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Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
Welcome to my neighborhood!
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Welcome to my neighborhood!

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  • Won’t you be my, won’t you be my, won’t you be my neighbor?
  • Whole group lesson to demonstrate how to observe and compare the photographs.
  • Children will circle the objects in the photographs in red if they are the same; in green if they are different. They will complete the lesson at their tables with their own SEAC charts and drawing or writing at least two things from each photograph to compare. They will be able to choose one of the three slides to compare using the SEAC chart and red and green markers.
  • Children sort icons into appropriate categories to show which person contributed what. (trolley, dinosaur, television, steel industry, libraries, puppets,
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    • 1. Welcome to My Neighborhood!<br />Pittsburgh<br />
    • 2. Pittsburgh<br />Past<br />PRESENT<br /> Let’s Compare! <br />
    • 3. What do you see?<br /> Scan Examine Analyze Compare<br />
    • 4. Fifth Avenue<br />
    • 5. Smithfield Street Bridge<br />
    • 6. Post Office<br />
    • 7. Carnegie Library and Museum<br />
    • 8. Market Square<br />
    • 9. Videos and Audios<br />Andrew Carnegie<br /> Fred Rogers<br />
    • 10. What did Mr. Carnegie and Mr. Rogers contribute to Pittsburgh and the United States and the world?<br />Mr. Carnegie<br />Mr. Rogers<br />
    • 11. http://www.gpoaccess.gov/wcomp/v38no28.html<br />

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