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LEARNING PLAN FORMAT STAGE 1: IDENTIFY DESIRED RESULTS Subject: 10th U.S. History Guiding Questi n!

s": # $ is M use T%&' &n &n&( g) * % ++II, - How does WWII start? - How was WWII fought? - How did WWII impact society and people? St&nd&%ds: US#G Le&%ning Objecti.es Identify the major events and conflicts of WWII in the Western heater !ssess different medians to identify information Summari"e information provided to them through multiple medians #ontrast analogies $ased on certain o$jects and major events and conflicts of WWII Less n / ntent We will cover some of the major events and conflicts covered will consist of the %attle of the !tlantic& the 'orth !frica #ampaign& and the Invasion of Italy. his information provided through multiple medians.

STAGE 0: DETERMINE A//EPTA1LE E2IDEN/E Di&gn stic Assess3ents I will (uestion students on what they learned the past few lessons and have them form analogies $ased on the content form those lessons. F %3&ti.e Assess3ents While students are reading from their te)t and summari"ing I will circulate to insure students are wor*ing and summari"ing without difficulty. I will also as* students to share their summaries for the $enefit of all the students and for my assessment. Su33&ti.e Assess3ents +or a minor summative assessment of today,s content will $e the analogies they form $ased on the content. hese analogies show if the student understood and-or comprehended the information

STAGE 4: PLAN LEARNING E5PERIEN/ES Acti.ities !&(s 6n $n &s P% cedu%es" Opening. I will (uestion students on what they learned the past few lessons and have them form analogies $ased on the content form those lessons. Main Activity. Students will $e presented an event or conflict /the %attle of the !tlantic& the 'orth !frica #ampaign& and the Invasion of Italy0 $y te)t or lecture or video. 1uring or after the event or conflict that was presented student will summari"e the content. !fter& the information has $een summari"ed students will $e as*ed to formulate analogies $ased on the event or conflict with an o$ject presented to them /e). 2od"illa toy& +lip3flops& etc.0. Closing. We will wrap3up with our analogies a$out 4ouse rap and how those can help us answer our su$3guiding (uestion of how was the war fought.

OT#ER IMPORTANT INFORMATION MATERIALS 56 Handouts& projector& computer& te)t$oo*s& video clips& a 4ouse rap $oard& and a collection of o$ject MODIFI/ATIONS: %eing this is the first time I have taught this lesson& I will $e fle)i$le in the information we will cover. I have e)tra information if we go (uic*er than planned and I have aspects of the lesson that can $ecome ta*e3home wor* if the lesson ta*es longer than e)pected.