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C ommitted to empowering learners of all ages to take an active role in improving their communities © Copyright IGESL – All rights reserved Making Meaningful Connections to Curriculum
© Copyright IGESL – All rights reserved Curriculum Integration Options Individual Teachers Teams of Teachers Single grade, single subject Single grade, all subjects School wide theme, single subject area School wide theme, all subject areas K through 12 single subject area K through 12 district wide
© Copyright IGESL – All rights reserved Making A Connection Match the Service Cards with the Learning Cards
© Copyright IGESL – All rights reserved Making It Meaningful Means Going Deeper
© Copyright IGESL – All rights reserved Where do You Start? START WITH THE LEARNING CONNECT TO THE SERVICE START WITH THE SERVICE CONNECT TO THE LEARNING
© Copyright IGESL – All rights reserved Start With the Service When starting with the service focus is on the selection of the service project first. After the project has been selected, decide what curricular objectives can be taught or are linked to the service.
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© Copyright IGESL – All rights reserved English/Language Arts: Math: Science: Social Studies: Art/Theater: Computers/Tech nology: Select a Project Music: Health/Phys. Ed.: Marketing/Business: ©Institute for Global Education & Service Learning, Levittown PA Curriculum Web
© Copyright IGESL – All rights reserved Start With the Learning When starting with the learning focus is on the curricular objectives that need to be addressed. Using curricular objectives, identify what service project lends itself to the use of this knowledge or these skills.
© Copyright IGESL – All rights reserved 4 Minute Challenge Who or what could students teach to others? What product or performance could students create? What service could students provide to others? - Tutor younger students - Write books for Head Start children - Write and perform skits about illiteracy - Create a book pal club to encourage slower learners in reading - Set up childrens library at a shelter English - Reading
© Copyright IGESL – All rights reserved Who or what could students teach to others? What product or performance could students create? What service could students provide to others? 4 Minute Challenge Write an objective, topic, or subject you want your students to learn.
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© Copyright IGESL – All rights reserved To learn more visit : National Service Learning Clearinghouse www.servicelearning.org Or Contact: Joan Liptrot Jliptrot@igesl.org www.igesl.org
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