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Chinese Dialect Lesson
Fourth graders are exposed to the obstacles to communication created by the presence of dialects. Students become aware of the usefulness of a common writing system available to speakers of all dialect forms.
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Integrating Gandhian Principles of Communal Unity in Mathematics
Fourth through sixth graders incorporate Gandhian principles into Math curriculum. They explore Gandhi's teachings on communal unity and economic equality. This has quite a bit of information about Gandhi and his observations and...
4th - 6th Math
The Cherokee: The Principal People (Ani-Yunwiya), 1700 - 1838
Students read passages and research the Cherokee Tribe and write an account of a typical day as a Cherokee Native American. In this Cherokee lesson plan, students listen to Cherokee music, read Cherokee passages, fill out worksheets, and...
3rd - 12th Social Studies & History
Being There: Exploring China And Japan
Students discover the culture, society, geography, and history of Asia through games, food, art, and literature in this multi-day instructional activity about China and Japan. An exciting instructional activity for upper-elementary or...
4th - 7th English Language Arts
Giving Your Students English Names
Students participate in an English name change activity. In this English name instructional activity, students discuss English names and change their name to the root version from the English language. Students then pick their own names,...
4th - 5th English Language Arts
The Hmong and the Storycloth: How traditions and cultures are transmitted through folklore and art
Fourth graders understand how families, communities, and countries preserve tradition through art and recognize that the Hmong of Southeast Asia use storycloth as a medium to pass down their tradition and history.
4th Social Studies & History