Possible Generalizations



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CHANGE

(This is a 4th Grade Example of Possible Connections.)



Possible Generalizations

  • Change can be positive or negative

  • Change can happen quickly or slowly

  • Change can be natural or man-made

*Keep in mind, these are just examples. These are by no means all the connections that can be made across the subject areas. You might make one connection within a subject area or many depending on how long your integrated unit lasts.



Literacy

Math

Science

Social Studies

Goal 1

Changes in decoding, fluency, background knowledge, and vocabulary due to…



  • Use of word identification strategies, roots, prefixes, and suffixes

  • Use of strategies to develop reading and writing vocabularies

  • daily reading


Goal 2

Changes in comprehension due to …



  • Use of metacognitive strategies, before, during, after reading strategies

  • Reading a variety of texts

  • Identifying and interpreting elements of text

  • Appropriate application of specific reading strategies


Goal 3

Changes in comprehension and complex processing due to…



  • Response to text applying interpretive, critical, analytical and evaluative processes

  • Using, evaluating and creating multi-media resources

  • Comparing multiple texts

  • Conducting research


Goal 4

Changes in speaking, writing, and presentation abilities due to…


How do Imagine It! themes relate to change:



  • Risks and Consequences

  • Nature’s Delicate Balance

  • A Changing America

  • Science Fair

  • America on the Move

  • Dollars and Sense

Goal 1

  • Composing & Decomposing Numbers

  • Changing Fractions


Goal 2

  • Are perimeter & area related? If one changes, does it impact the other?


Goal 3

  • Transformations: How are the figures changing?


Goal 4

  • Line Graphs: Change Over Time

  • What story of change is the line telling?


Goal 5

  • Quantities that Change

  • How patterns change

  • Properties of Number – What changes and what stays the same?

Goal 1

  • What changes in animals can you observe due to the impact of other animals, plans, weather, and climate?

  • What changes in animal characteristics and behaviors can you observe and discuss?


Goal 2

  • What changes occur over time in composition, location and use of rocks and minerals?


Goal 3

  • What physical changes occur by observing and investigating magnetism and electricity?


Goal 4

  • How does food impact energy, growth and repair to/for the body? What changes can be observed? How can food quantities and types produce positive or negative change?

Goal 1


Goal 2

Change over time in…



  • American Indians

  • Immigration patterns

  • People of NC

  • Culture, customs, history


Goal 3

  • Political, economic, social changes

  • Changes in movement of people, goods, ideas


Goal 4

Changes due to…



  • regional diversity

  • religious groups


Goal 5

  • impact of various cultural groups


Goal 6

  • Change due to the application of basic economic principles


Goal 7




Music

Media

Health & Physical Education

Computer

Lab

Art

Goal 1

  • Describe change in pitch

  • Describe change in rhythm

Goal 2

  • Compare the changes over time with practice while learning a musical instrument

Goal 3

  • Compare changes in two improvised musical examples.

Goal 4

  • Describe how change in music is used to accompany readings or dramatizations.

Goal 5

Goal 6

  • Use a few musical terms to explain changes in aural example.

Goal 7

  • Describe and discuss changes in emotion while listening to a performance

Goal 8

  • Describe how change in music is related to change in the other arts (visual, dance, drama).

Goal 9

  • Analyze how music has changed historically over the years.

Goal 1

  • Explore the changes in both competence and motivation as a reader over time

Goal 2

  • Change in usefulness of information resources over time

Goal 3

  • Relate how changing life circumstances influence information and ideas

Goal 5

In copyright guidelines with advancements in technology

Goal 1

  • Change in emotions and reactions

  • Body changes – height, etc.

Goal 2

  • Lifestyle changes associated with common childhood conditions

  • Changes that occur during physical and emotional development during this time

  • Change in understanding over time of SPF information and misinformation

Goal 3

  • Changes in body language and their effects

Goal 4

  • Effects over time of unhealthy eating patterns

Goal 5

  • Changes due to drug or tobacco use

Goal 6

  • Describe changes in elements found in different types of dances

Goal 7

  • Describe the critical elements to improve and change personal performance in various skills

  • Compare the different changes of various movement patterns i.e. striking a soccer ball with different parts of the foot, or even equipment uses etc.

Goal 9

  • Changes in endurance, flexibility body composition and muscular strength

  • Analyze changes in pre and post assessment data

  • Change in heart rate before and after exercise—change in heart rate based on different forms of exercise

Goal 10

  • Changes in ability with practice

Goal 1

  • Visually represent ways technology has changed the lives of people in NC

  • Track changes in occupations that reflect technology use

  • Changes in behavior & laws due to advancement in technology: ethically, safety, intellectual property, etc.

Goal 2

  • Identify and discuss changes in technology towards the use of collaborative tools

Goal 3

  • Use databases to analyze change in information

  • Use graphs to display or analyze change over time

  • Utilize word processing programs for the writing process




Goal 1

  • Use color to show changes in time and light in a diptych.

Goal 2

Goal 3

  • Describe changes in color and size when comparing relative positions of objects in a landscape.

Goal 4

  • Describe how art reflects changes in culture.

Goal 5

  • Compare changes in portraiture from ancient times to contemporary.

Goal 6

  • Analyze changes in the subjects of the artist’s art based on his/her experiences.

Goal 7

  • Describe the impact of technology on both artwork and techniques

Goal 8

Compare changes in professions that use art skills from past and present.




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