Students brainstorm about possible questions to ask their international counterparts about daily routines, culture, family, school, etc.
Students compare and contrast own cultural experiences with those of their international counterparts.
Students will articulate thoughts and ideas clearly and effectively using written, oral and nonverbal communication skills.
Students will work with a peer and collaborate in communicating with their international counterpart.
Computer or iPads
Students will create a new and worthwhile idea/product.
Students will analyze the current state of supply and demand of certain products or services (on a small scale).
Students will collaborate to determine product/service demand.
Students will conduct web-based research to help them create and design their product/service.
Students communicate with members of their community to determine what kind of community projects are needed or how students can be a helpful citizen.
Students collaborate respectfully with peers to follow the steps of the election process.
Students access community service websites and use technology to research specific community service activities in their community to learn how they can participate and be helpful.
Students brainstorm ideas to formulate questions about a health topic of interest to ask a health care professional.
Students identify and ask significant questions about a health topic.
Students articulate thoughts and ideas orally and in written form.
Students work together to brainstorm and formulate questions about a health topic.
Students use recording devises and other technology to gather information and share information.
Students analyze and evaluate existing environmental laws in order to assess their effectivity and with the goal of creating their own environmental law.
Students use various types of reasoning to analyze existing environmental laws and to create their own.
Students articulate thoughts and ideas to create and present their environmental law.
Students work effectively in groups to research existing environmental laws and to create a new law.
Students use technology to conduct research about existing environmental laws and environmental issue that persist in their community.