SS Lesson Plans September 17-21.docx

Review from last week ttw will introduce studies

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(Review from last week). TTW will introduce Studies Weekly 8 to students. TTW will introduce the names of the Savannah, Flint, and Chattahoochee River to students. Show them a picture of the regions on a map and how to identify it. TTW will review the names of Savannah, Flint, and Chattahoochee River. Questions to promote critical thinking Unit 2 Preview day Why do we need maps? What is Geography? Geography is the study of the Earth’s surface (may have to explain surface too) Give one reason why you might use a map as a child? What is a river? Why do you think it is important to be able to identify regions on a map?
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Preparation for Student Application Guided Practice Unit 2 Preview day Read SW 7 with students and complete some of the Map activity on the back. Read SW 8 with students and complete some of the Map activity with students on the back. Review the Georgia regions and river 2nd grade ppt (Attached) . Only discuss the slides 25- 30. This will give students background information on the rivers. And have students write down and record information on p.142 in Concise Curriculum.
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  • Spring '13
  • crutchen
  • Geography, Chattahoochee Rivers

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