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Flyer Lesson Plan

Flyer Lesson Plan

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Lesson PlanningWaynesburg UniversityWriting the lesson plan:Translating thoughts into a plan of action _____________________________________________ 
Pennsylvania Academic Standard(s) addressed during this lesson
(Provide Standard number and statement)
1.1.9.C.Use vocabulary across all academic content areas that demonstrates knowledge of literal and figurative meaningsof words,nuances, or connotations of words, and word origins.
Lesson Objective(s)(Stated in observable and measurable terms)
Students will create a one page flyer using Open Office , to show their knowledge of Kristallnacht the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Studentswill be required to state the date, times, locations, and happenings of the uprising.
Assessment Plan(What will be done to determine if lesson objectives have been met?)
A rubric will be used to determine assessment of fliers.
Computer Lab, references to The Uprising such as books and websites, notebooks, and writing utensil
Inclusion Techniques for Students with Special Needs:
Students with special needs will have the opportunity to benefit from the help of the learning support teacher. The y will also haverequirements listed at their computer stations and have the opportunity for extra time if needed.
Enrichment Techniques:
Gifted students will be required to explain why the uprising happened in their flyer, along with all of the other requirements of the project.
Lesson Differentiation (What modifications/accommodations will be made to ensure that ALL students have access to and are ableto participate in the lesson):
Small group instruction for directions, tiered assessment, negotiated criteria for quality.
Lesson Presentation
Introduction/Motivational Activities/Anticipatory Set:
The students will take notes on the Warsaw Uprising. They will listen to and read accounts of the uprising and discuss the events leading upto it.
Detailed Teaching Sequence:(Provide sufficient detail that would enable a substitute to effectively present this lesson. Bulleted statements are preferred)
The teacher will ask the students to refer back to the information given the previous day on the uprising.
The teacher will ask the students questions based on their responses.
The teacher will explain that there were always fliers being put up in Poland telling of new laws of the ghetto and lists of people

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