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Social Studies 9 Lesson Plan

Block 8

Topic:
Arrival of
Champlain

Statement of Inquiry:
Unit Questions
Factual:
Conceptual:
Debatable:

Learning Standards:
Curriculum
Competencies [KUD]

(Skills, Strategies & Process What students will be able to do by the end of the
lesson.) Content [KUD]: Topics What students will know by the end of the
lesson

Learning Intentions:

1-2 statements, to be shared with students as part of your formative assessment


practice. Kid friendly language.

You can refer back to the MYP unit questions at any time.

MYP

What Approaches to Learning will be included in this lesson?

What part of the learner profile may be addressed in this lesson?

Time

Connections to
Aboriginal Education

This does not always need to explicit. It can be implicit in the


lesson.
Have you considered the First Peoples Principles of Learning?

Materials/Resources:

What books, videos, handouts, props, technology etc will I need for my lesson?
How do I need to prepare my materials for the lesson? Have I considered how I will
distribute/use/collect materials in my lesson?
How many adapted/modified versions will I need?
How many copies?
Do I have copies for Educational Assistants and the Learning Resource room?
Is everything ready before the class?
Do I have to sign out any equipment or set up the room differently?
You have MANY students on adapted programs in this class. This can included
learning plans that are academic or behavior.

Formal Plan for


Assessment: Think
What? How??

Student Background
and Understandings
What do students
already know about
this topic:

Formal Plan for Assessment: Think What? How? Pre-assessment?


What evidence are you collecting? Is that evidence formative or summative? How
are you recording that evidence? Does this lesson include/require a formal check
for understanding? What formative assessment strategies are you planning to
implement: Rubrics, criteria, peer & self assessment, tickets out the door, sticky
notes etc?

Instructional Process:

OPENING
Setting the Context/
Introduction/Hook:

Time
7-10
mins

How will I introduce the


lesson topic/concept,
outline the
objectives/shape of the
lesson, and generate
excitement around the
lesson topic/concept

BODY
Please consider:
PLAN YOUR
TIMELINE! What is the
best order of
activities?
Have I considered the
transitions between
each activity?
What DIRECT
INSTRUCTION, is
needed and what will
I say, how will I
model?
How are students
grouped and how will
we move from large
groups to small and
back?
This section is the bulk of
the lesson, which will
include a combination of
the following elements:

Activities/Practice:
Engaging teaching
strategies with a variety
of teaching activities. How
are the students
practicing the skills you
are teaching?

Modeling: How will I


demonstrate the activity,
what will I do to show
how to complete the
task? walk the students
through the instructions

TIME:

step by step with an


example/show and say

Checking for
Understanding: Step by
step direction review and
listingstudents to
explain task to the class,
how do you know how
much they are learning?

CLOSING
Metacognition/Closure:
How will I wrap up the
activity? Review the
learning and lesson
objectives?
Check for
understanding? Formal
or informal?