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Interdisciplinary Lesson Plans
Skills Lesson Plans
Skills Teacher Resources
Musical Poem - The goal is to encourage people to view the psalm
from an artistic lens drawing from two different genres of music.
My School - Students talk about their school supplies.
Spaces and Places - Students identify how the visual arts have
a history and specific relationship to culture.
You My Neighbor? - They should be able to demonstrate what it means
to be a neighbor.
- I aim for the children to learn to think flexibly in order to come up
with an approach that fits the situation and develop skills to carry it
polite - Children reflect on how to be polite.
- Being Brave
and Dealing with Fear- Teaches students to understand what it means
to be brave and how to deal with real and imaginary fears.
Bridges Teaching Tool
Play - Students will be able to create math problems while engaging
in physical activity.
- Changing a Tire - Changing a tire that has
gone flat with a spare tire.
Environment- Students will be able to make connections between learning
goals and the environment necessary to achieve these goals.
Rules For The School Year - Discussing and learning basic rules to
establish an orderly, safe and enjoyable classroom environment.
Justice Today - Students will understand the key words and see how
they fit into the criminal justice system.
- The students will be able to hold the scissors correctly and ultimatley
master their cutting skills.
- Curriculum Design for Excellence
On-Line- Lesson plans with and interdisciplinary approach.
- Cyber Safety - This lesson warns students
of Internet dangers and equips them to be smarter and safer online.
- Disability Awareness in Physical Activity
- Students, faculty, and staff to discover and explore together the world
of a disabled individual.
- See that physical features are the main differences and that number
of things to be different is small, as compared to the similarities that
we all share.
- Economic Incentives - Students will
learn the economic, social, and moral incentives found in our every day
- Financial Matters. Really? - This lesson
plan offers students an introduction to the world of finance.
and Toads - We cover this work with a chart and a wheel.
- Gender Equality In School - Students will
learn about status of women in community.
- Issues of Diversity and Equality - Students
look at inequality from all angles.
American Farm Tour - Cultivate a cultural awareness in students of
attributes and qualities of successful American farmers.
into Owls - A research based lesson.
Lesson - What are the kinds of problems you have with your friends?
and My Family - Increasing awareness about the importance of the family.
Years - Appreciate the significance of New Year's Day.
Raising Teens - Identify objectives you hope the participants will
achieve for each task in the process.
- Parenting While in the Military - Students
learn about military deployment cycles and the challenges family face.
to Learn Vocabulary - To demonstrate understanding of the French vocabulary
words by matching the words communicated verbally by the teacher to the
items around the school that they visually represent.
Walk - The students will gain insight of the lives' of others' as
well as their own.
- Putting Bullies In There Place - What bullying
is, who bullies are, what you can do to prevent bullying.
in various communities - Seeing that we are all different but we all
have things in common.
Ribbon Week Activities - The goal of all red ribbon week activities
is to help children become aware of the dangers in society as they develop.
For Multiple Intelligences - The elementary teachers will sense and
conceiving the student's ability which differ from one to another and
maximize each student's ability.
- Satisfaction, Ownership, Accuracy, Resolution (SOAR)
- Students learn what is involved in increasing customer satisfaction.
Story Problems" - Use hands-on strategies to help children to make
connection between what they hear or read and the meaning of the words.
Insects, or Both? - Students will be able to identify the characteristics
of spiders and insects.
Stories - Students will write stories about an illustration they have
drawn from a single squiggle line.
Maps - Clusters - Using Story Maps to analyze universal themes across
Five Senses- The students will be able to listen and read to acquire
information and understanding involves collecting data facts and ideas;
discovering relationships, concepts and generalizations and using knowledge
from oral and written sources.
Four Seasons - Students will use descriptive words or pictures to
illustrate the weather.
History of Christmas Trees - This lesson uses the theme of Christmas
to develop students vocabulary. It includes a song and some fun coloring
and drawing activities.
Righteousness Of Job - Looking for answer indicators from specific
questions, such as what is Job saying here, does Job portray patience?
Report - As a goal, students will prepare a weather forecast and present
it following the model from television news. The forecast will be presented
in target language.
do Pretzels Come From? - Students will learn about the pretzel and
its country of origin.
Am I Collage - Students learn how to build self esteem by creating
a collage to learn who they are and what is important and unique to themselves