1. Topic-
Constitution Chronology

American Revolution Map
2. Content-
Social Studies

Key Vocabulary - Constitution, Executive Branch, Legislative Branch, Judicial Branch, Loyalists, Patriots
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. Students will be able to put important dates in chronological order and state how these events were significant to the Constitution using Kidspiration.
2. Students will review events, cause and effects, and facts about the American Revolution using Kidspiration.
4. Objectives-
1. 1-B-3 Explain the significance of major historical documents.
2. 3-A-1 Explain how the three branches of national government function.
3.3-C-1 Describe the narrative of people and events associated with the development of the US Constitution.
5. Materials and Aids-
Computers, projector, textbooks, cheat sheets
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

Kidspiration - web

B. Development-

Show my example made on kidspiration

C. Practice-

Practice moving things around on kidspiration, using various tools.

D. Independent Practice-

1.Students - complete the graphic organizer Constitution Chronology
2.Students will complete the American Rev graphic organizer as a review for the test.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.Fill in a few boxes to reduce the amount for SPED students.
2.Students may use pictures instead of words.
3. Students who have handwriting difficult will be able to type the responses.

F. Checking for understanding-

Aided students in understanding assignment and guiding them.

G. Closure-

Students will send me their completed work and comment on their experience via Mrs. Jones' wiki.
7. Evaluation-
1. Students completed work

2. Wiki comments.
8. Teacher Reflection-
Students commented they enjoyed the assignments and would like an opportunity to work again on Kidspiration. Many assignments weren't finished. Students don't have access to their files except here at school. I would need to give them more time to complete the assignment, maybe another day. Some students just messed with changing colors and moving things around, not really putting anything of content into the assignment. Students didn't use this time to really review properly. I will have to tweak the lesson for next time to allow for those slower students.

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