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Harper Elementary Lesson Plans 2019-2020 Teacher: Thames Grade: 1 SS: Unit Preview Date: August 19-23 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Setting the Stage for Learning Standard(s) SS1H1 Read about and describe the life of Ruby Bridges in American History. SS1G1D Describe how each historical figure was influences by his/her time and place. SS1CG1 : Describe how the historical figure in SS1H1H display positive character traits such as: fairness, respect for others, respect for the environment, courage, equality, tolerance, perseverance, and commitments. SS1H1 Read about and describe the life of Ruby Bridges in American History. SS1G1D Describe how each historical figure was influences by his/her time and place. SS1CG1 : Describe how the historical figure in SS1H1H display positive character traits such as: fairness, respect for others, respect for the environment, courage, equality, tolerance, perseverance, and commitments. SS1H1 Read about and describe the life of Ruby Bridges in American History. SS1G1D Describe how each historical figure was influences by his/her time and place. SS1CG1 : Describe how the historical figure in SS1H1H display positive character traits such as: fairness, respect for others, respect for the environment, courage, equality, tolerance, perseverance, and commitments. SS1H1 Read about and describe the life of Ruby Bridges in American History. SS1G1D Describe how each historical figure was influences by his/her time and place. SS1CG1 : Describe how the historical figure in SS1H1H display positive character traits such as: fairness, respect for others, respect for the environment, courage, equality, tolerance, SS1H1 Read about and describe the life of Ruby Bridges in American History. SS1G1D Describe how each historical figure was influences by his/her time and place. SS1CG1 : Describe how the historical figure in SS1H1H display positive character traits such as: fairness, respect for others, respect for the environment, courage, equality, tolerance, perseverance, and commitments.
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perseverance, and commitments. Learning Target(s) I can draw conclusions and make reasonable predications about the content and concepts that will be covered in the upcoming unit. I can draw conclusions and make reasonable predications about the content and concepts that will be covered in the upcoming unit. I can draw conclusions and make reasonable predications about the content and concepts that will be covered in the upcoming unit. I can draw conclusions and make reasonable predications about the content and concepts that will be covered in the upcoming unit. I can draw conclusions and make reasonable predications about the content and concepts that will be covered in the upcoming unit. Modeling ( think aloud, demonstrations, experiments, etc. using language of the standard ) * Using the Library of Congress’ Primary Source Analysis Tool complete the following steps related to clue #2: v/teachers/usingp rimarysources/res ources/Primary_So urce_Analysis_Tool .pdf Step 1: OBSERVE Ask students to identify and note details.
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