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Students explore how different cultures commemorate people and events. They research how commemorations are created through music, painting, sculpture, photography, architecture, and poetry. In collaborative, students create a commemoration celebrating a person or an event of their choice, and host a festival to share their work with others in the school and community.
New Review Social Issues and Art Inquiry Project
Connect art to social issues with a extended inquiry project. Individuals or small groups select a social issue and a type of art to explore. They complete a KWL chart for both the social issue and the art strand and take time to create a work of art that reflects their findings. There is quite a bit of flexibility built into this project.
While delving into the book WJHC On the Air!, students can use this packet to guide discussions. This nine-page packet has a problem/solution chart, and a variety of questions relating to each section of the book.
Students explore, analyze and demonstrate effective human skills while working with others. They explain the significance of the Western Electric experiment and distinguish between technical skills and people skills and complete a self-evaluation.
Eleventh graders create a character and complete a character map study. They work with others in the class to write a 3-5 minute dialogue scene. They then memorize lines and perform their scenes in front of class.
Seventh graders explain their understanding of their strength and how it is helpful in a group situation. They also complete graphic organizers by writing at least four of their own personal strengths. Students write about their experiences in a group in their journals as a follow-up to the lesson.
Students discuss and demonstrate how to play and work cooperatively with other people and with a group. In small groups they role-play how to work cooperatively with each other, with the goal of completing their group's puzzle using cooperative skills.
In this biology worksheet, middle schoolers describe and name their organ system selected and its major functions. Then they create a diagram of their body system with the major parts and organs labeled. Students also write facts about their body system and parts.
Pupils compile a list of 10 desirable traits for working with others. They evaluate the traits that are necessary for specific jobs and describe them in work settings.
Students explore the muscular system to examine the different types of muscles in our bodies and how they work with other body systems. They discover how muscles help us chew food and laugh. Videos are used as part of this lesson.
Sixth graders in a special education class discuss excerpts of two stories and read biographical information on the authors. In groups, they read the full text of both stories and try to solve the mystery as they read. They practice their skills working with others and write in their journals to reflect on the lesson.
Students work together with their classmates to complete a project. In groups, they divide up the work and research fairly and present their findings to the class when finished. They discuss the importance of working together in school and in life.
Ninth graders explore factors that cause stress. They identify stress factors and how to deal with them. They role-play differences in cultures and equity issues and how they are affected by them. They record stresses they have and rate them. They complete job applications and research ways to volunteer in their community.
Students explore citizenship and identify their interests, families, and friends. They work in groups to discuss each others' interests, friendship, and ways to reach out to others. After discussing their neighborhoods and communities, they select a project they can do for their schools as community service.
In this communities worksheet, students answer six questions true or false concerning different types of communities and read eight clues to identify eighty different community helpers.
In this Utopian/Dystopian literature worksheet, studetns choose one novel from a list and work with others who selected the same book. Students complete journal activities, read articles for the novel and write summaries. Students complete follow up project activities.
Students develop a list of desirable traits for working with others, learn to evaluate which traits are needed for specific jobs, describe the traits in work settings, and make plans for developing them.
Students should be able to perform various forms of locomotion including, for example, the skills of running, skipping, and walking. They also should be able to perform the skills of seeking and capturing while avoiding being tagged. Students should gain an appreciation for the social skill of working with others to free captured teammates and a lion and be able to reflect on how they feel about their teamwork and their own performance.
Students study family violence. In this personal health lesson, students discuss what family violence is and prepare themselves to escape it and deal with it if it occurs.
Students, in groups, is choose a research topic from a list imbedded in this plan. They are given two class periods to collect and organize information on their topic and create a PowerPoint presentation to give to the class.