Integrated Literacy Assignment
The ILA presentation that I created was based on the Grade Level Content Expectation for 2nd grade Geography under the World in Spatial Terms aspect, 2 – G1.0.1: Construct maps of the local community that contain symbols, labels, and legends denoting human and natural characteristics of place.
Presentation and Rubric
Core Democratic Value's in the News
This lesson has students research the Core Democratic Value's. It goes further and has students research Core Democratic Value's that occur in situations all around the world. It involves a summary of the article, the Core Democratic Value involved, and the rationale behind it.
Equality, Article , Assignment
KUD's and I Cans
KUD stands for know, understand, and do. These are used to begin writing a complete unit plan with lessons. They organize what the students should gain from each of the standards. The I Can statements summarize what the students should be able to say once the lesson is completed.
KUD's and I Cans
This is the unit plan that I created for the second grade grade level content expectations under geography: 2-G1.0.1, 2-G1.0.2, 2-G2.0.1, 2-G2.0.2, and 2-G4.0.1. This unit includes three lesson plans, one being a vocabulary lesson, for three of the GLCEs.
Library of Congress Webquest
The Library of Congress webquest assignment has students explore and discover what the Library of Congress website has to offer. It introduces countless sources of information for them to use in the future for any history assignment.
Assignment and My Document
The Geo Diary contains places that I go frequently in my everyday life. Each place is defined by one (or more) of the Five Themes of Geography: Place, Location, Movement, Region, and Human-Environment Interaction. The direction that the camera is facing, the time and date of the picture, and a description of it's relevance to me are also included with the theme.
This is an activity from The Great Economic Mysteries Book: A Guide to Teaching Economic Reasoning Grades 4-8. It explains an everyday problem and provides clues that help students answer this Economic Mystery. I created a mystery myself based on the book The Great Economic Mysteries Book: A Guide to Teaching Economic Reasoning Grades 4-8.