What units do you teach throughout the year?

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  1. ZoomZoomZOOM

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    May 22, 2008

    My friend had emailed me a list - and I lost it. :( I remember it was something like, "Welcome back," "Farm Animals," "Apples," "Leaves," and had about 12 other things in the list.

    Help a girl out? :blush:
     
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    What grade will you be teaching? Are you looking for a specific subject area? It sounds like you might be wondering about science topics for younger grades, but I don't want to assume! :)
     
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    I'm not sure what grade yet. I'll be teaching kids with mod to severe disabilities and will most likely do units the entire year. When I student taught k-2, I was just there for 8 weeks. But I taught units on dinosaurs, weather, the rainforest, Earth Day (week), and Spring. Ilike having themes for some reason. :D
     
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    Maybe you could ask your district for a copy of the curriculum or some text books. It would give you a good starting point, and you could base your themes on that.
     
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    May 25, 2008

    community!

    I love teaching a unit on "community" complete with investigations about jobs and a bulletin board community outside in the hallway! :p It can be as simple or as complex as you need it to be.
     

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