We also had our student teacher Sikwani Dana who is Penobscot speak to students about how Native people would have likely viewed the demarcation of artificial boundaries and ownership of the land.
What is going on in these pictures?
What do you see that makes you say that?
What else do you see?
From Who’s Belong Here?
Peanuts,peppers, corn and squash are among America’s native foods. Bagels, tortillas, olive oil and potatoes are some of the many foods brought to the US from other countries.
Thanks to Brenda Mullin the Garrett Schenck Community created their own Talking Wall…..of THANKS! Happy Thanksgiving to all!
Thanks to the 5th graders and their teachers for presenting content VTS to the RSU74 School Board. As I told the teachers in the staff workshop and then the students in three schools that VTS is a pre -reading, vocabulary, conversation based strategy that works across the curriculum. All you need to get started is a picture and three questions !
Good images for VTS!
1.What’s going on in this picture?
2. What do you see that makes you say that?
3. What else do you see?
“Africa is not a Country” celebrates the extraordinary diversity of this vibrant continent as experienced by children at home, at school, at work, and at play.