VIEWS: 74 PAGES: 4 POSTED ON: 11/24/2010
Name: Melissa Preston School Building: Union City High School School District/Other School Agency: Union City Area Submitting Interme diate Unit: I.U.#5 E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Project Name: TAS 2005 Planned Instruction Title: Political Cartoon for the Progressive Presidents (T. Roosevelt, Wm. Taft, W. Wilson) Grade Level: Primary (K-3) Intermediate (4-6) Middle High School Other Expected Instructional Time: 2 blocks (168 minutes) Key Words: Progressive presidents, T. Roosevelt, Wm. Taft, W. Wilson, Thomas Nast, political cartoons Standard Content Areas: To access the PA State Standards visit the following Web site http://www.pde.state.pa.us/stateboard_ed/cwp/view.asp?a=3&Q=76716&stateboard_edNav=|5467| (Check all that apply.) Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening Mathematics Science & Technology Environment & Ecology Civics & Government Geography History Economics Arts & Humanities Career Education & Work (proposed) Health, Safety & Physical Education Family & Consumer Sciences World Languages (proposed) Other PA Standard or Proposed Standard Academic Standards for History (2002) Standard Category Number and Name: 8.1.9 Historical Analysis and Skills Development 8.3.9 United States History Standard Grade Level, Letter, and Standard State ment: Grade 9 8.1.9.C and 8.3.9.A Grade 12 8.1.12.C and 8.3.12.A PA Standard or Proposed Standard Academic Standards for Reading, Writing, and Listening (1998) 1.6.11 A, C Speaking and Listening Technology Standard: To access the ISTE Standards visit the following Web site http://cnets.iste.org/students/sstands.html.ical, PA Standard or Proposed Standard: 1. Basic operations and concepts 2. Social, ethical, human issues 3. Technology productivity tools 4. Technology communications tools 5. Technology research tools Learning Objectives and Summative Assessment: PERFORMANCE SUMMATIVE LEARNING INDICATORS/ ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES STUDENT WORK TOOL *Research and create a *Completion and *See rubric below political cartoon on an presentation of their assigned progressive political cartoon president *Individual objectives will vary depending on what president is being used. *Objectives: see other sheet Place Your Assessment Tool Here Ms. Preston 9th gr. U. S. History Rubric Political Cartoon CATA GORIES: GRA DING SCA LE: 1. Creati vity 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 *Ext remely clever to little creat ive energy used 2. Content Accuracy 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 *Co mpletely accurate to inaccurate facts 3. Presentati on/Write -Up 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 *Engaging and interesting to not organized, prepared 4. Ti me on Task 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 *No off topic conversation to not utilizing class time efficiently 5. Overall Appearance 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 *Work worthy of a 9th grader COMMENTS: __________________________________________________ STUDENTS’ NAME(S); __________________________________________ Block___________ GRA DE_______________ Overvie w: The students will be divided into dyads or triads and create a political cartoon of one of the Progressive Presidents. The students will research political cartoons on the internet and will present their cartoons to their peers. Procedure: Day 1: *Divide students into dyads/triads *Assign groups a section from chapter 9 in the textbook *Students will read the assigned section as a group *Students will complete the written assignment for their specific section *Students will brainstorm and create a rough draft of their political cartoon Day 2: *Students will present their rough draft for approval *Students will create their group cartoon * Students will present their cartoons for their classmates **Students will have internet access in order to research their group topic and to locate sample political cartoons that pertain to their topic. Materials: Textbook, Examples of Political cartoons, lab time, white construction paper, colored pencils, (art supplies) Instructional Activities: Creating a political cartoon Inte rventions : Follow accommodations from the student’s IEP, if applicable Extensions: Identify a website that is pertinent to the progressive presidents and share your findings with the class. Reflections: Cartoonist Techniques Caricature- distorting or exaggerating an individual’s physical features. Stereotyping- making oversimplified, exaggerated, or unfavorable generalizations about a particular group of people. Symbols- using signs or objective to stand for an idea. Labels- using words to identify elements of the cartoon Exaggeration- portraying an individual or situation as “larger than life” Objectives Section 1 *Explain how Roosevelt tried to balance the needs of both business and labor. *Describe what Roosevelt did to regulate businesses and railroads. *Identify why Roosevelt and others contributed to the conservation movement. Section 2 *Explain how William Howard Taft’s administration was similar to and different from Roosevelt’s administration. *Examine why the Progressives turned against President Taft in the 1912 election. *Identify the events that took place during the election of 1912. Section 3 *Describe some characteristics of President Wilson’s administration. *Identify the economic reforms Wilson pursued. *Explain how Wilson tried to regulate corporations.
"Political Cartoon for the Progressive Presidents"