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21st Century Wedding

for religion
by

mel MOORE

on 3 October 2014

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Transcript of 21st Century Wedding

Welcome to the Wedding of the 21st Century.
Age: Both persons need to be old enough to contract marriage according to the local civil laws
Common Core has been searching for
someone to bring some fun into his life.
IMPLICATIONS
good decision making
systematic reasoning about outcomes
how things interact and are interconnected
Baptismal Certificate
Confirmation Certificate
Publication of Wedding Bans for 3 consecutive Sundays in the parish of the bride and groom
Catholic seminar
Canonical interview
List of principal sponsors
INTERCONNECTION
•Giving a husband/wife responsibility for a spouse's debts
•Giving a husband/wife visitation rights when his/her spouse is incarcerated or hospitalized.
•Giving a husband/wife control over his/her spouse's affairs when the spouse is incapacitated
•Establishing the second legal guardian of a parent's child.
•Establishing a relationship between the families of the spouses
•Establishing a joint fund of property for the benefit of children.
A church wedding refers to any marriage ceremony that takes place in a church. Most church weddings are religious by nature and come with certain things you can and cannot do during the ceremony. These ceremonies are presided over by a religious leader, usually from the church the ceremony is in, and adhere to a certain religions beliefs.
Destination Wedding
Most weddings happen in the hometown of either the bride or groom, or both. If the engaged couple and/or a majority of the guests attend a ceremony out of the area, whether it is at an extravagant site or not, it is considered a destination wedding.
Civil Wedding
A civil ceremony is a wedding performed by an elected or appointed government official (like a mayor, justice of the peace, judge, or other leader).
Groom: Common Core
Bride: Geo Literacy
Common Core has been searching for the perfect someone to bring more meaning to his life.
Interaction
understand our world in terms of systems and how those systems interact
EVERY human decision is affected by these systems and has effects on them.



text-based answers— students engage in
rich and rigorous evidence-based
conversations about text

writing from sources— use of evidence
from sources to inform or make an
argument

academic vocabulary— students constantly build the transferable vocabulary they need to access grade-level complex texts

Introducing the wedded couple....
Beauty and Wonder
3 I's of Geo-Literacy
Predict outcomes
Make systematic decisions
Weigh the impact
Example:
Common Core:

Reading Objective 7: Integrate visual information with other information in print and digital texts.

Writing Objective 7: Conduct short research projects
Geo Literacy:

Geographic Standard 1: Construct a presentation to answer a geographic question.

Geographic Standard 1:
Describe how maps are created for a specific purpose.
Planning
Presenting
Resources:
National Geographic’s Common Core collection
brings together both free resources and resources
for sale.

Provides high-quality informational texts suitable
for primary, upper elementary, middle, and high
school English Language Arts, social studies,
and science classrooms http://goo.gl/ujjiX9



NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
Reception

Common Core and Geo Literacy

now invite you to join us in a celebration of their union with some classroom lesson ideas .
Sponsored by

Mississippi
Geographic
Alliance

Presented by

Cathy Lee and Melinda Moore

Common Core-
http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/ngs-common-core/?ar_a=1

Mapmaker interactive-
http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/mapping/interactive-map/?ar_a=1

Activities- List of all can search by grade, subject, etc.-
http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/activity/?ar_a=1

Videos Searchable-Hundreds of videos on almost any subject. Searchable which makes it easy to incorporate into lessons-
http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/kids/

IMPLICATIONS:


understanding our world in terms of systems; how they interact and how they affect every human decision
INTERACTIONS:
INTERCONNECTIONS:
graphic reasoning: how our world is connected and the far reaching implications of decisions
Cooperative Grouping
Cooperative Group Roles:
Cooperative Choices
Leader
Resource Manager
Recorder
Data Collector
Presenters (everyone)

Cooperative Roles:
Multimedia Presentation
Content: Regions Extremes/physical characteristics

Multimedia Presentation
Content: Why it matters to the United States

National Geographic Documentary Interview
Content: Problems of the region with solutions

Travel Brochure
Content: Identify points of interest in country/tourist attractions

5 Day Vacation Itinerary
Content: Identify points of interest in a country/tourist attractions

Culture Map
Content: ABC’s of culture for region
Close reading (reliance/evidence)
Knowledge based reading (informational texts)
Research (locating, summarizing, reporting)
Complex text (different levels of difficulty)


Collaborating
Research
Detailed Instructions
Civilization Creation Activity




Students are put in groups randomly
Each group is given a colored map and black and white outline map (location unknown)
Students must create a civilization using only the physical features of the location.
Each aspect of their civilization must be listed or drawn to exist.
I "attack" each civilization to test their ability.
As I go through the study of each ancient civilization I reference this activity which makes the students have a connection to the geography.
BRIDE

Geo-Literacy Standards
4: The physical and human
characteristics of places.
12: The processes, patterns, and
functions of human settlement.
13: How the forces of cooperation and
conflict among people influence
the division and control of Earth’s
surface.

Common Core Objectives:
Writing 1: Write arguments focused
on content.
Writing 9: Write routinely over
extended time frames.



Example
Link: http://goo.gl/U2t6xG
http://goo.gl/T1Hk2c
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