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    World History Lesson Plans August 2-6, 2021

     

    Weekly Topic: Ancient India

     

    Objective: 7.3 Demonstrate an understanding of the development of civilization in Indus Valley.

     

    Additional Standards:

    1. Explain the influence of geographical features on the development of Ancient Indus River Valley.
    2. Analyze the influence of HInduism on the Indian culture and social practices.
    3. Describe various aspects of culture, including language, art, architecture.
    4. Analyze the power held by each class of the Indian caste system. 
    5. Trace the influence of trade on the development of Indus River Valley.

     

    MONDAY

    Bellwork/Anticipatory Set: India Flocabulary Video

    Input/Modeling: Students will begin learning about ancient India through a Historical Snapshot text. We will read about India together, and students will learn how to properly annotate a text.

    Guided Practice: Students will follow annotation prompts to complete annotations on their historical snapshot.

    Independent Practice: Students will answer comprehension questions based on the text. 

    Closure: Students will put away Historical Snapshots, rewatch Flocabulary, and complete the vocabulary quiz together.



    TUESDAY

    Bellwork/Anticipatory Set: Historical Snapshot: Ancient India/Instructomania Geography Video

    Input/Modeling: Geography Notes

    -Students will learn about and take notes on the geography of ancient India and discuss how its geographical features impacted the development of the civilization. 

    Guided Practice: Teacher will demonstrate how to use a map to properly label land features on a blank map of India. 

    Independent Practice: Students will practice their map skills by labeling a blank map of India.

    Closure: Students will use Google Earth to identify the physical features of India that we discussed today.



    WEDNESDAY

    Bellwork/Anticipatory Set: Historical Snapshot/Origins of Hinduism

    Input/Modeling: Students will learn about and take notes on the origins, foundational beliefs, and the spread of Hinduism.

    Guided Practice: Students will learn about the religious significance of Mehendi/Henna.

    Independent Practice: Students will complete a Henna Hand art project. 

    Closure: Students will answer the question, “What are the major beliefs associated with Hinduism?”



    THURSDAY

    Bellwork/Anticipatory Set: Last minute Quizlet vocabulary review

    Input/Modeling: Teacher will go over vocabulary test expectations with students and show them how to login to Edulastic.  

    Guided Practice: N/A

    Independent Practice: Students will take their vocabulary test on ancient India. After completing their test, students will login to Flocabulary and begin working on their ancient India lessons.

    Closure: Self-Assessment: How did you perform on your vocabulary assessment? What can you do differently in an attempt to be more successful next time?



    FRIDAY

    Bellwork/Anticipatory Set: Historical Snapshot/Origins of Buddhism

    Input/Modeling: Students will learn about and take notes on the origins, foundational beliefs, and spread of Buddhism. The students and teacher will read about the story of Buddha together. 

    Guided Practice: Students will learn about using a double-bubble map before creating one of their own. 

    Independent Practice: Students will create a double-bubble map to compare and contrast the religions of Hinduism and Buddhism. Students will make certain to include a frame of reference.

    Closure: Students will answer the question, “What are the major beliefs associated with Buddhism? How are they both similar and different to Hinduism?”