Second Grade Studies How History Can Shape Our Community for the Common Good

November 30, 2017

Second graders are currently learning from their PYP unit centered around the concept 'history can shape our community for the common good'. They are researching into the questions:

 

1. How has Shoreline’s history impacted how we live? (causation)

2. How has Shoreline’s geography changed? (causation)

3. What is city government and what is their purpose? (form)

4. What are our community’s resources to keep us safe and healthy? (function)

 

 

Here is a picture from their trip to City Hall where they met with Mayor, Chris Roberts, and were able to ask questions about Shoreline's past, the purpose and jobs of Shoreline's government, and community resources. 

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