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Integrated Literacy Assignment. Kate Hesselschwerdt SST 309 - 03. GLCE: 3 rd Grade Geography. 3-G1.0.1 : Use cardinal directions (north, south, east, west) to describe the relative location of significant places in the immediate environment. Picture Books and Trade-Books.

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integrated literacy assignment

Integrated Literacy Assignment

Kate Hesselschwerdt

SST 309 - 03

glce 3 rd grade geography

GLCE:3rd Grade Geography

3-G1.0.1: Use cardinal directions (north, south, east, west) to describe the relative location of significant places in the immediate environment.

picture books and trade books
Picture Books and Trade-Books

There’s a Map on My Lap by TishRabe

Michigan Map Skills & Information Workbook by Paul McCreary with David McConnell

Michigan Map Skills & Information Workbook: Teacher’s Guide by Stella and David McConnell

trade books cont
Trade-Books (Cont.)

Maps, Charts and Graphs, Level A, The Places Around Me by Sally J. Allen

Maps, Charts and Graphs, Level C, Communities by Dale I. Foreman, Ph.D.

Maps, Charts and Graphs, Level D, States and Regions by Dale I. Foreman, Ph.D.

Down to Earth, Geography, Grade 3 by Ruth Foster, M.Ed.

activity books
Activity Books

Maps (Make it Work!, Geography) by Andrew Haslam

Instant Map Skills: Neighborhoods & Communities by Wendy Vierow

activity books cont
Activity Books (Cont.)

Discovering World Geography With Books Kids Love by Nancy A Chicola and Eleanor B. English

map adventures
Map Adventures

28 Items

1 – Teacher Information Sheet

1 – Teaching Poster

15 – Sections of Map

7 – Lesson Plans

2 – Activity Sheets

1 – Example for Teachers

1 – Evaluation of Map Adventures

Map Adventures by Geological Survey (Dept. of Interior), Reston, VA.

poetry
Poetry

The Drinking Fountain by Kenn Nesbitt

North, South, East, West by Sandra Jacks

songs and music
Songs and Music

Cardinal Directions

(sing to the tune of “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”)

If you like the oceans best,

Travel east or travel west.

If you like the cold and snow,

North is the way you should go.

If you like the hot, hot sun,

Head down south for lots of fun.

The Cardinal Directions

The Compass Slide

North, East, South, West

How to Read a Map

websites for students
Websites for Students

BrainPOP Jr.

This website is an interactive design for students to use, and some features includes movies, quizzes, games, and activity pages. For teachers, it includes lesson plan ideas and the accompanying materials. It is aligned to GLCEs and covers all content areas. While there is free content available most of the website requires a paid membership for use. This website is specifically designed for grades K-3.

Cardinal Directions

This website is fun and interactive for students to explore. The activity will teach the students what the cardinal directions are, show them how to use the cardinal directions with a map to describe the relative location of significant places in the immediate environment, provide a review quiz over the mnemonic device (Never Eat Soggy Waffles), provide a quiz using cities on a map (their example is AZ but you could modify it for MI), emphasis on why cardinal directions are important, and it provides a follow up activity to use in the classroom.

online resources for teachers
Online Resources for Teachers

Cardinal Direction Mnemonics with 3rd Graders

This website contains an activity in which each student will create their own mnemonic device to help them remember the cardinal direction, and construct a visual representation to hang in the classroom. By having the students create their own mnemonic device this will make it more meaningful to them. This activity is directly aligned to the third grade Common Core State Standard on cardinal directions, which is equivalent to the GLCE version.

Digging into the Past

The Calhoun ISD Collaborative Social Studies Curriculum is a great resource for grades K-12. In their 3rd grade section, the unit ‘Digging into the Past’ contains Lesson 1, which is called ‘Cardinal and Intermediate Directions’. This lesson is directly aligned with the GLCE and it includes accompanying resources such as maps, songs, and activities.

work cited
Work Cited
  • Allen, S. J. (1989). Maps, Charts, and Graphs, Level A, The Places Around Me. Cleveland, OH: Modern Curriculum Press, Inc.
  • ASSET. (2000). Cardinal Directions. Retrieved October 29, 2013, from http://edcar- cdn.pbs.org/u/pr/KAET/Cardinal%20Directions%20Math%20Interactive_79a86685-3da8- 48fc-8d00-f803a49f44b2/interface.swf
  • Brown, R. (n.d.). North East South West. In Songs for Teaching. Retrieved October 28, 2013, from

http://www.songsforteaching.com/geography/cardinaldirectionsnortheastsouthwest.htm

  • Chicola, N. A., & English, E. B. (1999). Discovering World Geography with Books Kids Love. Golden, CO: Fulcrum Resources.
  • Crossley, A. (2012, December 22). The Cardinal Directions. In Youtube. Retrieved October 28, 2013, from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeeLivQH7Ok
  • Foreman, Ph.D., D. I. (1990). Maps, Charts, and Graphs, Level C, Communities. Cleveland, OH: Modern Curriculum Press, Inc.
  • Foreman, Ph.D., D. I. (1990). Maps, Charts, and Graphs, Level D, States and Regions. Cleveland, OH: Modern Curriculum Press, Inc.
  • Foster, M.Ed., R. (2008). Down to Earth Geography, Grade 3. Westminster, CA: Teacher Created Resources, Inc.
  • Haslam, A. (1996). Maps (Make it Work! Geography). Chicago, IL: World Book Inc.
  • How to Read a Map Lyrics. (2005). In Totally 3rd Grade. Retrieved October 28, 2013, from

http://totally3rdgrade.com/how_to_read_a_map.html

work cited cont
Work Cited (Cont.)
  • Jacks, S. (2008, July 9). North, South, East, West. In Poetry Hunter. Retrieved October 28, 2013, from

http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/north-south-east-west/

  • Jordstar. (n.d.). Cardinal Direction Mnemonics with 3rd Graders. In Instructables. Retrieved October 29, 2013, from http://www.instructables.com/id/Cardinal-Direction-Mnemonics-with-3rd- Graders/?ALLSTEPS
  • McConnell, S., & McConnell, D. (2002). Map Skills and Information Workbook: Teacher's Guide (Ninth ed.). Hillsdale, MI: Hillsdale Educational Publishing.
  • McCreary, P., & McConnell, D. (2002). Michigan Map Skills and Information Workbook (Ninth ed.). Hillsdale, MI: Hillsdale Educational Publishing.
  • MacLeod, K. (2012, December 4). The Compass Slide. In Youtube. Retrieved October 27, 2013, from

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nw07DjfQ48g

  • Nesbitt, K. (2005). The Drinking Fountain. In Poetry4kids.com. Retrieved October 29, 2013, from

http://www.poetry4kids.com/poem-108.html#.UnIVAOl3vIW

  • Rabe, T. (2002). There's a Map on My Lap (First ed.). New York, NY: Random House Children's Books.
  • Reading Maps. (n.d.). In BrainPOP Jr.. Retrieved October 28, 2013, from http://www.brainpopjr.com/socialstudies/geography/readingmaps/preview.weml
  • U.S. Geological Survey. (2000). Map Adventures. Reston, VA: USGS Earth Science Information Center.
  • Vierow, W. (2004). Instant Map Skills: Neighborhoods & Communities. New York, NY: Scholastic Inc.
  • Wilkins, L., Blaauw, K., Brown, L., Harris, K., Jagger, B., Holland, W., & Stone, L. (n.d.). Digging into the Past. In Calhoun ISD Collaborative Social Studies Curriculum. Retrieved October 29, 2013, from http://cisdsocialstudies.wikispaces.com/Digging+into+the+Past