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Missions lesson plan

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Missions lesson plan

  1. 1. Ana PerezVanessa GarciaCindy AlvarezEva Jacinto Map of California Regions and Mission LocationsGrade: 4thContent Area: History and GeographyContent Standards: 4.1 Students demonstrate an understanding of the physical and human geographic features that define places and regions in California. -Use maps, charts, and pictures to describe how communities in California vary in land use, vegetation, wildlife, climate, population density, architecture, services, and transportationObjective:The students will create their own mission of California showing the geographical regions andthe location of the missions. They will show their cumulative knowledge of what they havelearned in their studies of California Missions through their presentations.Materials:- Map-List of mission locations-Glue and tape-Measuring cups and spoons-Cardboard (8 ½ x 11 or larger)-Outline map of California fitted to the cardboard-Mixing container-Wooden sticks-Toothpicks, Gummed labels, or masking tape-Plastic bags or plastic wrap-Markers-Color pencils-GlitterProcedure: After the students have a greater understanding of the missions, the teacher assigns each group a California Mission. The students research further to learn more about their chosen mission (using the California Mission report Outline). Have the students work on construction their mission after they have figured out a plan, using all the materials provided have students be as creative as possible
  2. 2. Students will plan a presentation for the classroom. Present as a group what they have learned of the mission. Students gather information and pictures and construct their own mission. Display relief mission on the classroomCalifornia Mission Order and Date Founded San Diego de Alcalá1 July 16, 1769 by Father Junipero Serra San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo2 June 3, 1770 by Father Junipero Serra San Antonio de Padua3 July 14, 1771 by Father Junipero Serra San Gabriel Arcángel4 September 8, 1771 by Father Pedro Cambon and Father Angel Somera San Luis Obispo de Tolosa5 September 1, 1772 by Father Junipero Serra San Francisco de Asís (Mission Dolores)6 June 26, 1776 by Father Francisco Palóu San Juan Capistrano7 November 1, 1776 by Father Junipero Serra Santa Clara de Asís8 January 12, 1777 by Father Junipero Serra San Buenaventura9 March 31, 1782 by Father Junipero Serra Santa Barbara10 December 4, 1786 by Father Fermin Lasuen La Purísima Concepción11 December 8, 1787 by Father Fermin Lasuen Santa Cruz12 August 28, 1791 by Father Fermin Lasuen Nuestra Señora de la Soledad13 October 9, 1791 by Father Fermin Lasuen San José14 July 11, 1797 by Father Fermin Lasuen15 San Juan Bautista
  3. 3. June 24, 1797 by Father Fermin Lasuen San Miguel Arcángel16 July 25, 1797 by Father Fermin Lasuen San Fernando Rey de España17 September 8, 1797 by Father Fermin Lasuen San Luis Rey de Francia18 June 13, 1798 by Father Fermin Lasuen Santa Inés19 September 17, 1804 by Father Estevan Tapis San Rafael Arcángel20 December 14, 1817 by Father Vicente de Sarria21 San Francisco Solano July 4, 1823 by Father Jose Altimira
  4. 4. California Mission Report OutlineName_______________________________________________Mission: __________________________________________Native American Tribe: __________________________________________________________________________________Founding the mission (when, who, nickname of mission, mission number)__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Building the mission/beginning the mission: (description, rebuilding, style, uniquecharacteristics)Life at the Mission (Daily life: livestock, crops, orchards, construction; jobs of NativeAmericans)HardshipsSecularization/ending of the missionYour mission today (other interesting information about the mission)Appendixes: 1. California Map-showing the location and name of the mission 2. Mission picture 3. Diagram of the Layout of the Mission 4. Bibliography

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