Learning Goals and Objectives!

READING COMMUNITY MAPS

Ø Students will be able to understand the progression of maps from their earliest forms to what they have become today.

Ø Students will be able to describe how placement and location are important for community structure and utilizing natural resources.

Ø Students will be able to name and locate the major global dividing lines: 180th meridian, prime meridian, equator, eatern and western hemispheres.

Ø Students will be able to identify and use correctly grids, keys and symbols.

Ø Students wic">Ø Students will be able to understand boundaries: people-drawn and natural.

Ø Students will be able to name the cardinal directions and the order they must be in.

 

BUILDING BLOCKS OF THE COMMUNITY

Ø Students will be able to undnity from its founding until today.

Ø Students will be able to tell why the location of certain community buildings and structures can be crucial for safety and convenience.

Ø Students will be able to relate to other communities while understanding the aspects that makes their community special.

Ø Students will be able to compare and contrast their communities climate and weather with that of another.

 

SOCIAL EFFECTS ON THE COMMUNITY

Ø Students will be able to understand empathatically the importance of helping and befriending new members into the community.

Ø Students will be able to know some of the contributions of individual and team members of the community.

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