Reflection: Real World Applications Police Officer - Section 1: Warm Up


With this lesson I tried to send a positive message that the Police are only mean to people who are mean to them or other people.  Each of my students has had an experience with the police.  At least one member of their family if not more are incarcerated.  The Police department was not able to schedule a class visit this year.  I love it when they come and talk to my students and show them that they are real people doing a dangerous job.  A job of keeping us safe.  The student work shows that they know about the police.  This lesson was a little less exciting to do compared to the other neighborhood helper lessons.  We did meet all the CCSS of engaging in discussions, and writing about the police.

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Police Officer

Unit 11: Careers
Lesson 6 of 9

Objective: SWBAT write an informative piece of writing based on a read aloud text.

Big Idea: We will read and discuss the career of a police officer then write an informative paper about a police officer.

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