George Washington Lesson Plans

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1st Grade:
Wk 12 National Monuments & Historical LandmarksTo learn what a national monument and a national landmark is. To learn that the Washington Monument honors the first president. To learn that the White House is where the President lives. To learn which presidents are honored on Mount Rushmore.(Under 3 ratings)
2nd Grade:
George WashingtonSW identify the first president of the United states, the time he served as president, and facts for his life before his presidency.(Under 3 ratings)
Martha WashingtonThe students will learn about Martha Washington.(Under 3 ratings)
Martha WashingtonThe students will learn about Martha Washington.(Under 3 ratings)
U.S PresidentsBy completing the weekly reader activities describing a new president each day, the student will understand how each president has influenced the United States of America.(Under 3 ratings)
U.S PresidentsBy completing the weekly reader activities describing a new president each day, the student will understand how each president has influenced the United States of America.(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade:
Social Studies Week of 03-16-15I can... - Explain how Washington was able to force the British from Boston. - Analyze the causes and effects of American victories at Trenton and Saratoga. - Summarize the contributions of African American patriots. - Describe ways in which women helped support the American Revolution. - Identify the contributions of significant individuals during the revolutionary period, including Phillis Wheatley. - Identify the contributions of significant individuals during the revolutionary period, including Prince Hall. - Explain ways that people have sought freedom at other times and places in history. - Use primary and secondary sources such as visual information to acquire information.(Under 3 ratings)
Social Studies Week of 04-27-15I can... - Describe how President Washington organized the Executive Branch around the Cabinet. - Explain how political parties emerged in the American government system. - Describe how the location and design of the nation’s capital was decided upon. - Describe the accomplishments of significant leaders of the United States such as Benjamin Banneker. - Evaluate the effects of the rise of political parties in the United States. - Explain why and how the United States expanded westward. - Describe the Louisiana Purchase and tell what effect it had on the nation. - Identify reasons for and findings of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. - Use primary and secondary sources, such as visual information, to acquire information. - Interpret information in visuals, including maps.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade:
Washington D.C. Webquest1. Students will be able to identify monuments and memorials located in D.C. 2. Students should be able to describe, with details, the purpose of the monuments/memorials that are located in D.C.(Under 3 ratings)
10th Grade:
US History Lesson 10Identify George Washington Explain presidential precedents by Washington Explain the Cabinet Identify positions of the Cabinet Identify A. Hamilton and T. Jefferson and their ideas for the direction for the country Identify the Whiskey Rebellion Explain what angered Americans about the Sin Tax on whiskey Explain Washington's response to an internal rebellion(Under 3 ratings)
11th Grade:
American Continental Army and SmallpoxAfter instruction, most students should be able to identify how American soldiers protected themselves from contracting small pox. After instruction, most students should be able to identify why small pox posed a bigger threat to American soldiers rather than British soldiers. After instruction, most students should be able to explain the dangers of contracting small pox .(Under 3 ratings)
American Continental Army and SmallpoxAfter instruction, most students should be able to identify how American soldiers protected themselves from contracting small pox. After instruction, most students should be able to identify why small pox posed a bigger threat to American soldiers rather than British soldiers. After instruction, most students should be able to explain the dangers of contracting small pox .(Under 3 ratings)

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