Reflect why the use of each text structure, text feature and element of geography will help them as they navigate their way through social studies texts and topics
It is time to get those creative juices going again! Mrs. McBride is offering another opportunity to put your skills to work. Find out more details for this month’s challenge here – The Gummy Bear Challenge.
April is blue for respect.Respect is to show polite regard and consideration. Respect is a feeling of admiring someone or something that is good, valuable, and important and should be treated a certain way. Everyone deserves to be treated with respect. Cottage Lane’s book of the month, Pinduli, is a surprising story about self-image, self-acceptance, and treating others with respect. After reading, sharing and discussing this special book you will realize how a few tiny words – bad or good – can create something enormous! Do you think that by hurting someone else’s feelings it made the animals who made Pinduli feel bad, feel better about themselves? Additional Resources:
This month please practice respect toward others, adults and the Earth!
On Tuesday and Friday, please wear blue. As a school community, we are going to show our support for Autism Awareness and our monthly assembly, Respect! This is a great time to show respect for others and others diagnosed with Autism.
What else can you do? Please visit Mrs. McBride’s website for further details – Blue for Autism.
After discussing how women in America received the right to vote with 19th amendment. View this picture of women marching with the image of Malala. How does this compare to what we have learned about women’s rights? How is Malala as important as the women we discussed today? What does it say about equality in the world?
3. Supreme Court Case :In recent years, the Booneyville, New Jersey, public school district has established a dress code for their students. The Booneyille School District students must wear the school uniform. The students are not permitted to wear hats, “hoodies”, or sneakers in school. In 1996, then President Clinton, in his State of the Union address, supported school uniforms in public schools.
A student decides to take Booneyville School District to court stating “the dress code violates his/her 9th
Under the 9th Amendment – you are guaranteed all
rights not directly expressed in the Constitution.
Under the 10th Amendment – states are given all
rights not directly expressed under the Constitution
This case went before the Supreme Court who do you think the Supreme Court would side with the student or the school district? Why or why not? Explain your answer in 1 well written paragraph.