We have been studying about Community Workers in class. We are asking each student to select a Community Worker that they would like to learn more about. Please help your child research their Community Worker, complete the pages in this this activity, and practice presenting their report at home for recording their video. Be creative in decorating and presenting the information. Have your child add as many details as they can when explaining the different parts. We will be sharing their videos in our Zoom class! This will take several days. Be sure to click to save each time you work on it. Page 1: Pick 1 community worker. Click the s to watch the video and listen to the book. Page 2: Add pictures of your community worker doing their job. Tell about what they do. Page 3: Add pictures of your community worker's tools. Tell about what they use. Page 4: Add pictures of where your community worker does their job. Tell about the location. Page 5: Decorate your paper doll to show what your community worker wears. Add a photo of your paper doll. Tell about their uniform. Page 6: Add pictures of the vehicle your community worker uses. Or none if they do not use a vehicle for their job. Tell about the vehicle they use. Page 7: Add pictures of your community worker. Tell 1 or more interesting fact about your community worker. Page 8: Add pictures of your community worker. Tell why your community worker is important. Tell how they impact you. Page 9: Make a video telling all the things you learned about your community worker. Include everything listed on the page. Click to submit.
Objective: Students will select a community helper to research and create a project describing the following aspects of the community worker: Title, Job Description, Tools, Uniform, Location, if applicable the method of Transportation (vehicle), and one interesting fact. Students will also identify the impact/importance of the community helper to our community. Students will use pictures, drawings, written words, and voice recordings. At the conclusion, students will share their learning through a video. *This project will take several days or even a few weeks to complete. It is meant as a culminating activity or performance task to conclude the unit.