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  1. Integrated Literacy Assignment Shannon Brisse SST 309 01

  2. GLCE • 1- H2.0.6 Compare life today with life in the past using the criteria of family, school, jobs, or communication

  3. Songs/ Music • School days, school days, good old golden-rule days • School days, school daysDear old golden rule daysReadin’ and ‘ritin’ and ‘rithmeticTaught to the tune of the hickory stickYou were my queen in calicoI was your bashful barefoot beauAnd you wrote on my slate“I love you, so”When we were a couple of kids • Nothing to do, Nellie DarlingNothing to do you sayLet’s take a trip on memory’s shipBack to the bygone daysSail to the old village school houseAnchor outside the school doorLook in and seeThere’s you and there’s meA couple of kids once more • School days, school daysDear old golden rule daysReadin’ and ‘ritin’ and ‘rithmeticTaught to the tune of the hickory stickYou were my queen in calicoI was your bashful barefoot beauAnd you wrote on my slate“I love you, so”When we were a couple of kids Peacherine Rag by Scott Joplin

  4. Poetry WE TOOK TURNS BEATING THE ERASERS CLEANPOUNDING THAT CHALK DUST WAS A LOT OF FUN,I LIKED DOING THIS BETTER THANPLAYING BASEBALL AND NEVER MAKING A HOME-RUN.HAD TO WALK ABOUT HALF MILE TO GET HOMEWE WERE ANXIOUS TO GET HOME TO PLAY,THERE WEREN'T ANY BUSES FOR US TO RIDESOMETHING WE DID ALMOST EVERY SCHOOL DAY.PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG AND A PRAYERAFTER THE TEACHER RANG THE BELL,IF YOU DID SOMETHING WRONG - GOT A SPANKINGNO ONE WAS SENT HOME OR EXPELLED.WE WROTE WITH A YELLOW NO. TWO LEAD PENCILNO ASSORTED COLORS IN GEL BALL POINT PENS,NO FOLDERS, OR SPECIAL BINDERSNO BACKPACKS TO CARRY OUR BOOKS IN.HOW DID THE TEACHER TEACH SO MANY GRADESHOW DID SHE GET IT ALL DONE IN ONE DAY,WE HAD TIME FOR LONG RECESSESGOT TO GO OUTSIDE - HAD GAMES TO PLAY.THERE WEREN'T BUT A FEW IN EACH GRADEMAYBE TWO - PERHAPS FOUR,TWENTY-FIVE OR THIRTY NEIGHBORHOOD CHILDRENBUT THEY WOULD HAVE BEEN TAUGHT, HAD THERE BEEN MORE.EVERYONE LINED UP AFTER PLAYINGWATER BUCKET SAT AT THE BACK DOOR,I AM GLAD I GOT TO GO TO A ONE ROOMTHEY ARE NO LONGER BEING USED - HOW SAD.CHILDREN ATTEND MODERN SCHOOLS TODAYONE ROOM SCHOOLS ARE MEMORIES OF THE PAST, THOSE CARE-FREE DAYS OF MY CHILDHOODHAVE ALSO GOTTEN AWAY MUCH TOO FAST.  • "ATTENDING A ONE ROOM SCHOOL" • THERE WASN'T ANY PRESCHOOL OR KINDERGARTENAT AGE SIX YOU STARTED IN FIRST GRADE,I COULD NOT WRITE MY NAMENOT ONE NUMBER OR ABC I HAD EVER MADE.THERE WERE NO HOT LUNCHESOR BREAKFAST SERVED ON A PLATE,FROM OUR LITTLE TIN LARD BUCKETSCOLD LUNCHES IS WHAT WE ATE.FROM FIRST TO SEVENTH GRADEONE TEACHER TAUGHT US ALL,STUDENTS SAT IN ROWS IN ONE BIG ROOMNO BATHROOM, GYMNASIUM OR STUDY HALL.THE BUILDING HAD TWO DOORSMAIN ONE UP FRONT - ONE AT THE BACK,TWO CLOSETS ON EACH SIDE OF THE DOORUSED FOR LUNCH BUCKETS AND A COAT RACK.HEATING STOVE SAT IN THE MIDDLE THE ROOM WAS OFTEN DRAFTY AND COLD,THIS ONE ROOM SCHOOL BUILDINGHAD BEEN STANDING FOR MANY YEARS - WAS GETTING OLD.THERE WASN'T A BATHROOMRAISE YOUR HAND - "IF YOU HAD TO GO,"TWO LITTLE OUT-HOUSES SAT FAR APARTDOWN AMONG SOME BUSHES AND WEEDS IN A FENCE ROW. Poem by: AdineCathey 2008

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  9. Sample Lesson Plans • Lesson Plan (1900s) • Time Capsule Lesson Plan

  10. Maps/ Charts/ Graphs School in 2014 School in 1900

  11. Books • The One-Room Schoolhouse: A Tribute to a Beloved National Icon by Paul Rocheleau • The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter

  12. Websites • One Room Schoolhouse Resource Center • Jobs in the 1900s • Family Size in the Early 1900s

  13. Bibliography • Bourne, M. A. B. (1973). Four- ring three . Toronto, Canada : Longman Canada Limited. • Cathey, A. (n.d.). Schoolhouse poems [Online forum comment]. Retrieved from http://www.scrapbook.com/poems/doc/34513.html • Class time capsule. (1997). Retrieved from http://www.eduplace.com/act/capsule.html • Edwards, R. (2004, 04). Sample lesson plans (19002). Retrieved from http://www.cedu.niu.edu/blackwell/oneroom/samplePlan1900s.shtml • Kluytmans, T. (2001). School days when we were a couple of kids. Retrieved from http://www.lyrster.com/come-back/school-days-school-days-dear-old-golden-rule-days/www.kididdles.com/lyrics/s120.html • Joplin , S. (2009, 06 06). Peacherine rag [Online forum comment]. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VVCDaS7u3g • Potter, B. (2002). The tale of peter rabbit . Warne. Retrieved from http://www.amazon.com/Tale-Peter-Rabbit-Beatrix-Potter/dp/0723247706/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1392706637&sr=1-1&keywords=the tale of peter rabbit by beatrix potter • Rocheleau, P. (2003). The one-room schoolhouse: A tribute to a beloved national icon. Universe. Retrieved from http://www.amazon.com/The-One-Room-Schoolhouse-Tribute-National/dp/0789310015