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t Understanding: Citizenship

Subject/Grade/Year: Social Studies, Science, and Writin

Core II Grades 6-8 2012-2013

Stage 1 - Desired Results (Standards)

nsfer Power Standard(s): What CCSS/ISBE/National Standards(s)

will address this unit?

● Integrate visual information (e.g., in charts, graphs,

photographs, videos, or maps) with other information in

print and digital texts.

● Distinguish among fact, opinion, and reasoned

judgment in a text.

● Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of

science and technical texts.

● With some guidance and support from peers and adults,

develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning,

revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach,

focusing on how well purpose and audience have been

addressed.

● ...need Science conservation standard

Transfer Goal: Applies the Power Standard to a “novel” real w

situation. A statement of what students should be able to do w

the standard knowledge in other contexts. Students will be abl

independently use their learning on a long-term basis to...

● understand and use candidate platforms to make

informed decisions.

● it is important to be a good citizen

aning Essential Understandings: What specific understandings can

be predicted from the Power Standard(s)?

● Students will understand that...

● voting is an important part of living in a democracy.

● people have the right to express their own opinions.

● each person has an impact on the environment.

Essential Questions: What thought provoking questions woul

foster inquiry, understanding and transfer of learning?

● What makes you a good citizen?


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Knowledge: What should students know as a result of this

unit? What can be studied? (Theory/Concepts/Mental

Coordination)

Students will know...

● researching a political platform

● how to write and support an opinion

● classification of recycling process

● results of natural disasters

● environmental impact

● importance of voting


Skills: What should students be able to do as a result of this unit?

What can be practiced? (Application of Theory/Concepts/Physical

Coordination)

Students will be able to...

● debate

● components of research

● word processing

● campaign speeches

Stage 2 - Evidence

mative Performance Assessment(s): Is each standard and transfer goal being assessed? An authentic assessment(s) designed to sho

students demonstrate their understanding of essential questions and transfer goals when applied to a new, varied, or realistic situation.

uld be written in the GRASPS format and reflect the UbD “Six Facets of Understanding”.

● Political Campaign Speech

○ chart

○ speech contains facts and opinions of issues including a conservation issue

○ speech has several drafts from peers and teachers


essment Criteria: What criteria will be used in each assessment to evaluate attainment of each desired result? What are the qualities by

ch learning is judged? Think rubric components!!! (Content, Process, Product, knowledge, skill)

structively aligned assessment criteria begin with a noun that complements the verb in the assessment tasks objective. If the objective is f

dents to "explain how concepts in the subject interrelate" one of the criteria might be "Clarity of explanation". That is, the criterion describes

lity in the assessment task that will be judged as an assessment. Other commonly used quality words used in criteria include: Accuracy,

rency, Depth, Impact, Legibility, Originality, Succinctness, and Relevance.


mative Assessment Evidence: What daily evidence has been collected to determine goal attainment? Tests, quizzes, discussions,

ework, exit slips, graphic organizers, note-taking, etc…

● ·

Stage 3 - Learning Plan (Activity)


-Assessment: What will be done to determine students’ background knowledge, skill level, and possible misconceptions? (K-W-L) How w

dents be grouped? What opportunities for differentiation will take place?

ned Learning Activities: What will be done each day to foster student success at transfer, meaning, and acquisition? How will critical

king, problem solving, and systems thinking be incorporated? Consider the “Gradual Release of Responsibility Model” and “WHERETO”

at when developing daily experiences linked to Stages 1 and 2.


e(s) “We Will…”

Objective:

How are action verbs

used to link content to

the Power Standard

for each learning

experience?

Procedures:

What is the daily lesson plan process? What is the step-by-step path of learning?

How are learning activities prioritized and sequenced in an engaging and time

sensitive manner? How are learning experiences differentiated or modified to meet

assessed learning needs? How are the daily products connected to Summative

Performance Tasks?

Progress Monitorin

How is progress tow

transfer, meaning, a

acquisition regularly

monitored?

What are the

misunderstandings?

How will students

receive relevant

feedback?

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We will introduced

and explore the

concepts of debate,

fact/opinion, reusing,

saving/wasting water

and recycling.

SS

● Students will take a pre assessment on debate listing everything they

know on the subject.

● During this week students will complete a variety of activities learning

about and preparing a debate as an entire group.

● By the end of the week students should be able to state the meaning

of the word debate.


Writing

● Students will be introduced fact and opinion (What is a fact/opinion?)

● Students will be able to identify a fact and opinion

Science


During the first week, students will take a pre assessment indicating the

amount of knowledge they have regarding what environmental issues are.





Students will be engaged in activities learning about recycling, reusing, and

reducing in the environment and the effects of global warming in the world.

resource:

http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/gamesactivities/recycling.html

Students will view a variety of brief videos showing some of the effects of

global warming over time.

resource: http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/environment/globalwarming-environment/global-warming-101/

Students will take a post assessment indicating what they now know about


environmental issues.

Resources:

http://homeworktips.about.com/od/essaywriting/a/100-Persuasive-Essay-Topics.htm

http://www.ereadingworksheets.com/writing/persuasive-essay-topics/

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Science

● Students will review the 3 R’s ; reuse, recycle, reduce as well as global

warming and its effects on our planet and living things.

● What is a debate? Students will discuss, using background knowledge from

Social Studies class what is a debate?

● Develop teams to debate environmental issues and their importance to

individuals.

Social Studies:

● Based upon on the gradual release model, students will work in groups to

plan both sides debating the question “Should we continue to celebrate

9/11?”

● Before students begin actually debate on this topic, they will view a video of

a 6 th grade class completing a debate.

Writing


Introduce persuasive writing


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