Mr. Tillman’s Lesson Plans for Monday October 2nd, 2017 through Friday October 6th, 2017

Monday October 2nd, 2017 ***GUEST TEACHER***

Standard(s)/Benchmark(s):

 Objective: I-Canwrite TYPE 1 papers correctly, identify 4 important details from Channel One News, and use Close Reading Strategies to comprehend and interact with text.

Key Content Terms: anthropologist, hominid, capability, migrate

Essential Question: What Capabilities helped hominids survive?

Activities:

  1. Warm-Up: Watch Channel One News and write down 4 details using TYPE 1 writing format
  2. Accessing Prior Knowledge: Review Close Reading Strategies
  3. Whole Group:
    1. Introduce readings Lascaux Cave Paintings, Life During the Cenozoic Era, and Jane Goodall
  4. Independent Practice:
    1. Complete comprehension activities for Lascaux Cave Paintings, Life During the Cenozoic Era, and Jane Goodall readings

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

  • IA: Checking TYPE 1 writings for 4 details and answer to TYPE 1 questions
  • IA: Comprehension activities for Lascaux Cave Paintings, Life During the Cenozoic Era, and Jane Goodall readings

Learner Outcome:

  • Students will be able to write TYPE 1 papers correctly
  • Students will comprehend Lascaux Cave Paintings, Life During the Cenozoic Era, and Jane Goodall readings

Tuesday October 3rd, 2017

Standard(s)/Benchmark(s): 7-W1.1.1 Explain how and when human communities populated major regions of the Eastern Hemisphere (Africa, Australia, Europe, Asia) and adapted to a variety of environments.

 Objective: I-Canwrite TYPE 1 papers correctly, identify 4 important details from Channel One News, and create a Tree Map to classify early hominids

Key Content Terms: anthropologist, hominid, capability, migrate

Essential Question: What Capabilities helped hominids survive?

Activities:

Warm-Up: Watch Channel One News and write down 4 details using TYPE 1 writing format

  1. Accessing Prior Knowledge: Review Game for Chapter 2 Key Content Terms
  2. Whole Group:
    1. Early Hominids PowerPoint
    2. Introduce Tree Maps
    3. Discuss Classifications of early hominids
  3. Independent Practice:
    1. Complete Branches of the Tree Map for Early Hominids

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

  • IA: Checking TYPE 1 writings for 4 details and answer to TYPE 1 questions
  • IA: Early Hominid Tree Map

Learner Outcome:

  • Students will be able to write TYPE 1 papers correctly
  • Students will be able to classify Early Hominids and compare and contrast them.

HOMEWORK


Wednesday October 4th, 2017

Standard(s)/Benchmark(s): 7-W1.1.1 Explain how and when human communities populated major regions of the Eastern Hemisphere (Africa, Australia, Europe, Asia) and adapted to a variety of environments.

 Objective: I-Canwrite TYPE 1 papers correctly, identify 4 important details from Channel One News, and create a Tree Map to classify early hominids

Key Content Terms: anthropologist, hominid, capability, migrate

Essential Question: What Capabilities helped hominids survive?

Activities:

  1. Warm-Up: Watch Channel One News and write down 4 details using TYPE 1 writing format
  2. Accessing Prior Knowledge: Review Australopithecus Afarensis and Homo Habilis
  3. Whole Group:
    1. Early Hominids PowerPoint
    2. Review Tree Maps
    3. Discuss Classifications of early hominids
  4. Independent Practice:
    1. Complete Branches of the Tree Map for Early Hominids

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

  • IA: Checking TYPE 1 writings for 4 details and answer to TYPE 1 questions
  • IA: Early Hominid Tree Map

Learner Outcome:

  • Students will be able to write TYPE 1 papers correctly
  • Students will be able to classify Early Hominids and compare and contrast them

Thursday October 5th, 2017

Standard(s)/Benchmark(s): 7-W1.1.1 Explain how and when human communities populated major regions of the Eastern Hemisphere (Africa, Australia, Europe, Asia) and adapted to a variety of environments.

 Objective: I-Canwrite TYPE 1 papers correctly, identify 4 important details from Channel One News, create a poster of an early Hominid

Key Content Terms: anthropologist, hominid, capability, migrate

Essential Question: What Capabilities helped hominids survive?

Activities:

  1. Warm-Up: Watch Channel One News and write down 4 details using TYPE 1 writing format
  2. Accessing Prior Knowledge: Review Homo Erectus and Homo Sapiens Neanderthalensis
  3. Whole Group:
    1. Review Tree Maps
    2. Discuss Classifications of early hominids
    3. Introduce Chapter 2 Processing Activity
  4. Independent Practice:
    1. Complete Branches of the Tree Map for Early Hominids
    2. Early Hominid Poster

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

  • IA: Completed Tree Map
  • IA: Completed Hominid Poster

Learner Outcome:

  • Students will be able to write TYPE 1 papers correctly
  • Students will be able to classify Early Hominids and compare and contrast them

HOMEWORK


Friday October 6th, 2017

Standard(s)/Benchmark(s): 7-W1.1.1 Explain how and when human communities populated major regions of the Eastern Hemisphere (Africa, Australia, Europe, Asia) and adapted to a variety of environments.

Objective: I-Canwrite TYPE 1 papers correctly, identify 4 important details from Channel One News, and complete Chapter 2 Assessment

Key Content Terms: anthropologist, hominid, capability, migrate

Essential Question: What Capabilities helped hominids survive?

Activities:

  1. Warm-Up: Watch Channel One News and write down 4 details using TYPE 1 writing format
  2. Accessing Prior Knowledge: Assessment
  3. Whole Group:
    1. Review Test CHAMPS

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

  • FA: Vocabulary Quiz and Chapter 2 Test

Learner Outcome:

  • Students will be able to write TYPE 1 papers correctly
  • Students will able to answer how social scientist interpret the past
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