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Name: Carson Underwood

Software Title: Brain Pop
Function(s) of Instructional Software (check all that apply):
Drill and Practice Tutorial Simulation Instructional Game e-books/e-references
Features of the Software (check all that apply):
Assessment Monitoring/Reporting (Keeps track of student data and/or generates reports for
the teacher) Allows teacher to create customized lessons for students Multi-user or
collaborative functions with others in class Multi-user or collaborative functions with others
beyond local class Accessible to students beyond the school day Accessible via mobile
devices Multiple languages Safety, security, and/or privacy features
Strengths of the Software: Very engaging and appealing to students, multiple content areas are
addressed, easy to navigate, colorful and fun characters.
Suggestions for Improvement: Topic variation, different languages, multi-user.

Standards Addressed: See

SS1H1 The student will read about and describe the life of historical figures in America history.
a. Identify the contributions made by these figures: Benjamin Franklin
(inventor/author/statesman), Thomas Jefferson (Declaration of Independence),
Meriwether Lewis and William Clark with Sacagawea (exploration), Harriet Tubman
(Underground Railroad), Theodore Roosevelt (National Parks and the environment),
George Washington Carver (science).

Grade Level/Content Area(s): 1st grade/Social Studies

Blooms Level of Critical Thinking Required (check all that apply). See
Remembering Understanding Applying Analyzing Evaluating Creating
Description of how to implement in the class: To introduce this unit, the teacher will show the
video relating to this topic. After viewing the video, the teacher will allow a minute or two for
students to write down two things they remember from the video. They will then share the two
things with their classmate sitting next to them. Teacher will allow students to then share aloud to
the class. Teacher will begin to ask engaging, leading questions about famous people they know
and their contributions.
Then, the lesson will begin and teacher will start instructing about historical famous figures and
the contributions they made. This will be done through a PowerPoint, with students following
along and filling in their note handouts glued into their Social Studies notebook. Once the
PowerPoint is finished, teacher will show another video that is more complex than before.
Students will then write down five things from the video independently. The teacher will collect
these. Teacher will then have a follow up activity. Students will get into pairs and be given a list of
options: create a skit, create a PowerPoint and turn it into a movie, create a book, or create a
brochure of their favorite historical figure that they just learned about.


* Examples of common instructional models include whole group, teacher-led, student self-paced, small
group, or individual learning activities. Use as many of these descriptors or other descriptors as apply.