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3rd Grade Social Studies: Unit 4 of 4 of Third Grade Social Studies (FLEX)
Unit 4 of 3rd Grade Social Studies is the final part in a full curriculum of four units of third grade social studies taught to the National Council for the Social Studies (U.S.) standards, covering history, economics, and geography.
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No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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Third Grade Social Studies is taught to the National Council for the Social Studies (U.S.) standards, covering history, economics, civics, and geography. Students begin to learn and practice analytic skills, consideration of multiple viewpoints and diverse backgrounds, intentional decisions about their communities and world, consideration of consequences of decisions, and relationships within society. They will also begin developing a foundation in U.S history and government, as well as world...
Third Grade Social Studies is taught to the National Council for the Social Studies (U.S.) standards, covering history, economics, civics, and geography. Students begin to learn and practice analytic skills, consideration of multiple viewpoints and diverse backgrounds, intentional decisions about their communities and world, consideration of consequences of decisions, and relationships within society. They will also begin developing a foundation in U.S history and government, as well as world geography. In Unit 4, we focus on world geography.
I have bachelor’s degrees in English, journalism, and political science, and am currently a master’s student in American history. I was a newspaper editor and reporter for 15 years, director of a social justice center for three years, and have been teaching English Language Arts, English As a Second Language, and social studies for the past five years.
There will be weekly homework including quizzes, discussion questions, worksheets, projects and writing assignments. This flex class is for learners who just want to learn more about the topics, as well as students who want to get a letter of competition. For learners who are just practicing skills, homework is optional but highly recommended. For those learners seeking a letter of completion, there is 2-3 hours of homework to be completed each week.
1 file available upon enrollmentAll materials learners will need will be provided in a PDF or on Google Apps.
Weekly Evaluation Rubric - Comprehension Quiz 10 Points - Classroom Discussion Question Participation 20 Points - Vocabulary Quiz 10 Points - Worksheets 20 Points - Writing Assignment/Project 20 Points - Interactive Project, "Class Trip" 20 Points
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
As we study social studies, students may encounter descriptions and discussions of wars, colonization, disease, current events, and death. In addition learners will engage with lessons about diverse peoples, religions, and cultures from around the world and across time. All subjects and topics will be covered in a manner that is as age-appropriate as possible, but some learners may be especially sensitive to these topics.
The third grade social studies course pulls from a myriad of sources. We will use some primary sources to explore historical events and periods through the eyes of people who were firsthand witnesses.These may include diary entries, letters, court testimonies, and other sources. Assigned readings will come from sources such as NewsELA, Zinn Education Project, and Learning for Justice.
The Foster Woods Folk School, Teaching Social Studies and English Language Arts within an EcoSocial Justice Framework
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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205 completed classes
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