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21st Century 4th Grade Learners

This is a list of lesson plans to use for the 8 Skills needed to help 21st Century learners.

Principals for Sailing, Elementary Leadership Guide by Sheena Newman

*Commentary from seller (This is one lesson in a series of nine leadership lessons for elementary students (grades 3-5). This curriculum serves as a framework for teaching practical leadership skills through the interactive lessons. Each lesson comes with the following components: -digital copy of the full color)
*This includes lesson 1 is "I am the Captain of My Own Ship" meaning I am responsible for me, and my actions.

Media Literacy - Control With Cable

This site can be used to tell students to explore words related to digital citizenship. Students are given questions to digital citizenship, and are given a list of resources to visit other sites.

This site specifies that the lesson is for 6th-12th grade, but the lesson plan still applies to 4th grade. This lesson plan teaches the importance of communication through online usage, as well as in future jobs.

Emotional Intelligence Lesson Plan for Elementary School | Study.com

Emotional intelligence is a skill that can develop and grow. This lesson plan gives you games and activities to do to strengthen emotional.
*This lesson plan incorporates a great book for elementary students, to help explain emotional intelligence.

This lesson is great to teach students about entrepreneurship. The students will understand the definitions, traits, and also be able to discuss different entrepreneurs.

This is a great lesson plan in relation to global citizenship, using the World Cup theme.

This is a great lesson to teach the importance of team building, and the importance of being able to work as a team.

The Paradigm Lesson plan challenges students to problem solve. Students will learn how to change the world and also be challenged to win $100,000. Students will have to critically think and problem solve.