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Georgia Experience Teacher Toolbox SAMPLE - Grade 5

GEORGIA EXPERIENCE |

GEORGIA EXPERIENCE | GRADE 5 | CHAPTER 11 PRIMARY SOURCE GALLERY WWW.GALLOPADE.COM/GA5-11/PS BAHAMAS DOM. REP. Image Gallery GREENLAND A TLANTIC Courtesy of National Archives and Records Administration Photograph of German children watching 20 tons of flour being unloaded from a USAF airplane during the Berlin Airlift – 1948 OTHER IMAGES WWW.GALLOPADE.COM/GA5-11/OTH ICELAND IRELAND PORTUGAL SPAIN FRANCE NORWAY DENMARK NETH. BELGIUM WEST GERMANY SWITZ. ITALY SWEDEN AUSTRIA POLAND CZECHOSLOVAKIA HUNGARY YUGOSLAVIA FINLAND ROMANIA BULGARIA ALBANIA GREECE CYPRUS LEBANON ISRAEL TURKEY ©Gallopade • All Rights Reserved • www.gallopade.com Permission is granted to use Toolbox only with students for whom a current-year Experience Class Set is purchased. Canary Islands WESTERN SAHARA The Berlin Wall English Channel ENEGAL MAURITANIA England MOROCCO MALI ALGERIA Iron Curtain EAST GERMANY Berlin • TUNISIA NIGER Cold War Primary Sources • ©Carole Marsh/Ga lopade • www.ga lopade.com 1 LIBYA CHAD Courtesy of NASA Courtesy of National Archives and Records Administration Satellite photograph of Berlin with a yellow line showing where the Berlin Wall once stood – created 2002 U.S.S.R (Soviet Union) EGYPT SUDAN Cold War Primary Sources • ©Carole Marsh/Ga lopade • www.ga lopade.com 19 Photograph of German children playing with toy American aircraft, simulating supply planes landing in western Berlin during the Berlin Airlift – 1948 SYRIA JORDAN ERITREA IRAQ KUWAIT DJIBOUTI TURKMENISTAN QATAR U. A. E. SAUDI ARABIA OMAN YEMEN IRAN UZBEKISTAN AFGHANISTAN PAKISTAN TAJIKISTAN KYRGYZSTAN Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons (Sue Ream; CC-BY-SA 3.0) Photograph of people atop the Berlin Wall near the Brandenburg Gate as wall came down in 1989 Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons ARCTIC OCEAN INDIA Cold War Primary Sources • ©Carole Marsh/Ga lopade • www.ga lopade.com 18 Photograph of remains of the Iron Curtain in the Czech Republic – 2007 SAMPLE Cold War Primary Sources • ©Carole Marsh/Ga lopade • www.ga lopade.com 2 C H I N A NEPAL BHUTAN BANGLADESH MYANMAR MONGOLIA LAOS THAILAND KAMPUCHEA VIETNAM Cold War Primary Sources • ©Carole Marsh/Ga lopade • www.ga lopade.com 20 TAIWAN NORTH KOREA SOUTH KOREA 17 PHILIPPINES

GEORGIA EXPERIENCE | GRADE 5 | CHAPTER 11 REVIEW AND Instructional Strategies and Teaching Tools ASSESSMENT Use the tools on the next pages to review and assess student learning. These can be easily adapted for differentiation based on the specific needs of your students, as well as based on the time available and your own preferences in how to use them. Ideas for use and adaptation include: • Assign review items to be done individually, or allow students to work in pairs. • Allow students to complete (or check and correct) the Study Guide at a class review session where answers are discussed aloud. • Assign the Study Guide as an “open book test” for an important grade. • Allow students to complete the Scavenger Hunt in small groups to be sure each student finds and completes all the interactive wrap-up and review steps. • Provide a Vocabulary Quiz word list for ELL or other students, as needed. • Select an item to count as extra credit. • Recruit student volunteers to help check students’ answers or workbooks. • Review topics and use Study Guide questions in a classroom game. Many of the instructional tools from the previous section also make great authentic assessments. You can easily select which tools to use to measure and document students’ understanding and application of new content knowledge and skills, and to use the data to inform instruction, including any needs for intervention. Student work on these assignments provides evidence of learning that is well-suited for student portfolios and grades. SAMPLE + ExperTrack: Also, be sure to assign ExperTrack Online Assessment Checkpoint #11 (if your school purchased the Teach Test Track license). ©Gallopade • All Rights Reserved • www.gallopade.com Permission is granted to use Toolbox only with students for whom a current-year Experience Class Set is purchased. 18