The students attending this course will have set
curriculum framed questions that they will be able to
answer after learning about U.S. History in this course.
Why is Freedom Important?
What were the good and bad outcomes of World War I
How Did America come to be?
Who Freed the slaves?
What was the Indian War? 2
In this unit students will learn
about the history of the United
States. This course takes
students from the arrival of the
first people in North America and
through the Civil War.
Students will be given
lessons that integrate topics in
geography, civics, and
economics. The will be taught to
use tools to better prepare them
for technology use later in life.3
A teacher carries a big
responsibility in her classroom. The
role of an elementary teacher is to
provide early guidance in the
educational development of young
The teacher must develop and
manage an approved curriculum.
That will measure the students
It is expected of a teacher to also
keep parents informed of
achievements and behavioral
problems that their children may
Students will be responsible for
designing, and performing a
historical reenactment. That
includes but is not limited to the
following areas of interest:
historical timeline and historical
holiday and events. Each student
will have a job to perform a role in
the play. This play will be
performed for all parents and staff.
Volunteers are always welcome in
our classroom. Please consider
helping in any number of ways
(guest speaker, gathering
resources, photography, and etc.). 5
Students will be able to learn
planning and group skills through
out this unit. Students will be
taught U.S. History.
After completing this course
should fully understand the
becoming of the U.S. and its
historical holidays meanings.
Students should also have
acquired a responsibility and
individual independence to
1) Students will compare families of today with families of the past in relation
to work, home, and school.
- present-one or both parents working outside the home, families sharing
household responsibilities, students having choices of transportation;
- past-parents working together on family-owned farms, family
responsibilities assigned by gender, students walking to school
2) Students will discuss rights and responsibilities of individuals in relation to
different social groups, including family, peer group, and classmates.
• Explaining the importance of manners and social etiquette
• Explaining the necessity for rules and laws and consequences of failing to
3) Students will describe ways people celebrate their diverse cultural
Examples: literature, language, games, songs, dances, holidays 7
The students in this course will be taught using project
based learning activities and lesson plans.
PBL is a educational system which is more devoted
towards the students. It’s a program that is not just
based open what needs to be learned, considering the
school curriculum, but rather how much can be learned
while trying to achieve what needs to be learned.
PBL is a more broad system of learning that actually
engages the students in what their learning instead of
the usual basic classroom learning that just involves
Project based learning teaches students how to relate
learning to real life situations through the use of hands