KidLitLessonPlan

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Elizabeth Spartas, Margaret Shipe, Hannah Ziegler, Stepfanie McCarrey 19 April 2011 Grade: 4 Lewis and Clark I. Content/Objectives: a. Teacher Objective: Students will be able to state the purpose of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Students will be able to create a timeline with the start, end, and two b. Student Target: b.i. b.ii. “I can create a timeline with the start, end, and two other important dates c. EALR/GLEs: c.i. EALR 4.1.1 Understands and creates timelines to show how historical events are organized into time periods and eras. II. Materials a. Book: Seaman’s Journal by Patricia Reeder Eubank III. Instructions Procedures: a. Anticipatory Set: a.i. Read Seaman’s Journal to the class b. Teaching Procedures b.i. Tell the students that they are starting the unit on Lewis and Clark today.
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b.ii. Teach introductory/general information on what the Lewis and Clark
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course EDU 300 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '09 term at BYU.

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