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3rd and 4th Grade Social Studies Curriculum (FULL SEMESTER)-Nearpod
Beginner Maps 101 (Flex)
Lauren Cannon Typing and Phonics Guru
In this four week, 1 day a week flex class, we will be learning how to read a map, create a map, and understand directions through many fun activities in this class!
US Grade 1 - 4
In this four week, 1 day a week flex class, we will be learning how to read a map, create a map, and understand directions through many fun activities in this class. Class will begin with students visiting the classroom to find an introduction post from Teacher Lauren. Students will be asked to list their name, their favorite animal and why they love that animal in the classroom to get to know one another. We will find there are times we are similar and there are times we are different, but...
Students will begin to learn how to read a map, create their own map, key and apply these skills through games, videos, and creating art related projects to post in the classroom. They will also build a great classroom community of friends!
Homework OfferedHomework will be simple drawings, interacting in the classroom through commenting and posting, as well as creating short videos to present their homework or to speak on their homework. Homework should never take too long when assigned. The great thing about flex classes is students are able to complete the work when it is convenient for them!
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Assessments OfferedLearners are informally assessed throughout the class time through their posts, comments and homework assignments.
Students will need paper, pencil, a recording device to create and post videos, images and to discuss their topics in the classroom. Students do not meet live, so they will need to be able to interact in the classroom through posting homework and activities they complete as well as commenting (with kindness) on other students posts.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Parents may need to assist students with posting their homework videos and images. Commenting from students will need to be regulated by parents with kindness encouraged when responding or commenting on classroom posts. Students may need parents to help them with one of their classroom drawings or two.
All sources and resources are provided by the teacher. Sources used will be power points, videos, images, pdfs and posting in the classroom comment boxes.
Meet the teacher
Hello! I am Lauren Cannon and I love getting to teach students from all over the world! Living very close to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in the small town of Sylva has brought me so much joy and inspires me to spend as much time as...
$9weekly or $35 for 4 weeks
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1)
Completed by 13 learners
No live video meetings