There is a biography written for each grade span. The PDF version will print much better than the html version, however it may take a long time to download, depending on your connection to the Internet. Kindergarten students studying the life, work, and philosophy of César E. Chávez will learn that being a good citizen involves acting in certain ways, and that the personal qualities that Chávez possessed reflect césar PDF civic behavior.
Students studying the life, work, and philosophy of César E. Chávez in grade one will learn how he worked to resolve problems peaceably. Chávez will learn about his role in improving the lives of farm workers. Students in grade three studying César E.
Chávez will learn about his relationship with immigrants. Within this unit of study, special attention will be given to the role of labor in industry and agriculture, including how César E. Chávez, through nonviolent tactics, educated the general public about the working conditions in agriculture and led the movement to improve the lives of farm workers. Students in this grade study the historical developments leading to the discovery and colonization of North America by European countries and the ensuing interactions between Native Americans, Europeans, and enslaved Africans. Chávez in grade six will learn that religious ideas have always inspired and influenced the lives and actions of men and women, as they did Chávez.
Chávez in grade seven will continue to learn about the ideas and philosophies that have withstood the test of time and emerged in the work and actions of Chávez. Chávez in grade eight will learn about the historical events and developments in the United States that Chávez would eventually encounter. This is an elective year in California. Students in grade ten studying the life, work, and philosophy of César E. Chávez will learn about the historical developments of many of the ideas and philosophy of Chávez, especially the evolution of democratic principles. Students in grade eleven can use the life and work of César E.
Chávez as a case study to trace the major historical events and eras of the twentieth century. Students in grade twelve studying the life and work of César E. Chávez will see the direct relationship between his work and political philosophy and the political and legal system in the United States. Kindergarten students studying the life, work, and philosophy of César E. Chávez will learn that being a good citizen involves acting in certain ways, and that the personal qualities that Chávez possessed reflect good civic behavior. They will also have the opportunity to learn about the work that people must do to grow food, to harvest the crops, and to transport the food to locations for people to buy. Kindergarten students will learn about César E.
Students in kindergarten begin their formal education by learning to understand the character traits that are necessary for good civic behavior. They will listen to stories of times past and about men and women who have made a difference. They will learn how it might have been to live in other times and places and how their lives would have been different. 1 Students understand that being a good citizen involves acting in certain ways. 2 Learn examples of honesty, courage, determination, individual responsibility, and patriotism in American and world history from stories and folklore.
3 Students match simple descriptions of work that people do and the names of related jobs at school, in the community, and from historical accounts. 6 Students understand that history relates to events, people, and places of other times. Thanksgiving, Independence Day, Washington’s and Lincoln’s Birthdays, Martin Luther King Jr. Chávez: An American Hero Students will be able to identify a photograph or portrait of César E.
Chávez and orally state one reason why he is an American hero. Chávez and His Family Students will be able to state what César E. Chávez learned from his mother, father and grandmother. Chávez and the Community Students will be able to describe and model good citizenship. Students will be able to state why César E. Chávez Making Change Students will be able to explain how César E.
Students will be able to explain how the life of a farm worker changed because of Chávez’s work. Students will be able to show how nonviolent action can lead to a peaceful resolution. Chávez Students will plan and complete a service learning project. Students studying the life, work, and philosophy of César E. Chávez in grade one will learn how he worked to resolve problems peaceably.