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Service Learning Assignment 2

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Service Learning Assignment 2 USL 216

Riley O'Neil

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Date Created: 02/27/16
Brooke Bell Service Learning Activity #2 1. For my service learning project, my group of fourth graders that  I work with be helping their community and the environment  through service learning. The students will host a recycling  event throughout the semester to get students in their school  recycle their goods instead of just throwing them away. At the  end of the project, which is five weeks long, the students will  get to go out for the main event, and plant a flower in their  community park. They will reflect on how the environment is  affected by plants, and how pollution is changing our  environment and how they could take action.  2. Possible partner organizations include: Keep America Beautiful, Waste Management, and Future for Kids. 3. Type of service activities used: direct: the students will be doing direct work by planting a flower in their park. Indirect: Students  will be learning in the classroom about the environment and  how recycling helps the environment. The students will also  learn about pollution and how pollution is affecting the earth  (global warming). Research­based: students will be given an  assignment to research how they can help the community in  their day to day life. They will read and take notes on simple  ways to prevent global warming. They will also research  statistics about recycling, the environment, and pollution.  Advocacy: In order for students to collect recyclable materials,  they will have to advocate to their peers about recycling and  create posters to advertise their project.  4. The group of students I work with are in the fourth grade and  are 9 and 10 years old. The subject we are focusing on are  earth science and environmental science. Lessons involving  math and the environment will be included in some class  activities to help refresh the students in math.  Section 2 1. Budget: a. Materials that will be used: notebooks, pencils,  posters, markers, gloves, flower seeds, shovels.  b.  Item Description Vender/Store Cost per  Quantity Item Needed Notebooks: Walmart $0.94 5 Flower Seeds: $2.25/25  1 seeds Gloves: Warmart $8.92/100  1 count Shovels: Walmart $7.16 5­10 Pencils:  Walmart $3.58/12­ 1 pack 2. Detail and Revenue plan: In order for the students to have the  funds to conduct their service learning project, donations at the  school will be held all semester long. There will be jars in each  classroom to donate to the cause. Parents and others can  donate as well. Students will create posters to advertise their  event and inform the student population about the cause.  Money will also be provided when the students turn in all the  cans/ recyclable material at the end of the semester. Any extra  money that is left over will go to the school, Cesar Chaves, to  help support their recycling program.  3. Schedule: Day of event: 3:00 PM­ students arrive  3:10 PM­ we leave to walk to park. Materials have been handed out  to students to bring.  3:25: arrive at park. Begin giving instructions to students and  distributing materials. 3:35 PM: begin planting flowers. Once students are done they will  reflect on what they learned throughout the semester and how they  have bettered their environment.  4. No transportation cost: We will walk to park site.  5. Students will need to turn in permission slip forms a week prior  to the event that has any medical information as well as an  emergency contact. All students must wear closed toed shoes.  6. Once a week, the lesson will be about 30 minutes long. On the  day of the event, we will spend about an hour and a half.  7. The students will be prepared by learning how to plant a flower  prior to the day of the event, as well as environmental statistics  and information about what they are doing. 


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