French Immersion Grade One Social Studies Unit. Our Changing Roles and Responsibilities meant to complement your SS unit.
*Updated to make it easier for grade 1 FI students*
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The presentation is a PDF document but can be played as a slideshow for presentation.
Over 75 pages of lessons and activities
This unit hits all of the new Ontario Social Studies Curriculum expectations but would benefit from personalized instruction.
Lessons contains learning goals, discussion questions, role-play activity, worksheets, and review.
Lesson One My Role at Home and School
Learning Goal: I can compare my responsibilities at home to my responsibilities at school.
Activity: Graphic Organizer-cut and paste responsibilities to match role.
Lesson Two Events in my Life
Learning Goal: I can identify an important event in my life.
Activity: Graphic Organizer “Draw an important event from your life and tell me about it”
Lesson Three I Can Make a Difference (How my Actions Matter)
Learning Goal: I can identify how my actions affect others
Activity: Role Play with 3
Lesson Four Special People in my Life
Learning Goal: I can identify special people in my life.
Activity: Special People Pizza Graphic Organizer
Lesson Five Special Places in my Life
Learning Goal: I can identify special places in my life.
Activity: My Special Places Map
Lesson Six My Relationships
Learning Goal: I can identify the relationship that are important to me.
Activity: Graphic Organizer: draw important people and label
Lesson Seven Treating Others with Respect
Learning Goal: I can identify how to treat others with respect.
Activity:Respectful Behaviour Word Search
Lesson Eight Treating the Environment with Respect
Learning Goal: I can identify how to treat the environment with respect.
Activity: Respecting the Environment Posters
Lesson Nine Culminating Activity: An Important Person in my Life Oral Presentation
With this project, students get to research an important person in their life and the many roles they play. There are parent handouts, rough drafts, self-evaluations and rubrics to work on at home and school.
Each lesson can be done over the course a week