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Name: Emily Bennett

Grade Level: 5
Content Area: Social Studies
Beyond-the-Basic Productivity Tool Used: Timeline from
Standards Addressed: (Example: MCCK.CC.1 Count to 100 by ones and tens

SS5H5 The student will explain how the Great Depression and New Deal affected the lives of millions
of Americans.
Blooms Level of Critical Thinking:






Description of how to implement in the class: Describe what students will be doing with the BBPT
and how the learning activity will help them learn. Overview should be approximately 1-2

Students will be creating a timeline of either the Great Depression or the New Deal depending on
their choice. They will use the Timline creator from to assemble the timeline.
They will need to have at least 7 key events in order to receive full credit. Each event must have at
least a month and year and a brief description of what the event was. Students will also create a write
up of the significance of at least 3 events.
Level of Technology Implementation (LoTi): What LoTi best describes this learning experience
and Why.
Students will be engaging in LoTi level 4. They will assume the role as teachers and lead themselves
through the assignment. Students will determine what information is important and what
information is not. There are multiple results for each timeline which allows the teacher to take on
the role as co-learner. The students are producing products that are interesting and meaningful to
the classroom.
Description of the sample BBPT file provided *: Describe what viewers will see and how this
BBPT file will be used in class as an example of what students will create or as a template they will
complete. If you are attaching an Inspiration file you will also want to attach a .pdf so that those
without the software can access the file.
When you view this BBPT file, you will see an example of a timeline created that shows 7 major
events from the Great Depression with their respective month and year (day also if known). This is
an example of what the students will create. These timelines can be set up by date, event, or time.
Students can attach an image to each event and write a small description about it.
Other comments about your proposed BBPT Activity: Anything else you want to say. If you are
using/adapting another persons lesson, cite the original source.