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Weekly Lesson Plan for Tularosa High School

Teacher: Grade/Subject: Date:


Richard Grace World History Week of August 8-10

State Standards/Common Core


Standards: New Mexico Bench Marks and Standards: World History Common Core: Literacy
Benchmark 1-C. World: analyze and interpret the major eras and important Key Ideas and Details:
List Standards CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RH.9-10.3 Analyze in detail
turning points in world history from the age of enlightenment to the present,
Addressed in Weekly to develop an understanding of the complexity of the human experience: a series of events described in a text; determine
Plans whether earlier events caused later ones or
Performance Standards: simply preceded them.
1. Describe and explain how the renaissance and reformation influenced education, art,
religion and government in Europe, to include: Craft and Structure:
a. development of renaissance artistic and literary traditions (e.g., Michelangelo, CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RH.9-10.4 Determine the
Leonardo da Vinci, Shakespeare); meaning of words and phrases as they are
b. development of Protestantism (e.g., Martin Luther, John Calvin) used in a text, including vocabulary describing
c. religious conflict and persecutions (e.g., Spanish inquisition) political, social, or economic aspects of
history/social science.
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RH.9-10.5 Analyze how a
text uses structure to emphasize key points or
advance an explanation or analysis.

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas:


CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RH.9-10.8 Assess the
extent to which the reasoning and evidence in a
text support the author’s claims.

Range of Reading and Level of Text


Complexity:
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RH.9-10.10 By the end of
grade 10, read and comprehend history/social
studies texts in the grades 9–10 text complexity
band independently and proficiently.

Lesson Objectives: Students Will:


Reading
Writing 1. Explain and evaluate contributions of significant Individuals or historical times in politics, economics, or society.
Speaking 2. Analyze how the Renaissance and Reformation influenced education, art, religion, and Government in Europe.
Listening 3. Explore World regions to better understand how physical, natural, and cultural processes influence where people
live, the ways in which they live and how societies interact with one another and their environments.
CFQ: How did the problems of the Middle ages lead to the Renaissance and Reformation of Religion?
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Differentiated DI: Pre-teaching DI: Pre-teaching DI: DI: Pre-teaching DI: Pre-teaching
Instruction: Vocabulary. Vocabulary. Mod.: As needed Vocabulary. Vocabulary.
Mod.: As needed Mod.: As needed Tech.: Smart board, computer. Mod.: As needed Mod.: As needed
Modifications: Tech.: Document Camera, Tech.: Document Camera, Tech.: Document Camera, Tech.: Document Camera,
Smart Board, Computer Smart Board, Computer Smart Board, Computer Smart Board, Computer
Technology:

Activities: 1. Into. Class: Syllabus 1. Iconograph 1. Present Iconograph


2. Geog.: Map Exercise
a. Reviewing World
Regions
b. Reviewing Locations
Vocabulary: 1. Found on Student List 1. Found on Student List 1. Found on Student List 1. Found on Student List 1. Found on Student list

Assessment: 1. Student Participation 1. Student Participation 1. Student Participation 1. Student Participation 1. Student Participation
2. Teacher observation 2. Teacher observation 2. Teacher observation 2. Teacher observation 2. Teacher observation
3. Teacher Graded with 3. Teacher Graded
Rubric. assignment.

Homework: None None None Finish Iconograph None

Reflection: