Lesson Plan In Ancient Egypt

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Register to read the introduction… ELL Stage IV: Reading Standard 4: B-23: locating information in print and electronic reference sources for a specific purpose. Writing Standard 5: LI-4: Paraphrasing information from a variety of sources. Content Objective(s): SWBAT use resources to research a topic, understand basic timeline of Ancient Egypt, be able to create own timeline through research. Language Objective(s): SWBAT translate and summarize what they read into basic fact points, present their project to the …show more content…
Several students will be called upon to answer this question. The teacher will then explain that by stating their opinion and facts as to why that movie star is their favorite star, they are starting a persuasive argument. The teacher will then explain that for the next four days they will be working on persuasive essays on why they would or would not want to be mummified. Today, the students will be writing a rough draft (double spaced) based on research and information from their previous lesson on mummification. The students are asked to use five or more of their key vocabulary as well. The essays need to contain an introduction, position statement, examples, and a conclusion. The students will be given Handout 1, which is a rubric to base their essays on. * Students will bring their persuasive essays to class and get in two a small group of two. The student and their partner will exchange their essays and read them quietly. The students will proofread and edit their classmate’s papers. The students will use Handout 2 to make sure their partner has these main points. The student will write notes to their classmate in the space provided as well as on the rough draft. The students will be given the entire 50 minutes to work together and make any necessary corrections. * The students will bring their second drafts to class and each student will have individual …show more content…
* Students will identify what links the Pyramids of Giza and Orion’s Belt. * Students will represent the relationship between the Pyramids of Giza and Orion’s Belt. Language Objective(s): * Students will describe in detail the information presented, show the relationship, express their own thoughts through an in class discussion and a group presentation on the Pyramids of Giza and Orion’s Belt Constellation. * Discuss ideas about the pyramids and constellations. (Speaking) * Students have to discuss the relationship between the Pyramids of Giza and Orion’s Belts. (Speaking) * Give a group oral presentation. (Speaking) * Interpret information from articles provided to the student. (Reading) * Find information to support the main idea of presentation. (Reading) * Summarize information for presentation (Writing) * Create a diagram showing the relationship between the constellations and pyramids.

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