SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT
IGUAL, IGUAL PERO DIFERENTE
DAY 1 SAME, SAME, BUT DIFFERENT
What do you think this means?
 Can you point out things that can be Same,
Same, but different?
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Read Aloud of Same, Same but different.
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Turn and Talk about the book an the differences and
similarities between the characters.
Students are to write a paper that highlights how
they can be the same, but different than other
people around the world.
English
DAY 2 WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?
Where are you from?
 Where is that person from?
 How is your community similar to his/hers?
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Compare the place where you live to another
country (Mexico or South America, or India
Middle East)
Climate
 Economics
 Territory
 Population
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Write a report based on your findings
Social Studies
DAY 4 SCIENCE
Leccion de ciencias en español
 Introduce a you tube video:
http://youtu.be/gAjEllLHQPQ titled “ciencias
Naturales sexto grado” by Eva Leticia Tirado
Sanchez. (2.56 minutos).
DAY 3: EXPRESS IT
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Students are to use the media of their choosing to
create a piece that represents the similarities and
difference between the student’s community and
others (India/Middle East, South America,
Mexico)
Art
RECURSOS NATURALES
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Los estudiantes pueden crear un plan para
utilizar la energia en el hogar, la escuela y
la comunidad con la ayuda de sus familias.
ACTIVITIES
FOR HOMEWORK
Los estudiantes pueden investigar las
ventajas y desventajas del uso de diferentes
recursos: carbon mineral, petroleo, gas
natural, energia nuclear, biomasa (madera),
viento, energia hidroelectrica, geotermica y
solar.
Recursos
Desventajas
Ventajas
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DAY 4: GRAPH IT!
Students will use information about the
countries they are comparing to create tables
and graphs that correctly express their findings.
 Students will show patterns between their
country they live and the country they are
researching.
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Chart Title
5
5
1
0
Mex
Math
2 1
0
U.S
3
1
2
Series 1
Series 2
DAY 6: MUSIC
Music:
 Listen to one of the songs from the
book: Hear America Singing!
Collected and arranged by Katheleen
Krull and illustrated by Allen
Garns.
ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS
If they play in the school band or
know how to Play an instrument, they
can perform in class.
 They can sing a cultural
Ethnic song or make a power point
presentation about music in the
Culture of their choice.
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ART
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Examples of Artwork from Mexico:
ART
FROM
PAKISTAN
ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS
Examples of Artwork in the U.S.
For this section, students can create
their artwork using recycle materials
And bring their projects to share in
class. Teachers can display their
Artwork in the hallways or on a wall in
the classroom.
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BOOKS THAT SUPPORT OUR GOALS AND
OBJECTIVES
POEMS THAT SUPPORT OUR GOALS
Reír llorando- Juan de Dios Peza (Mexicano)
 Canción de Paz-Mariano Bravo (Argentino)
 The Giving Tree Shel Silverstein (U.S)
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OUTCOME
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Students will create their individual UNITPORTFOLIOS with all the activities they did in
the different subjects.
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