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Class Four

Class Four

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Published by: Ron Knorr. PhD on Jul 06, 2010
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ED 738Geography for TeachersClass Four 
Today Topics
Example of Lesson Planning –The Six Themes of Geography –The Tools of GeographyExample of Lesson Using the Six ThemesOur Planning Time
Planning the Lesson
Choosing the StandardApplication of the Standard to the SixThemesCognitive Level Required (Bloom’s)Learning Style Selected (Gardner’s)Assessment Needed (Bloom’s)
 
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Choosing the Standard
Standard 8-1: The student will demonstrate anunderstanding of the settlement of SouthCarolina and the United States by NativeAmericans, Europeans, and Africans.8-1.3
Summarize the history of Europeansettlement in Carolina
from the first attempts tosettle at San Miguel de Gualdape,Charlesfort, San Felipe, and AlbemarlePoint to the time of South Carolina’sestablishment as an economically importantBritish colony,
including the diverseorigins of the settlers
, the early government,
 
the importance of the plantation system andslavery, and the impact of the naturalenvironment on the development of the colony.
Application of the Standard toGeography Themes
“including the diverse origins of thesettlers”
 –
Themes:
The World In Spatial Terms,Places And Regions, TheCharacteristics, Distribution, andComplexity of Earth's cultural mosaics
 
Cognitive Level Required
Summarize
the history of Europeansettlement in Carolina…See Bloom’s WheelWhat Level is this Standard?
 –Understanding –Others?
 
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Learning Style Selected
Know your studentsDifferentiate instruction“Testing” for preferencesSee Gardner’s Wheel
Assessment Goal
 Appropriate assessments require studentsto
summarize the history 
of Europeansettlement in Carolina.
They should also be able to
explain thediverse origins of the settlers
Fromhttp://ed.sc.gov/agency/Standards-and-Learning/Academic-Standards/old/cso/social_studies/documents/Grade8.pdf Page 5.
 
Form of Assessment
FormalInformalFormativeSummativeStandardized

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