Disciplinary vocab lesson

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Disciplinary vocab lesson

  1. 1. CSI-R Vocabulary Lesson Plan IZORA BROWN DISCIPLINARY VOCABULARY STRATEGIES LESSON RED 6545; DR. CHRISTINE JOSEPH FOR: G R A D E 5 TH
  2. 2. Content  Disciplinary Vocabulary Scarcity (The basic economic problem that arises because people have unlimited wants but resources are limited.) Trade (is a cooperative activity both parties in a trade expect to benefit).
  3. 3. Standards  STANDARD SS.3.E.1.1 Standard 1: Beginning Economics Give examples of how scarcity results in trade.  CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.R.1: Read Closely-Evidence & Inferences  CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.W.6 Use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing and to interact and collaborate with others.  CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.L.4 Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases by using context clues, analyzing meaningful word parts, and consulting general and specialized reference materials, as appropriate.
  4. 4. Investigate: Text 1 Fiction Scarcity  http://www.kidseconposters.com/literature-connection/ Bunny Money; by: Rosemary Wells  http://www.kidseconposters.com/literature-connection/trademoney/bunnymoney/?query=Concepts.eq.Scarcity&xsearch_id=literature_search1 &xsearch[2]=&xsearch[0]=&class0_0=18&back=literature  Explain Ruby's comment, "Money is running through our fingers, Max." They were spending all their money too quickly.  Explain why they could not buy the music box. The music box cost $100; they only had $5 left.
  5. 5. Investigate: Text 1 Fiction Cont’d Trade  http://www.kidseconposters.com/literature-connection/ A New Coat for Anna; by Harriet Ziefert http://www.kidseconposters.com/literature-connection/trade-money/a-new-coatforanna/?query=Concepts.eq.Trade%20and%20Money&xsearch_id=literature_search1 &xsearch[2]=&xsearch[0]=&class0_0=6&back=literature  Explain how Anna could get a new coat for the winter without any money. Her mother traded a gold watch and other nice things for wool and the services of the craft people to make the coat.  List all the trades Anna's mother made in order to get the new coat. Gold watch to the farmer for wool; a lamp to the old woman to spin wool into yarn; garnet necklace to the weaver to weave yarn into cloth; teapot to the tailor for sewing cloth into a coat.
  6. 6. Investigate: Text 2 Informational http://www.socialstudiesforkids.com/articles/economics/theim portanceoftrade1.htm  Do you always get equal value when you trade?  You have too much grain but not enough rice. How would you trade? Song Lesson for Kids Homeschooling Economics Barter & Trade http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHY5cdExNa8
  7. 7. Investigate: Text 2 Informational http://www.socialstudiesforkids.com/articles/econ omics/scarcityandchoices1.htm • How does scarcity relate to supply and demand? • Explain why some countries food supply is scarce. • Why was the Harry Potter book scarce when it first came out?
  8. 8. Report Students will create a trading card of the vocabulary word “trade”. They will describe the word, give an example on how it effects the parties involved, and write a short story describing the word. They will also create a printing press using the same concept with the word “scarcity” but will insert images to go along with the stories.

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