Stars Shine AGREE Cups Song – Lyrics


Stars shine brightly underneath a darkened sky
To guide our way until the break of dawn.
High in space they leave a trail as they fly by
Stars shine brightly until dawning….

When the sun’s up, rise up! Look at all the colors and then
Get out! Sun’s out until du–sk. Make it a great day, be brave!
Fill yourself with light so when the sun goes down you’ll shine
Shine until the dawning.

When the sun goes down you’ll shine until the dawning.
When the sun goes down you’ll shine until the dawning.

We Are AGREE Lyrics

Intro (INDIA):

I’d like to share how we can all live peacefully. It starts with you and me,
showing kindness and empathy. I’ve felt a change in me and now I believe….

Verse 1:

I believe with love in my heart a new start will begin to shine forth, and I know
even foes can be friends, for I see their humanity. I believe….I believe…..Cuz…

Chorus:

We’ve got sun shining on our faces. We’ve got beauty and open spaces.
Mother Earth she holds us up, no matter what.
And every day when I walk these places I can see me in all your faces.
Happiness begins in me, and that’s my belief.

Verse 2:

I believe when I find someone in need to reach out for I know it could be me.
And I do as I’d have them do unto me. They’re just part of We. I believe…We
believe….

Bridge (China):

We are all one world, every boy and girl can give. We all play a part we
are….
Young……but our voices matter.
Here…….living close together.
Now…….the choice is in us.
We will lift each other!

Layered (Afro Cuban):
1st Group – ooo way oooo way oooo (4 cts of 8)
1st and 2nd Group – We are AGREE. We’re Arizona. We are educating peacefully. (4 cts of 8)
3rd Group – We’ve got sunlight. We’ve got music. We’ve got dancing. We’re AGREE! (4 cts of 8)
1st Group – I believe with love in my heart.
2nd Group – I believe when I find someone in need.
3rd Group – I believe in this world we can agree,
All: …and see. We believe.

Civil Discussion Crossword

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Civil Discussion

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Experience The Golden Rule

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Lyric Songbook for Stars Shine Brightly

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That’s My Belief

A musical celebration of world cultures: Africa

Music with Voals

Sheet Music

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Music without Lead Vocals

Performance track with vocals

Key Words

It’s About: Empathy, Kindness, Respect & Civility

This brief video beautifully shows all of these golden-rule attributes and is sure to make you smile.

EMPATHY – Seeing what another is feeling and reaching out to help

KINDNESS – is always appreciated and comes back to you

RESPECT – Have gratitude every day necessities

CIVILITY – Friendships help you endure and keep your cool

Many to One

Mathematical Deductive Reasoning Problems

These deductive reasoning problems connect with Arizona Math Standards in the areas of Algebraic Thinking, Number Operations in Base Ten, and Mathematical Practices. What is the connection with the Golden Rule?  In life, we are usually presented with many choices.  Circumstances often lead us to narrow those choices to a few, often even to one.  In relating to others, choosing to use the Golden Rule as a guide is usually the best choice.

person-facing-career-pathsMany to One problems allow students to work through a list of clues and perform math operations correctly to select a number which answers the given clue.  Initially, a great many numbers are correct answers.  Each clue reduces the group of correct options.  Eventually, mathematical reasoning eliminates all but one possible correct solution.  The student’s first goal is to seek a range of correct answers.  Secondly, they recognize which possible number is the only correct answer.  The third objective is to identify the ‘Golden Clue’ which eliminated all other possible correct responses.

 

Procedure: 

  • Scratch paper, a pencil, and critical thinking skills are the only materials needed.
  • Students can use quarter sheets of scrap paper or notebook paper, numbering down from 1 to 10.
  • They are to write a number which gives a correct answer for the clue given.
  • When the next clue is given, students whose answer remains correct make no change in their selected number.  If the answer becomes incorrect, students simply change their answer to a correct number.  In numbers with 2 or more digits, students may change one digit to make their answer correct.  Very seldom is it necessary to change more than one digit, and keeping changes to a minimum utilizes the best mental math reasoning.
  • The teacher polls the students for correct answers during the early clues to establish a range of correct possibilities.  As they progress through the clues,possibilities are eliminated until only one choice remains.

 

The second part of the activity is the identification of the clue that ruled out all possibilities but one.  Students circle this ‘Golden Clue.’  Explaining the rationale is a good practice for the first few times to build and check deductive reasoning skills.

 

Grading is easy.  The teacher just walks around the room and uses a checklist to mark those with the correct solution.  One point is given for the correct answer (which all students should find by clue 10) and a second point is given for determining the Golden Clue (a more difficult task).

 

Modifications: Give a visual clue for young students by making a list of the options and having them cross off the numerals as they are eliminated.  This strengthens the

concept of number structure.  Having students work with a partner may help and underscores the concept of AGREEment.  The rationale for the solutions is included and may be used to help students understand the process.