Content Expectations: 1 - G2. Pages have the occasional crease, stray mark, and small tear. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Using a simple story, the teacher guides students in identifying specific ways in which a community can keep people safe. Schug, Social Studies Corporate 9780618830916 Get Textbooks New Textbooks Used Textbooks College Textbooks - GetTextbooks. Pages and cover are clean and intact.
Students are then introduced to a Venn Diagram and how it is used to make comparisons with a teacher demonstration. Using a large 3-column chart the teacher guides students in listing ways families meet their basic needs in the local community. This serves as a brief introduction to the concept which will covered in a later unit. Cortes, Cheryl Jennings, Mark C. Abstract: This lesson connects to Lesson One and the discussion of how people meet the basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, and a sense of belonging with their family and community. We know how overpriced books and textbooks can be so we ensure that students have access to those same books at affordable prices. This 2004 edition book is in good condition or better.
After brainstorming what makes a community, the teacher reads a book such as I Live in Brooklyn and students identify the characteristics of the community described in the book. Students begin to understand that people live in communities because communities help them meet these needs. Using a variety of resources, including photographs and illustrations from picture books, students then examine different kinds of communities and explore how communities differ in size and geography. About this Item: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2004. Finally, students complete a graphic organizer illustrating common characteristics of communities.
Students begin by classifying their own local community as a small town, a big city or a suburban community. The teacher then guides students in identifying another human need: the need to feel safe. As a culminating activity, students create a short book illustrating in words and pictures why people live in communities. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Finally, students review basic needs of people including food, clothing and shelter.
The class then compares the list from the book to the list they generated. This is a high quality used book that is ready for prompt shipment to any U. No excessive markings and minimal highlighting. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Social Studies montage of American icons. Houghton Mifflin Social Studies: Student Edition Grade 3 Communities 2008 by Houghton Mifflin Company Prepared For Publication By , Herman J.
English Language Arts Key Concepts: community, human characteristics of place, physical characteristics of place Abstract : In this lesson students explore different kinds of communities. . Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. Social Studies Communities Grade 3 by Houghton Mifflin is available now for quick shipment to any U. Over the years we have learned how to provide students with cheap prices on books with fast shipping. Content Expectations: 2 - G2.
English Language Arts Key Concepts: community, human characteristics of pl ace, location, physical characteristics of place, transportation Abstract: In this lesson students explore common characteristics of communities. Sign Up for Email Updates Social Studies. Copyright © 1999-2001 Houghton Mifflin Company. Just complete the checkout process for this book and it will be shipped to you for immediate use. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Students explore two reasons people live in a community and are introduced to the concept of government.
Unit Abstract: In this foundational unit students explore characteristics of communities, the reasons people live in communities, and different kinds of communities. Using photographs and illustrations from picture books, students identify human and physical characteristics of these three types of communities. We simply keep an inventory of nearly all books and textbooks and we ship them fast. Book is in Used-Good condition. Viola, Sara Witham Bednarz, Carlos E. Binding and cover solidly connected.
About this Item: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Then, with teacher guidance, students work with a partner to complete a Venn Diagram comparing two communities from the picture books the class has explored. English Language Arts Key Concepts: basic needs, family Abstract: In this lesson students review what they learned about families in grade one. Using a Venn Diagram, students identify similarities and differences between two communities. Students identify other needs that people have such as water, fun, love, etc. Finally, students begin to create a profile of their local community by gathering information from family members and friends about what makes their community special. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting.