WHY DO WE HAVE THANKSGIVING? By Brashear, Karen Mullins, Cheri Parrish, & Elizabeth Sherrow Booker T.Washington Montessori Magnet DO WE HAVE THANKSGIVING?
ACADEMIC MAKE SENSE OF THE VARIETY OF MATERIAL THEY WRITE USING APPROPRIATE FORMS, CONVENTIONS, AND STYLES TO COMMUNICATE IDEAS AND INFORMATION TO DIFFERENT AUDIENCES FOR DIFFERENT PURPOSES.
2.16: STUDENTS OBSERVE, ANALYZE, AND INTREPRET HUMAN BEHAVIORS, SOCIAL GROUPINGS, AND INSTITUTION TO BETTER UNDERSTAND PEOPLE AND THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG INDIVIDUALS AND AMONG GROUPS.
2.17: STUDENTS INTERACT EFFECTIVELY AND WORK COOPERATIVELY DIVERSE ETHNIC AND CULTURAL GROUPS OF OUR NATION AND WORLD.
2.20: STUDENTS UNDERSTAND, ANALYZE, AND INTERPRET HISTORICAL EVENTS, CONDITIONS, TRENDS, AND ISSUES TO DEVELOP HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES
ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: How has Thanksgiving changed over time? How has the Pilgrim-Native American relationship affected how we celebrate Thanksgiving? Who are the Pilgrims and the Native Americans?
Students will create a group presentation addressing the essential questions.
This presentation will demonstrate who the Pilgrims and Native Americans are and/or how they interacted with each other.They will also include how Thanksgiving began and/or how it has changed over time.
CONTENT KNOWLEDGE: 1) Social AdaptationsHuman Needs a) Holidays b) Celebrations c) Social Interactions 2) Change over time 3) Cultural Diversity a) Pilgrims b) Native Americans 4) Political/Religious Freedom
SKILLS AND PROCESSES: 1) Reading for information 2) Compare/contrast information 3) Using PowerPoint 4) Observing 5) Speaking and writing 6) Inferring 7) Evaluating cultural behavior/differences 8) Identification of wants and needs 9) Categorizing and classifying 10)
Internet exploration 11)
CRITICAL RESOURCES: Thanksgiving Pilgrim/ Native American books, videos, magazines, websites Research materialsCD rom, reference books, websites, Ky.
virtual library PowerPoint, Microsoft Word,
Classroom and Computer lab computers Literary Book Club Digital Camera and camcorder, videotaping Software training
INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES: Week
Subject/Location Title Objective Description 1 Social Studies Intro to Pilgrims Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of Pilgrims Students will study Pilgrim culture, history, roles, when they came, how/why they came, impact on American 1 Computer Lab Intro to PowerPoint Students will learn the basics of PowerPoint.
Students will understand why PowerPoint is used.They including a graphic.1-2 Social Studies Intro to Native Americans Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of Native Americans.Students will study Native Americans culture, history, roles, impact on American history, and religious customs before impact of Pilgrims
Computer LabStartpresentation Students will begin to prepare presentation on given topic Students will create a single slide containing the info they researched and they will also insert a relevant 2-3
SocialStudies/Library/ Computer lab Holiday Students will be able to describe the first and why it is celebrated.Students will study the first Thanksgiving using CD et research, and use of Literary Book Club.2-3
Computer LabCompletepresentation Students will complete Students will complete
presentation.Students will practice giving presentation for their classmates.
Social will be able to describe the how/why the Thanksgiving Holiday has changed since its inception.Students will compare/contrast the first Thanksgiving to a modern day Thanksgiving.This will include similarities/ differences between Pilgrim and Native American ArtsThanksgivingReport Students will create a written report based on an assigned topic.Students will create a report on a Thanksgiving topic using previous research.4
Social StudiesPresentationSkills Students will learn the concepts of making a Students will learn how to make a presentation, using g skills, speaking, posture, eye contact, presentation.gestures, and clear voice.4
Social StudiesClassPresentation Student will complete presentation in front of class.Students stand in front of class discussing PowerPoint presentation, using previous presentation Includes all pertinent information Speaks clearly Maintains eye contact Proper display of materials Appropriate posturer/gesture Slide contains all pertinent information Information input independently Appropriate related graphic Information follows proper grammar mechanics Advances on to next slide correctly Contains pertinent information Information input independently Appropriate related graphic/or illustration Information follows proper grammar mechanics 3 Includes most pertinent information Speaks clearly Maintains eye contact
Slide contains most pertinent Information input with minimal Appropriate related graphic Information contains few errors Advances on to next slide correctly Contains most pertinent information Information input with minimal Appropriate related graphic/or illustration Information contains few grammatical and mechanical errors
2 Includes some pertinent Speaks clearly
Slide contains some pertinent Information input with some assistance Unrelated graphic Information contains some grammatical and mechanical errors Attempts to advance to the next Contains some pertinent information Information input with some assistance Unrelated graphic/and/or unrelated illustration Information contains some grammatical and mechanical errors
1 Students stands before class
Presents irrelevant information Slide contains little pertinent information Information input with some assistance No graphic Information contains grammatical Did not advance to the next slide correctly (needs assistance) Contains little pertinent information Information input with some No graphic Information contains grammatical
Levels 0 Non-participation Non-participation No evidence of content Non-participation Inappropriate content.
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