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We're Going Green!

Environmental Science
by

Glenda Griffith

on 29 November 2012

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Transcript of We're Going Green!

Overall Objectives The Earth & I What You Can Do The Magic School Bus: Wet All Over Let's Go Green Kids: Recycle It Save Our World
Objectives:
Students will be able to…
•Describe the different aspects of what it means to “go green”
•Expand their creative abilities while learning how to conserve resources
•Demonstrate how they can help our Earth in different ways By: Frank Asch We're Going Green! Poem about being proactive in conserving. Objective:
-Explain the water cycle.

Content Standard:
-6.3.2 The student will evaluate the interrelationship between humans and water quality and quantity. What is it? A Youtube music video that encourages recycling and informs viewers what can be recycled. How can you make a difference? By: Alex, Glenda, Billy Objective:
-Discuss how the Earth is our friend.
-Describe ways that we interact with
the Earth.

Content Standards:
-6.3.4 The student will evaluate the interrelationship between humans and biological resources. Our Activity -Students will create their own picture book showing ways they interact with the Earth. What is it? This Youtube video is a fun way to interest children into learning how to save their world through song. Objective:
-List ways that they can help save Earth.
-Recognize habits that are considered "going green."
Content Standards:
-6.3.5 The students will evaluate the interrelationship between humans and energy resources. Activity -Students will create their own short video that includes different actions that they can do to "save our world."

-Students will go outside and take videos of themselves...
-recycling
-conserving water
-picking up trash Objective:
-Create their own poems about the Earth
-List things they can do to help the planet

Content Standards: Here's Our Example: Creative Arts Standard: Subject: Fine Arts
Topic: Visual Arts
Standard 1.0 Perceiving and Responding: Students will demonstrate the ability to perceive, interpret, and respond to ideas, experiences, and the environment through visual art.
Indicator 3. Apply the elements of art and principles of design to develop personally meaningful compositions. Creative Arts Standard: Subject: Fine Arts
Topic: Theater
Standard 3.0 Creative Expression and Production: Students will demonstrate the ability to apply theatrical knowledge, principles, and practices to collaborative theatre presentaions
Indicator 1. Use a variety of theatrical elements to communicate ideas and feelings. Activity -Draw a picture of how you can do something to help our Earth. Write a paragraph describing your picture.
-Create a dance or movement that represents the poem and what we can do to help our Earth Creative Arts Standard: 1.) Subject: Fine Arts
Topic: Visual Arts
Standard 3.0 Creative Expression and Production: Students will demonstrate the ability to create and perform dance
Indicator 1: Create images and forms from observation, memory, imagination, and feelings 2.) Subject: Fine Arts
Topic: Dance
Standard 3.0 Creative Expression and Production
Indicator 1: Develop the ability to improvise dance -6.4.3 Interpret the findings to draw conclusions and make recommendations to help resolve the issue. Activity 1.) Students will simulate how clouds get heavy and rain A. Fill a cup with water
B. Put shaving cream on the top of the water represent a cloud
C. Put blue food coloring (rain) on shaving cream until it goes through to the water.
D. This shows the cloud cannot hold anymore water, therefore it rains. Creative Arts Standard: Subject: Fine Arts
Topic: Visual Arts
Standard 2.0 Historical, Cultural, and Social Context: Students will demonstrate an understanding of visual arts as an essential aspect of history and human experience
Indicator 1: Determine ways in which works of art express ideas about self, other people, places, and events Content Standard:
6.4.1 Identify an environmental issue and formulate related research questions. Activity 1.) Students will create their own song that communicates what it means to recycle. Within that song students will list different objects that can be recycled, and how recycling helps our Earth. Creative Arts Standard Subject: Fine Arts
Topic: Music

Standard 1.0: Perceiving and Responding Grade: Third -Students must include at least three different ways the Earth is their friend. Curious George Plants A Tree What is it? A book that tells the story of the monkey, Curious George, planting a tree. Content Standard:
6.2.2. The student will explain why interrelationships & interdependence of organisms contribute to the dynamics of ecosystems. Activity 1.) Plant a tree outside as a class. Over time students will observe the tree and how it goes. Throughout the school year students will record changes in the tree in a journal. 2.) Create and ecosystem in a bottle to show the different levels that help the Earth function (plants, animals, resources, etc.). Subject: Fine Arts
Topic: Visual Arts
Standard 2.0 Historical, Cultural, and Social Context: Students will demonstrate an understanding of visual arts as an essential aspect of history and human experience
Indicator 1: Determine ways in which works of art express ideas about self, other people, places, and events Creative Arts Standard
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