Q1 – Week 1

Daily Lesson Plans

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Class Periods

1st – 4th

5th – 8th

1st – 8th

1st – 4th

5th – 8th

Benchmark(s)

SS.7.C.2.2

SS.7.C.2.2

SS.7.G.4.1

SS.7.C.2.3

Objective

Students will be able to define what a U.S. citizen is  and what it takes to become a U.S. citizen.

Students will be able to give examples of the duties and responsibilities of U.S. Citizens.

Students will be able to explain what it is to be an immigrant and identify countries from which immigrants have come to the U.S.

Agenda

1.    Bell Ringer and Attendance

2.    Citizenship PPT

3.    Citizenship Classroom Activity (grudge ball)

1.    Bell Ringer and Attendance

2.    Citizenship PPT

1.    Bell Ringer and Attendance

2.    Immigration Whole Group Reading and Discussion (pg. 4-10)

Bell Ringer

1.    What is your favorite place to visit?

2.    If you could go anywhere in the whole world, where would you go?

1.    What responsibilities do you have at home?

2.    What responsibilities do you have at school?

3.    Why do you think you have these responsibilities and what difference do they make?

1.    How many elements of immigrant cultures that have become part of American life can you list?

2.    What does it say about the U.S. that so many elements of other cultures are now a part of American culture?

3.    What do you know about your own family history (where did your family first come from, when did it come to America, and why)?

Assessment

Citizenship Activity (D)

Citizenship Activity (D)

Immigration Assignment (F)

Homework

Turn in all school forms to your homeroom teacher.

Turn in all school forms to your homeroom teacher.

Immigration Assignment (F)