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LESSON PLAN: Unit 2 Lesson 1: Population Name: Rob Perkovich GENERAL INFORMATION Lesson Title & Subject(s): Population Topic or Unit of Study: Pre- Unit Lesson 3 Grade/Level: 9 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 lesson will take part over 2 days. All students will have pen/pencil, one sheet of notebook paper arranged for Cornell style notes, and (5) 3x5 cards for vocabulary words and partner quiz. Direct Instruction method using overhead PowerPoint projection will be used as well as partner work and partner quizzes. This class has ELL students ranging in level from ELL 2-4 STANDARDS, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Your State Core Curriculum/Student Achievement Standard(s): Describe the dynamics of populations and answer questions like: Where do people live and why ? Describe the recent history of the regions, including political divisions and systems, key leaders, religious issues, natural features, resources, and population patterns . Lesson Goal(s): Students will be able to define in writing: o Population Density o Physiologic Population Density o Population Distribution o Census Students will be able to identify the 4 largest population concentration zones o East Asia, South Asia, Europe, North America
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