Lesson: Key Questions for this Unit
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Chris Stone -- National Landmarks Study: United States and China
- Julie Warr - Made in China
- Nanette Lehman -- Historical Leaders
- Katie Anderson -- Exploring Culture Through Literature
- Lauren Marrocco -- Comparing communism in China with Democracy in the U.S.A.
- Diane Brown - Environmental Portraits: More than Face Value!
- Chris Stone -- National Landmarks Study: United States and China
- Kelly Fry__Recycling: It's A Global Solution
- Brenda Werner - "Perspectives"
- Erlynn Kirsch -- Chinese Culture and the Global Importance of Rice
- Ted Eischeid -- Lifeboat Earth, a Global Perspective
- Jenny Graviet -- Fahrenheit 451 Extended: Censorship in the World
- Kathryn Woerner - 1960s Reform Around the World
- Josh Underwood -- Chemistry of Rammed Earth
- Eileen Sheehy -- The Chinese Marketplace / Trade, Exchange, Values: A Simulation
- Greg Ahlquist_Using and Interpreting Visual Evidence through Chinese History
- Beth Brown -- Searching for Commonalities: Rhetorical Devices in American and Chinese Persuasion
- Liesl Sisson - Magnetic Levitation Train
- Kathleen Turner -- Children's Rights
- Ken Holzapfel - Business Lesson
- Christy Rehm -- Identifying Self and National Identity Through Literature
- Beverly Love_Hegemony: Hidden in Plain Site
- D. Moretz: Building Coalitions with the Terra Cotta Warriors
- Nancie Lindblom: The International impact of the Declaration of Independence
- Tom Young_Pollution, Our Role in Reducing the Global Pollution Problem
- Misha Quarles_Ratios and Exchange Rates
- Les Nicholas_Global Competency Taking Root
- Constance Russell_The Fruits We Eat and Where They Come From
- Tom Pedersen_Environmental Ethics and Civil Disobedience
- Kristin Donley_Building Relationships- a Design Project to Improve School Climate
- Robert Becker_Chemical Conflicts around the World
- Christine Anderson_Samba and Sugar: The Effects of Imperialism in Brazil
- Josh Stumpenhorst_Political Unrest
- Katie Ferguson_Community and Culture, Interconnected Across the World
- Susan Sellers_Global Rescue
- Clare Taylor_Global Riches Unit
- Timmie Melancon_Save The Drama For Your Global Mama
- Elizabeth Altemeier_Global Learning in the First Grade Classroom
- Joyce Baumann_My World, Your World, Our World-Exploring Needs and Wants
- Scott McKim_Global Competency
- Loryn Windwehen_Nutrition: Too Much or Too Little? A Global Epidemic
- Brenda Stewart_Globization in the classroom
- Catherine Boehme_Global Opportunities: Careers in the International Arena
- Deanna LeBlanc_"Water" We Fighting For?
- Sherry Helus_Factors Affecting Population Densities
- Peter Mili_Exploring Life Expectancy With Global Data
- Diane Vickers - Paper Making
- Rita Merrigan -- Kindergarten Connections to Culture
- Amber Augustus: What Can I Do? Creating Global Citizens Through Education and Service Learning
- Karen Toavs_The Power of Homelands- An Introduction to Diaspora Literature
- Noelle Clark_Follow That Trash!
- Leigh VandenAkker_The Big Picture: "Chega" Bullying (Stop Bullying)
- Melissa Collins_"Sounds ALL Around"
- Josh Parker_Defining Culture
- Kristin Shelby_Unity, Equity, and Hope
- Becky Rivera _Shots Heard Around The World
- Laura Schneider_All Eyes (and Ears) on the World: An Approach to Journaling in the Humanities
Key Questions for this Unit
- Key Questions for this Unit
- Global Competencies - Teachers Guide
- Lesson 1: Exploration of National Landmarks - China and the United States
- Lesson 2: Making Sense of Exploration
- Note Taking and Creating a Google Presentation
- Lesson 3: Focused Research on National Landmarks
- Lesson 4: Feedback and Revision
- Lesson 5: Sharing
- Assessment - Teacher Guide
- Professional Citations and Teacher Resources
Key Content Questions:
1. What are national landmarks and why do societies establish these national sites?
2. How are national landmarks of the United States and China the same and different?
3. What is the importance of recognizing national landmarks, and history, of other cultures?
Key Process Questions:
1. How do we write, speak and present our ideas, and experiences, clearly and effectively?
2. What essential components of the writing process guide writers in the communication of ideas?
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