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Technology Lesson Plan

Technology Lesson Plan

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Boolean Operators Lesson
Standards:Social Studies Standard 1
Students will use a variety of intellectual skills to demonstrate their understandingof major ideas, eras, themes, developments, and turning points in the history of the United States and New York.
Key Idea 4
The skills of historical analysis include the ability to: explain the significance of historical evidence; weigh the importance, reliability, and validity of evidence;understand the concept of multiple causation; understand the importance of changing and competing interpretations of different historical developments.
Performance Indicator
Students will consider the sources of historic documents, narratives, or artifactsand evaluate their reliability.
ISTE NETS Standard 3Research and Information Fluency
 Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information. Students:a. plan strategies to guide inquiry. b. locate, organize, analyze, evaluate, synthesize, and ethically use informationfrom a variety of sources and media.c. evaluate and select information sources and digital tools based on theappropriateness to specific tasks.d.process data and report results.
Objectives:The Students will be able to:
Know the different Boolean Operators and how to properly use them
Explain the differences between primary sources and secondary sources
Determine if a source is reliable
The teacher will show the lesson objectives to the students via a power point presentation. The teacher will also give an example of how importantBoolean Operators are when doing a search.
The teacher will get students interested in the lesson by asking them if theyever had to do a research paper and had trouble finding information. Theteacher will then tell the students that there is an easy way to narrow downtheir search results.
Providing Information:
The teacher will provide any relevant information in the power point presentation. This includes definitions, descriptions, examples, andexplanations.
Providing Practice:A.
The students will have the opportunity in class to actually look for a reliable primary source. The teacher will provide the students with a subject and awebsite that they can use to search for a source. They will also look atdifferent sources and determine if they are reliable or not.
The students will have the opportunity to practice individually at home. Theywill have a homework assignment in which they will have to locate a reliable primary source on a topic of my choosing. They will also have to write a veryshort paper, one to two paragraphs, describing their search processes.
Providing Knowledge of Results:A.
As the students are doing in their in class assignments, the teacher will bewalking around the classroom, answering any questions and providingfeedback on their results.
The teacher will also provide feedback on their homework assignments. Thisfeedback will be based on how well they complete their assignment and howwell it adhered to the rubric. The students will have a copy of the gradingrubric and the comments will be written on the bottom of it.
Reviewing the Activity:
The teacher will review the lesson in class. This review session will consist of theteacher summarizing the main points and having the students answer questions. The teacher will also answer any questions that the students mayhave at this time.
Method of Assessment:
The students will be assessed by using a rubric. The rubric will consist of threecategories with a maximum of four points each. The scale will range from alow of one to a high of four for each category, with a maximum score of twelve and a minimum of three. The minimum passing score is 7.5. The

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