LESSONS

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 "Money,Money,Money"  International Foods/Cooking  All About My Neighbhorhood

These lessons takes a thematic approach in connecting Internet projects for students in grades 3-6. This page link many sites that highlight diverse cultures. Many of the projects and lessons are interdisciplinary. The projects and lessons provide teachers and students with opportunities to develop an understanding of the rich diversity of cultures around the world and their contributions to the richness of our lives while guiding students in becoming lifelong, globally knowledgable learners.

A good idea that I have used in creating Internet lessons is to begin the lesson with concepts and skills taught in the traditional classroom. The lessons and projects developed here are divided into topics. Each topic is interdisciplinary in that the subjects intertwine with each other. There are online and offline activities where designated. These projects will enhance reading, writing, oral communication skills, social studies, science and mathematics, as well as providing greater understanding of the potential for this technology

 

Topic: "Money, Money, Money"

Subject Areas: Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Technology

Objectives: The student will:

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INTERNATIONAL FOODS/COOKING

Topic: Making a Classroom Cookbook

Subject Areas: Science, Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Technology

Objectives:The students will:

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INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITES

Topic: All About My Neighborhood

Subject Areas: Social Studies, Language Arts, Science, Math, Technology

Objectives: The students will:

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These pages were developed through GirlTECH, a teacher training sponsored by the Center
for Research on Parallel Computation (CRPC)
, a National Science Foundation Science and
Technology Center.

Pages copyright July 1999 by Pameolin K. Nelson

Thanks to the RGK Foundation and EOT-PACI for its generous support of GirlTECH.