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LESSON PLAN: Five Fact Friday Name: Rob Perkovich GENERAL INFORMATION Lesson Title & Subject(s): Five Fact Friday Topic or Unit of Study: Current Events Grade/Level: 9-12 Instructional Setting: Class size of (40) 9 th grade students in horseshoe seating arrangement with pathways that allow the teacher to move around and keep students focused and engaged through proximity. This will occur every Friday. All students will have “5 Fact Friday” worksheet (provided by teacher) Student led activity This class has ELL students ranging in level from ELL 2-4 STANDARDS, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Your State Core Curriculum/Student Achievement Standard(s): State Content Standard Students analyze the major social problems and domestic policy issues in contemporary American society. State Language Standard Presenting Plan and deliver brief oral presentations and reports on grade-appropriate topics that present evidence and facts to support ideas. Lesson Goal(s): Students will be able to identify news worthy information about the world culled from their preferred choice of media (internet/ print media). Students will be able to present news worthy information orally to class with 80% clarity (speaking voice and word usage.) Students will be able to critically analyze what makes this information news worthy (how it impacts society either American society or their home nation.)
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