1. Topic-
World War I Newspaper
2. Content-
World War I battles, period technology and advertisements, propaganda, and the Treaty of Versailles
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
In this lesson, students will present the WW1 Newspaper projects they have been working on.
4. Objectives-
1. Students will be able to use the rubric in conjunction with teacher help to guide their projects.
2. Students will be able to research appropriate information as suggested in the rubric.
3. Students will be able to format their information into a newspaper, as suggested in the rubric.
4. Students will be able to present their newspaper to the class as a group.
5. Materials and Aids-
Library, Internet, ELMO Projector
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

Since the students should already have completed their newspapers, we will want to bring them to order to present. Telling them so should do it efficiently. Remind them that they each need to speak and that they should try not to say, "Um" or otherwise present themselves awkwardly.

B. Development-

Giving groups feedback with a mind to guide the other groups' presentations is the development in this lesson. On the same note, observing important information will be useful, as the students have not been directly instructed on WW1.

C. Practice-

Students will present their newspapers to inform the class and be graded.

D. Independent Practice-

The students need to work on an essay over this particular weekend, but that is not part of this lesson.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

There are no accommodations on this presentation, though some of my instruction may be differentiated insofar as Mr. Viebach may like to comment too.

F. Checking for understanding-

This falls under the feedback which should follow the presentations.

G. Closure-

Review major points brought up in the presentations, such as those which will be important to lecture and those which highlight causes, since the students are writing an essay on the preceding period over the weekend.

This Lesson Plan is available at (www.teacherjet.com)