In this integrated lesson, students will use digital research skills to identify and analyze different types of government including representative vs. other types of government. Students will complete a graphic organizer. This lesson is part one of a multi-part lesson that will end with a culminating project that identifies characteristics of a representative government using digital resources.
In this integrated lesson, the students will plan a Scratch program where multiple characters interact to demonstrate acts of civility. The students will use prior knowledge of citizens demonstrating civility, cooperation, and volunteerism to plan out a code that shows a character performing an act of civility. The students will use a Scratch planning sheet and Scratch Code sheet to guide their coding creation.
In this integrated lesson, the students will research a patriotic holiday or observance and will gather facts about the history and meaning behind the holiday. The students will collect information to be used in their future scratch projects for lesson 2. The students will work in partner groups to research using digital information resources to locate information about patriotic holidays.