1st Grade Historical Figures Positive Character Traits: Google Interactive

1st Grade Historical Figures Positive Character Traits: Google Interactive
1st Grade Historical Figures Positive Character Traits: Google Interactive
1st Grade Historical Figures Positive Character Traits: Google Interactive
1st Grade Historical Figures Positive Character Traits: Google Interactive
1st Grade Historical Figures Positive Character Traits: Google Interactive
1st Grade Historical Figures Positive Character Traits: Google Interactive
1st Grade Historical Figures Positive Character Traits: Google Interactive
1st Grade Historical Figures Positive Character Traits: Google Interactive
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Extensive ALL digital guided lesson for positive character traits of historical figures. Early elementary students can learn about historical figures and the positive character traits they possess.

The guided slides will begin with recognizing positive character traits in every day situations and self analysis, gathering information about key historical figures, moving towards guided practice identifying what positive traits the historical figures exhibit, and concluding with analyzing how they used the positive citizenship trait.

Slides include...
♦ 6 real life situations and self analysis
♦ Historical figures information slides for:
→ Benjamin Franklin
→ Thomas Jefferson
→ Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, & Sacagawea
→ Theodore Roosevelt
→ George Washington Carver
→ Ruby Bridges
♦ Determining Positive Character Traits for each historical figure listed above.

21 interactive student slides are included along with a teacher's guide and answer key.

Video Links provided for more information- NOT necessary for completion of slides. Links could be used for differentiation (5 youtube, 1 history.com).

The Positive Character Traits Interactive can be used as a guided practice, assessment, or culminating task.

Aligned to Georgia Standards of Excellence:
→ SS1CG1 Describe how the historical figures in SS1H1a display positive character traits such as: fairness, respect for others, respect for the environment, courage, equality, tolerance, perseverance, and commitment.
→ SS1H1 Read about and describe the life of historical figures in American history. a. Identify the contributions made by these figures: Benjamin Franklin (inventor/author/ statesman), Thomas Jefferson (Declaration of Independence), Meriwether Lewis and William Clark with Sacagawea (exploration), Theodore Roosevelt (National Parks and the environment), George Washington Carver (science), and Ruby Bridges (civil rights).

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21 interactive student slides
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3 days
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