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    Grade 1 Inquiry Unit

    Being Responsible — Why do we need rules and responsibilities?

    Big Ideas
    • responsibility
    • creativity
    • self regulation
    • initiative
    Curriculum Connections
    • social studies (identity, rules, responsibilities with people, places, and events)

    Learning the reasons for rules and responsibilities can help students develop the skills they will need to become effective members of groups in society. When students are able to differentiate between times it is appropriate to act on personal choice or to follow established rules, they demonstrate initiative and self-regulation.


    Cover of Please Clean Up Your Room! Read Aloud – Please Clean Up Your Room!

    Fiction: Narrative – humorous story
    Focuses on the consequences of a young boys refusal to follow through with one of his household chores. The text promotes discussion about responsibilities and how family members need to work together to live in harmony.

    Partner-Shared Reading Texts

    The Read Aloud and Shared Reading texts present opportunities for students to explore how rights, responsibilities, and rules influence their daily lives. They will evaluate personal choices and realize the consequences of breaking rules or not following through on responsibilities.

    How Do Dinosaurs Go to School? How Do Dinosaurs Go to School?
    Non-fiction: Descriptive, Rhyming Questions
    • 1 Big Book
    • 6 small book versions

    Demonstrates how the choices an individual makes can affect the rights of others. In this case, dinosaur characters misbehave, disturb others, and do not follow school or classroom rules, creating chaotic situations.


    Cover of Stop at the Safety Village Stop at the Safety Village
    Non-fiction: Persuasive
    • 1 Big Poster
    • Digital version of poster on DVD

    Encourages discussion of community-based rules created for safety purposes.

    Cover of Being Responsible Audio CD Audio CD
    Audio CD with fluent readings of How Do Dinosaurs Go to School? and Stop at the Safety Village.

    Cover of Being Responsible DVD DVD
    DVD digital version of the poster, Stop at the Safety Village.


    Cover of Being Responsible Teaching Guide Teaching Guide — print and online

    Includes support for launching the inquiry, using the Read Aloud and Partnered-Shared texts, Working with Words, oral language development, and oral language assessment. Also included is a text-type writing study of a poster, assessment rubric for a poster, self-assessment, support for ELL, monitoring progress throughout the unit, and ideas for further inquiry and extending the inquiry.
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    434252495969006.000WPRDLSTYNNYYNNNNYYNNYSCHTM & C 2009 SCHOLASTIC Canada Ltd. 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When students are able to differentiate between times it is appropriate to act on personal choice or to follow established rules, they demonstrate initiative and self-regulation.</p> <hr color='#aaa' size='1'> <p class='text-headings' style='margin-bottom: 0px;'> <img src='https://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/lpey-2016-images/please-clean-up-your-room.png' style='float: left; margin-right: 10px;' alt='Cover of Please Clean Up Your Room!' /> Read Aloud &ndash; <span style='color: #5d1b6a; font-style: italic;'>Please Clean Up Your Room!</span></p> Fiction: Narrative &ndash; humorous story<br />Focuses on the consequences of a young boys refusal to follow through with one of his household chores. The text promotes discussion about responsibilities and how family members need to work together to live in harmony.<br clear='all' /><hr color='#aaa' size='1'> <p class='text-headings' style='margin-bottom: 10px;'>Partner-Shared Reading Texts</p> <p style='clear: both;'>The Read Aloud and Shared Reading texts present opportunities for students to explore how rights, responsibilities, and rules influence their daily lives. They will evaluate personal choices and realize the consequences of breaking rules or not following through on responsibilities.</p> <img src='https://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/lpey-2016-images/how-do-dinosaurs-go-to-school.png' style='float: left; margin-right: 10px;' alt='How Do Dinosaurs Go to School?' /> <span style='font-style: italic; font-weight: bold; color: #5d1b6a;'>How Do Dinosaurs Go to School?</span><br /> Non-fiction: Descriptive, Rhyming Questions<br /> <ul style='margin-left: 165px; margin-top: 0px;'> <li>1 Big Book</li> <li>6 small book versions</li> </ul> <p style='margin-left: 135px;'>Demonstrates how the choices an individual makes can affect the rights of others. In this case, dinosaur characters misbehave, disturb others, and do not follow school or classroom rules, creating chaotic situations.</p> <br clear='all' /> <img src='https://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/lpey-2016-images/stop-at-the-safety-village.png' style='float: left; margin-right: 10px;' alt='Cover of Stop at the Safety Village' /> <span style='font-style: italic; font-weight: bold; color: #5d1b6a;'>Stop at the Safety Village</span><br /> Non-fiction: Persuasive<br /> <ul style='margin-left: 165px; margin-top: 0px;'> <li>1 Big Poster</li> <li>Digital version of poster on DVD</li> </ul> <p style='margin-left: 135px;'>Encourages discussion of community-based rules created for safety purposes.</p> <p style='margin-top: 30px; margin-bottom: 40px;'> <img src='https://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/lpey-2016-images/being-responsible-cd.png' style='float: left; margin-right: 10px;' alt='Cover of Being Responsible Audio CD' /> <b>Audio CD</b><br /> Audio CD with fluent readings of <i>How Do Dinosaurs Go to School?</i> and <i>Stop at the Safety Village</i>.</p> <p style='margin-top: 30px; margin-bottom: 40px;'> <img src='https://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/lpey-2016-images/being-responsible-dvd.png' style='float: left; margin-right: 10px;' alt='Cover of Being Responsible DVD' /> <b>DVD</b><br /> DVD digital version of the poster, <i>Stop at the Safety Village</i>.</p> <hr color='#aaa' size='1'> <p class='text-headings' style='margin-bottom: 0px;'> <img src='https://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/lpey-2016-images/being-responsible-tg.png' style='float: right; margin-left: 10px;' alt='Cover of Being Responsible Teaching Guide' /> Teaching Guide &mdash; print and online</p>Includes support for launching the inquiry, using the Read Aloud and Partnered-Shared texts, Working with Words, oral language development, and oral language assessment. Also included is a text-type writing study of a poster, assessment rubric for a poster, self-assessment, support for ELL, monitoring progress throughout the unit, and ideas for further inquiry and extending the inquiry.</div>
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