete four sentences with appropriately punctuated titles. (Example: "I like to sing the song ___.")