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Show students the map of the rivers (attached). Show them how to locate the three rivers. Application of Learning Independent Practice/Task Unit 2 Preview day Students may complete the rest of the Studies Weekly independently. Students may complete the rest of the SW activity on their own. Show students how and where to locate the Savannah, Chattahoochee, and Flint River on the map. Allow students to use a blue crayon to locate the three rivers on the blank map on p.141 in the concise curriculum book. Also have students write the
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name of the river on the map. Reflection/Assessment of Learning Lesson Assessment ( How will students demonstrate their knowledge and/or skill learned?) Unit 2 Preview day Ask students what is the difference between a physical and political map? Ask students to name a Georgia region from the SW. Have students to list the names of the three rivers discussed in the lesson today. How do you know that you have placed the Flint river in the correct place on your map. Please indicate who the students are and how you will respond to their different learning needs. Differentiated Instruction/ Small Groups
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  • Spring '13
  • crutchen
  • Geography, Chattahoochee Rivers

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