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[K/1st Grade] Teddy Bear History: President Theodore Roosevelt and the Teddy Bear
In this one time class we will learn how how the Teddy Bear came to be, how it relates to President Roosevelt, and share our teddy bears.
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In this one time class we will learn the history of the Teddy Bear. How after becoming President in 1901, Teddy Roosevelt used his authority of the office of The President to protect wildlife and public lands by creating the United States Forest Service (USFS). We will also explore how marketing created the Teddy Bear craze when a toy seller saw an opportunity when they learned about Teddy Roosevelt's refusal to shoot a bear during a hunting trip. Students will also have the opportunity to...
Students will understand the connection between President Roosevelt and The Teddy Bear. Students will know that President Roosevelt is responsible for the Creation of The United States National Park Service. Students will improve their public speaking skills.
Students should bring their favorite stuffed toy to class and be prepared to say a sentence or two about their toy.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
President Theodore Roosevelt was a hunter. We will not be discussing the ethics or morals about hunting. Questions about hunting will be redirected to the fact that Roosevelt chose not to shoot the bear resulting in the creation of the Teddy Bear.
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Hello Learners! Welcome to my classroom. My name is Kathy. My education philosophy is The Socratic Method. We learn by asking and answering questions. Our classes will create a circle of inquiry. A space where we are free to explore our ideas...