Instructional Plan Angie Ford 5th Grade Daily Learning Date HOT Questions Targets Instructional Activities Assessment Date: September 17-21 Monday How did the French, the I can use primary and Students will examine primary and Exit Slip: Compare and contrast the English, and the Native secondary sources to secondary sources to discover how the French and English interactions with Americans use identify interactions geography of North America promoted and Native Americans using at least one competition, between the Native limited human activities. They will compare of the four C’s (competition, cooperation, conflict, Americans, the and contrast the ways that the French fur cooperation, conflict, or and compromise to French, and the trappers and the English settlers interacted compromise) as they consider the fur address their English. I can with Native Americans. trade and the European arrival in relationship during the compare the ways North America. fur trade in North that the French and America? English interacted with Native Americans. Tuesday How did God, gold, and I can analyze images, Students will consider three causes for the Exit slip: How did God, gold, and glory cause the Age of sort cultural, political, Europeans to explore the New World: God, glory cause the Age of Exploration? Exploration? and economic causes gold, and glory. These cultural, economic, that led explorers to and political causes influenced the come ot the New geographic endeavors during the Age of World. Exploration. Students will also learn how advances in technology made exploration more efficient. Daily Learning Date HOT Questions Targets Instructional Activities Assessment Wednesday Review for Native American and Explorer Test Thursday Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing Trip to WKU Leave at 7:30 a.m. Daily Learning Date HOT Questions Targets Instructional Activities Assessment Friday CMA # 1 Native Americans and Explorers Notes: Sub on Monday, Sept. 17. Transition observation of Karen Copas, 6th Grade Social Studies Teacher. Instructional Plan Angie Ford 4th Grade Daily Learning Date HOT Questions Targets Instructional Activities Assessment Date:September 17-21 Monday Why was Daniel Boone I can identify diverse Students watch a video about Daniel Boone 220.127.116.11 Thoughtful Ed. Strategy- 1- an important person for groups of people that Stands for the big idea, 2-stands for Kentucky history? explored in Kentucky. important details, 3- stands for personal connections, 4-stands for questions students have about the content Tuesday Do you think that all I can describe various Bell ringer-geography skills, Remind Exit slip: What was the most difficult diverse groups of people forms of interactions students that they learned that people part of being a settler in Kentucky? settling in Kentucky will between settlers and came to Kentucky because of the rich get along? What types of others (Native resources and land. Students work in problems can you Americans, enslaved groups again using a new set of placards to predict will happen? persons, or other explore the interactions of the following settlers). groups of people in KY: explorers with other explorers, enslaved persons with settlers, settlers with other settlers, and Native Americans with settlers. *When students finish they can work on Geography menu. Daily Learning Date HOT Questions Targets Instructional Activities Assessment Wednesday How did the I can use geographic Bell ringer-geography skills, Students begin Maps tell a story organzier environment influence tools to locate early the lesson by predicting where the first the first settlement in settlements. settlements in Kentucky were made, based Kentucky? on geographic clues.Use the three maps and graphic organizer to have students analyze why these locations (Fort Boonesborough and Fort Harrod) were suitable for a settlement, infer why the settlers chose these locations, what inferences can you make about how the settlers used the environment. Thursday Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing play @ WKU Leaving at 7:30 Daily Learning Date HOT Questions Targets Instructional Activities Assessment Friday How did the settlers I can use geographic Bell ringer-geography skills, students make Exit slip: How was the location of the depend on, adapt to, tools to locate early a 3 column chart in their notebooks before early settlements important to the and modify their settlements. watching the Virtual Fieldtrip to Fort Harrod settlers' way of life? environment to meet and Fort Boonesborough. Students will their needs? record and share some of the ways that the settlers depended upon, adapted to, and modified their environment. Notes: I will have a sub on Monday. I will be observing Karen Copass, 6th grade social studies teacher as part of the transition project for this year.
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