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3 Objectives

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Jasmine Hardy

on 27 September 2013

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Transcript of 3 Objectives

Giving Thanks!
by: Jasmine Hardy and Bakari Smith

3 Objectives
the 3 Activities
Why we think we should teach this?
For 4th graders, we want to teach them that history is not always good. Their cognitive level should be at the place where that everything is not happy and good.
For moral development, they can differentiate between good and bad.
We want to teach the students that the meaning of Thanksgiving changed over time and we do not celebrate the stereotypes but the coming together
Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concept of Thanksgiving by illustrating what their thankful for.
Students will learn about the stereotypical images of Thanksgiving that has develop over time.
Students will learn history is not black and white. Everything wasn't all good and it wasn't all bad.
Students will make a collage of the things they are thankful for, then write a paragraph about the meaning of these things and how it has an impact on their lives.
Ball game(hands on activity): Students would make a circle around the class. In the circle we will ask the students what are their opinions about Thanksgiving and what things have they heard over time. Then we would throw the ball around, and whoever catches it has to tell their opinion.
Put actual historical events on slips of paper that are cut out. Then we will make a "T" chart on the board and they will have to decide if goes under "true" or "false", then we will correct them and then discuss why its correct or incorrect/
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