In this webinar teachers will be able to:
- Gain knowledge of the homelessness as it applies to children and families
- Review classroom-ready activities and lesson plans based on chapter books featuring the choices made by homeless characters
- Learn how to introduce the students to the concepts of, choices, ethical decision making, and opportunity cost
- Discover new titles featuring homelessness in an annotated bibliography
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This webinar introduces ethical behavior, creative problem solving and social commentary as featured in children’s chapter books dealing with the topic of homelessness. Featured chapter books include “How to Steal a Dog” by Barbara O’Connor and “Shelter” by Christie Matheson.
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