Lesson Plan 1: Nine Men’s Morris Historical/Cultural Perspective


Objective: SWBAT accurately measure and draw a 1” grid, read and write numbers up to ten in Italian, and play cooperatively. Materials



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Objective: SWBAT accurately measure and draw a 1” grid, read and write numbers up to ten in Italian, and play cooperatively.
Materials: For 5 players and one caller: 1 - 16” x 16” piece of cardboard, poster board or oak tag, ruler, pencil, scissors, colored markers, plastic bowl, and chips (pennies, bottle caps, etc.).
Procedure: Draw five 5 x 7 inch cards on the poster board and cut each of them out. Have each student measure and draw four vertical and 5 horizontal lines on the matte side of each board. The vertical lines should be 1” apart. The top horizontal line should be 2” from the top of the card. The remaining horizontal lines should be drawn 1” apart. Label each square on each card in the 1” grid randomly with numbers 1-10 in Italian and the word free in the center square. The top 2” x 5” square is labeled Le Lotto. With the remaining poster board, make ten 1-1/2’ x 1-1/2” cards, numbered uno through diece. Determine who will be the caller. Each player gets a Le Lotto card and flat chips to place on the numbers as they’re called. The caller randomly selects, then calls out numbers. Players who have this number place a chip on that square. When a player has filled a vertical, horizontal or diagonal row of numbers, he or she calls out “Le Lotto!” and becomes the winner of that game. Students in the group can take turns being the caller.
one = uno (OO-nuh)

two = due (DOO-eh)


Le Lotto

three = tre (treh)

four = quattro (KWAH-truh)

five = cinque (CHEENG-kweh)

six = sei (say)

seven = sette (SEH-the)

eight = otto (AU-tuh)

nine = nove (NAW-veh)



ten = diece (DEE-a-chee)

Assessment: Observation sheet based on level of participation on a 0-2 scale: 0-non-particpation 1-some participation 2- full participation in activity, and an anecdotal record based on behavior during activity.



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