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From KNILT

Teachers are encouraged to individually tailor processes/activities to meet specific state and grade level curricular standards. Teaching Pet Emergency Preparedness was created as an educational resource on incorporating the family pet in the emergency evacuation plan and decision making. These activities will call upon students to explore emergency management websites and learn how the life choices they make effect them, their families and the family pet, as they develop a plan for their pet’s lives.

Before beginning this WebQuest, teachers should share and read with students, the [Emergency Preparedness] article from ASPCA Animalessons®.

Students should have basic skill in word processing and in navigating the Internet.

WebQuest for Grades: 6-8

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Curriculum National Standards

Education World

http://www.educationworld.com/standards/

Technology National Standard NETS #1: Basic Operations and Concepts

NETS #2: Technology Productivity Tools

NETS #4: Technology Communication Tools

NETS #5: Technology Research Tools

NETS #6: Technology Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Tools

National Standards for English Language Arts NCTE #1: Reading for Perspective

NCTE #4: Communication Skills

NCTE#5: Communication Strategies

NCTE#6: Applying Knowledge

NCTE#8: Developing Research Skills

National Standards for Arts Education NSAE #1: Understanding Media Techniques and Processes

K-12 Service Learning National Standards

http://www.nylc.org/objects/publications/StandardsDoc.pdf

Link to Curriculum: Service-learning is intentionally used as an instructional strategy to meet learning goals and/or content standards.

Reflection: Service-learning incorporates multiple challenging reflection activities that are ongoing and that prompt deep thinking and analysis about oneself and one’s relationship to society.

Duration and Intensity: Service-learning has sufficient duration and intensity to address community needs and meet specified outcomes.


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