Select a person or event from the content covered in this module and create a lesson plan relevant for 3rd grade. You only need to outline–you do not need to go into an actual lesson here. It’s only the broad outline here. For the grade, you need to post your lesson plan. However, you do not need to comment on other posts–though you are certainly welcome to. I encourage you to respond to anyone who posts on your lesson plan. I hope you find this exercise to be helpful for practicing building lesson plans, yet also beneficial to learn from others and have a LOT of history lesson plans for you to save!
For clarity and brevity, you may follow this outline (you may do something else if you’re used to something else):
Topic: _________________(person or event you’re covering)
Grade:_________________(list what grade you’re teaching)
Introduction:___________ (what you will do to introduce the topic, such as a question to discuss or activity)
Lesson Activities:_________________(what are the main points you want to cover and how will you teach them, such as lecture, discussion, activity, etc.)
Assessment/ Checking for Understanding:_________________(what you will do to check student comprehension for the day)
Conclusion:_____________(what you will do to wrap up the topic)

Are Religion and Science in Conflict?

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Grade: 3rd Grade

Introduction:
– Begin by asking students if they have ever heard of Galileo Galilei. Discuss with students what they know about appeared first on assignment in 6hours.

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Grade: 3rd Grade

Introduction:
– Begin by asking students if they have ever heard of Galileo Galilei. Discuss with students what they know about appeared first on GET HELP WITH PAPERLINQ.

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