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Cultural studies weekly Plan

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Weekly plan aligned with standards that we can meet student's goal as well as we can imporve teaching and learning. The proper planning is the basic need of teaching and learning strategies which gives the clear directions that how to implment. Planning in other hand is the reflection of student's either inside or outside of the classroom.

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Cultural studies weekly Plan

  1. 1. Dubai International School Department Social Sciences Grade 9 Civilization Unit Plan Term 1 2016-17 www.moe.gov.ae
  2. 2. G09Dubai International School Unit Plan Term 1October9-13,2016 (week6) Standards Activities and experiments Vocabulary Assessment Part 1. Chap 1 The Birth of civilization. 1: Students compare the present with the past,evaluating the consequences ofpast events and decisions and determining the lessons that were learned. 2:Students analyze how change happens at different rates at different times; understand that some aspects can change while others remain the same. 3: Students showthe connections,causaland otherwise, between particular historical events and larger social, economic, and political trends and developments. A: Creativity Students will play volunteer teacher role to teach Heliography and Mesopotamian writing system B: collaborative learning: Discuss the achievements of ancient Egypt civilization C: Presentation. D: Critical Thinking: visualization Assyrian Mitanian Hittites Kassites Empire Kingdom Chattel Debt Group discussion Individual task Interpreting Class room task Answering questions, Presentation Objectives Resources L esson1: 1. Compare the early civilization of Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt. Lesson2: 1. Identify the major period in Ancient Egypt civilizations Lesson: 3 1. Summarize the relationships among the ancient Near Eastern Empires and the key events in their history. Lesson4: 1. Identify the Indian civilizations location and names of major civilizations. Power Point, Video, DBQ Images Each Group: A: Group Activity (Presentation) B: Pair share (Note book) C: Explain and engage the class D: Videos Note book Academic Year 2016-17 2 | P a g e
  3. 3. Dubai International School Unit PlanOctober16-20,2016 (week7) Standards Activities and experiments Vocabulary Assessment Part 1. Chap 1 The Birth of civilization. 1: Students compare the present with the past,evaluating the consequences ofpast events and decisions and determining the lessons that were learned. 2:Students analyze how change happens at different rates at different times; understand that some aspects can change while others remain the same. 3: Students showthe connections,causaland otherwise, between particular historical events and larger social, economic, and political trends and developments. 1. A: Individual work Students will compare Indian civilization with ancient Egypt and Mesopotamian civilizations. B: Critical Thinking : imagination C: Collaborate learning. Discuss the similarities Moen Jo Daro and Harrapa D: Creativity: Presentation. Including Group activity Material culture Aryan Vedic Polytheism Indus Hymn Indra Pair share Group discussion Individual task Interpreting Class room task Answering questions Objectives Resources L esson1: comprehend the importance of Cultural Representation. 1. Summarize what is known and unknown about the Indus civilization 2. Describe the origins, society, culture, and religion of the Vedic Aryan Civilization. Lesson2: 1. Define Hymn to Indra. 2. Discuss the DBQ. Lesson: 3 1. Identify location and origin of Chinese civilization. 2. Discuss the evolution of early Chinese civilization. Lesson4: 1. Discuss the Chinese Neolithic origin to the period of Zhou dynasty Videos Students Edition Power Point Images Each Group: A: Individual Task B: Pair share (ppt, Note book) C: Students will demonstrate and identify. D: Volunteer teacher to present the lesson. Academic Year 2016-17 3 page

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