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Rooting One's way to MeaningIn this lesson, small groups of students will use the VT think map to assist them in an inquiry based approach to discovering the meanings of some common Latin and Greek roots. Then, each student will then teach a particular root and related vocabulary words to another group of students through a "jigsaw" exercise. Greek Latin RootsTSW be able to successfully pass a vocabulary test on Greek Latin Roots. De MenaechmisStudents will be able to understand an adapted form of Roman comedy and be able to read a section of a play in Latin. Lesson PlanStudents will identify root words with Latin & Greek Origins, display knowledge of their meanings, language of origin, and identify example words. February Social Studies 6th-8th Grade-TrescottStudents will be able to locate the state of Georgia on a variety of maps.
Students will be able to locate and identify the importance of the following physical features of Georgia: Fall Line, Okefenokee Swamp, Appalachian Mtns., Chattahoochee River, Savannah River, Barrier Islands
Students will be able to locate the geographical regions of Georgia.
Students will be able to provide facts (such as: location, importance, history, natural resources, industry, landscape) on the regions of Georgia. March Social Studies 6th-8th Grade-TrescottThe student will be able to locate selected features of Latin America and the Caribbean: Amazon River, Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, Pacific Ocean, Panama Canal, Andes Mountains, Sierra Madre Mountains, Atacama Desert, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Haiti, Mexico, Panama, and Venezuela.
The students will be able to discuss environmental concerns Latin America faces.
The students will be able to discuss location, climates and natural resources found in each country.
Students will be able to compare and contrast the different cultures found in Latin America.
The students will be able to compare and contrast Latin America's economy with that of the United States.
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