SS Lesson Plans September 24-28.docx

Ttw will introduce studies weekly week 10 to students

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TTW will introduce Studies Weekly (week 10) to students. The students will watch a short intro video over rivers in Georgia. Link attached: POD_S0A_SPH_AA_Riv ers_WK0A_ENG_Apr05 2016_360p.mp4 TTW will complete Studies Weekly ( week 10). TTW will review the names of rivers and regions and their locaton. Questons to promote critcal thinking What might you see on a trip to Brasstown Bald Mountain? Would you see these things in other regions? Why or why not? Can you compare the size of the Piedmont Region to the size of the other regions in Georgia. What is a river? What do these major rivers provide to the state of Georgia? Weekly Assessment. Preparatio n for Student Applicatio n Guided Practce Read studies weekly week 9 page 1 and 2. Teacher will pause throughout the text to point out key details Read Studies Weekly week 9 page 3-4 with students. Students will draw themselves in the box of the Piedmont Read Studies Weekly week 10 page 1-2 aloud with the students. Teacher will pause throughout the Read Studies Weekly week 10 page 3-4 aloud with the students. Teacher will pause throughout the Weekly Assessment.
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and facts. Region. Students need to think about what clothes or accessories (hat, sunglasses) you might need to wear. Teacher will probe this with questoning. They will draw the landforms and animals that we would see. text to point out key details and facts.
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