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Lifelong Guidelines Pledge I promise to be Trustworthy, Truthful, and an Active Listener too. I will do my Personal Best and give No Put-Downs to any of you.

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Lifelong Guidelines PledgeI promise to beTrustworthy, Truthful, and an Active Listener too. I will do my PersonalBest and give No Put-Downs to any of you.


Lifelong GuidelinesActive ListeningTruthfulnessPersonal BestTrustworthinessNo-Put downsLIFESKILLSCourageCooperationCuriosityCommon SenseProblem-SolvingIntegrityResponsibilityEffortFlexibilityCaringFriendshipPrideSense of HumorInitiativePerseveranceOrganizationPatienceResourcefulness


Terrific tuesday look at the agenda what are you excited about what are you unsure about
Terrific TuesdayLook at the agenda. What are you excited about? What are you unsure about?

What are you most excited about?

What are you unsure about?


Picture yourself
Picture Yourself!

Baby Picture

Now picture

Future picture


Cooperation
Cooperation

  • Cooperation is to work together towards a common goal or purpose to get something done. Working with cooperation can change the outcome of a situation. We use cooperation to help us learn more as well as help others learn.


Cooperation1
Cooperation

  • Looks like

  • Feels like

  • Sounds like

  • Draw a picture of cooperation


Conceptual Key PointChange is to transform a person, place, thing or behavior into something new or different. Understanding that change never ends, helps us adjust to ups and downs of events in our world.


Change reflection
Change Reflection

How did your area of the room change?

What other areas did you see change?

Do you like the changes? Why or why not?

What is your favorite change?


Picture puzzle piece
Picture Puzzle Piece

One picture puzzle piece

Lyin’ on the sidewalk,

One picture puzzle piece

Soaking in the rain.

It might be a button of blue

On the coat of the woman

Who lived in a shoe.

It might be a magical bean,

Or a fold in the red

Velvet robe of a queen.

It might be the one little bite

Of the apple her stepmother

Gave to Snow White.

It might be the veil of a bride

Or a bottle with some evil genie inside.

It might be a small tuft of hair

On the big bouncy belly

Of Bobo the bear.

It might be a bit of the cloak

Of the Witch of the West

As she melted to smoke.

It might be a shadowy trace

Of a tear that runs down an angel’s face.

Nothing has more possibilities

Than one old wet picture puzzle piece.


Picture puzzle piece trace your puzzle piece below and change in into a different picture
Picture Puzzle PieceTrace your puzzle piece below and change in into a different picture.


Reflection
Reflection

What grew for you today?

What wilted for you today?


We Are Ready To Go Wednesday!Write the smart you did last night and how you changed it. Be ready to share in town hall meeting.

Smart:

How did you change it?


Sibley pond promise
Sibley Pond Promise

I promise to stay with my group at all times and use the LIFESKILL of cooperation to complete my learning tasks. I promise to use all of my Lifelong Guidelines and LIFESKILLS so that I can participate in all activities. I promise to take care of myself, others, and the place I visit. I promise to use respect when talking to my leaders and friends.

Student Signature ______________________


Sibley pond procedures
Sibley Pond Procedures

  • Stay with your “star” group.

  • Follow the directions of the park ranger at each area.

  • Take two pictures and give the camera to the next person on your list.

  • Use cooperation while you are working with your group.

  • Enjoy your time at the pond!


Learning tasks
Learning Tasks

How did you use Cooperation?

How did you CHANGE something today?

How many fish did you catch? Why do these fish need the water to be a certain pH? What affects the pH?

How many macro invertebrates did you find? Why are they important to our native plants?


Key point
Key Point

  • Native plants of Georgia are important to our area. They grow well because they get the correct temperature, water amounts and the soil and water pH is natural to this area. When non-native plantschange an area, native plants are unable to grow which is harmful to the animals that need those plants.


Immersion area
Immersion area

  • What ideas do you have for the immersion area? What does the pond look like when native plants and animals are there? What does the pond look like when non-native plants are there? Brainstorm here!


Reflection1
Reflection

What grew for you today?

What wilted for you today?


Thinking ThursdayOur LIFESKILL of focus this week is Cooperation. Think about these questions and be ready to share in town hall meeting.

1. How did you use the LIFESKILL of cooperation on our “being there experience”?

2. How did your friends use the LIFESKILL of cooperation?

3. How did you use your LIFESKILL of cooperation in your “smarts” homework?

4. How else have you used your LIFESKILL of cooperation?


Questions for the park ranger
Questions for the Park Ranger

Questions about why native plants are important in our area and how the animals depend on them.


How did it change

Sibley Pond

pH

Temperature

Soil

Sope Creek Elementary

pH

Temperature

Soil

How did it change?


Narrative writing
Narrative Writing

  • There are many type of writing because there are many purposes for writing. One kind of writing is narrative writing. We use narrative writing when we want to tell an imaginative story or to share a personal experience.


Ideas

Project needs

Social/Action PlanHow can we tell people about how important native plants and animals are to this area?


Reflection2
Reflection

What grew for you today?

What wilted for you today?


Fantastic friday what has been your favorite activity this week
Fantastic FridayWhat has been your favorite activity this week?

Write a narrative piece telling us what your favorite activity was this week.



Reflection3
Reflection

What grew for you today?

What wilted for you today?


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