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									Teacher Resource Guide                                                                                        Date: 07-21-08

Subject: _Social Studies________________________                                                Grade:_6_________________

Measurable Instructional Goal: The students will describe physical characteristics, such as climate, topography,
relationship to water and ecosystems; and human characteristics, such as people’s education, language, diversity,
economies, religions, settlement patterns, ethnic background and political system.

Grade Level Expectation: 2.0 G5c. Describe physical characteristics, such as climate, topography, relationship to
water and ecosystems and human characteristics, such as people’s education, language, diversity, economies,
religions, settlement patterns, ethnic background and political system (DOK-1) CA IL1c. Record relevant
information using a variety of note-taking and organizational strategies

Cross Curricular Integration: Physical Science, Communication Arts

Strand: CA: Information Literacy MA: none SC: none SS: Geographical Studies FA: none H/PE: none


Level of Expectation: Mastered                                                       Time: multiple sessions

Content Standards:                                                                   Process Standards:
SS      5      none              none         none   none                            1.10    none.none               none.none

none       none        none      none         none   none                            none.none            none.none             none.none

Bloom’s:          Knowledge              Comprehension            Application             Analysis           Synthesis           Evaluation

Frameworks : I.A, III.D, III.E


CONCEPT Concept: (a 1 or 2 word phrase concisely representing what is being taught in the objective {e.g., fair division, formal writing,
mapping skills, force and motion, culture}.
Understanding the Concept of Place




INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES* Instructional Method: (a brief description of the method used to instruct the objective (e.g.,
lecture, discovery learning).
Strategy 1: whole group instruction

Strategy 2: small group-flexible

Strategy 3: technology integration

Other:




STUDENT PERFORMANCES/PRODUCTS : Students will use the Internet, their textbook, and other media
sources (such as National Geographic) to answer questions in a small group setting based on the definition of
place.
LEVEL OF EXPECTATION Level of Expectation: (is a percent or fraction representing the level at which a student must perform
in order to have successfully mastered an objective; ex. 3 or above on all components on the scoring guide). Include or make specific reference to
scoring guide.
Students will show mastery of the concept of place by acheiving a 9 out of 10 score on their small group
activity.




SPECIAL NEEDS Special Needs: (make notes of modifications made to accommodate students with special needs.)
Accomodation 1 : teacher's aide

Accomodation 2 : scribe

Accomodation 3 : extended time

Other :




TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION
NETS: 1. Technology as a research tool                  2. Technology as a communication tool


Strategy 1: Research/info seeking               Strategy 2: Multimedia support for lecture

Other:


WORKPLACE/JOB-PREPAREDNESS COMPETENCIES:
Competency 1:Writing/speaking standard English

Competency 2: Cooperating with others

Other: Using Technology as a Tool




EQUITY (Gender equity; racial/ethnic equity)

   Gender equity                    Racial/ethnic equity                          Disability awareness and equity

   Technology                       Research/information-seeking skills
ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES Assessment Activity:
Assessment 1: Teacher Observation

Assessment 2: none

Other: Small group activity

Assessment Method:                                SR                       CR                 PE                    WP


ACTIVITIES Learning Activity: (a brief description of what kinds of activities will be used in the course of the instruction of this objective
{e.g., group discussion, word search, conducting a chemical experiment).
Students will participate in a classroom discussion while taking notes (processing information). Students will use these
notes along with the technology and other multimedia to complete a small group assignment. This assignment will
require students to describe a given location and label its characteristics as physical or human.


RESOURCES Resources: (this allows you to make note of textbooks, handouts, websites, or videos used.)
McGraw Hill textbook Internet
National Geographic
C - Encyclopedia Britannica


Please code resources which are school property: L=Library GR=Guided Reading Library C=Classroom



CORRECTION EXERCISES Correction Exercise: (activities that are used to help students who are struggling with a particular topic.)
Tutoring before/after school.




Enrichment Exercise: Enrichment Exercises (activities that allow students to go one step further to explore deeper meaning of an
objective).
Compare America as a place from Americans' viewpoints and other countries' viewpoints.

								
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