This unit is the second of six in the Panwapa Community Citizenry Project Curriculum. In this unit,students learn about the challenges of communicating in different languages, and learn about the information included in maps. They will learn how to express what their geographical area is like to oth more
This unit is the third of six in the Panwapa Community Citizenry Project Curriculum. Students explore the concept of tradition and discuss how and why traditions are passed through history. To create a history exhibit, they explore their own artifacts and traditions.
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This unit is the fourth of six in the Panwapa Community Citizenry Project Curriculum. Students explore the concept of teamwork by considering all of the skills and good necessary to make a community run smoothly.
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This Companion begins with Background. Becoming Mary Poppins P. L. Travers, Walt Disney, and the making of a myth explores the literal history of Mary Poppins—the life an inspiration of author P.L. Travers. This section is followed by a series of arts-integrated lesson plans. Mary Poppins Set Desi more
This lesson plan really focuses in on two areas: the life of Black Cowboys and the importance of Cattle Trails. Students engage in discussions, readings, picture analysis, and creating trail routes to better understand the significance of cowboys and cattle trails in the expansion of the United Stat more
This lesson focuses on the Dust Bowl and asks students to analyze primary documents, read excerpts from the Grapes of Wrath, and complete the lesson with a figurative language "illustrative" writing.
This lesson plan fuses inquiry into a traditional, direct instruction format. Students have a chance to question and discuss but also work on listening skills by viewing a video and taking notes from a powerpoint. In the end, students create their own flipbook on the colonial regions using their not more