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World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
World History – The English Monarchy
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World History – The English Monarchy

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technology rich lesson plan for Master's program geared to a potential World History class

technology rich lesson plan for Master's program geared to a potential World History class

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  • 1. World History – The English Monarchy The Tudors George B Hartman
  • 2. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • GRADE LEVEL : 10 th
    • SUBJECT: World History
    • Class Size: 24 students
    • Unit of Study: 3 Class periods with corresponding homework assignments of at least one hour .
  • 3. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • Purpose: to become aware of the major political, cultural and religious developments in world history at the time of the Tudors and their important roles in these events, especially Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.
  • 4. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • Procedure and Task
      • Day 1 Class will meet in Library/computer lab and be divided in eight groups of 3 at workstations with internet access.
      • Teacher with class will investigate the time period with search engines and use Mind Meister to brainstorm and interconnect the important issues and individuals of the era.
      • Each group will plot these events on the web tool free-timeline.com at their stations .
      • Teacher will identify key social, cultural, political, religious, economic and historic events that need to be on their timeline. Homework assignment is to complete this task collaboratively and submit work by end of next class.
  • 5. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • Procedure and Tasks:
      • Day 2 Class divides into their groups to revise the timelines for submissions.
      • Teacher informs class that their next task is to create either a cartoon using web tool ToonDoo depicting a historical event / character or a Word document of no more than 500 words analyzing the role and contribution of an individual from this time period.
      • The remainder of the period the class will work individually at workstations exploring the internet on the topic they have chosen.
      • For homework the students will synthesize their research and produce a finished project.
      • Students without access to computers at home will be allowed to initially write out their document or draw free-hand their cartoon but will be given lab time to accomplish the technology portion of this assignment.
  • 6. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • Procedure and Tasks:
      • Day 3 The class meets in their regular classroom where each student will present their work.
      • Students will discuss why this particular event or individual was chosen.
      • Students will read their word document papers and answer any questions concerning their topic.
      • Students will present their cartoons and explain the connection to the Tudors, if necessary. Inquiries will also be answered.
      • Students will discuss, reflect and access each others creations and select which ones should be displayed on the class bulletin board.
      • The class will end with the students being informed that the following day there will be a test of 25 multiple choice questions(2 points each) and an essay worth 50 points on the Tudors and their time.
  • 7. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • Teacher Preparation
      • Must reserve the computer lab for two full periods
      • Ensure that the Mind Meister account is current.
      • Check that each workstation has an internet connection, access to free-timeline.com, Word and ToonDoo set-ups.
      • Verify that students have access to the internet and permission for ToonDoo accounts at home.
      • Create assessment of performance for feedback.
            • Rubric for timeline, cartoon, Word Document
            • Multiple choice/ Essay Test
  • 8. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • Technological Resources
      • Google, Yahoo ,internet search engines
      • Mind Meister
      • free-timeline.com
      • ToonDoo.com
      • Word
      • Projection screen or Smartboard for teacher presentation in lab/classroom.
  • 9. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • NYS Standard – Social Studies- World History
      • Standard 2 : Students will use a variety of intellectual skills to demonstrate their understanding of major ideas, eras, themes, developments and turning points in world history and examine the broad sweep of history from a variety of perspectives.
        • Key Idea 2: Establishing timeframes, exploring different periodizations, examining themes across time and focusing on important turning points in world history. (timelines task)
        • Key Idea 3: Study of the major social, political, cultural, and religious developments in world history involves learning about important roles and contributions of individuals and groups.
        • (cartoon/word document task)
  • 10. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • ISTE Standard One
      • Basic operations and concepts; Students will demonstrate a sound understanding of the nature and operation of technology systems
      • Students are proficient in the use of technology.
        • Surfing the web, using search engines to locate data for their timelines, cartoons and papers
  • 11. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • ISTE Standard Two
      • Social, ethical and Human issues; Students develop positive attitudes toward technology uses that support lifelong learning, collaboration, personal pursuits and productivity.
        • Students discover the wealth of information available to them on the internet and fun tools and software which allow for creative growth.
  • 12. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • ISTE Standard Three
      • Technology Productivity tools; students use technology tools to enhance learning, increase productivity and promote creativity.
      • Students use productivity tools to collaborate in constructing technology-enhanced models, prepare publications and produce other creative works.
        • collaboratively students will construct the timelines and creatively produce cartoons.
  • 13. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • ISTE Standard Five
      • Students use technology to locate, evaluate and collect information from a variety of sources.
      • Students use technology tools to process data and report results.
        • Students will have researched their projects using the internet and search engines and used the timelines, cartoons and papers to process and report their findings and ideas.
  • 14. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • Bloom’s Taxonomy – Skill – Knowledge
      • Observation and recall of information
      • Knowledge of dates, events, places
      • Knowledge of major ideas
      • Students will list, label and plot on their timelines. They will identify, tell, name, who, when, where , etc. in their papers and class presentations of their projects.
  • 15. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • Bloom’s Taxonomy – Comprehension
      • Understanding information
      • Interpret facts, compare, contrast
      • Order, group, infer causes
      • Students will summarize, describe, interpret and discuss their projects and how it relates to the time of the Tudors.
  • 16. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • Bloom’s Taxonomy – Analysis
      • Seeing patterns
      • Organization of parts
      • Identification of components
      • Students will analyze, explain, connect and arrange their tasks and project into the historical setting of the English Monarchy.
  • 17. The English Monarchy – The Tudors
    • Bloom’s Taxonomy – Synthesis
      • Generalize from given facts
      • Relate knowledge from several areas
      • Predict, draw conclusions
      • The students will create and design cartoons or compose, formulate, generalize in their Word document.
  • 18. Rubric for Unit – The Tudors Poor (5) Fair (10) Good (15) Excellent(20) Criteria ______ ______ ______ ______ TOTAL POINTS Could list, identify, tell, label and describe few major events and figures Could list, identify, tell, label and describe some major events and figures Could list, identify, tell, label and describe most major events and figures Could list, identify, tell, label and describe all major events and figures Bloom’s Skill Knowledge Repeated errors and sloppy layout distracted from main idea. Misspelled words, incomplete sentences, unstructured layout A few errors or poor choices but main idea explained. Usage was correct and construction and style clear. Composition, Grammar, Layout Submitted incomplete tasks Only submitted timeline portion of assignment Created finished projects using only two tools. Created products using all requested tools; internet, timeline, ToonDoo, Word Proficient in the use of technology Fails to state or explains events Somewhat explains events Adequately explains events Fully and clearly explains events Interpret and analyze information about important events
    • Missing data on timelines.
    • From papers
    • From internet searches
    • Most events on timelines
    • Most facts reported in papers
    • All events on timelines
    • All events and facts reported in papers.
    • all and additional facts and events located
    • Plotted
    • reported
    Use of technology to locate, collect, process and report data

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