Description of Classroom:
Second Grade Classroom
19 students; 9 girls and 10 boys
Ages 7-8 years old
Area One in Clark County School District
99 % African American students 1% Hispanic in classroom.
No ELL Learners
One student going through RTI
Students are in rows of four. (one row of three due to the odd number of students)
Spring Semester of School
Students have not been introduced to Geography. This lesson will be the introduction to a wholeGeography lesson.
Given a picture of a map of a community, students will be able to locate givenplaces with 90% accuracy.Given a picture of a map of a community, students will be able to understand amap key.
Students will listen to the teacher when they are explaining the instructions.
Students will discuss with their shoulder partner what they think a map is used for.
Students will read instructions and questions on worksheet given.
Students will be writing on their worksheets.
Recognize spatial patterns, i.e., political units, physical features, on a map and globe.
Identify titles and symbols on maps.
A pattern of lines
Where something can be found
(put an X next to those that you address in your lesson)
Preparation Scaffolding Grouping Options
Adaptation of content
Links to background
Links to past learning
Integration of Processes Application Assessment