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TTW introduce the assessment to students. Questions to promote critical thinking Holiday Why do you think we need money? Where is a good place to keep a lot of money? Is it important to have money? Assessment Preparation for Student Application Guided Practice Holiday TTW read Studies Weekly 27 with students and ask high thinking questions. TTW read Studies Weekly 27 with students and ask high thinking questions. Make TTW will explain in detail the difference between goods and services. Give students a few examples. Assessment
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Students should also be able to use highlighters to highlight important words such as charity, ways to earn money, sure students have a good understanding of what a good and service is. Application of Learning Independent Practice/Task Holiday Students will answer question from the teacher while reading this studies weekly. Students will complete the noun or verb worksheet. (attached below) Noun+or+Verb - Shortcut.lnk Students will complete the goods and services worksheet. ..\Documents\Harper Lesson Plans Second grade\Social Studies\GoodsorServices.pd f Studies Weekly 27 (Assessment attached) ..\Documents\Harper Lesson Plans Second grade\Social Studies\Quiz27.pdf Lesson Assessment ( How will students demonstrate their knowledge and/or skill learned?) Holiday Please indicate who the students are and how you will respond to their different learning needs. Differentiated Instruction/ Small Groups Group 1: Group 1: Group 1: Group 1: Group 1: Group 2: Group 2: Group 2: Group 2: Group 2:
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Group 3: Group 3: Group 3: Group 3: Group 3: Group 4: Group 4: Group 4: Group 4: Group 4: Group 5: Group 5: Group 5: Group 5: Group 5:
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