Monday, March 2, 2015

Lesson Plans for the Week of March 2, 2015- March 7, 2015

Lesson Plans for the Week of March 2, 2015- March 7, 2015
Mr. Bish

Social Studies/ Science/ Non - Fiction Literacy

Monday Morning Meeting Procedure As Usual

Monday, March 2, 2015  A Day

Focus: Ancient Rome-

History Channel - Ancient Rome- This link offers amazing information about ancient Rome.

Objectives: As a results of the lesson students will..

1.) Student will preview Pages 254-278 using pictures and captions.

2.) Generate a K-W-L to demonstrate prior knowledge about ancient Rome.

3.) Write down what the know about ancient Rome, and generate questions about what they want to learn about ancient  Rome.

Lesson Overview- Students will use their Social Studies text and preview captions and share what they know about ancient Rome. Students will then create a K-W-L chart to demonstrate prior knowledge about ancient Rome and generate questions about what they want to learn about ancient Rome.

Evidence of Learning- Create K-W-L chart.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015 B-Day

Videos About Ancient Rome

Vocabulary Activity- Using context clues to find the meaning of words.  Strategy Read Around the Word.

Objectives-  As a result of the lesson students will...

1.) Use their non fiction text to define terms using context clues.

2.) Work in groups to write down definitions and come up with their own meanings. 

Vocab Exploration:  











Wednesday, March 4, 2015  C - Day 

Skiing At Titus Mountain - 8:30-2:30

Students will go skiing at Titus Mountain as part of their physical education class. 
Titus Mountain-WebSite

Thursday, March 5, 2015 - D- Day

Vocabulary Assessment- Pages 254-260

Objectives for the Lesson: As a result of the lesson students will...

Demonstrate knowledge of vocabulary terms for pages 254-260.

Close read pages 256-260- Cite Evidence
Name: _________________________________ Date:__________________ Homeroom:__________
Direction:  Use the word bank below to write the correct vocabulary term next to the correct definition.

1.__________________________ self-governing regions that Romans divided and ruled.

2.__________________________ a form of government where citizens elected leaders to make decisions for them.

3.__________________________ the upper class of Roman citizens that were decedents from early settlers.

4.__________________________ special officials selected by the Plebeians after they walked out of Rome.

5.___________________________ to refuse to agree to, any laws that were not liked.

6.___________________________ a group of consuls that advised the governing body.

7.____________________________ two elected chief official elected every year.

8._____________________________ a leader with complete authority

9. _____________________________ this lower class was made up of merchants, craft workers, soldiers and farmers.

Bonus: Using your text on page 256 answer the following question: Explain why the area around Rome was a good place to settle?  Cite with evidence.

Friday, March 6, 2015 D Day

Timelines of Roman Republic

Objectives: As a result of the lesson students will...

1.Research dates from 100 b.c. to 45 b.c. to find significant dates of the Roman republic.

2.Organize dates to create a timeline from 1000 b.c. to 45 b.c.

3. Summarize events on timeline

Lesson Overview :  Students will learn about timelines and how events move from 1000 b.c to 45 b.c. Students will work together to find dates from 1000 b.c. to 45 b.c.. Students will organize events in order. Students will create a timeline.

- MUST HAVE A TITLE- Roman Republic




Evidence of Learning:

Create a timeline. Assessment- Individual grades and group grade on poster.