P.O. Box 7, Site 4
St. George, NF.
Tele: (709) 647-3593
Fax: (709) 647-3593
||Three and Four
|Number of Students:
|Project Start and
||November 26 to
December 19, 1998
This topic allows students to explore a remote concept
where they are constantly invited to ask new questions
and find new answers. They anticipate wonder, and search
as they explore the topic in detail. They will develop
skills through centers where computers, e.g. the
Internet, will be a major source.
Main Curriculum Areas
- Language Arts
- Social Studies
School Curriculum Areas
- Integration of subject areas.
- Taking into consideration individual Learning
- Designing student centered instruction.
- Using computer technology in the instructional
Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO's)
- Be aware of the features and elements that
contribute to story structure.
- Become aware of the special vocabulary and
concepts that relate to a particular time and
- Will be provided with varied models of language
- Will be provided with language experience,
reading component, and instructional component.
- Will build an increasing knowledge of spelling,
punctuation, and capitalization within the
concept of their language experience.
- Will explore the meanings of words and concepts,
sentence structure and letter sound relations.
- Will be exposed to a classroom and school
environment rich in learning experiences and
print which will encourage them and motivate them
to use and produce language.
- Will become familiar with life in the middle
ages, through research of this period.
- Will learn about the different types of armor
worn by a knight.
- Will gain map skills in following directions.
- Will be able to collaborate in the research
processes of collecting, organizing and
presenting information. (By use of the Internet).
- Extensive supply of information books.
- Work Samples (Creative Writing).
- Written Tests.
- Oral Quiz.