Let’s Discover Ohio. Beth Hollinger ED 417-02. Ohio’s Social Studies Stands. American Heritage and People in Society People in Societies World Interactions Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities Democratic Processes Decision Making and Resources Science, Technology, and Society.
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Students will be able to learn what everything on the Ohio Seal stands for and then they will create one for themselves.
Students will read the text and create a time line of the information they have learned.
Given a map of Ohio, the students will be able to use this web site to assist them
in tracing how the African
Americans used the
Students will visit this interactive web site and learn about Native Americans while having fun.
Students will get into groups, view this web page and answer a series of questions about Ohio’s Historical Indian Lifestyles.
Students will discover the Serpent Mound, create a mound of their own and tell why it was built and what it was used for.
Students will visit this
interactive web site to learn more
about life in the
village back in
Students will choose a person from the “Famous Natives and Residents” list on the web site and do a research report on them.
Students will choose a tribe and research it for an oral report.
Students will look in the newspaper about a positive story on an African American. The article will be cut out and brought to school for class discussion.
Students will be able to read about voting and voice their opinions on-line.
Students will read about citizenship rights when owning a pet.
Students will read about voting qualifications and will design a poster to hang in the hallway.
Students will research a county and tell about its government, attractions, schools, bicentennial barn, population, and history.
Students will create a time line on Ohio’s Statehood by using this Web page.
Students will create the flag shown on this Web page and write what the symbols mean on the back.
Students will get into groups and each groupwill create a poster with one Ohio Fact forhallway display.
Students will write their own test about Presidents that came from Ohio by using this Web page.
Students will make a book of Ohio’s symbols by using the help of this Web page.
Students will take a field trip to COSI to learn science through a hands on approach.
Students will explore parts of the body,meet various curious creatures, and check out a career through career connections all through this interactive Web Site.
Students will be able to hook up to their favorite TV or radio science show, learn about the Nobel Prize, and see what’s in the “The Bad Bug Book.”
Students will explore an on-line zoo in Ohio.
Students can research the Ohio Science Museums to vote on which one to go to for a field trip.
Students will discover the wonderful world of science with these wonderful tips and materials from the professionals.
Through all of these activities I hope my students will have a better understanding of what Social Studies is all about.