Mr. Tillman’s Lesson Plans for Monday September 18th, 2017 through Friday September 22nd, 2017

Monday September 18th, 2017

Standard(s)/Benchmark(s):

 Objective: I-Canwrite TYPE 1 papers correctly, identify 4 important details from Channel One News, use documents to better understand the United States Constitution, and use CLOSE READING STRATEGIES to interact with and comprehend text.

Key Content Terms: U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights, Amendment

Essential Question: What is the U.S. Constitution and why is it important to you?

Activities:

  1. Warm-Up: Watch Channel One News and write down 4 details using TYPE 1 writing format
  2. Accessing Prior Knowledge: Type 1 questions- What is the United States Constitution? What is an AMENDMENT?
  3. Whole Group:
    1. S. Constitution PowerPoint and videos
    2. Class Discussion videos
    3. Review Close Reading Strategies
    4. Introduction “US Constitution and the Bill of Rights” reading
    5. Discuss “US Constitution and the Bill of Rights” reading
  4. Independent Practice:
    1. Use CLOSE READING STRATEGIES to interact and answer comprehension questions for “US Constitution and the Bill of Rights” reading

Assessment (Formal Assessment= FA and Informal Assessment= IA):      

  • IA: Checking TYPE 1 writings for 4 details and answer to TYPE 1 questions
  • IA: class discussion about “US Constitution and the Bill of Rights” reading

Learner Outcome:

  • Students will be able to write TYPE 1 papers correctly
  • Students will be able to describe the importance of the U.S. Constitution based on various documents

Tuesday September 19th, 2017 ***There will be a substitute teacher teaching class today***

Standard(s)/Benchmark(s):

Objective: I-Canwrite TYPE 1 papers correctly, identify 4 important details from Channel One News, use documents to better understand the United States Constitution, and use CLOSE READING STRATEGIES to interact with and comprehend text.

Essential Question: What is the U.S. Constitution and why is it important to you?

Activities:

  1. Warm-Up: Watch Channel One News and write down 4 details using TYPE 1 writing format
  2. Accessing Prior Knowledge: Type 1 questions- What is the United States Constitution?
  3. Whole Group:
    1. Review what the US Constitution is
    2. Introduce “Excerpt from the U.S. Constitution, Article II” document and assignment
    3. Discuss “Excerpt from the U.S. Constitution, Article II” comprehension questions
    4. Introduce “Michael Beschloss’ Comments on the New Encasement of Page 2 of the Constitution” document and assignment
    5. Discuss “Michael Beschloss’ Comments on the New Encasement of Page 2 of the Constitution” comprehension questions
  4. Independent Practice:
    1. Use CLOSE READING STRATEGIES to interact and answer comprehension questions for “Excerpt from the U.S. Constitution, Article II” and “Michael Beschloss’ Comments on the New Encasement of Page 2 of the Constitution”

Assessment (Formal Assessment= FA and Informal Assessment= IA):      

  • IA: Checking TYPE 1 writings for 4 details and answer to TYPE 1 questions
  • IA: class discussion about “Excerpt from the U.S. Constitution, Article II” and “Michael Beschloss’ Comments on the New Encasement of Page 2 of the Constitution” comprehension questions

Learner Outcome:

  • Students will be able to write TYPE 1 papers correctly
  • Students will be able to describe the importance of the U.S. Constitution based on various documents

HOMEWORK


Wednesday September 20th, 2017

Standard(s)/Benchmark(s): 7 – H1.2.1 Explain how historians use a variety of sources to explore the past (e.g., artifacts, primary and secondary sources including narratives, technology, historical maps, visual/mathematical quantitative data, radiocarbon dating, DNA analysis).

 Objective: I-Canwrite TYPE 1 papers correctly, identify 4 important details from Channel One News, Identify places on a map, and label places on a map.

Key Content Terms: Archaeologist, historian, geographer, artifact, prehistoric, ritual

Essential Question: How do social scientists interpret the past?

Activities:

  1. Warm-Up: Watch Channel One News and write down 4 details using TYPE 1 writing format
  2. Accessing Prior Knowledge: Investigating the Past Preview Activity
  3. Whole Group:
    1. Introduce Geography Skills activity for Unit 1
    2. Discuss Investigating the Past Preview Activity
  4. Independent Practice:
    1. Investigating the Past Preview Activity
    2. Geography Skills Map Activity

Assessment (Formal Assessment= FA and Informal Assessment= IA):      

  • IA: Checking TYPE 1 writings for 4 details and answer to TYPE 1 questions
  • IA: Discussing Investigating the Past Preview Activity
  • IA: Geography Skills Map

Learner Outcome:

  • Students will be able to write TYPE 1 papers correctly
  • Students will be able identify and label places on a map

Thursday September 21st, 2017

Standard(s)/Benchmark(s): 7 – H1.2.1 Explain how historians use a variety of sources to explore the past (e.g., artifacts, primary and secondary sources including narratives, technology, historical maps, visual/mathematical quantitative data, radiocarbon dating, DNA analysis).

 Objective: I-Canwrite TYPE 1 papers correctly, identify 4 important details from Channel One News, and create Vocabulary maps for Chapter 1 Key Content Terms

Key Content Terms: Archaeologist, historian, geographer, artifact, prehistoric, ritual

Essential Question: How do social scientists interpret the past?

Activities:

  1. Warm-Up: Watch Channel One News and write down 4 details using TYPE 1 writing format
  2. Accessing Prior Knowledge: Type 1 Questions: What is a Vocabulary Map?
  3. Whole Group:
    1. Introduce Vocabulary Maps for Key Content Terms
    2. Discuss Key Content Terms for Chapter 1
  4. Independent Practice:
    1. Vocabulary Maps

Assessment (Formal Assessment= FA and Informal Assessment= IA):      

  • IA: Checking TYPE 1 writings for 4 details and answer to TYPE 1 questions
  • IA: Discussing Key Content Terms for Chapter 1
  • IA: Vocabulary Maps

Learner Outcome:

  • Students will be able to write TYPE 1 papers correctly
  • Students will comprehend Chapter 1 key content terms

HOMEWORK


Friday September 22nd, 2017

Standard(s)/Benchmark(s): 7 – H1.2.1 Explain how historians use a variety of sources to explore the past (e.g., artifacts, primary and secondary sources including narratives, technology, historical maps, visual/mathematical quantitative data, radiocarbon dating, DNA analysis).

 Objective: I-Canwrite TYPE 1 papers correctly, identify 4 important details from Channel One News, and create Vocabulary maps for Chapter 1 Key Content Terms

Key Content Terms: Archaeologist, historian, geographer, artifact, prehistoric, ritual

Essential Question: How do social scientists interpret the past?

Activities:

  1. Warm-Up: Watch Channel One News and write down 4 details using TYPE 1 writing format
  2. Accessing Prior Knowledge: Review Game for Chapter 1 Key Content Terms
  3. Whole Group:
    1. Investigating the Past PowerPoint
    2. Introduce Social Studies Interactive Student Notebook (ISN)
    3. Introduce Section 2 and 3 ISN Activity
    4. Discuss Section 2 and 3 ISN Activity
    5. Introduce Section 4 and 5 ISN Activity
    6. Discuss Section 4 and 5 ISN Activity
  4. Independent Practice:
    1. Complete Section 2 and 3 ISN Activity
    2. Complete Section 4 and 5 ISN Activity

Assessment (Formal Assessment= FA and Informal Assessment= IA):      

  • IA: Checking TYPE 1 writings for 4 details and answer to TYPE 1 questions
  • IA: class discussion about Sections 2-5 Activities
  • IA: ISN Activities for sections 2-5

Learner Outcome:

  • Students will be able to write TYPE 1 papers correctly
  • Students learn how social scientists reconstruct the lives of prehistoric humans by examining images of cave paintings and other artifacts.
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