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Why are we a global community even when communities are different? Instructional Procedures The teacher will read "Weslandia" to the class as an introduction. Have a class discussion about the book and then, as a pre-assessment, make a chart of what a community includes and discuss the culture created in the text.
Next class period, the teacher begins by talking about themselves -- where they were born, and who lives in their home right now and what they do.
Teacher should discuss what traditions they have, what they celebrate, what foods they love, music they listen to, what hobbies they have, etc.
Then the teacher asks students to think about their own family. Hand out the Building A Community worksheet see attachments and have the students fill it out as completely as they are able.
If the students don't know where people in their family are from or what they do, they can take this portion home as homework to be returned the next day. Next, discuss the class as a community. Where is everyone from, what languages do they speak, what do they have in common? Next, talk about the school -- what do the members of the school community have in common, and what are the differences?
Have the students think about the local community, including businesses and places of recreation. Have students look at their own charts and discuss what their parents do for jobs, where they like to play, what activities are in the area to do or where can they go in their community?
Teacher makes a class chart. Following this, briefly discuss the State as a community, the nation, and finally the world. Again, ask if we all speak the same languages or like the same food, do we look alike or wear the same clothes?
No, but we do have the planet in common and we are more alike than we are different. Now, divide the students into groups of 3. Each group receives a puzzle piece. This is their "ground" for the community they create. Also hand out a rubric. The teams can create a community using any appropriate material, but they should include the items on the rubric and be able to defend their decisions.“Pieces of the Puzzle: New Perspectives on the Hohokam” exhibit provided an overview of the Hohokam world and pondered why more than 40, people lived in the Hohokam region around A.D.
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