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Grade 1 Teaching Guides (Catch-up Fridays): PEACE AND VALUES EDUCATION | February 16, 2024

Grade 1 Teaching Guides: Community Awareness (Catch Up Fridays)

FEBRUARY 16, 2024

PEACE AND VALUES EDUCATION
  • Quarter 3 Theme: Community Awareness
  • Sub Theme: Respect: Relating with neighbors

Lesson Proper

Introduction (5 minutes): 

Start the lesson by discussing the concept of community and the importance of being aware of our surroundings. Ask students what they know about their community and neighbors.

Next, you can engage the students in a brief discussion about the various aspects that make up a community. Encourage them to share their experiences and opinions on how they can contribute to building a stronger, more connected community. This can include talking about local events, important landmarks, and the diversity of people that make up their neighborhood.

Afterward, you can delve into the importance of being aware of our surroundings and the impact it can have on fostering a sense of belonging and safety within the community. Encourage students to think about ways they can be more observant and proactive in creating a positive environment for themselves and others.

By fostering a sense of community awareness and connection, students can develop a greater appreciation for the world around them and become more engaged citizens within their neighborhoods. This lesson sets the foundation for building empathy, understanding, and a strong sense of community spirit among students.

Icebreaker Activity (10 minutes):

Have students sit in a circle and share one thing they like about their neighborhood or one nice thing they did for a neighbor. This will help create a positive and inclusive atmosphere.

Following this sharing session, you can encourage students to engage in a brief discussion about the importance of community and kindness. This activity not only helps students get to know each other better but also reinforces the values of empathy and connection within their neighborhood. By fostering a sense of camaraderie and goodwill, students can learn to appreciate the beauty and strength of their local community. Let's continue to build a supportive and caring environment together!

Multimedia Exploration (8 minutes): 

Show a short video or series of images depicting different aspects of a community and the role of neighbors within it. This can include scenes of people helping each other, sharing resources, or working together.

As the images flash across the screen, we are transported into a world where community bonds are strong and neighbors are like family. We see acts of kindness and compassion unfold before our eyes - a neighbor lending a helping hand to carry groceries, a group coming together to clean up a park, and children playing happily in the streets.

Through these visuals, we are reminded of the power of unity and connection within a community. The importance of looking out for one another, sharing resources, and working together towards common goals becomes crystal clear. It is a beautiful tapestry of humanity, woven together by the threads of empathy and cooperation.

As the video comes to an end, we are left with a sense of warmth and inspiration. The message is clear: when neighbors come together, amazing things can happen. Let this be a reminder to us all to cherish and nurture the bonds we share with those around us, for it is in these connections that true magic lies.

Small Group Discussion (8 minutes): 

Divide students into small groups and ask them to discuss what they learned from the multimedia exploration. Encourage them to share their thoughts on the importance of being a good neighbor and how they can contribute positively to their community.

Group Presentation (5 minutes per group): 

Each group presents their key takeaways from the discussion. This allows students to practice their communication skills and learn from their peers.

Class Reflection (2 minutes):

Lead a brief class discussion reflecting on the group presentations. Ask students to share one new thing they learned about being a good neighbor.

Conclusion and Homework Assignment (2 minutes): 

Summarize the lesson by emphasizing the importance of community awareness and being a good neighbor. Assign homework that involves students talking to a neighbor or family member about their experiences in the community.

Reading Enhancement Activity (select one per group):

Picture-Word Association: 

Provide students with pictures of community helpers and ask them to match the pictures with the corresponding words.

Talking Pictures: 

Show students a picture of a community scene and ask them to describe what they see using vocabulary related to neighbors and community.

By incorporating these activities, students will not only learn about the significance of community awareness and being good neighbors but also enhance their reading and communication skills in an engaging and interactive manner.

Grade 1 Teaching Guides (Catch-up Fridays): PEACE AND VALUES EDUCATION | February 16, 2024
 Grade 1 Teaching Guides (Catch-up Fridays): PEACE AND VALUES EDUCATION | February 16, 2024 

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