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Teaching Standard

Second Grade
EL.2.7.1 2006

EL.2.7.10 2006

EL.2.7.12 2006 EL.2.7.14 2006 EL.2.7.7 2006

Third Grade
EL.3.7.14 2006
EL.3.7.16 2006

EL.3.7.5 2006

Definition

Comprehension: Determine the purpose or purposes of listening (such as to obtain information, to solve problems, or to enjoy humor). Speaking Applications: Recount experiences or present stories that: move through a logical sequence of events (chronological order, order of importance, spatial order). describe story elements, including characters, plot, and setting. Use descriptive words when speaking about people, places, things, and events. Provide descriptions with careful attention to sensory detail. Tell experiences in a logical order (chronological order, order of importance, spatial order).

Students are actively engaged in exploring how the world works. They explore, observe, count, collect, measure, compare, and ask questions. They discuss observations and use tools to seek answers and solve problems. They share their findings.

Make descriptive presentations that use concrete sensory details to set forth and support unified impressions of people, places, things, or experiences. Evaluate different evidence (facts, statistics, quotes, testimonials) used to support claims.

Organization and Delivery of Oral Communication: Organize ideas chronologically (in the order that they happened) or around major points of information.

Garfield Park - Possible Connections

Student can take a tour of the Sunken Gardens and Conservatory. Recount fact that they learned, answer questioners, and recall the experience at Garfield Park Students can take a fieldtrip to Garfield Park, follow an itinerary of activities. Afterwards the students can explain what they did through out the day in chronological order. Students can learn facts about Garfield Park, and gather information to present at the end of class Students can learn facts about Garfield Park, and gather information to present at the end of class Students can take a fieldtrip to Garfield Park, follow an itinerary of activities. Afterwards the students can explain what they did through out the day in chronological order. Student can do the scavenger hunt at Garfield Park, and ask question about historical significance of each point of interest

Students can learn facts about Garfield Park, and gather information to present at the end of class Students can learn facts about Garfield Park, and gather information at the Garfield Park Library Branch to present at the end of class Students can take a fieldtrip to Garfield Park, follow an itinerary of activities. Afterwards the students can explain what they did through out the day in chronological order.

Teaching Standard

Definition

Second Grade
SS.2.1 2007 - History
Students will differentiate between events that happened in the past and recently, recognize examples of continuity and change in local and regional communities, and consider ways that people and events of the past and present influence their lives. Explain changes in daily life in the community over time using maps, photographs, news stories, Web sites or video images. Example: Changes in architecture, business/industry, transportation, community buildings, work and use of leisure time Chronological Thinking, Historical Comprehension, Research: Develop a simple timeline of important events in the history of the school and/or community.

SS.2.1.2 2007

SS.2.1.5 2007

Third Grade
SS.3.1 2007 - History Students will describe how significant people, events and developments have shaped their own community and region; compare their community to other communities in the region in other times and places; and use a variety of resources to gather information about the past.

SS.3.1.5 2007

Chronological Thinking, Historical Comprehension, Analysis and Interpretation, Research: Create simple timelines that identify important events in various regions of the state.

Garfield Park - Possible Connections

Using the historical sites around Garfield Park, students can records historic events locally, how they impacted Indiana development, and use resources from the Garfield Park Library Using the historical sites around Garfield Park, students can records historic events locally, how they impacted Indiana development, and use resources from the Garfield Park Library Using the historical sites around Garfield Park, students can records historic events locally, crest a chronological time line of historic events trough out the park and research how they impacted Indiana development, and use resources from the Garfield Park Library

Using the historical sites around Garfield Park, students can records historic events locally, create a chronological time line of historic events trough out the park and research how they impacted Indiana development, and use resources from the Garfield Park Library Using the historical sites around Garfield Park, students can records historic events locally, create a chronological time line of historic events trough out the park and research how they impacted Indiana development, and use resources from the Garfield Park Library

Teaching Standard

Second Grade
SC.2.1 2000 - The Nature of Science and Technology

SCI.2.2.5 2010

SC.2.3 2000 - The Physical Setting

SCI.2.3 2010 - Life Science

SCI.2.3.1 2010

SCI.2.3.2 2010

SC.2.4 2000 - The Living Environment

Third Grade
SCI.3.2 2010 - Earth Science

SCI.3.2.1 2010

SCI.3.2.5 2010

SCI.3.3 2010 - Life Science

SCI.3.3.1 2010

SCI.3.3.2 2010

Definition

Students are actively engaged in exploring how the world works. They explore, observe, count, collect, measure, compare, and ask questions. They discuss observations and use tools to seek answers and solve problems. They share their findings. Ask questions and design class investigations on the effect of the sun heating the surface of the earth. Students investigate, describe, and discuss their natural surroundings. They wonder why things move and change.

Observe, ask questions about and describe how organisms change their forms and behaviors during their life cycles.

Observe closely over a period of time and then record in pictures and words the changes in plants and animals throughout their life cycles-including details of their body plan, structure and timing of growth, reproduction and death. Compare and contrast details of body plans and structures within the life cycles of plants and animals. Students ask questions about a variety of living things and everyday events that can be answered through observations. They consider things and processes that plants and animals need to stay alive. Students begin to understand plant and animal interaction.

Observe, describe and identify rocks and minerals by their specific properties. Observe and describe how natural materials meet the needs of plants and animals (including humans).

Examine the physical properties of rock samples and sort them into categories based on size using simple tools such as sieves.

Describe natural materials and give examples of how they sustain the lives of plants and animals. Observe, describe and ask questions about plant growth and development.

Identify the common structures of a plant including its roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruits and seeds. Describe their functions. Investigate plant growth over time, take measurements in SI units, record the data and display the data in graphs. Examine factors that might influence plant growth.

Garfield Park - Possible Connections

Students can discover a wide range of wild life trough out the park, experience nature walks, collect different plants and rocks. As well as tour the conservatory and gather information. Student can visit the Conservatory and learn how a green house operates, works, and the significance of sunlight to a green house. students can visit different sites around the park and record questions about how the natural world affects the environment of the park students can visit different sites around the park and record questions, and observations of how life changes in the park i.e. wild life, plants, insects, etc.

Student can visit the Conservatory and record the different plans, inside the Conservatory as well as through out the park. students can visit different sites around the park and record questions, and observations of how life changes in the park i.e. wild life, plants, insects, etc.

Students can discover a wide range of wild life trough out the park, experience nature walks, collect different plants and rocks. As well as tour the conservatory and gather information at the Garfield Library. Students can discover a wide range of wild life trough out the park, experience nature walks, collect different plants and rocks. As well as tour the conservatory and gather information at the Garfield Library. Student can visit the Conservatory and record the different plans, inside the Conservatory as well as through out the park. Student can visit the Conservatory and record the different plans, inside the Conservatory as well as through out the park.

Student can visit the Conservatory and record the different plans, inside the Conservatory as well as through out the park. Student can visit the Conservatory and record the different plans, inside the Conservatory as well as through out the park. As well as ask question about plant growth and development