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# Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Char

**Grade:** 4

**Subjects:** Language Arts, Math, Science, Social
Studies, Character Education

**TEKS:**

**• Math- **(4.4D, E) The student multiplies and
divides to solve meaningful problems involving

whole numbers.

**Objectives:**

• Math- The student will be able to multiply and divide in problem solving situations.

## Subject: Math Connection

**Assignment/Procedure:**

1) Students will create word problems to demonstrate an understanding of
multiplication and

division. The word problems must include real world situations involved with
Potters for Peace.

**Example: **A multiplication word problem might
require students to research and record the

number of lives that can be saved by one water filter. If each person in our
class could

make one water filter, how many lives can be saved?

## Week 3

Giving

**Assignment/Procedure:** The studies this week will
focus on giving back to the community. Each

student will have the opportunity to either build a water filter or organize a
fund raiser to donate money

to Potters for Peace. Each student will be required to raise enough money for
the cost of one filter. Once

this project is completed, students will journal their thoughts. Did giving feel
better than receiving?

What are other ways you can give back to the community?

**Assessment:**

• Math - students will be evaluated on their ability to
understand when to multiply and when to

divide. Can they perform the steps of multiplying a two digit number by a two
digit number?

Does a student know the steps in long division?

**Extension of Unit: **The task of building a water
filter would require many resources from the

community. This project is a great opportunity to invite guest speakers into the
classroom or link this

project to other community service projects. Once each student builds a water
filter or raises enough

money for one filter, the class can extend the math lesson to determine how many
lives have been saved

through their efforts.