Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy Girl’s Rock 2014-2015



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Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy

Girl’s Rock 2014-2015


Teachers’ Name: McBride, L. Week of: 3-7 November 2014

Grade Level: 7 Subject: Texas History


Date

Bell Ringer

This is the activity that students will be expected to do before class begins.

TEKS/STUDENT EXPECTATIONS

OBJECTIVES

What will students know and be able to do? How will you let them know the goals? Write in student friendly language.

INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES (ANAG)

Accessing Prior Knowledge, New Information, Apply Knowledge, Generalization

ASSESSMENT

How will students show you that they know and can do using a variety of formative assessments?

ACCOMMODATIONS FOR SPECIAL NEEDS

(What different teaching strategies are used to teach all students including GT, 504,LEP, and Special Ed?)

RESOURCES MATERIALS

Mon


A

(1-4)

SIN Update
Extended Do Now—Columbus APPARTS

(25)




I can tell why the date 1519 is important.
I can identify why Alonso Alvarez de Pineda and Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca and his writings and Spanish search for gold are important individuals and events in Texas history.


Introduction to Europeans in Texas—Day 2/3 (10): ESP Analysis Strategy—students will review reasons for and impact of European exploration.
New Information (15):

Day 2: Display and discussion of Impact of Disease and map of Texas coast.


Guided Practice and Independent Practice (50): Students will read and summarize the Journal of Cabeza de Vaca (Pen/Pencil to Paper). Students will also complete the Essential Questions and Summary portions of their Cornell Notes.
Assessment of Mastery (10): Learning Targets Post Assessment and Evidence of Learning


Learning Targets
Written Summarization
Cornell Notes
Essential Questions Responses


Summarizing and Note-taking
Be The Lead Reader


SIN
Laptops
Lesson Documents

Tues


B

(5-8)

SIN Update
Do Now

(10)




I can tell why the date 1519 is important.
I can identify why Alonso Alvarez de Pineda and Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca and his writings and Spanish search for gold are important individuals and events in Texas history.


Introduction to Europeans in Texas—Day 3/3 (5): ESP Analysis Strategy—students will review reasons for and impact of European exploration.
New Information (15):

Review of previous information.


Guided Practice and Independent Practice (50): TIME Magazine Cover Activity.
Assessment of Mastery (10): Learning Targets Post Assessment and Evidence of Learning


Learning Targets
TIME Magazine Cover


Summarizing and Note-taking
Be The Lead Reader


SIN
Laptops
Lesson Documents


Wed


A

(1-4)

REPEAT OF PREVIOUS DAY
















Thurs


B

(5-8)

SIN Update
Do Now
Pass/Explain Homework
Unit Assessment

(40)



I can explain why 1718 is important in Texas History.
I can identify why France and Spain had conflicting claims to territory in Texas and explain how those claims led to Spain establishing Catholic missions, towns, and ranches in Texas.
I can identify why Fray Damian Massanet, Jose de Escandon, Antonio Margil de Jesus, and Francisco Hidalgo are important in Texas History.

Introduction to Spanish/French Settlement in Texas—Day 1/2 (10): Learning Targets Pre-Assessment; (Think-Pair-Share) A Toy for Two Small Children Analogy Activity
New Information (10):

Vocabulary—settlement, colony, mission, friar/priest, presidio; Spanish Settlement Patterns/ESP Effects Activity


Guided/Independent Practice (30): Guided Notes—Competition, Presidios, and Missions; Students will create a 3-part foldable book illustrating and comparing life in the following 3 areas of Spanish Texas—mission life, presidio life, and town life.
Assessment of Mastery (10): Learning Targets Post Assessment and Evidence of Learning


Learning Targets Pre-/Post-Assessment
Illustrated Vocabulary
Note Taking



Think-Pair-Share
Illustrated Vocabulary
Foldables
Learning Targets



SIN
Laptops
Lesson Documents

Fri



















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