War in the Pacific National Historical Park and Pacific Historic Parks09/05/2016Lisa M. Aguon09/11/2016309/11/20165014+9, 10, 11, 12Suitable for Persons with Disabilities$Free
Students would brain storm and discuss different ideas for how the class could take responsibility this year for keeping alive the 9/11 Spirit of Unity,and what they could do individually. Students can promote peace and unity within their community.
Humanitarian fields, social service, non-profit organizations
Students will understand the importance of peace, unity, kindness and compassion within their school and their community.
Promote awareness in doing a good deed, during the week of 9/11 or find ways they could change their behavior towards others that reflect the 9/11 Spirit.
Understand the importance of 9/11 and the effects it had on the community.
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Participation in outreach presentation of the War in the Pacific National Historical Park to learn about the history and mission of the park.
Ask each student to think about good deeds that were done by soldiers on both sides of the war in Guam, in what ways did the war in Guam change peoples behavior toward others that reflects what is similiar to the 9/11 Spirit of Unity.
Create Public Service Announcement type video regarding 9/11 Spirit of Unity, which can be posted on website 911day.org.
Write a good deeds for 9/11 on a large index cards and display them in class, or in the hallways of the school
Create a 9/11 Spirit of Unity video. Make a video that records each of the good deeds of students for the week of 9/11, and then edit it into a single video for sharing with the classk and posting online.
Make a video that documents the class good deed.
Issue AreaBroadening students thinking to Peace, patriotism, compassion, kindness, and unity by resolving conflicts.
Agency DescriptionWar in the Pacific National Historical Park (WAPA) is the western most park of all the National Park Service units and it's cooperating non-profit supporting organization Pacific Historic Parks. It was created to honor all those who participated in the campaigns of the Pacific Theater of World War II and to conserve and to interpret the natural, scenic, and historic values and objects on the island of Guam
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Lisa M. Aguon
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THIS PROJECT IS INTENDED FOR STUDENTS WITH TRANSPORTATION ISSUES OR LIMITED PHYSICAL MOBILITY. PRIMARILY INTERNET RESEARCH AND PRESENTATION TO PEERS AND (OR) PARENTS. NO SITE VISIT REQUIRED
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Lisa M. Aguon