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LIBERTY UNIVERSITYS STANDARD LESSON PLAN FORM Lesson Plan: Name: Terry Gallivan LESSON PREPARATION [Before the lesson] Top !: Culture of the United States Su&'e!#: Social Studies S#a#e S#an)ar): "Te#as$ TE%S 6&'( Evaluate the social, )olitical, econo*ic, and cultural contri!utions of individuals and grou)s fro* various societies, )ast and )resent& 6&+,( -dentify and descri!e co**on traits that define cultures& 6&''D Create ritten and visual *aterial such as .ournal entries, re)orts, gra)hic organi/ers, outlines, and !i!liogra)hies !ased on research& Na# onal S#an)ar): 0+& Culture and cultural diversity: Social studies teachers should )ossess the kno ledge, ca)a!ilities, and dis)ositions to organi/e and )rovide instruction at the a))ro)riate school level for the study of culture and cultural diversity& 03& 1eo)le, )laces, and environ*ents: Social studies teachers should )ossess the kno ledge, ca)a!ilities, and dis)ositions to orga2 ni/e and )rovide instruction at the a))ro)riate school level for the study of 1eo)le, 1laces, and Environ*ents& 03& Glo!al connections: Social studies teachers should )ossess the kno ledge, ca)a!ilities, and dis)ositions to )rovide instruction at the a))ro)riate school level for the study of Glo!al Connections and -nterde)endence& Course: EDU 637

Spe! " ! S#ra#e$%: Critical thinking, research, reading, riting, and colla!oration (ra)e: 6th

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Pr mar% O&'e!# *e: Students ill !e a!le to share the infor*ation they have gathered ith other students orally and visually !y creating a 4uilt re)resenting a chosen culture& E#)ectation re*inders: 5ou are e#)ected to stay on task in order to co*)lete the assign*ent !y 6riday& 5ou are e#)ected to re*e*!er your internet access rules& Classroom D *ers #% an) D ""eren# a#e) Ins#ru!# on: 7u*!er of Students: '8 Gender: There are *ore girls Ethnicity: 9a.ority are :is)anic ;ge: ;verage ++ years old 7eeds for S)ecial ;cco**odation: ES<, ,8=, dysle#ia <earning Styles: Diverse Students> 7eeds, -nterests, and Concerns: 1ost ?uestion Survey Ma#er als+E,u pmen#: -nternet access for research on social, )olitical, econo*ic, and cultural contri!utions @ #@ fa!ric s4uares 6a!ric )aint and )aint !rushes Ahite !oard or )a)er for 4uilt layout design and Benn Diagra* Class (log Cournal Aorld 9a) sho ing all the countries

Te!-nolo$% In#e$ra# on:

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Students ill research their choosen country on the internet& ;fter students have created their culture 4uilt, they ill take a )hoto and scan it into their !log& They ill !log a!out their e#)erience in learning a!out a culture different fro* their o n& C-ara!#er Pr n! ple: D;s for these four youths, God gave the* learning and skill in all literature and isdo*, and Daniel had understanding in all visions and drea*s& ;t the end of the ti*e, hen the king had co**anded that they should !e !rought in, the chief of the eunuchs !rought the* in !efore 7e!uchadne//ar& ;nd the king s)oke ith the*, and a*ong all of the* none as found like Daniel, :ananiah, 9ishael, and ;/ariah& Therefore they stood !efore the king& ;nd in every *atter of isdo* and understanding a!out hich the king in4uired of the*, he found the* ten ti*es !etter than all the *agicians and enchanters that ere in all his kingdo*&E "Daniel +:+72 '8, ESB$& LESSON PRESENTATION [during the lesson] Se#: The *a.ority of the assign*ent ill take )lace in the classroo*& Students are elco*e to receive assistance fro* fa*ily *e*!ers and friends fro* co*)letion of the 4uilt )iece as needed& Students ith s)ecial needs ill !e guided !y their grou) leader as necessary& ;ll !ehavior issues ill !e directed to the teacher& Tea!-er Ins#ru!# on+Mo)el n$: Students ill select a country of their choose to research !y ty)ing their na*e and class )eriod on the chart& Students *ay 7FT du)licate countries& ;ny dis)utes ill result in the teacher selecting a country for students involved in the dis)ute& F)ening: Ae are going to e#)lore the countries around the orld in order to co*)are their culture to that of the United States> cultures& The first ste) is going to !e choose a country via our class assign*ents site& -f so*eone has selected your first choose )lease select another

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country& The ne#t ste) is to discover hat you !elieve is interesting a!out the culture of that country& 6or instance, you can see on the United States, - have )laced on *y 4uilt )iece G the Statue of <i!erty, the !ald eagle, the (i!le and an ;*erican soldier& - have also )laced the United States, the dates of e#istence, and the flag& -f you have any )ro!le*s re*e*!er to see your grou) leader for assistance first& (u )e) S#u)en# Pra!# !e: Student>s have already co*)leted research on their )ersonal culture in the last unit this is an e#tension of the culture unit& Students ill !e sho n an e#a*)le of the United States> 4uilt )iece& In)epen)en# S#u)en# Pra!# !e: +& Students '& Student ill use internet to research their country of choice& They ill rite do n the country of origin and *eaning of the na*e& ill research the country of origin and take notes on culture and traditions of that country& 3& Student ill create an @ !y @ s4uare that re)resents the na*e and heritage& "-deas include riting *eaning of na*e, countryHs flag, and dra ing sy*!ols that re)resent the history or traditions of that culture$& =& Student ,& Students countries& 6& ; grou) discussion are different& 7& 6inally students ill !log, on the class !log site, a reflection of the eekHs e#)eriences in their .ournal& Closure: ill also !e held to discuss tolerance and acce)tance of those ho ill share infor*ation they have learned orally to the class and co*!ine their ill !e divided into grou)s of = to , students, the grou) ill create a venn individual s4uares to creat a co**on class 4uilt& diagra* to co*)are and contrast the si*ilarities and differences a*ong the grou)>s

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Each day students ill !e advised to continue orking on their research at ho*e if students have ta!lets and internet access& Fn the 6riday of this assign*ent students ill !e instructed to !e )re)ared for oral )resentations starting on 9onday& Summa# *e Assessmen#: Student ill !e graded on co*)leteness and accuraccy of 4uilt s4uare and oral )resentation

fro* infor*ation gathered fro* Benn Diagra*& Student ill !e a arded )artici)ation )oints for discussion ti*es and !log .ournal reflection&

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;))endi# ; <ist of Countries COUNTRY ;fghanistan ;krotiri ;l!ania ;lgeria ;*erican Sa*oa ;ndorra ;ngola ;nguilla ;ntarctica ;ntigua and (ar!uda ;rgentina ;r*enia ;ru!a ;sh*ore and Cartier -slands ;ustralia ;ustria ;/er!ai.an (aha*as, The (ahrain (angladesh (ar!ados (assas da -ndia (elarus (elgiu* (eli/e (enin (er*uda (hutan (olivia (osnia and :er/egovina (ots ana (ouvet -sland (ra/il (ritish -ndian Fcean Territory (ritish Birgin -slands (runei (ulgaria (urkina 6aso (ur*a (urundi STUDENT .Las# Name / In # als0 CLASS PERIOD

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Ca*!odia Ca*eroon Canada Ca)e Berde Cay*an -slands Central ;frican Ie)u!lic Chad Chile China Christ*as -sland Cli))erton -sland Cocos "%eeling$ -slands Colo*!ia Co*oros Congo, De*ocratic Ie)u!lic of the Congo, Ie)u!lic of the Cook -slands Coral Sea -slands Costa Iica Cote dH-voire Croatia Cu!a Cy)rus C/ech Ie)u!lic Den*ark Dhekelia D.i!outi Do*inica Do*inican Ie)u!lic Ecuador Egy)t El Salvador E4uatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethio)ia Euro)a -sland 6alkland -slands "-slas 9alvinas$ 6aroe -slands 6i.i 6inland 6rance 6rench Guiana 6rench 1olynesia

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6rench Southern and ;ntarctic <ands Ga!on Ga*!ia, The Ga/a Stri) Georgia "the country G not the state$ Ger*any Ghana Gi!raltar Glorioso -slands Greece Greenland Grenada Guadelou)e Gua* Guate*ala Guernsey Guinea Guinea2(issau Guyana :aiti :eard -sland and 9cDonald -slands :oly See "Batican City$ :onduras :ong %ong :ungary -celand -ndonesia -ndia -ran -ra4 -reland -sle of 9an -srael -taly Ca*aica Can 9ayen Ca)an Cersey Cordan Cuan de 7ova -sland %a/akhstan %enya %iri!ati %orea, 7orth %orea, South

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%u ait %yrgy/stan <aos <atvia <e!anon <esotho <i!eria <i!ya <iechtenstein <ithuania <u#e*!ourg 9acau 9acedonia 9adagascar 9ala i 9alaysia 9aldives 9ali 9alta 9arshall -slands 9artini4ue 9auritania 9auritius 9ayotte 9e#ico 9icronesia, 6ederated States of 9oldova 9onaco 9ongolia 9ontserrat 9orocco 9o/a*!i4ue 7a*i!ia 7auru 7avassa -sland 7e)al 7etherlands 7etherlands ;ntilles 7e Caledonia 7e Jealand 7icaragua 7iger 7igeria

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7iue 7orfolk -sland 7orthern 9ariana -slands 7or ay F*an 1akistan 1alau 1ana*a 1a)ua 7e Guinea 1aracel -slands 1araguay 1eru 1hili))ines 1itcairn -slands 1oland 1ortugal 1uerto Iico ?atar Ieunion Io*ania Iussia I anda Saint :elena Saint %itts and 7evis Saint <ucia Saint 1ierre and 9i4uelon Saint Bincent and the Grenadines Sa*oa San 9arino Sao To*e and 1rinci)e Saudi ;ra!ia Senegal Ser!ia and 9ontenegro Seychelles Sierra <eone Singa)ore Slovakia Slovenia Solo*on -slands So*alia South ;frica South Georgia and the South Sand ich -slands S)ain S)ratly -slands Sri <anka

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Sudan Surina*e Sval!ard S a/iland S eden S it/erland Syria Tai an Ta.ikistan Tan/ania Thailand Ti*or2<este Togo Tokelau Tonga Trinidad and To!ago Tro*elin -sland Tunisia Turkey Turk*enistan Turks and Caicos -slands Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United ;ra! E*irates United %ingdo* United States Uruguay U/!ekistan Banuatu Bene/uela Bietna* Birgin -slands Aake -sland Aallis and 6utuna Aest (ank Aestern Sahara 5e*en Ja*!ia Ji*!a! e

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