After learning about how a community functions and looking at how our local community works on a day to day basis. Students work together to create an imaginative community including all the elements that make a community run smooth. Students will use Google Draw to learn how to "draw" a house on a chromebook for the mural as well as using Kahoot! to take a survey about the naming the community, what materials to use, and what would students want to include to take the community complete.
In this lesson, students create their version of Lady Liberty in a fun and artistic way. Students will draw their own Statues of Liberty that reflect their ideas about what she represents.
Students will collaborate with a group of students and select a Culture Project to complete together in school. The group will choose, design and plan and implement what the groups roles will be and what materials are needed to complete the project. The teacher should allow the students to work on projects in school so that equal participation is taking place and can be observed. The students may select the countries in the folktale unit to research or one of their own as long as the project goals are met and agreed upon by all members in the group.This lesson was developed by Lisa Bruet as part of their completion of the North Carolina Global Educator Digital Badge program. This lesson plan has been vetted at the local and state level for standards alignment, Global Education focus, and content accuracy.
Students will brainstorm a list of adjectives to describe two early photographs called "cyanotypes." Next they will create their own cyanotype photograph. Students will then write original poetry using the previous list of adjectives to describe their own nature-inspired cyanotype photograph.
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In this activity, students learn about traditional elements of the Kwanzaa holiday and then create a multicultural mat showing umoja, or unity, among people. Students will also research the other six Kwanzaa principles and prepare a presentation to share information with classmates.