1. Topic-
Overthrow of the Hawaiian Monarchy and History of Mokauea Island
2. Content-
Students will summarize key events in Hawaiian History and organize data to create a timeline in the class.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.Quality Producer: The ability to recognize and produce quality performance and quality products
2. Effective Communicator: the ability to communicate effectively
4. Objectives-
By the end of this lesson students will be able to research different events in Hawaiian History and summarize facts. Students will organize these different events into a timeline and label as directed. Students will discuss and contrast these two different events.
5. Materials and Aids-
Cardstock, Hole Puncher, Markers/Crayons, Sharpie, Hemp, News Articles, Computers, Internet, Printers, and PowerPoint Presentation, Timeline and Compare and Contrast Worksheet, Elmo
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1. PowerPoint Presentation: Review of Rules and Laws (purpose and differences) and describe those who exercise power without authority.
"Raise your hands if you can tell me a rule that we have in the classroom? How about another place where there rules? What kind of rules are there? Now, who can give me an example of a law? Where are laws found? We are going to quickly go over what you already learned in your previous classes about rules and laws."
Pick a # of students to answer, if they didn't get called they can share with a classmate beside them before moving on to the next question.
The PowerPoint includes pictures of policemen, judges, soccer coaches, parents, bullies, street signs, child holding hand to cross street, going down slides, and sunscreen. Quiz the class on what each picture represents, is this someone with state/government power? Does this person have the authority to give you a ticket? Is this an example of a law or rule?
2. Now, discuss who a queen is, what are her rights, and what decisions are hers.
3. Display pictures of Queen Lili'u'okalani in Hawaii and a Prison.

B. Development-

1. With students at their desks, use an Elmo to put an article about Queen Lili'u'okalani on the screen.
2. Read the article together and pose reading comprehension questions. "Why did they take away her power?" "How did she feel?" "Is this what she wanted?" "How did she react?"

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