Neighborhood and Community

By: Mrs. Eva Broder
from SAR Academy

Real-World Learning

Subject(s) of entry:
Art, History, Literature

IBL - inquiry based learning

Grade(s) to which this was taught:

Grade(s) for which this will be useful:
K, 1, 2, 3, Elementary school

In this unit, students explored the necessary components of a community/neighborhood, including, laws, community 'helpers,' homes, street furniture, and establishments that provide needed goods and services. Students discussed what it means to be a member of a community and what rights and responsibilities accompany that privilege. The unit included a great deal of 'first-hand' experience as students met and interviewed community members, explored a neighborhood and spoke with voters as they entered the booths in this recent election.

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