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Purpose: To establish expectations for developing, implementing, and evaluating lesson plans to support the delivery of explicit instruction to improve student achievement and success. 1st Grade Team Time: 9:55-10:40 Week of: September 4-7, 2018 Unit of Study/Topic: Unit 1, School Then and Now, Ruby Bridges Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Direct Explanation Explain what students should know and be able to do and how they will be assessed Content Standards No School SS1H1- Read about and describe the life of Ruby Bridges in American History. SS1G1- Describe how each historic figure in SS1H1a was influenced by his or her time and place. (Southern US) SS1H1- Read about and describe the life of Ruby Bridges in American History. ELAGSE1RI10- With prompting and support, students read informational text. SS1H1- Read about and describe the life of Ruby Bridges in American History. B) Describe how everyday life of these historical figures is similar to and different from everyday life in the present.
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