Civics/Government: Day One
Many people know the monuments and symbols that make up our American Democracy, but not too many people know much about them. After your research, we will have a more formative list to present to others that will teach them about each of those symbols. They will know where they are located, who built them, and why they were built. You also, will have a better understanding of why we chose those symbols to represent America.
American History: Day Two
After completing this assignment you will have a better idea on why someone wanted a a great American hero to die. Perhaps you will have a stronger admiration for a man that stood up for others when they were not strong enough to do so for themselves. You will gained an idea on what drives a person to do an unspeakable thing to another person. And you might be able to provide a new and interesting perspective on why what happened did.
World History: Day Three
After completing this assignment you will have a better understanding of how vital of a role the United Nations plays in keeping people safe. They are always working to keep people safe and improve the quality of life of those who are forgotten in rough countries. The U.N. serves a role as peacekeepers, trying to keep countries at bay and not go to war.
Economics: Day Four
I hope everyone had a great time learning about our community helpers and how important of a job they do everyday for us, whether we realize it or not. Several of them risk their lives for us everyday and we donít even notice it. We have great people all around us and hopefully we will have a better understanding of how great they are.
It is my hope that, we would be able to have community helpers come in and talk with the students about what they do; this way the students could have a real life view of what they do and look like.
Geography: Day Five
I hope you all had a great time on our voyage into space and have learned more about our planet as well as others in our solar system. There is a lot to learn and more questions that remain unanswered.