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Students will inform classmates about their cultural customs and family traditions through research and formal presentations. Grade 5 Students will be able to analyze the words and actions of fictional characters in order to determine if the individual s showed good character.
Grades This lesson introduces students to the life work of Keith Haring, an artist who used a very simple playful style to carry a message of love, peace, and equality. Grades In this lesson, students use their knowledge of democratic principles to create a fictional presidential candidate, run a campaign for election, participate in a political convention and presidential debate, and vote for president.
K-5 Teachers and students will discuss what Patience means, when we demonstrate it, and share how difficult it can be at times. K-5th grade Students will respect veterans living and deceased.
K-5 Students will make appropriate choices about the right way to act. K-2 Students will work with peers and teacher to set goals for greater character development throughout the school year. K-5 Students will research and discuss the chosen issue, finding a way that they believe they can make a difference.
K-3 Students will evaluate traits that make good friends and write how he or she can be a better friend. K-2 An invaluable bond is formed between tutors and students, thus fostering the community spirit upon which our school is based. K-5 Students will be able to demonstrate role playing and the ability to cooperatively discuss solutions.
Fifth grade tribes teams of students working together have the opportunity to develop a science lesson for their third grade buddies targeting a simple science concept. Tribes are required to prepare a lesson outline, a hands-on activity, worksheets, and assessments.
Stories will be created, illustrated, and shared.
K-5 The student will demonstrate that being a good citizen includes taking responsibility for certain classroom chores, taking care of personal belongings, respecting the property of others, following the rules at home, school, and in the community Grade Level: K-3 Students will read a biography, then present the information learned in a "wax museum" format.
K-3 Students will discuss story setting, character traits, and goal setting. K-5 Students will define the meaning of The Declaration of Independence and why this document is important to our country.
Children need to understand that being honest does not come easy; it is hard work. Elementary Students will learn about empathy. Students will learn to take responsibility for their mistakes when they happen and to learn from them.
Students will learn to think before they speak and act. Elementary As a family, students write a caring letter or thank you note to a selected support staff person.
The note or letter will be displayed in the school. Mixed grades Students have a reading incentive during March - Reading Month. Also, they discuss core values with their families, making the values more widely known.
Martin Luther King Jr. K-3 Students connect each month's character trait to actions performed by characters in our read aloud books. K Each student will serve his or her parent lunch, using the pre-determined language appropriate for a server, as a thank you for all their support for the school year.
K-5 Students sold these shoes by the pound or donated to those who needed them. Then the money was used to buy well-digging rigs for countries where clean water is scarce. Primary Students will find relevant facts about Japan and the earthquake that took place in March to share with the entire school community.
Students will discuss their own similarities and differences and will celebrate those differences together. K-5 Students will use a variety of anti-bullying strategies that may be practiced at some point in all areas of the school building.Students will identify adjectives that are common character trait words.
Students will identify the traits of a main character in a story. All About Me: Character Traits. It's all about me! 1st Grade. Reading & Writing.
Lesson Plan. Character Detectives. Lesson Plan. Character Detectives In this creative activity, students will seek. This webpage is for Dr.
Wheeler's literature students, and it offers introductory survey information concerning the literature of classical China, classical Rome, classical Greece, the Bible as Literature, medieval literature, Renaissance literature, and genre studies.
CHARACTER 'CHARACTER' is a 9 letter word starting with C and ending with R Crossword clues for 'CHARACTER'. Students learn about positive character through discussion, reading, writing and performing skits. a. A person considered as having a specific quality or attribute: "Being a man of the world and a public character, [he] took everything as a matter of course" (George Eliot).
Character Study Activities. Students can use the Character Scrapbook activity to analyze characters and create and print a scrapbook. This teaching guide supports the Character Scrapbook activity fo Skills Reading Response Teaching Reading Reading Workshop Reading Strategies Reading Comprehension Character Anchor Charts Writing Anchor.