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<ul><li><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p></li><li><p>Table of Contents Lesson 1 What is Geography? Objective: To help the student understand what geography is and what a geographer does. Lesson 2 How Was Our State Formed? Objective: To help the student understand how her state was formed. Lesson 3 Point Me in the Right Direction Objective: To learn basic maps skills Lesson 4 My States Region Objective: To help the student understand what region her state resides in. Lesson 5 Our State and the Shape of Things to Come Objective: To show the physical characteristics of the students state. Lesson 6 The Natural Resources Found in Our State Objective: To learn the natural resources of your state. Lesson 7 The Economic Regions of Our State Objective: To show the economic regions of your state. Lesson 8 How the Regions Helped Our Economy Grow Objective: To describe the major economic activity that comes from the different regions of your state. Lesson 9 The Economic Circle Objective: To trace the steps it takes to go from a natural resource found in your state to a finished product that can be sold. Lesson 10 How Products Move In, Around and Out of State Objective: To show how goods are moved in, around and out of state to help your state grow. </p><p>Lesson 11 Geography Wrap-Up Oral Presentation Objective: To recreate a region and goods that are produced there to show understanding of the Geography unit. Lesson 12 Who Were The First To Call Our State Home? Objective: Using a variety of informational resources. </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p></li><li><p> Lesson 13 Our Quest Continues Objective: Using a variety of sources (informational text and visual data) describe the way the early Native Americans of the state adapted to, used and modified their environment, including the states natural resources. Lesson 14 Our State is Getting Crowded Objective: Using a variety of sources, construct a historical narrative about the life of the early explorers and European settlers in the students state. Lesson 15 Our Humble Beginning: Working Together Objective: To discover how the common values of people help form a unified state. Lesson 16 Who Are Your? Objective: To see who the first Native American Indians, Europeans and explorers were that stood out in your state history. Lesson 17 What Did You Say Your Name Was? Objective: To find information about important Native American Indians, European settlers and explorers in our state history. Lesson 18 Oral Presentation Objective: To help the student become a strong oral presenter by speaking about the research he has completed. Lesson 19 Our Native American Roots Objective: To help the student learn about the life of Native Americans in your state and the Native Americans beliefs, using traditional stories and other resources. </p><p>Lesson 20 Our Explorer Roots Objective: To help the student learn about the life of explorers in your state, using traditional stories and other resources. Lesson 21 Our European Roots Objective: To show the life of early Europeans in our state and their beliefs, using traditional stories and information learned from previous lessons. Lesson 22 Working Together to Have a Great State! Objective: Using a variety of resources, the student will describe interactions that occurred between the Native Americans, early explorers and European settlers. Lesson 23 Disagreements Objective: Using a variety of resources, describe how difficult it was for the explorers and European settlers to get along with each other. </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p></li><li><p>Lesson 24 What Did You Do to Help Our State? Objective: Using the knowledge gained from previous lessons, generalize how the ideas and actions of key Native Americans affected the history of your state. Lesson 25 Statehood Continues Objective: Using case studies, informational text and the books from previous lessons, generalize how the ideas and actions of key European settlers and explorers affected the history of your state. Lesson 26 Timeline of Our State Objective: To create a timeline of the major events in our quest for statehood. Lesson 27 The Steps to Becoming a State Objective: The student will be able to explain the actual way a territory becomes a state. Lesson 28 Money in Our Economy Objective: The student will learn how money is used in our economy. Lesson 29 Scarcity in Our Economy Objective: The student will learn about how scarcity affects choices in our economy. </p><p>Lesson 30 What Will You Give Up? Objective: The student will learn about making economic choices. Lesson 31 Other Resources that Help Our Economy Objective: The student will learn how other resources (human and capital) are tied to our economy. Lesson 32 A Company Begins Objective: The student will learn about creating a business. Lesson 34 Presenting a Brand New Product Objective: The student will create an advertisement for her product. Lesson 35 Incentives Objective: The student will learn how opportunity costs, choices and incentives affect economic decisions. Lesson 36 Business is Booming, Right? Objective: The student will learn about the role business development has on a citys or states economic development. Lesson 37 Taking Care of Our Natural Resources Objective: Student will learn about taking care of, or replenishing, our natural resources in order to keep our economy healthy. </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS &amp; TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-third-grade-social-studies-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>Lesson 38 Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Objective: The student will learn about the 3 Rs (reduce, reuse, recycle). Lesson 39 Arent You Something Special! Objective: The student will learn how specialization can lead to interdependence. Lesson 40 We Are World Travelers Objective: The student will learn about economic activities that allow us to have Inter-dependence with foreign companies. </p><p>Lesson 41 Its a Small Word After All Objective: The student will learn about the interdependence between the United States and other countries caused by the exports to other countries. Lesson 42 Trade Objective: The student will learn about the concept of trade. Lesson 43 Transporting Goods Objective: The student will learn about how goods are transported. Lesson 44 Transportation and Trade Objective: The student will learn about how transportation is important to trade. Lesson 45 The Economic Future Objective: The student will learn that states need to change to have a good economic future. Lesson 46 Values Objective: The student will learn the definitions of some of the core democratic values. Lesson 47 More Values Objective: The student will learn the definitions of some of the core democratic values. Lesson 48 The Values of Our Nation Objective: The student will learn the definitions of more of the core democratic values. Lesson 49 Responsibilities Objective: The student will learn that there are responsibilities when you are the citizen of the United States. Lesson 50 What Does Our Government Do? Objective: The student will learn the six purposes of the government. </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS &amp; TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-third-grade-social-studies-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>Lesson 51 State Governments Objective: The student will learn what a state government does to carry out the responsibilities of a government. </p><p>Lesson 52 Representative Government Objective: The student will learn what a representative government is and why we have that kind of government. Lesson 53 Our State Constitution Objective: The student will learn the purpose of a states constitution. Lesson 54 The Executive Branch Objective: The student will be able to identify executive branch of government and the power it has. Lesson 55 The Legislative Branch Objective: The student will be able to identify legislative branch of government and the power it has. Lesson 56 The Judicial Branch Objective: The student will be able to identify judicial branch of government and the power it has. Lesson 57 City Government Objective: The student will identify the jobs of the executive branch at the city level. Lesson 59 State and Local Governments Objective: The student will learn about the roles of the state and local governments. Lesson 60 Lesson 60A Lawyer Objective: The student will learn about the job of the lawyer, who is a member of the judicial branch of government. Lesson 61 The Judge Objective: The student will learn about the role a judge plays in the judicial system of our state. Lesson 62 The Jury Objective: The student will learn about the duties of a jury. </p><p>Lesson 63 The Trial Begins Objective: The student will learn about how a real trial would proceed from start to finish. Lesson 64 The Trial Objective: The student will participate in a mock trial. </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS &amp; TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-third-grade-social-studies-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>Lesson 65 Goods and Services Objective: The student will review the definitions of goods and services. Lesson 66 The State Provides Us Goods and Services Objective: The student will learn about the goods and services a state provides. Lesson 67 Who Pays? Objective: The student will learn about how a state provides for the goods and services it provides for its citizens. Lesson 68 What Are Issues? Objective: The student will learn what an issue is. Lesson 69 Public Issues Objective: The student will learn what a public issue is and what it means to her. Lesson 70 Ways to Solve Public Issues Objective: The student will learn ways to solve public issues. Lesson 71 Putting Plan into Action Objective: The student will learn how to write an action plan to solve a public issue. Lesson 72 Completing Your Project Objective: The student will finish writing the action plan to solve a public issue that is related to the student. Lesson 73 Presenting Your Issues Objective: The student will use his public speaking skills to present his action plan. </p><p>Lesson 74 Everybody Has Opinions Objective: The student will learn how core democratic values play a role in conflict. Lesson 75 Public Issues and You Objective: The student will identify a public issue that influences the daily lives of the citizens of her community. Lesson 76 Solving a Public Issue Objective: The student will understand the importance of data and discussion before putting a policy into effect. Lesson 77 Your City Grows Objective: The student will learn how past public issues and policies have influenced the way people in your community live. </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS &amp; TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-third-grade-social-studies-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>Lesson 78 Your State Changes, Too Objective: The student will learn how decisions about public issues have changed your state. Lesson 79 Making Your Voice Heard Objective: The student will begin learning the process of participating in public policy changes by creating an imaginary town, a public issue that needs to be changed and brainstorming a solution. Lesson 80 Creating the Voice Objective: The student will continue to find a solution to the towns issue and begin writing an action plan. Lesson 81 The Issue You Want to Fight For Objective: The student will begin the process of developing and implementing an action plan by researching a public issue. Lesson 82 Beginning Your Journey Objective: The student will develop an action plan to solve a public policy issue in your community. </p><p>Lesson 83 Wading in the water Objective: The student will think about how to implement his action plan. Lesson 84 Now the Real Work Begins Objective: The student will continue to implement her action plan. Lesson 85 The Issue Takes Center Stage Objective: The student will continue working on implementing his action plan and presenting it to the public. </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS &amp; TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-third-grade-social-studies-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>STUDENT MANUAL SOCIAL STUDIES / LESSON 1 </p><p>Lesson 1 What is Geography? </p><p>Today you will learn about geography and what a geographer does. Geography is the study of places. A geographer is someone who asks questions to find out about the places. </p><p> Geographers learn about the Geography of a location by asking lots of questions. They ask questions to find out about places, communities, countries and even the whole earth. </p><p>Compare your answers about what geography is and what a geographer does with what you have just learned. </p><p>What kind of questions do you think a Geographer would ask? </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS &amp; TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-third-grade-social-studies-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>STUDENT MANUAL SOCIAL STUDIES / LESSON 1 </p><p>Here are some examples of different questions a geographer asks: </p><p>Where is the place located? </p><p>What places are close to the community? </p><p>What is the place like? </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS &amp; TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-third-grade-social-studies-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>STUDENT MANUAL SOCIAL STUDIES / LESSON 1 </p><p>Is the place a part of a larger place? </p><p>SAMPLE</p><p>10-15</p><p>CLICK ON THIS SLIDE FOR MORE DETAILS &amp; TO DOWNLOAD PREVIEW FILES!</p><p>http://www.educents.com/voyages-in-third-grade-social-studies-digital-textbook-bundle-student-and-teacher-s-edition.html#myhomeschooltexts</p></li><li><p>STUDENT MANUAL SOCIAL STUDIES / LESSON 1 </p><p>Lesson 1 What is Geography? </p><p>Worksheet </p><p>NAME: _________________________________________________________________ </p><p>DATE: __________________________________________________________________ </p><p>Your teacher will show you a map of the United States. Find your state on the map. </p><p>Answer these questions and the ones you wrote down to describe the place that you live. </p><p>Questions for Lesson: </p><p>1. What is geography? __________________________________________________________________</p><p>__________________________________________________________________</p><p>__________________________________________________________________</p><p>__________________________________________________________________ </p><p>2. What does a geographer do? __________________________________________________________________</p><p>__________________________________________________________________</p><p>__________________________________________________________________</p><p>_______________________________________________________...</p></li></ul>

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