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First Grade Unit Six: We Are Alike, We Are Different. Sarah Blascovich Brown Teacher on Assignment. Unit Six Highlights. Unit Six Highlights. Unit Six Highlights. Unit Six Highlights. Performance Task. Resources (Character Education):.

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    1. First Grade Unit Six: We Are Alike, We Are Different Sarah Blascovich Brown Teacher on Assignment

    2. Unit Six Highlights

    3. Unit Six Highlights

    4. Unit Six Highlights

    5. Unit Six Highlights

    6. Performance Task

    7. Resources (Character Education): • Long list of sites from the Kennesaw EdTech folks: http://webtech.kennesaw.edu/jcheek3/chared.htm • Teaching Tolerance: http://www.tolerance.org/index.jsp • Don’t Laugh At Me: http://www.operationrespect.org/ • Character Education Booklist: http://www.answerpoint.org/teachers_place/character_education.asp

    8. Resources (Geography & Landforms): • National Geographic Epals: http://www.epals.com/ • Landform map of the United States: http://broadmeadow.needham.k12.ma.us/TechCtr/USALandforms.htm • Interactive landform map including NASA satellite footage of example landforms: http://www.earthkam.ucsd.edu/public/students/activities/landformations/ • Simple landform definitions with photographs: http://www.edu.pe.ca/southernkings/landforms.htm • NASA’s satellite view of the Earth: http://earth.jsc.nasa.gov/sseop/efs/land.htm

    9. Teaching Unit Six: • Individuals, Groups, & Institutions: • Character traits • Review figures & relevant traits • Compare/contrast w/students • Local issues vs. issues of figures • Location: • Compare students’ location w/world • Identify continents, oceans, landforms • Compare students’ home with figures’ homes • Discuss influence of surroundings on our lives and on historical figures’ lives (and choices)

    10. Teaching Unit Six: • Scarcity • Compare goods & services around the world • Review making good choices • Review need for jobs to provide goods & services • Compare goods & services of our time to historical figures’ times • Benefits of spending & saving • Time, Change, Continuity • Compare lives of historical figures to ours • Compare character traits • Discuss changes in time periods