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1 EIC: 12 th Grade Service Learning Projects

2 Service Learning Now that you have completed your research and written your reports, you need to think about how to communicate and share what you've learned with the community and school. You will share your knowledge through a service learning project. What is Service Learning? Watch this video to find out:

3 AssignmentDetailsDue Date Total points possible Service Learning Notebook Students will write 5 notebook entries, completing at least 1 per week for the first 5 weeks. These entries will form a rough draft for the final paper. Each entry is due 2 points out of the total 10. #1 Due: January 23 rd #2 Due: February 6 th #3 Due: February 20 th #4 Due: March 13 th #5 Due: March 20 th 10 points Service Learning Event Each class will plan and implement a service learning event, and each student will receive a grade based on his or her role in the event. Students are expected to be in class and on task throughout the semester. Service Learning Event Plan PPT Presentation Due: February 4 th 65 points (10pts daily participation) (5pts SL Plan Presentation) (30pts SL Event) (20pts Final Presentation) Service Learning Research Paper At the completion of the service learning event, students will review their success and the data they collected. They will compile and analyze their work in this paper. Students will also complete a Community Service Hours Form. Thursday, May 125 points Spring Semeste r EIC Grades

4 Wee k DatesField Trips ActivitiesGrades 1January 21, 23 Go over this semester’s activities and schedule and review the concept of service learning. (See website for PPT) Divide students into groups. Using the Service Learning Planning Tool, each group will create an outline for a possible service learning event. These group plans will be presented on February the 4 th in PPT form. notebook entry #1 2 pts 2February 4,6 Service Learning event plans presented in PPT form today. Students will vote on which plan they would like to implement. * Teacher has final approval over the project Continue planning your service learning event Focus on your community partner – what do you know about your partner, how will you form a relationship with your partner, how can you assess and meet your partner’s needs Contact your community partner (if you have not already) Submit a bus requisition form if you are planning a field trip Begin planning your service learning event – give students a calendar or table so they can plan out what they need to do on each EIC date notebook entry #2 2 pts Participation: 2pts EIC January- February Calendar and Service Learning Checklist

5 Service Learning Planning Your class is going to develop a community service project that will allow you to learn while serving the community. That's right! The plans you develop during the next few EIC classes will determine what you will be doing this semester. Today, you will vote for 5 class leaders based on the quality of their Social Investigation project. These five students will become the group leaders for the next planning step of the Service Learning Project.

6 Service Learning Planning After students are divided into 5 groups, each group will begin brainstorming and create an outline for a possible service learning event using the Service Learning Planning Tool PDF (see website). These group plans will be presented on Tuesday, February the 4th in PPT form. Students will vote on which plan they would like to implement for the rest of the semester. * Please note that your teacher has final approval over the project

7 Service Learning Notebook Entries Each week you will write 1 notebook entry, completing 1 per week for the first 5 weeks. These entries will form a rough draft for the final paper. Each entry due is worth 2 points out of the total 10. The due dates are as follows: #1 Due: January 23rd #2 Due: February 6th #3 Due: February 20th #4 Due: March 13th #5 Due: March 20th

8 1. What is service learning? Define service learning Explain why service learning is different from community service and/or volunteer work Explain how your class project fits the definition of service learning 2. Who is your community partner? Identify and describe your community partner What are your partner’s needs? (Specifically, why do you think they needed your help, assistance, or guidance?) How did you determine your partner’s needs? Is your knowledge based on information, experience, or your opinions? How will your project assess your partner’s needs? 3. What are your goals for your service learning project? What are the class’s goals for the project? How will the project benefit your community partner? How will the project benefit you? What is your specific role in the project? Describe your individual goals 4.How can we identify change and growth in our community partner? How is growth measured in school? What growth or improvements are you hoping to achieve with your project? How can you establish a baseline to measure growth (pre-assessment)? How will you measure any growth created by your service learning event? 5. Post-Event Reflection Describe the event in detail Did the event meet your expectations? Explain What data did you collect from the event to measure growth? If you were going to do the entire project over again, what would you change? How could you improve? What is your advice for next year’s seniors as they develop and implement a service learning plan? see website for handout

9 Sample Service Learning Lesson Plans: Environmental Legacy: us/careers/leaf/resources-for-teachers/leaf-anthology- lesson-environmental-legacy-project.xmlhttp://www.nature.org/about- us/careers/leaf/resources-for-teachers/leaf-anthology- lesson-environmental-legacy-project.xml Environmental Justice: us/careers/leaf/resources-for-teachers/leaf-anthology- lesson-environmental-justice.xmlhttp://www.nature.org/about- us/careers/leaf/resources-for-teachers/leaf-anthology- lesson-environmental-justice.xml Food Deserts: us/careers/leaf/resources-for-teachers/leaf-anthology- lesson-food-deserts.xmlhttp://www.nature.org/about- us/careers/leaf/resources-for-teachers/leaf-anthology- lesson-food-deserts.xml Perception of Place/Sustainability: teachers/leaf-anthology-lesson-perception-of-place.xml teachers/leaf-anthology-lesson-perception-of-place.xml

10 More Sample Service Learning Lesson Plans : Urban Planning: us/careers/leaf/resources-for-teachers/leaf-anthology-lesson- progressive-city-planners.xmlhttp://www.nature.org/about- us/careers/leaf/resources-for-teachers/leaf-anthology-lesson- progressive-city-planners.xml Cities of Today/Sustainability: us/careers/leaf/resources-for-teachers/leaf-anthology-lesson-cities- of-today.xmlhttp://www.nature.org/about- us/careers/leaf/resources-for-teachers/leaf-anthology-lesson-cities- of-today.xml Urban Runoff: us/careers/leaf/resources-for-teachers/leaf-anthology-lesson- urban-runoff.xmlhttp://www.nature.org/about- us/careers/leaf/resources-for-teachers/leaf-anthology-lesson- urban-runoff.xml Oral Histories: Food: teachers/leaf-anthology-lesson-two-bucket-garden.xmlhttp://www.nature.org/about-us/careers/leaf/resources-for- teachers/leaf-anthology-lesson-two-bucket-garden.xml

11 WeekDatesField TripsActivitiesGrades 3 February 18,20 Note: Some groups may be having their service learning events this week Discuss and set goals for your service learning event notebook entry #3 2 pts Participation: 2pts 4 March 11,13 Note: Some groups may be having their service learning events this week Decide how to identify growth during your service learning event notebook entry #4 2 pts Participation: 2pts 5 March 18, 20 (GHSGT testing) Note: Some groups may be having their service learning events this week notebook entry #5 2 pts Participation: 2pts Service Learning Event: 30pts EIC February- March Calendar and Service Learning Checklist

12 EIC January- Febuary Calendar and Service Learning Checklist EIC focusDeliverable Points Possible Oct. 29 Social Investigation Introduce Social Investigation project and topic. Go over the project guidelines and expectations. Students should begin brainstorming a list of esearch questions and begin drafting a thesis statement Students need help getting started? Use the "Research Procedures and Models" pdf located on the website documents page along with additional research tools. Three possible research questions and thesis rough draft. 5 Oct. 31 Social Investigation Students should write their final research question, their thesis statement, and write a research plan for their project. Students should begin research. Research question, thesis statement, and research plan – final version 5 Nov. 12Social Investigation Students should continue researching and working on their social studies fair projects. They should have research notes from a minimum of 3 sources by the end of the class Research notes5

13 Website Be sure to check the website for a resources and links document that can help you complete your projects. https://sites.google.com/site/amhseic12/


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