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DISTRICT UNIT/LESSON PLAN

Teacher Name : Rebecca Rutkowski Subject : World History Start Date(s): March 2016 Grade Level (s): 7

Building : WHEMS



Unit Plan

Unit Title: Foundations in Government Triumph of Parliament in England. A two week unit describing the struggles between Parliament and the King of England in the 1600’s. Students will examine revolutionary changes in England that resulted in more power for Parliament. The ensuing conflicts shaped a new kind of government in England. The unit concludes with The Glorious Revolution of England; and ultimately sets the stage for the Enlightenment Thinkers and the basis for Revolution in Colonial America.

Essential Questions: Continuation of the essential question from previous unit: How much power should the government have? How did Democracy emerge in England? And in the context of the English civil war: “Why would the wealthy English “commoners” try to prevent the less wealthy from having an equal say in government?”

Standards: PA Core Standards, PA Academic Standards/Anchors (based on subject)

Summative Unit Assessment :


Summative Assessment Objective

Assessment Method (check one)

Students utilize interactive notebooks, which include gra


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DAILY PLAN

Day

Objective (s)

DOK LEVEL

Activities / Teaching Strategies

Grouping

Materials / Resources

Assessment of Objective (s)

1/2

Students will describe the relationship between Parliament and the monarchy under the Tudors and Stuarts. (Tudor Monarchs work with Parliament)

1,2

Review Absolute Monarchs in Europe. Compare Rulers: Project the Start Up Activity. Ask students to answer the question as they enter and get settled. Then have them share their ideas with another student, either in class or through a chat room or blog.

Vocab: Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, English Parliament, Parliament, England, Absolutism, Revolutions, Lord Protector, King James I, Oliver Cromwell



Review reading passage  Power Point , with hyperlinked video and 
Questions based on Primary and Secondary source documents


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Notebooks, Portraits of Early English rulers.

Whiteboard, markers, posters,

English Civil War video: https://www.pearsonrealize.com/community/program/0be74de3-3c6b-35d4-93ac-36ed8f4b0e87/7/tier/d09a033a-5dd1-39c8-be3c-b704e2369999/7/lesson/e6dfca6c-5437-35ec-b61e-bcbb01c161bd/8/content/f96762d7-2737-32e3-af95-f344feb544a6/9


Formative- exit ticket

Summative-

Student Self - Assessment-

readings


3/4

Students will describe the relationship between Parliament and the Stuarts after the death of Elizabeth I.


1/2

Introduce the activity by explaining that the English Civil War was the result of years of conflict between the Stuart monarchy and Parliament.

Project the timeline on the whiteboard. Review the events presented on the timeline. Click on the hotspots for information on especially important points. Ask students to think about the stages at which a war might have been avoided. What actions would each side have had to take?



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Interactive Timeline: England Divided: The Monarchy and Parliament Fight for Power? Whiteboard, computers.

https://www.pearsonrealize.com/community/program/0be74de3-3c6b-35d4-93ac-36ed8f4b0e87/7/tier/d09a033a-5dd1-39c8-be3c-b704e2369999/7/lesson/e6dfca6c-5437-35ec-b61e-bcbb01c161bd/8/content/67a46e6a-a1bc-3f1a-a2b4-8809cb25b172/9

Topics:




Formative- exit ticket: Both the Magna Carta and the Bill of Rights dealt with the issue of
A. Control of the army.
B. Free speech.
C. Parliamentary power.
D. The king.

Summative-

Student Self - Assessment- Glorious revolution timeline


5/6

Students will explain how English government developed after the English Civil War.

1.2.3,4

The English Civil War

Vocab: English Bill of Rights



  • limited monarchy

  • constitutional government

  • cabinet

  • prime minister

  • oligarchy



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Discussion/Reading primary sources from the English Civil War.

Formative-English Bill of Rights/Reading Primary Source

Summative-

Student Self - Assessment-


7/8

Students will- Identify the causes of the Glorious Revolution and the ideas contained in the English Bill of Rights.

1.2

Cromwell and the Commonwealth: Concept-

After the execution of Charles I, the House of Commons abolished the monarchy and the House of Lords, and established the Church of England. It declared England a republic, known as the Commonwealth, under the leadership of Oliver Cromwell.



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Concepts covered:

Movie clips/notes/readings

Formative- Think-Pair-Share strategy to answer the questions in the Steps Toward Liberty activity.

Summative-

Student Self - Assessment-


9/ 10

Students will- Identify the characteristics of limited monarchy and constitutional government in England.

1,2,3

From the monarchy “Restoration to the Glorious Revolution”

England’s Constitutional Government Evolves



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Roots of Democracy./Steps to Democracy

Graphic organizer: Limited constitutional monarchy.

Concepts




Formative-review for test

Summative-

Student Self - Assessment-


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Students will-review for test



Topic 4 review

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Review game

Formative-

Summative- Test tomorrow



Student Self - Assessment-


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