Monthly Archives: August 2013

CSI-R Kindergarten: Jobs and Tools

In this lesson, created by Deborah Kozdras of the USF Stavros Center, students learn about workers, the jobs they do, and the tools/equipment they use. C– Choose your Content Describe: different kinds of jobs that people do and the tools or equipment … Continue reading

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CSI-R 1st Grade: Why is Saving Important?

In this lesson, created by Angela Mullaney of Pinellas County, FL. and Deborah Kozdras of the USF Stavros Center, students learn the importance of saving. There are three options for text: BrainPop video, Will Saves for the Stars online free … Continue reading

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CSI-R Kindergarten: People Work to Earn Money

In this lesson, created by Christine Joseph of Pinellas County, FL, and Deborah Kozdras of the USF Stavros Center, students learn how people work to earn money to buy things they need or want. C– Choose your Content Recognize –People work to … Continue reading

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CSI-R 3rd Grade: Currency – Alexander Used to be Rich . . .

In this lesson, created by Linda Jenkins of Pinellas County, FL, students learn how people interact to exchange goods and services. C– Choose your Content Recognize –People interact to exchange goods and services through the use of money. •Essential Question: Describe the … Continue reading

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CSI-R for 5th Grade: Colonial Economics

Economics during Colonial Times: Grade 5  Linda S. Brown & Nicole Beliveau, Pinellas County CSI-R  Model:  Reading like a Detective & Writing like a Reporter CONTENT:  What are you teaching?  Essential Question   What land/climate characteristics help define the type of … Continue reading

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E-DBQ for 4th Grade: Citrus Economics

Check out this new Micro E-DBQ created by Shelley Holder, Literacy Coach, Pinellas District FLORIDA’S ECONOMY: THE IMPACT OF CITRUS MICRO-Q HOOK Show the class a large bowl full of citrus fruit and ask the question, “What do you think of when … Continue reading

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