Lesson Plan TEMPLATE by u2iYRnM

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									                            Lesson Plan Contest 2012
                                    Template


Lesson Title:

Author(s):

School or Affiliation, Location:

Grade(s)/Subject(s): (Grades 4 through 12 only.)
Timeframe:

Lesson Summary: (Write this last.)




Artwork(s) on Which Lesson is Based: (One or 2 recommended; maximum of 3. Provide
information specified below for each work of art.)


                                             Artist Name:
                                             Title/Date:
  Insert Image from Civilwarinart.org        Medium:
                                             Dimensions:
                                             Museum or Collection Name:




Essential Questions or Big Ideas: (Limited to 2–5 bullet points.)
Key Information for Understanding the Artwork(s) (Please cite sources below): (Provide
key information related to your lesson topic/theme for each artwork—about 3–5 bullet points for
each category below. Please site your sources using Chicago Manual of Style protocols.)

   Historical Context




   About the Artwork




   About the Artist




National Standards and Lesson-Specific Objectives: (Use one or more of the following:
Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts, National Standards for Arts Education,
National History Standards from National Center for History in the Schools; and/or National
Council for the Social Studies standards. Limited to 3–5 standards. Provide identifying
numbers/letters, and complete text for each standard.)

Standards                                        Objectives—Students will…




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Vocabulary Students Will Learn:




Resources and Materials Needed for Lesson:




Classroom Activities Aligned with Standards and Objectives: (Optional: Add/expand
sections below as needed and attach any worksheets, copies of other primary and secondary
source materials, and/or any resource lists.)

Day 1:




Day 2:




Day 3:




Day 4:




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Day 5:




Assessment(s):




    (Attach as appendices any worksheets, copies of other primary and secondary source
                       materials, and any resource lists as needed.)




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