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5th Grade 21st Century Learners

Participating in Digital Communities | Teaching Tolerance

This lesson aims to help students learn to safely and respectfully participate in different kinds of digital communities, therefore, teaching students global citizenship.

Persuade with Emotional Appeals | Creative Educator

In this lesson, students will build persuasive writing skills and media literacy as they explore techniques of propaganda to develop commercials that persuade viewers. This lesson also helps students build their communication skills.

Private and Personal Information (3-5) | Common Sense Education

Comprehensive resources including lesson plans, digital games, assessments, professional development for teachers, and family education materials to teach students safe and responsible technology use. This digital literacy lesson focuses on teaching students how to protect their information online.

What's Cyberbullying? (3-5) | Common Sense Education

This emotional intelligence lesson focuses on teaching students how to recognize cyberbullying, empathize with victims of cyberbullying, as well as strategies to deal with cyberbullies.

Sample Project: Healthy Choices = Long Life! | Project Based Learning | BIE

In this lesson, students will work in groups of four to create a product that informs the public about the dangers of poor nutrition and fitness. The students will have to utilize teamwork and problem solving skills in this lesson.

Kindred (Family Histories) - iEARN-USA

In this lesson, students will work in teams to research and locate materials to use in a project designed to help students understand the depth and breadth of the concept of time. Students will independently interview family members to create a timeline of significant events in their family history. Digital skills utilized in this lesson are leadership, problem solving, and teamwork.

Community Photojournalists | PBLU.org | Making Projects Click

This lesson requires students to become photojournalists. Students will work in teams to create a story that tells community-based stories. Students have the opportunities to be editors and interviewers. They will also photograph community members, create their stories, and publish them,. Students will develop the following digital skills: leadership, problem solving, teamwork, emotional intelligence, and communication.

In this lesson, students build their entrepreneurial skills by starting and operating their very own business: A Lemonade Stand. Students will conduct research, develop a business plan, and register for National Lemonade Day.