Teach your grade 3 students all about Communities in Canada 1760-1850
Utilizing best practices in teaching and learning this unit will have you
⭐ easy to follow lesson plans that outline your prep, lesson, opportunities for assessment, accommodation and modification suggestions for IEP and ELL students
⭐ Background information for the teacher ( just in case you are not a science major and may need a refresher)
⭐ constructing a wonder wall to guide your students’ questions and learning
⭐ conduct knowledge building circles
⭐ gamify your classroom through escape learning games and role play
⭐ leveraging digital to conduct research using a curated source of student-friendly information
FAQ: More About This Product
♦ I’ve never made an inquiry. Will this be right for me?
Inquiry is more than a project. It is a way to leverage student voice and choice to engage and inspire deep learning. This unit and the other supports provided to you by Madly Learning will help you implement more inquiry-based teaching in your classroom. The lessons are clearly laid out and will help you transition from a traditional learning model to a more inquiry approach.
♦”Does this product align to my curriculum standards?
This unit is aligned with the Ontario curriculum and meets all of the expectations of the
♦ How do I use this product with my special education and English Language learners?
This is a hands-on unit and is easily differentiated to meet the needs of complex learners. Narrowing the focus to simply understanding the big ideas reduces the complexity of the activities in this unit while also allowing students to participate in modified activities at grade level for science. Many reading and research materials are available online and can be supported by using digital reading software. Because this unit is student-centred and inquiry-focused, it is easier to differentiate the content and product produced by the students by increasing or decreasing the complexity of level and depth of understanding.
Is this in French – No. Madly Learning does not produce products in French. (We have in the past, and it did not work). We are unable to ensure and maintain quality products in a language we do not speak. We do not intend to translate this or other products into French.