lesonplan.png - Backwards Design Lesson Plan Name Subject/Course Social Studies Topic lesson2 Communities Grade Level 3rd Desired Results Established

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Unformatted text preview: Backwards Design Lesson Plan Name: Subject/Course: Social Studies Topic: lesson2, Communities Grade Level: 3rd Desired Results Established Goal(s)/Target(s)- Students will be able to identify a community as a suburb. Students will be able to define the term "suburb". Students will understand what specific characteristics define a suburb community. Standard 1: Differentiate between urban, suburban, and rural regions. Assessment Objective: To identify a suburban community and its characteristics: not as big as a city many homes and fewer apartments fewer businesses than a city homes have grass. homes and businesses are farther apart Understanding (s): Students will understand there are different kinds of communities. Students will understand that each community can be identified by its characteristics. Essential Question (s): What is a suburb? How can you identify a suburban community? What characteristics identify a suburban community? What are the different kinds of communities? Assessment Evidence What is your evidence of Learning: Students' abilities to identify a suburban community by naming its characteristics. The teacher will listen to students' responses during whole-group discussion....
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  • Fall '08
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