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Students play a game that explores the difference between rights and privileges. Students listen and respond to the text of Nasreen’s Secret School by Jeanette Winter, a picture book about a school in Afghanistan.
Students learn the definition of philanthropy and see examples of it in the community, especially through the work of the United Way.
In this unit, the students hear three beautiful stories of Chinese literature. Two are folk tales from ancient China, and the third is present day in North America. The learners explore decision-making and the consequences of choices made.
Introduce learners to the region of the world known as "The Great North," which includes the Arctic Circle, North Pole and Northern Europe. They learn how the native inhabitants demonstrate stewardship of the Earth's resources through their daily living.
Students study the role women have played in American history and philanthropy. For some women, taking stand for justice or equality came at great personal sacrifice and risk. The students work as a group to take a stand on the issue of bullying in their schools.
Good literature can do a powerful job of helping young children learn be good citizens and caring people in the community, school, and home. Through eight stories, children will learn different ways to give.
Students explore how individuals, groups and/or organizations use problem-solving approaches to resolve community issues or needs and promote the common good. The focus is on addressing issues of animal welfare and humane treatment.