Teacher: Karen O’Shaughnessy
Editor: Rachel M. Stanton, M.Ed.
Objective:By the end of the lesson, students will define the many different parts of our Constitution as evidenced by their poster presentation/rubric; showcasing the definitions and meanings and significance of their particular section.Optional: Students will also be able to define vocabulary as evidenced by completion of an exit ticket.Assessments:Diagnostic Assessment:Class discussion re: The Constitution and associated vocabularyFormative Assessment:Circulate during group work - pose questions to studentsSummative Assessment:Assess posters via rubric and class discussion.Create an Exit ticket:Definitions and T/F that assesses students understanding of content.Materials:
Full lesson plan for The Constitution
Harcourt social studies grade 4 worksheets and teaching resources
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