Students will use various investigative procedures to compile a list of government or volunteer service opportunities.
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Unit: We the People... Project
Unit: What Does It Take?
Unit: Philanthropy in Bloom
This lesson centers on the basic needs and purposes of plants, as well as people. The discussion will include the fact that plants have needs and a purpose, and people have needs and responsibilities.
The learners will analyze why nonprofit organizations are needed, especially when there are for profit and governmental institutions which do some of the same work. They will investigate an international and a local nonprofit which work to alleviate poverty in the community and describe the...
Learners will examine the ethical foundations of tolerance from the Torah and understand what it means in both the religious and social context.
Students will identify jobs according to their sector of the economy and describe four important character traits, including the role they play in our communication styles.
Students learn about and discuss the motivations for giving. They apply these motivations to their own lives and to the goal of addressing poverty, hunger, and homelessness.
Students compare and contrast attributes of school systems across the globe. They will work in small groups to identify the successes and possible school improvements in their own school system and in vulnerable schools around the world.
Students will define philanthropy and recognize philanthropic activities. Students will identify examples of philanthropy in literature.