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Unit 2: Identity for 2nd - 3rd Grade

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Time to complete
2.93 Attendance Hours

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  1. Lesson 1

    Pop-Up: Identity 2nd - 3rd Day 1

     Duration 46  minutes
    Let's read "Sulwe" and then learn how to create costumes that show who we are in a costume design workshop with a teaching artist from the Alliance Theatre.
  2. Lesson 2

    Pop-Up: Identity 2nd - 3rd Day 2

     Duration 40  minutes
    We’ll do some dream journaling in morning meeting, play vocabulary games and head back to the big city with Ms. Cheryl to learn how to break down words and read them.
  3. Lesson 3

    Pop-Up: Identity 2nd - 3rd Day 3

     Duration 20  minutes
    Use your creativity to express yourself today by creating a dance and a costume that show what’s inside of YOU.
  4. Lesson 4

    Pop-Up: Identity 2nd - 3rd Day 4

     Duration 34  minutes
    It’s our last day to read "Sulwe" and travel to the big city with Ms. Cheryl.
  5. Lesson 5

    Pop-Up: Identity 2nd - 3rd Day 5

     Duration 0  minutes
    Log on to view the fashion show of all the costumes we created. You’re going to love them!


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