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Microteaching. Marie Roth Bailey Yoder. Student Description. Grade 9, ages 14-15 Even mix, boys/girls Wide range of SES 23 student, 5 IEP No ELL. Curriculum Outcome. Grade 9 History OACS #7: Analyze the causes and effects of World War I with emphasis on:

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Microteaching

Microteaching

Marie Roth

Bailey Yoder


Student description

Student Description

  • Grade 9, ages 14-15

  • Even mix, boys/girls

  • Wide range of SES

  • 23 student, 5 IEP

  • No ELL


Curriculum outcome

Curriculum Outcome

  • Grade 9 History

  • OACS #7:

    • Analyze the causes and effects of World War I with emphasis on:

      • Militarism, Imperialism, Nationalism, and Secret Alliances

      • The global scope, outcomes and human costs of the war


Objective

Objective

  • Students should be able to define the above terms and explain the global scope, outcomes, and human costs of WWI.


Evaluation

Evaluation

  • Pop Quiz on vocabulary

  • Announced Quiz over all objectives

  • Group Project on objectives


Lesson procedures

Lesson Procedures

  • Introduction:

    • Short video clip overviewing WWI

      • http://www.battlesofwar.com/media/world-war-1-footage.php

  • Connection to prior experiences

    • Bring in articles/pictures from WWI and relate to relatives/friends who are serving/have served in the past (if NA, imagine being drafted into the service at age 18)


Lesson procedures1

Lesson Procedures

  • Activities

    • Group project with presentations on global effects of WWI by exploring WWI by other countries using outside sources (library or internet-websites will be provided)

      • Students will use www.prezi.com to present their projects to the class

    • Pop quiz matching terms graded on completion to assess knowledge

    • Announced quiz over all objectives graded on correction


Lesson procedures2

Lesson Procedures

  • Questions

    • Lower order

      • How many soldiers were killed during the war?

      • What were the alliances and what countries were they composed of?

      • What was the treaty called?

    • Higher order

      • Explain the outcomes of WWI for the countries involved in the war.

      • Explain what was outlined in the treaty and how the countries involved were affected.


Lesson procedures3

Lesson Procedures

  • Closure

    • Present projects to class

    • Documentary/internet clips about WWI


Commitment to diversity

Commitment to Diversity

  • Visual

    • Documentaries, written notes

  • Kinesthetic

    • Group projects and presentations

  • Auditory

    • vocabulary

  • Special Needs

    • Small groups, individual attention, close attention to IEP

  • Teacher will “randomly” choose groups, and discuss all or none cultural, religious, and/or SES backgrounds


Commitment to technology

Commitment to Technology

  • Students can explore the material through different sources such as internet, radio, newspaper, etc.

  • Go to the school library with back-up teacher articles pulled before lesson


Materials and resources

Materials and Resources

  • Textbook

  • Internet

  • Library

  • Smart board

  • Lecture notes

  • Vocabulary cards

  • Newspaper articles

  • Documentaries

  • Political cartoons


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