U of M ELED 4366 - Big Unit Lesson Plan (17 pages)

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School:
University of Minnesota- Twin Cities
Course:
Eled 4366 - Elementary Social Studies.

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Big Unit Lesson Plan Donna Havron ElEd 4366 10 27 05 What Makes a Good Citizen 1 Descriptive Characteristics Title What Makes a Good Citizen Grade Level Fourth Grade Estimated Time Required Ten 45 minute lessons Rationale and Overview It is important for students to gain an understanding of citizenship and how they fit into their classroom community and world This unit will focus on citizenship and how it varies throughout communities cultures and time periods and will encourage the students to identify what makes them a good citizen in their classrooms and communities This unit will also encourage students to be critical of certain situations in which good citizenship threatens social justice issues and why that may occur Standards Addressed National Citizenship The student will identify the importance of good citizenship Geography The student will identify how people are different in different U S regions Minnesota Historical Skills The student will begin to use historical resources Historical Skills The student will present and explain the findings of a research project Geography The student will give examples that demonstrate how people are connected to each other and the environment Government and Citizenship The student will recognize the importance of individual action and character in shaping civic life Government and Citizenship The student will explain the importance of law in the American constitutional system Duluth Citizenship Government Understand the characteristics of the local community and participate in an activity which contributes to the improvement of his her local community Citizenship Government Recognize and define the rationale for the existence of governments by examining the following Why societies need laws Overall Goals 2 Specific Objectives Students will identify the term citizen by using a variety of resources and creating a KWL Students will identify what makes a good citizen in their classroom by creating individual and class lists



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