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Meadoridt7064 lessonplanassignment
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  • 1. Electronic Presentation Lesson Plan Lesson Title: Nazi Death Camps Subject Area(s): Culture, Geography, Governance and Civics Grade Level: 11 School: Douglass High School School District: Memphis City Schools Contact Information: AddMandC@gmail.com Approximate Time Required: 1 classroom session (90 Minutes) Lesson Summary: The purpose of this lesson is to expose students to Nazi death camps during WWII. In this lesson the students will create a power point presentation using the information retrieved through the Internet. Students will be working within assigned groups to collectively produce the presentation. Students will use multiple materials within the classroom, to include computer based inquiries and data manipulation to produce a well formed power point on stated subject matter. In order for time effectiveness to be achieved each student must play a role in the research process on computers and during the non-computer activities. Transitions between computers and activities must be precise in order to achieve maximum potential.Learning Objectives State Content Standard and LearningBy the end of this lesson, the students will: ExpectationsUnderstand how death camps operated and Tennessee Standards-what their intended purposes were for. History, 6.0: U.S. History National Standards- NCSS, 3: People, Places, and EnvironmentIdentify the locations of death camps by Memphis City Schools Scope and Sequenceidentifying them through computer based followed per Social Studies Departmentmaps and atlases. Head.Demonstrate mastery of German culturefrom research conducted through computer NETS-S Standardsbased inquiry and researched throughappropriate classroom material Adapted From the Technology Coach Handbook © 2003 Sponsored by Appalachian Technology in Education Consortium 1
  • 2. Describe how the legacies of the Nazi death Standard 1.0 Creativity and Innovation,camps are still present today. Standard 3.0 Research and Information Fluency, Standard 6.0 Technology Operations and Concepts. MATERIALS Textbook/U.S. History: Reconstruction  Internet: Google.com/advanced search to the Present engine EOC Coach book  Paper Classroom CD-ROM set  Pencil/Pen 21st Century Skill analysisComputer Function Computer Application Data Manipulation Word process  Hyperlink  Sort Word process  Hyperlink  Sort SPECIFY PROBLEM WWII is by far one of the most studied areas of American history. Civilian casualties were astronomical in this war. Germans targeted Jewish civilians and ultimately created death camps to ship them to. When we view information on the Holocaust we all have a tendency to feel differently. How can we prevent another Holocaust from happening again? RESULTS PRESENTATION TLW will demonstrate findings through a presentation of the material. The results should include the answers to the questions posed and show genuine creativity. TEACHER ACTIVITIES BEFORE LESSON Ensure computers are in operation, lesson brief, Motivation/Guiding Question, Internet is operational for student use. Student safety is a cause for concern because of Internet usage. The teacher will be there to monitor student activity. Students have already been advised of rules and regulations in Mr. Meador’s class. Acceptable usage polices are posted around the computer center. STUDENT COMPUTER ACTIVITIESActivity 1Teacher actions to be completed prior to Student actions to be completed prior togoing to the computer: going to the computer:Motivation/Guiding Question Guiding QuestionTeacher actions to be completed at the Teacher actions to be completed at thecomputer: computer:Observation Data Manipulation, Core assignment task/ResearchTeacher actions to be completed after Student actions to be completed after going Adapted From the Technology Coach Handbook © 2003 Sponsored by Appalachian Technology in Education Consortium 2
  • 3. going to the computer: to the computer:Quick Quiz/5 questions on content Assessment and transition to non- computer based assignment.Activity 2Teacher actions to be completed prior to Student actions to be completed prior togoing to the computer: going to the computer:Ensure proper time management of Materials to assist with research should betransitioning students. present and the students must be prepared to use time effectively.Teacher actions to be completed at the Teacher actions to be completed at thecomputer: computer:Observation Data Manipulation, Core assignment task/Research and SpreadsheetTeacher actions to be completed after Student actions to be completed after goinggoing to the computer: to the computer:Assessment/5 Question-Quick Quiz Students must transition back to perform the second non-computer based task and collectively prepare presentations. Adapted From the Technology Coach Handbook © 2003 Sponsored by Appalachian Technology in Education Consortium 3
  • 4. SUPPORTING ACTIVITIESActivity 1 Activity 2Activities to be completed: STUDENTS Activities to be completed: Complete the notesNOT USING COMPUTERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO template that is provided to practice note takingREAD A CLASS READING AND MAKE skills.ANY ANNOTATIONS ABOUT NEW INFORMATIONFOUND TO APPLY TO THE GROUPPRESENTATION.ROTATION PLANStudents will be monitored by a time tracker device with approximately 35 minutes of computeruse and then rotated out to begin their non-computer based work. This will allow the otherstudents adequate time to fill in any information on Nazi death camps through additional non-computer based sources.ASSESSMENT –Rubric will be used to assess the students/groups performance for the assignment.Rubric TemplateObjective or Beginning Developing Accomplished Exemplary ScorePerformance 1 2 3 4Created Description Description of Description of Description 4appropriate of identifiable identifiable ofscale identifiable criteria that criteria that identifiablepresentation. criteria that reflect reflect mastery criteria that reflect a progress of performance reflect beginning toward exceptional level of mastery of performance. performance performanceIdentified Description Description of Description of Description 3pertinent of identifiable identifiable ofinformation. identifiable criteria that criteria that identifiable criteria that reflect reflect mastery criteria that reflect a progress of performance reflect beginning toward exceptional level of mastery of performance. performance performanceIdentified Description Description of Description of Description 2multiple of identifiable identifiable ofsources of identifiable criteria that criteria that identifiableinformation. criteria that reflect reflect mastery criteria that reflect a progress of performance reflect beginning toward exceptional level of mastery of performance. performance performance Adapted From the Technology Coach Handbook © 2003 Sponsored by Appalachian Technology in Education Consortium 4
  • 5. Identified Description Description of Description of Description 4the problem of identifiable identifiable ofquestion identifiable criteria that criteria that identifiablebased off of criteria that reflect reflect mastery criteria thatresults reflect a progress of performance reflectfound from beginning toward exceptionalresearch. level of mastery of performance. performance performance Adapted From the Technology Coach Handbook © 2003 Sponsored by Appalachian Technology in Education Consortium 5

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