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PK 1-2

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Oklahoma Academic Standard 1. The student will exhibit traits of good citizenship. 

Objective 1.2 Explain the need to respect the uniqueness of individuals in our class and community.

In a Nutshell

It is important for students to realize that all humans possess characteristics, skills, and abilities that make them unique. The study of similarities and differences among individuals provides the foundation for students to demonstrate an understanding of and respect for others.

Teacher Action 

Student Action 

  • Assist students in asking and responding to essential questions, such as “How do differences make people special?”

  • Provide opportunities for students to make connections between compelling and supporting questions which help answer essential questions regarding the need to respect individual uniqueness. 

  • Use graphic features in texts, including photographs and illustrations, to describe unique characteristics of individuals in the class and the community.

  • Draw or dictate a narrative with guidance and support related to experiences of unique individuals in the community. 

Key Concepts 

Misconceptions 

  • difference, respect, uniqueness  
  • Some students may possess opinions that differences in individuals implies strangeness or oddness, as opposed to focusing on the unique characteristics among individuals.

Instructional Resources

Access suggested instructional resources correlated to learning standard and objective.

 

 

 

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