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Title Diversity Chalk Talk

Standard(s) of Civics 2.10


Learning

Key Vocabulary/ Equality


Concepts Differences
Acceptance

Materials Promethean Board and Pen

Introduction Discuss how each student has a different origin/varying qualities, and
(Hook) elaborate on how that makes them unique. Introduce universal acceptance.

Instructional Chalk Talk:


Activities/Strate Incorporating technology into the lesson, the Promethean Board would act as
gies the primary vessel of the learning. The word Diversity will be written on the
board. The pen then travels around the classroom as each student writes their
own connection to the word diversity- all while being silent. The quiet aspect
of the activity allows for the students to be fully focused on what words are
written on the board. The words speak louder than their actual voices.

Accommodation No accommodations necessary


s,
If necessary

Closure Activity After the Chalk Talk concludes, discuss the overarching concepts written
about on the board.

Follow-Up/ Discuss with parents what diversity means to them.


Homework
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REFLECTION The students were fully engaged and fully understood the lesson, and were
(TO BE COMPLETED left yearning for more. Overall the concept was received well and the kids
AFTER YOU TEACH)
enjoyed the lesson.

Think about the following as you create the instructional activities for this
lesson

First stepObjectives. What do you want the students to know, understand, and
be able to do by the end of your lesson? What is the point of your lesson?
Learning Styles/Multiple Intelligences
Blooms Taxonomy
Group Work (Cooperative Learning)
Technology
Games
Higher-Level Questioning
Brain-Based Research
Smooth transition between activities