1. The program begins with an introduction to Rocky Mountain National Park.
2. The ranger will then invite the groups to come up one at a time to present their symbol.
3. Ranger will elaborate on student presentations as students place their symbol onto the whole class emblem.
4. Ranger will share the diversity of park service sites across the country.
5. Time is allowed for questions and answers.
1. Recognize the variety of Park Service sites.
2. Name one National Park and explain why it is protected.
3. Name one way people use National Parks.
4. Describe at least one symbol in the Park Service emblem and what it represents in detail.
CO Academic Standards
Reading, Writing, and Communicating
Effective communication requires speakers to express opinion, provide information, describe a process, and persuade an audience
Listening strategies are techniques that contribute to understanding different situations and serving different purposes
A clear communication plan is necessary to effectively deliver and receive information
Oral communication is used both informally and formally
Successful group activities need the cooperation of everyone
People in the past influence the development and interaction of different communities or regions
People have influenced the history of neighborhoods and communities
Family and cultural traditions in the US in the past
Ask questions, share information and discuss ideas about the past
The identification of characteristics and expressive features in works of art and design help to determine artistic intent
Art has intent and purpose
Artists make choices that communicate ideas in works of art