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Title: Community Helpers lesson plan
Authors: Furman, Doug
Ruble, Alexandra
Buis, Tyler
Miller, Marion
Date of Relevancy: 2010-04-02
Date of Object: 2010-04-02
Abstract: This task is designed to assess the students' knowledge of different types of careers and volunteers and their importance during WWII. After five lessons about different careers and types of volunteer jobs, the students will be creating a collage that includes 4 different types of people in the community that helped people during the war. They will explain how these jobs are still important to people in communities today.
Notes: This work is a student assignment created for the course SS 392 at Ball State University.
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