Of note are the insights into the men who wrote the Constitution, how it was created, and how the Supreme Court has interpreted the Constitution in the two centuries.
I believe that if students are in a safe environment, then learning can take place. Having the right environment for all students to learn is my major goal of implementing good classroom management--without it the students would not be able to learn.
Philosophical Statement I am committed to making my classroom a safe and challenging environment and engaging my students through the curriculum as well as getting to know them and interacting with them one-on-one.
I believe that meeting the needs of my students is a very crucial part of my classroom. I want them to be comfortable with the other students, as well as me, so that there can be meaningful discussions and interactions.
Talking will be common place in my classroom, along with group work. I want to encourage all students to participate in class so that they can learn from each other as well as me. I want to have a democratic and equitable classroom so that students can learn.
I want to be a fair as I can be, so the students trust me. I feel that I have a very patient and calm attitude with my class. I ask students about their life outside of class and feel that they respond in class even more, knowing that someone is paying attention to them.
I want them to feel comfortable asking questions of me. I think my attitude towards the students is not overbearing or authoritative. I do not believe in forcing the students to do anything.
I want students to be a part of their learning. I want to motivate students to learn and keep their interest by using engaging curriculum. I want to involve students in rules about the classroom as well as what curriculum they would like to study.
I believe if students feel they are involved in the workings of the classroom, they will be more motivated to engage in the class and in turn, learn. Room Arrangement Walking through the door, students are hit with vibrant colors on the walls, natural lighting from the windows and an inviting sensation as they glide along the carpeting.
They feel safe and welcome wandering to their seats in a big circle of tables. They can see their classmates as they face each other and glance from wall to wall looking at maps, art, famous people, different cultures and student work all depicted in colorful posters around the room.
There is not a drop of white paint to be seen. The carpet on the floor is comforting to the student and yields a form of tranquility amidst the invigorating walls.Description. These pages present a thorough and organized study of the articles and amendments of the U.S.
Constitution. The activities involve critical thinking, reasoning, sequencing, writing, and more.
Aug 17, · Whether creating curriculum, planning for Constitution Day on September 17th or just want to have your students weigh in on current legal and civil rights issues, here is a collection of Times, Learning Network and other resources to help. This is a comprehensive list of all the HIGHLY RECOMMENDED and RECOMMENDED comics that we have reviewed. It is categorized by grade level to help teachers and librarians pick the best comic literature for students. Classroom Constitution will be visible in the classroom for any future references. Participants will write a journal entry about the importance of having a classroom constitution, the importance of having rules in place and the benefits of having participants help in the creation of the Class Constitution.
lesson 1: establishing classroom rules, rights, and responsibilities / 2 HUMAN RIGHTS RESOURCE CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA privacy, and safety are respected, as . The Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution are great guides for setting up classroom rules.
By using them as a template, your students can also have a hand in creating the classroom .
«Return to Far-reaching Changes Pauline Forstall Colclough Adams Wrote to Her Son from Prison, October 23, Suffragist Pauline Adams was born in Dublin, Ireland, in By late in the s she had relocated to Norfolk, Virginia.
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80 lesson plans appropriate for grades Academy Social Studies Curriculum Exchange High School (). 95 lesson plans . Branches of Government Activities for Kids.
Grade Levels: K-3 Classroom Activities for Teaching About the Branches of Government. Dear Representative and have students write him or her a letter or e-mail regarding the community’s issues or concerns. This is a great opportunity to teach how to write a formal letter or e-mail.