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NVACS-SS ALIGNED INQUIRY LESSONS
- How Can We Be Responsible and Cooperate in Our Classroom?
- Why Aren’t Rules the Same for Everyone?
- Do I Have to Like Everyone?
- How Do Maps Talk to Us?
- What Makes Holidays and Traditions Special?
- How Have Our School Communities Changed Over Time?
C3 INQUIRY LESSONS
- Why Do I Have to Be Responsible?
- What Makes Holidays Special?
- Is Everyone Unique?
- Which is Better, a Map or a Globe?
- Why Can’t We Ever Get Everything We Need and Want?
- Do We Still Need Paper Maps?
- Are All Rules Good Rules?
READ ALOUD PROJECT LESSONS (Requires outside texts)
- Dear Juno
- Diego Rivera: His World and Ours
- For You Are a Kenyan Child
- How My Family Lives in America
- The Boxcar Children
- Thunder Cake
- Wangari’s Trees of Peace
READ ALOUDS TO BUILD KNOWLEDGE AND VOCABULARY (Requires outside texts)
- A World of Cookies for Santa
- One Plastic Bag: Isatou Ceesay and the Recycling Women of the Gambia
- The Other Side (Segregation)
- The Invisible Boy (Empathy)
- Mapping a School
POPULATION EDUCATION.ORG LESSON
CORE KNOWLEDGE DBQs
- Core Knolwedge DBQ Columbus and the Pilgrims
- Core Knowledge DBQ Colonial Workers
- Core Knowledge DBQ Farm
- Core Knowledge DBQ Kings and Queens
- Core Knowledge DBQ Presidents and American Symbols
CORE KNOWLEDGE ZOOM INS
- Core Knowledge Zoom In Kings and Queens
- Core Knowledge Zoom In Columbus and the Pilgrims
- Core Knowledge Zoom In Colonial Towns and Townspeople
- Core Knowledge Zoom In Farms