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Teaching to All Students: Differentiation in ClassroomDrew RosaGrand Canyon University: ELM-5509/18/2019
Social Studies DifferentiationPart 1: Lesson PlanSocial studies standard: SS.3.HC.4.11Describe how individuals, groups, (e.g.socioeconomic differences, ethnic groups, and social groups including individuals who areAmerican Indian/Alaska Native/Native Hawaiian or Americans of African, Asian, PacificIsland, Chicano, Latino, or Middle Eastern descent) and religious groups, and othertraditionally marginalized groups (women, people with disabilities, immigrants, refugees, andindividuals who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender), events and developments haveshaped the communities and regions.Arts standard:VA.1.CR1.4.3Constructively use and explore materials in creating a work ofart or design to communicate an idea.Grade level: 4rdGradeGrade level:Social studies standard:Arts standard:Learning objective:1-2 learning objectives:Given multiple resources such as books and websites, students willbe able to identify 3 the 9 recognized tribes of Oregon and create a display showcasing 3important details about each tribe with 100% accuracy.Description of the learning activity that integrates social studies and the arts (100-150words):I will show a small introduction video about the 9 Tribes of Oregon that showcaseswho the first people here were. I will then explain to students that they will be workingtogether to discover these tribes and again to share them with their peers. I will let studentsknow that their job is to become experts in one tribe. I will then show them an example of