Goals & Objectives
- Engage students in innovative practices that integrate inquiry andplace-based learning, higher order thinking skills,community resources, and the use of supportive technologies in the context of core academic subjects.
- Instill in young people that historical figures were, in fact, living, breathing human beings who started their lives just like them.
- Students will use primary sources to investigate life in their community in 1883
- Students will describe the cultural traditions and contributions of the people of the Missoula Valley.
will share their learning with other students and members of the community
through digital storytelling.
- Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of text
- Determine the main idea and key details
- Describe the relationship between a series of historical events in a text
- Use text features and search tools to locate information efficiently.
- Use information gained from graphics to demonstrate understanding of the text
- Write informative and narrative texts
- Use technology to produce and publish writing, interact and collaborate with others.
- Conduct short research projects that build knowledge about a topic.
- Take notes on experiences, print and digital sources
- Report on a topic, tell a story, or recount an experience with appropriate facts and relevant, descriptive details, speaking clearly at an understandable pace.