ECE Year Long Plan 2015 - 2016
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ECE Year Long Plan
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ThemeWho We Are Sharing the PlanetHow We Express OurselvesHow We Organize Ourselves How the World WorksN/A
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an inquiry into self, what it means to be humanan inquiry into communities and the relationships within and between themAn inquiry into the ways in which we discover and express ideas, feelings, nature, culture, beliefs and valuesan inquiry into the interconectedness of human made systems and communitiesan inquiry into the interactioon between the natural world and societies
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DatesSeptOctOctDecJanFebMarch- AprilMayJune
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TitleFree To Be MeCommunitiesVisual ArtsEconomicsFarms
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Central IdeaPeople are alike and different in many ways . Communities create networksHumans communicate though visual arts. People work to meet needs and wantsFarms provide many of the resources we need to survive.
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Lines of Inquiry -Our own physical features and our nationality.
-Individual Interests, talents, likes and dislikes.
-Global differences in appearance, clothing, and food.
-Types of communities -Mapping your community -Services and resources provided in a community
-How different individuals contribute to a community
-How different mediums of visual art tell stories
-The representation of emotions and experiences
-Sharing our stories (Public venues, displays etc.)
-Why people work - How people spend money - How people save money-Diversity of products grown/raised on a farm
-How climate impacts farming
-Exportation of farm goods around the world
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Key ConceptsConnection, Perspective Function, ConnectionForm, Causation, ReflectionResponsibilty, CausationConnection, Change
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AttitudesEmpathy, Respect, ToleranceCommitment, Confidence, IndependenceAppreciation, Curiosity, Creativity Enthausium, IntergirtyCooperation, Commitment
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AttributesCaring, Open MindedKnowledgable, Risk-TakerCommunicators, ReflectiveThinker, Principled,BalancedInquirer, Thinker, Knowledgable
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Reading15. Demostrates phonological awareness, 16. Demonstrates knowledge of the alphabet, 17. Demonstrates knowledge of print and its uses, 18 Comprehends and responds to books and other texts,
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Writing19. Demonstrates emergent writing skills
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Social Studies29. Demonstrates knowledge about self, 30. Shows basic understanding of people and how they live, 31. Explores changes related to familiar people or places, 32. Demonstrates simple geographic knowledge.
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Science24. Use scientific inquiry skills, 25. Demonstrates knowledge of the characterics of living things, 26. Demonstrates knowledge of the physica; properties of objects and materials, 27. Demonstrates knowledge of Earth's environment
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Math20. Uses number concepts and operations, 21. Explores and describes spatial relationships, 22. Compares and measures, 23. Demonstrates knowledge of patterns
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Other: action, integration with specialists, fieldwork, etc.Home conversation- discussng where their famliy is from, their heritage and cultural . Guest speakers, walking field trips.Art Show, Art museum, creating art outside of class. Walking to Goodwill. Children will donate a toy that they don't need to help others.Field trip to Urban Farm. Planting seeds in the community garden.
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