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SOCIAL 1Social Studies Differentiation PlanErin McLinskyGrand Canyon University: ELM 550October 31, 2018
SOCIAL 2Social Studies DifferentiationPart 1: Lesson PlanGrade level: 1stgradeSocial studies standard: Kansas Standards for History, Government, and Social Studies Standard 3: Societies are shaped by beliefs, ideas, and diversity.Arts standard: VA: Cr2.3.1 Identify and classify uses of everyday objects through drawings, diagrams, sculpture, or other visual means.Learning objective: Students will be able to identify the different kinds of landmarks in their neighborhood.1-2 learning objectives: The goal of the differentiated lesson is to keep students engaged and active within the lesson. The differentiation for the student who is above grade level would be to give them something extra to do regarding the topic. The student would be given a landmark to research and they would be able to draw a picture and tell the class about the landmark.This landmark would not be located in the local community. The on-grade level student would follow the traditional plan. The student who is below grade level would be able to participate within the traditional lesson because we are describing to all students what a landmark is and the walk around the neighborhood. However, below grade level students would only be required to draw the landmarks that they saw instead of having to write sentences. Description of the learning activity that integrates social studies and the arts (100-150 words): At the beginning of the lesson, students will learn what a landmark is. I will introduce the termlandmark to them and draw different types of landmarks on the board. I can also show students