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Jackie Robinson Unit Plan

Jackie Robinson Unit Plan

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Published by Kellye Orihood
5-Lesson sequence designed for 2nd grade
5-Lesson sequence designed for 2nd grade

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Social Studies Learning Segment Summary FormName
: Kellye Orihood
Grade Level
: 2 
Title and Brief Summary of Biography
:A Picture Book of Jackie Robinson by David A. Adler/Illustrated by Robert CasillaThis
 book gives a brief yet detailed overview of Robinson‟s entire life, from birth to death. It
highlights the hardships and discrimination Robinson faced from the beginning of his life, long before he ever thought of playing Major League
Baseball. Robinson‟s time in professional
 baseball is highlighted and explained in a way that young readers can understand. Little time is
devoted to Robinson‟s life after baseball, but brief mentions of his civil rights work are included.
Central Focus of Learning Segment
:
After obtaining an overview of Robinson‟s life from birth
to death, students will focus on the time Robinson spent playing professional baseball. Studentswill identify and explain how Robinson exhibited bravery and courage, and understand whyRobinson is seen as a hero.
Learning Segment Standards for History-Social Science
:2.5: Students understand theimportance of individual action and character and explain how heroes from long ago and therecent past have made a difference in other 
s‟ lives.
 
Learning Segment Objective(s)
: Students know who Jackie Robinson was and what uniquecontributions he made to the Civil Rights Movement.
Key Vocabulary
: Negro Leagues: the separate baseball organization African Americans were forced to play infrom 1859-1948Major League Baseball: the professional baseball organization in AmericaCivil Rights Movement: a movement started by African Americans in the 1960s that helped themget the same rights and fair treatment as whitescolor barrier: describes how African Americans were treated differently than whites due to thecolor of their skin bravery: able to face something difficult without being too fearfulcourage: the ability to face danger bravelyhero: someone who does something brave or important to help others 
Introductory Activity
:
Students independently complete the “K” and “W” portions of a KWL chart. They share their charts with a partner; together, the class compiles the “K” and “W” portions of a giant KWL
chart on chart paper.Instructor reads focus biography to the class.
Culminating Activity
:
Students independently complete the “L” portion of a KWL chart. They share their charts with a partner; together, the class compiles the “L” portion of a giant KWL chart on chart paper.
Resource List
:Focus Biography A Picture Book of Jackie Robinson by David A. Adler  
 
 Below Grade Level
Jackie Robinson Plays Ball by Robin O‟Sullivan (National Geographic)
 Jackie Robinson by Cynthia Klingel and Robert B. Noyed (Wonder Books)Jackie Robinson by Rebecca Gomez (Buddy Books First Biographies)Jackie Robinson by Wil Mara (Rookie Biographies)
Jackie Robinson: Baseball‟s First Black Major 
-Leaguer by Carol GreeneAt Grade LevelA Picture Book of Jackie Robinson by David A. Adler 
Jackie Robinson: Baseball‟s Greatest Pioneer by Jason Glaser 
 People to Know: Jackie Robinson by Jonatha Brown (Weekly Reader)Heroes of American History: Jackie Robinson by Carin T. FordAbove Grade LevelJackie Robinson: He Was The First by David Adler Jackie Robinson by Stephanie Sammartino McPherson
 
 
Learning Segment Focus or “Big Idea”:
People Make a Difference
 – 
Focus on JackieRobinson
CONCEPT FORMATION LESSON: Timeline (Lesson 2 of 5) 
Grade:
2
Content Area:
History Social Science
 Time Allotted:
Two 45-minute periods
Classroom Organization:
6 homogeneous table groups of 4-5 students each
Resources:
Focus Biography A Picture Book of Jackie Robinson by David A. Adler  Below Grade Level 
Jackie Robinson Plays Ball by Robin O‟Sullivan (National Geographic)
 Jackie Robinson by Cynthia Klingel and Robert B. Noyed (Wonder Books) Jackie Robinson by Rebecca Gomez (Buddy Books First Biographies) Jackie Robinson by Wil Mara (Rookie Biographies) 
Jackie Robinson: Baseball‟s First Black Major 
-Leaguer by Carol Greene
 
At Grade Level
 
A Picture Book of Jackie Robinson by David A. Adler Jackie
Robinson: Baseball‟s Greatest Pioneer by Jason Glaser 
 
People to Know: Jackie Robinson by Jonatha Brown (Weekly Reader)
 
Heroes of American History: Jackie Robinson by Carin T. Ford
 
Above Grade LevelJackie Robinson: He Was The First by David Adler Jackie Robinson by Stephanie Sammartino McPherson
Materials (per student):
1 sentence strip, 1 pair scissors, 1 glue stick, 1 pencil, 1 felt-tip black pen, 1 photocopy of Jackie Robinson symbols
 
Content Standard(s):
History Social Science 2.5: Students understand the importance of individual action and character and explain how heroes from long ago and the recent past
have made a difference in others‟ lives.
 
Specific Academic Learning Objectives:
 
Students will learn how to sequence events on a timeline.
 
Students will be able to chronologically summarize Jackie Robinson‟s life.
 
Prerequisites:
What skills, knowledge and prior experience do students need for this lesson? 
 
Students have a basic understanding of who Jackie Robinson was and why he isimportant: they read a picture book biography together as a class. Recalling therea
ding, students should be able to identify an event in Robinson‟s life that each
symbol corresponds with and roughly sequence them.
How will you determine whether students have these? 
 
On their whiteboards, students will list 3 events they remember from the biography. They will then Think-Pair-Share to create a summary of the biography.
How will you connect to students' interests, backgrounds, strengths and needs,including their cultural, ethnic, and socio-economic differences? 

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