Part I: MISSION STATEMENT
To prepare students for global society through challenging and technologically enhanced curriculum.
Educate, engage, and empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world.
Curriculum Essentials Assignment
English- CCR 2E1A- Word Recognition and Fluency
Math- CCR.Math.2NBT.A.1 & CCR. Math. 2NBT.A1. a Numbers and Base Operations
Science- CCR2.c- Weather and Earth Science
EDUC 531 Discovery/Exploratory Example
Science Discovery and Exploratory Learning
This is given as an outline of how you would begin the Unit
with a set of Science Discovery Activities
Outline of Integrated Classroom Science Demonstration/Presentation
UNIT MAP INSTRUCTIONS
Mapping History, Language Arts and Character Education
Develop a Unit Map PowerPoint, like the example provided, as an outline of how you will
integrate Science, History, Language Arts, and Bible/Character Education with a c
DISCUSSION BOARD INSTRUCTIONS
You will complete a Discussion Board Forum in Modules/Weeks 1 and 5. Forums require both a
thread (at least 450 words) in response to the instructors prompt, and a reply (at least 200 words)
to another candidates thr
Be able to complete these questions for each activity chosen. You do not need to complete this form for your science activities.
Diverse backgrounds (race, SES, gender, ethnicity, language):
Special needs (ED, LD, MR, gift
Teacher will introduce subject with a
read-aloud; Lewis and Clark and Me.
Discussion to follow. Next, play PBS
video Lewis and Clark: Corp of Discover.
Students shall use KWL before, during
and after reading textbook, Our Nation.
SCIENCE ACTIVITIES INSTRUCTIONS
Using the example provided in the Assignment Instructions folder, Pitch vs. Length, you will
develop a clear and precise exploratory set of 3 activities that center on science and relate to the
theme of your unit a
REFLECTIVE PAPER INSTRUCTIONS
You will write a 2-page reflection paper, in current APA format, citing at least 2 references about
character education in schools today.
Reflect on the following questions: What is the importance of teaching biblica