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Lesson Plans 01/14/19 to 01/18/19


Monday January 14th, 2019

Common Core Learning Standard(s) Addressed:

Learning Target(s)/Objective: (What will students know & be able to do as a result of this lesson?)

Section 2: Government in Athens PowerPoint Slides

The Big Idea The people of Athens tried many different forms of government before creating a democracy.

Aristocrats and Tyrants ruled early Athens.

Athens created the world’s first democracy.

Ancient democracy was different than modern democracy.

I Can: explain how Cleisthenes used Democracy

I Can: List reasons why Pericles was well liked by the Athenian people.

 

Bell Ringer:

  1. Who was the father of democracy in Athens?
  2. Why was a smaller council of officials necessary?

Guided Practice:

Teacher will introduce PowerPoint slides on Chapter 8 Section 2 to the class.

Teacher will go over each slide in depth while they are presented to the class.

Content-Specific Vocabulary:

Section 2: democracy, aristocrats, oligarchy, citizens, tyrant, Pericles

 

Independent Practice: Students will copy the PowerPoint slides down on Chapter 8 Section 2, Government in Athens, while the teacher goes over them with the class.

Students will complete the Chapter 8 Section 2 assessment questions on p.241 if they haven’t already completed them.

Students will read Chapter 8 Section 3. P.242-249.

Academic Vocabulary: influence, vary, structure, innovation, procedure, Describe, Focus, Conclude, Review, Imply

Formative Assessment: Teacher Review, Oral questioning, Observations, Questioning and answers, Power point, Class discussion

Resources/Materials: (What texts, digital resources, & materials will be used in this lesson?)Power Point, Notebooks, Pencils, and computer.

Homework: STUDY DAILY! Complete all assignments that are not completed in class.

Modifications/Accommodations: Give notes to accommodate and shorten assignment. Clue students to stay on task, additional time on activities, use hands on activities, review old material before introducing new material.

 

Tuesday January 15th 2019

Common Core Learning Standard(s) Addressed:

Learning Target(s)/Objective: (What will students know & be able to do as a result of this lesson?) Section 2: Government in Athens

I Can: List three natural disasters.

I Can: Discuss Tyrannical rule of Ancient Athens.

The Big Idea The people of Athens tried many different forms of government before creating a democracy.

Main Ideas:

Aristocrats and Tyrants ruled early Athens.

Athens created the world’s first democracy.

Ancient democracy was different than modern democracy.

Bell Ringer

  1. What were Greek tyrants like?
  2. Why Athens considered at one point an oligarchy?

Guided Practice:

The Teacher will play an audio recording on Chapter 8 Section 2, Government in Athens. P.236-241.

The teacher will lecture the students on Chapter 8 Section 2.

Content-Specific Vocabulary:

Section 2: democracy, aristocrats, oligarchy, citizens, tyrant, Pericles

Independent Practice:

Students will listen to an audio recording of Chapter 8 Section 2, Government in Athens.

Students will read aloud and follow along while they are lectured on p.236-241, Government in Athens.

Students will answer Chapter 8 Section 2 Assessment questions on p.241. questions 1-3.

Academic Vocabulary:

influence, vary, structure, innovation, procedure, Describe, Focus, Conclude, Review, Imply, principles

Formative Assessment: Teacher Review, Oral questioning, Observations, Questioning and answers, Power point, Class discussion

Resources/Materials: (What texts, digital resources, & materials will be used in this lesson?)Power Point, Notebooks, Pencils, and computer.

Homework: STUDY DAILY! Complete all assignments that are not completed in class.

Modifications/Accommodations: Give notes to accommodate and shorten assignment. Clue students to stay on task, additional time on activities, use hands on activities, review old material before introducing new material.

 

 Wednesday January 16th 2019

Common Core Learning Standard(s) Addressed:

Learning Target(s)/Objective: (What will students know & be able to do as a result of this lesson?)

Teacher will introduce Section 3: Greek Mythology and Literature p.242

The Big Idea: The ancient Greeks created great myths and works of literature that influence the way we speak and write today. 

Main Ideas: The Greeks created myths to explain the world.

Ancient Greek literature provides some of the world’s greatest poems and stories.

Greek literature lives on and influences our world even today

I can: Describe and discuss the Greek Gods/Goddesses.

I can: Discuss the importance of Homer’s epics.

Bell Ringer:

  1. 1. List 3 Greek Gods/Goddesses.
  2. What was Zeus known for?

 

 

Guided Practice: Teacher will play an audio recording of Chapter 8 Section 3.

Teacher will lecture and read Chapter 8 Section 3.

Teacher will Introduce Section 3: Greek Mythology and Literature p.242

Content-Specific Vocabulary:

Section 3: mythology, Homer, Sappho, Aesop, fables

Independent Practice: Students will listen to audio recording of Chapter 8 Section 3.

Students will read aloud and listen to the teacher while they are lectured on Chapter 8 Section 3.

Students will do the Chapter 8 Section 3 assessment questions on p.249 #’s 1-3.

Also, Students will participate in class discussion on Chapter 8 Section 3.

Academic Vocabulary: vary, structure, innovation, procedure, Assume, Notice, Justify, Prove, Identify

Formative Assessment: Teacher Review, Oral questioning, Observations, Questioning and answers, Power point, Class discussion

Resources/Materials: (What texts, digital resources, & materials will be used in this lesson?)Power Point, Notebooks, Pencils, and computer.

Homework: STUDY DAILY! Complete all assignments that are not completed in class.

Modifications/Accommodations: Give notes to accommodate and shorten assignment. Clue students to stay on task, additional time on activities, use hands on activities, review old material before introducing new material

 

Thursday January 17th 2019

Common Core Learning Standard(s) Addressed:

Learning Target(s)/Objective: (What will students know & be able to do as a result of this lesson?)

The Big Idea: The ancient Greeks created great myths and works of literature that influence the way we speak and write today. 

Main Ideas: The Greeks created myths to explain the world.

Ancient Greek literature provides some of the world’s greatest poems and stories.

Greek literature lives on and influences our world even today

I Can: Discuss the Iliad and the Odyssey with my peers.

I can: Explain how a fable is meant to teach a lesson.

Bell Ringer:

  1. What were some events that the Greeks believed their gods were responsible for?
  2. How have recent writers been influenced by Homer’s poems?
  3. Who was the Odyssey about?

Guided Practice: The teacher will present the students with PowerPoint slides on Chapter 8 Section 3.

The teacher will discuss in depth each slide on Section 3.

Content-Specific Vocabulary:

Section 3: mythology, Homer, Sappho, Aesop, fables

Independent Practice: Students will copy down the PowerPoint slides on Chapter 8 Section 3.

Students will listen as the teacher goes over each slide on Section 3.

Students will complete the Section 3 assessment questions if they aren’t already done with it.

Academic Vocabulary:

Outline

Assume

Describe

Establish

Formative Assessment: Teacher Review, Oral questioning, Observations, Questioning and answers, Power point, Class discussion

Resources/Materials: (What texts, digital resources, & materials will be used in this lesson?)Power Point, Notebooks, Pencils, and computer.

Homework: STUDY DAILY! Complete all assignments that are not completed in class.

Modifications/Accommodations: Give notes to accommodate and shorten assignment. Clue students to stay on task, additional time on activities, use hands on activities, review old material before introducing new material

 

Friday January 18th 2019

Common Core Learning Standard(s) Addressed:

Learning Target(s)/Objective: (What will students know & be able to do as a result of this lesson?) 

Test data with administrators and Classworks in the Lab.

 

 

Bell Ringer:

Guided Practice: Teacher will assist class with Classworks and help the administrators explain test data.

Content-Specific Vocabulary:

Independent Practice: Students will go over test data and work on classworks.

Academic Vocabulary:

Review

Conclude

Formative Assessment: Teacher Review, Oral questioning, Observations, Questioning and answers, Power point, Class discussion

Resources/Materials: (What texts, digital resources, & materials will be used in this lesson?)pencils, and test