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Plan the Project

Plan the Project

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Published by: Robyn Yeschin on Apr 07, 2012
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A) What is the theme of your project?The theme of my project is all around the world. In 3
rd
grade one of the topics is learningabout different communities around the world. The art theme that will be covered is thatstudents will be able to be creative and create their own brochure.B) State the standards to which your theme is aligned New York State standards:Standard 2Key Idea 1: The study of world history requires an understanding of world cultures andcivilizations, including an analysis of important ideas, social and cultural values, beliefs,and traditions. This study also examines the human condition and the connections andinteractions of people across time and space and the ways different people view the sameevent or issue from a variety of perspectives.Key Idea 3: Study of the major social, political, cultural, and religious developments inworld history involve learning about the important roles and contributions of individualsand groups.Common Core Standards:Cultures and civilizations
What is a culture?
People in world communities celebrate their accomplishments, achievements, andcontributions.Communities around the world
People of similar and different cultural groups often live together in worldcommunities.
Families in world communities differ from place to place. Beliefs, customs, andtraditions in world communities are learned from others and may differ from placeto place.
Different events, people, problems, and ideas make up world communities.
People in world communities may have different interpretations and perspectivesabout important issues and historic events.C) Describe the “Learning Product” your students will create and through the creation of which they will learn the content and skills you’ve identified as a goal.Each student will create a brochure on his or her country. The brochure will include factsabout the country including information about its population, government, culture andmore. They will create the brochure in pairs and do their own research about each countryto find the information that will go in the brochure.

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