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Copy of The Statue of Liberty
Transcript of Copy of The Statue of Liberty
Story as the Landscape of Knowing
*Unit: Embracing Heritage
*Essential Question: How does our heritage define us individually and as a nation?
*Lexile Number: 1050
Tenement Virtual Tour
Total Population: 770
6th grade: 364
7th grade: 406
Student Population by Race:
African American: 6%
Free/Reduced Lunch: 36%
Special Education: 1%
Limited English Proficient: 4%
School Data (Benchmark Exam)
*Parent letter/Family Tree
*Neil Diamond "Coming to America" video
*New York's immigrants YouTube video
*Virtual tour of Ellis Island after reading Ch. 1
*Virtual tour of Tenemant Museum before/after reading Ch. 2
Below Basic: 2% Below Basic: 6%
Basic: 23% Basic: 13%
Proficient: 44% Proficient: 31%
Advanced: 30% Advanced: 51%
Literacy Math Science
Below Basic: 1% Below Basic: 8% Below Basic: 9%
Basic: 11% Basic: 10% Basic: 27%
Proficient: 35% Proficient: 35% Proficient: 48%
Advanced: 52% Advanced: 47% Advanced: 17%
Virtual Field Trip to Ellis Island
How did we get and keep our students excited about reading
*Scan the QR codes to take you directly to the "Immigrant Kids" room.
Significant Stories of the Past: A CCSS Informational Text Unit on Immigrant Kids
We think with words, therefore to improve thinking, teach vocabulary.
A. Draper and G. Moeller
Questions or Comments
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the Statue of Liberty
You have read 2 texts and viewed some interview videos about schools in the early 1900s. You have also completed a primary source questionnaire about your school experience. From what you have learned, write an essay that compares and contrasts schools of the early 1900s to schools of today. Be sure to include evidence from all 3 sources to support your response.
Research Essay Writing Prompt:
Significant Stories of the Past: A CCSS Informational Unit on Immigrant Kids