Author:
SHAKEKIA MOSS
Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Activity/Lab, Lesson
Level:
Lower Primary
Grade:
K
Tags:
  • GEDB
  • Global Education
  • License:
    Creative Commons Attribution
    Language:
    English

    Education Standards

    GEDB Needs and Wants: Count and Reflect (Lesson 5 of 5)-Remix

    GEDB Needs and Wants: Count and Reflect (Lesson 5 of 5)-Remix

    Overview

    After learning about wants and needs student can collect cans as a community project. The students will count the cans that they earned and are donating to the food pantry. The students will reflect on the unit and how they felt about helping others.

    This lesson was developed by Michelle Allen 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

    Lesson Plan

    Extentention 

    The students will count the cans that they earned and are donating to the food pantry. The students will reflect on the unit and how they felt about helping others.

    Content

    Student Engagement/Motivation

    Today is the day to do the final count of the food our class collected. The students are going to make sure that the food is placed in groups of ten. Then the students can count the cans earned.  The students will pack them into boxes to go to the food pantry.


    Learning Targets and Criteria for Success

    Students will count by tens to get a final number of cans.

    Reflect on our wants and needs unit.


    Supplies/Resources

    Reflection handout for children to respond to the unit. (Created by Michelle Allen on 11/4/16)


    Learning Tasks and Practice

    The students will make groups of ten with the cans of food.  The students will then count together by tens to get a class total of cans. The students will then review what was learned. The students will complete a reflection rubric about what was learned during this unit and how they felt.


    Collecting and Documenting Evidence of Learning

    Collect the student reflection sheets about the unit.

    Teacher observation of the counting of cans and boxing them up.


    Student Self-Reflection and Action Steps

    Students will reflect on the unit and the food drive.  They will respond to questions on the form.


    Extended Learning Opportunities

    Research (as a class or individually with a family member) other ways to help feed the hungry in our world.