Colonial Era Lesson Plans

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Kindergarten:
Constitution DayAt the end of the lessons students will have a beginning understanding of the US Constitution, what it looks like in our society, and be able to briefly explain about the US Constitution.(Under 3 ratings)
3rd Grade:
Lesson PlanThe students will discuss the role the constitution plays in their lives as citizens of the United States. They will be able to name the three branches of government and identify the simple purpose of each branch.(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade:
Reading Week of 12-02-13Students will - Understand the involvement of various historical figures involved in the writing of the Constitution - Understand what the First Continental Congress was - The purpose of writing historical documents - Understand proper capitalization rules(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade:
1.2 - Introduction to US ConstitutionIdentify the factors that led to the Constitutional Convention. Describe some of the compromises in the Constitution. Summarize the process of amending the Constitution.(Under 3 ratings)
9/17/156.6.1 Explain the impact of job specialization in the development of civilizations 6.6.2 Analyze the progression from barter exchange to monetary exchange 6.6.3 Describe the economic motivation for expanding trade and territorial conquests in world civilizations using economic concepts 6.6.4 Explain how the development of trade and taxation influenced economic growth in the ancient world(Under 3 ratings)
9/18/156.6.1 Explain the impact of job specialization in the development of civilizations 6.6.2 Analyze the progression from barter exchange to monetary exchange 6.6.3 Describe the economic motivation for expanding trade and territorial conquests in world civilizations using economic concepts 6.6.4 Explain how the development of trade and taxation influenced economic growth in the ancient world(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanSSCG3 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the United States Constitution.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade:
"We the People"To guide the student to an understanding of the goals and principles of the U.S. Constitution.(Under 3 ratings)
(Chapter 8 Section 3) "We the People"To guide the student to an understanding of the processes of amending the Constitution and an understanding of The Bill of Rights.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade Week 2 Spring(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade Week 3 Spring(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade Week 4 Spring(Under 3 ratings)
ConstitutionStudents will be able to: Explain the structure, function, and powers of the US government as established in the Constitution. Identify the roles of the three branches of government Describe the constitutional amendment process Interpret the intentions of the Preamble of the Constitution(Under 3 ratings)
ConstitutionStudents will be able to: Explain the structure, function, and powers of the US government as established in the Constitution. Identify the roles of the three branches of government Describe the constitutional amendment process Interpret the intentions of the Preamble of the Constitution(Under 3 ratings)
The Constitution: The 7 ArticlesThe student should know what the 7 articles are about. They should not be expected to know specific details but they should know the general idea of what each article discusses.(Under 3 ratings)
9th Grade:
Lesson PlanTo give the students an understanding of the historical events surrounding the origins of the Constitution.(Under 3 ratings)
The U.S. Constitution and Bill of RightsThe students will utilize their creative sides to reinforce the lesson on the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights.(Under 3 ratings)
10th Grade:
US Government Lesson 71. Identify the US Constitution 2. Identify the sections of the Constitution 3. Explain Articles 1-3 and identify the powers given to each branch of government 4. Identify and describe checks and balances(Under 3 ratings)
11th Grade:
The Constitution: An American Way.Students will be able to understand and interpret the United States Constitution, meaning students will be able to use primary evidence to support claims and arguments. Students will be able to think analytically and express their ideas about the freedoms and rights described within the Constitution.(Under 3 ratings)
12th Grade:
State ConstitutionStudents are to create a constitution that protects their freedoms and supports a stable government.(Under 3 ratings)
State ConstitutionStudents are to create a constitution that protects their freedoms and supports a stable government.(Under 3 ratings)
The U.S. ConstitutionStudents should be able to recognize and understand the rights and freedoms that they have as American citizens that are upheld in the United States Constitution.(Under 3 ratings)

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