Revise your five-day integrated literacy and social studies unit from last week to include two art standards for the appropriate grade level. Make any changes to your original

Week 1






Lesson Title, Objectives, and Brief Summary of Rationale

Diversity in a Community

Use cultural markers (such as cuisine, language, religion, and customs) to illustrate the variety of the neighborhood.

When Should People Form Governments?

Justify the need of government formation.

What Role Do Laws Play in a Community?

Learners will grasp the purpose of societal norms and legal frameworks.

How Does Our Municipal Government Function?

Learning Outcome: Students Will Be Able to Describe What a Mayor Does

In what Ways Can Students Learn About Their Local Government?

One, what are the three arms of a municipal government?

Second, pair the three parts of a municipal government with their explanations.

State Specific Standards

(include at least two social studies standards, one reading standard, one writing standard, and one speaking and listening standard in the unit)

Try having them answer some questions regarding the text’s central premise and its supporting aspects to see whether they’ve grasped it.

Describe the purpose of and reasons for the existence of rules and regulations at school and in the community.

Create a subject sentence that serves as an introduction, describes the topic in depth, and serves as a conclusion.

Please explain how your participation in the classroom or community may benefit everyone.

Give your definition of a citizen* and the qualities that make someone a good citizen.

Engage in group discussions with professionals and other students about material relevant to their grade level Collectively, both little and huge.

Determine the best way to organize a nonfiction work to compare and contrast ideas, depict a process, or outline a chain of events.

Vocabulary and Academic Language

Communities: Urban,

Suburban, Rural

Government and


Laws and Rules



Instructional Strategy/Strategies Used

Methods for Evaluating and Assessing Predictive Models and Input Sets

Methods for Evaluating Models with Anticipatory Data Sets

Methods for Evaluating Models with Anticipatory Data Sets

App for Assessing Anticipatory Sets Through Input and Modeling, put in place 2 cockroaches

Methods for Evaluating Models with Anticipatory Data Sets

Summary of Instruction and Activities for the Lesson

Create the word “community” by arranging tiles. • Inquire of young minds: what do they understand by the term “community?” Students may use the Community realistic organizer to think about the places and services available to them in their neighborhood. • I’ll inform the class that I’ll be giving them a book report and that I want them to give some thought to the ways in which the novel may or may not address issues of diversity. Check out Norah Dooley’s Everyone Brings Noodles. • I’ll have the kids help me choose several drawings that showcase the book’s many varying aspects. • Pupils will use the relatable organizer to consider issues about their own hypothetical family. In that moment, I’ll pull out my trusty Venn Diagram to analyze the similarities and differences between the kids’ respective traditions.

Get the kids to write out the laws they’re familiar with virtually verbatim. I want you to pretend that your town does not have any of these regulations (getting a license for your dog, using the correct side of the road while riding a bike, wearing a seat belt, not littering, requiring a license to go hunting, etc.). • Have kids think about problems that may arise if there were no rules to follow. On the large, lined page, write the word “Government.” Key in (shapes laws and delivers services) and (undergoes examination) as you move along. • Assure kids that the government is providing for them. · Inquire of young minds what they make of the term “administrations.” Protected population. After that, I want to let the kids work independently on a class book.

Inquire of the group what school regulations exist. Pose the question, “What if there were no rules at school?” to your students. If you want regulations in school, you need laws in your community. • Have students define the term “community.” (A group of people who share a geographical location might be considered a community. There may be a neighborhood in the city of ____. Display last week’s chart paper to refresh students’ memories on the rules they established. After discussing the issue, students will work in groups to draft legislation to address the hypothetical problem of littering and filth in a community.

Create two columns on a chart: “What We Believe We Know” and “What We Actually Learned.” • Have students write their thoughts regarding the term “mayor” under the heading “What We Think We Know.” If a student in class makes an error, correct them by saying, “We need to be learning more around this,” rather than recording the incorrect information. Take in a fictional account of a mayor. By Marjorie White Pellegrino: My Grandma Is the Mayor Some students need to stretch their legs or take a mental health break. Get your hands on a nonfiction book like “What Makes a Leader?” to learn more about what it takes to be a chairman. Contribution from Nancy Harris • What insights on the Mayor’s job have you gained from reading this book? Put them in the chart’s time column.

Examine the Book Who Rules Our Country?

Educate kids about the importance of legislation in a community, explaining that a mayor is responsible for enforcing laws passed by the city council via authorities such as police officers.


(identify researched-based support strategies for students with exceptionalities)

Students that need extra help with their writing When it comes time for dictation drawings, I’ll have magazines on hand with photographs of lawyers that students may cut and paste into blank templates.

Students that need extra help with their writing

I want to provide students with magazines containing photographs of lawyers from which they may cut and paste the drawings of dictation exercises.

Support for Students Who Struggle with Writing I plan on having law-related periodicals available for teachers to utilize in conjunction with dictation drawings.

Struggling Learners

The instructor will read to the class and then explain the duties of the mayor as a group. The students will then work together to come up with two facts about the position.

Materials, Resources, and Technology

Community Noodle Potluck / Bring Your Own Noodles!

Both Everybody Cooks Rice and The Joy of Cooking by Norah Dooley have video adaptations available on YouTube.

Poster for Communities (if you want one)

A graphical organizer for the student’s local community.

Chart Illustration-friendly lined paper

Markers Colored pens, pencils, and crayons Internet-connected computer

Organizer chart for the law A Organizer for the Laws

Chart paper Fill out a legal form The Use of Dry-Erase Markers Pencils

Rules from the last class

Online-capable computer

My Grandma’s the Mayor, by Marjorie White Pellegrino, is a fictional account of a mayor’s life. A nonfiction work about the duties of a mayonnaise

Worksheet on the three branches of local government, from the previous unit on “Who Leads Our Country?” Author: Jacqueline Laks GormanChart paper

Sticky notes – 3 tiers of municipal governance planner diagram


Assessment will be informal; I will keep an eye on students throughout our class discussions and while they are working alone.

For this formal evaluation, students will write full sentences outlining the significance of two community services.

Students will fill in the blank: “The law is important because ______.”

Formal assessment:

Students will be graded formally on their ability to create a legislation in full sentences.

Formal assessment:

Students will complete the “Two things you know about a Mayor” worksheet, writing down and discussing with their neighbor two things they have learnt about the role of mayor.

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