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Diversity Integrated

Lesson: AccessABILITY - Dr. Connie Craven
Subject Area: Diversity, Art, Communications and Physical Education
Grade level:Elementary (Grades 2-4)
Length of Lesson: 80 to 320 minutes
Objectives:In this lesson the teacher will develop explanations of certain disabilities represented by children with disabling conditions in the class. Once the approval and help of the children with disabilities and their families is obtained...

The Mighty Oak - Dr. Connie Craven
Subject Area: Diversity Integrated with Science and Art
Grade level: K-1, and 3
Length of Lesson: 30-165 minutes
Objectives:This lesson will utilize an original story to dramatize that differences in physical traits do not change important characteristics dealing with feelings, needs, worth, and qualities that make us who we are. Through questioning, summarization, and other activities, diversity will be treated...

Project Students L.E.A.D.: The Mosaic School - Dr. Connie Craven
Subject Area: Multicultural Instruction, Integrated Themes in Language Arts, Social Studies, Art, Music
Grade level: Elementary to Middle School (Grades 3-6)
Length of Lesson: 20 hours, (1200 minutes) over a period of five weeks.
Objectives:This integrated unit will: Help children develop ideas about themselves and others that are positive and draw on cultural contributions, Create conditions under which children learn about their families and heritage to develop a better understanding of...


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