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BACKWARD DESIGN/DOWNWARD DESIGN CROSS CURICULAR PLANNING MODEL

Subjects /Strands: Social Studies : Heritage & Identity: Our Changing Roles and Responsibilities Grade(s): 1

Dates of possible implementation: ________________________ Culminating task due date: ________________

| |What is important for students to know? What are the enduring understandings? What is the big open question to inform learning and link curricula? (consider |
|A. BIG IDEA FOR THIS UNIT |starting with big ideas in Science or Social Studies) |
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| |BIG IDEAS: A person’s roles, responsibilities, and relationships change over time and in different situations. |
| |Their own roles, responsibilities, and relationships play a role in developing their identity |
| |All people are worthy of respect, regardless of their roles, relationships, and responsibilities. |
| |GUIDING/FRAMING QUESTIONS: |
| |How and why do people’s roles and responsibilities change as they encounter new situations and develop relationships with different people? |
|…...

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