Note: TTW= The Teacher Will; TSW= The Students Will; GCR= Google Classroom
I. Standard(s): 6.15 Explain the structure of ancient Egyptian society, including: Relationships between groups of people; how social classes were organized by occupations; positions of Pharaohs as god/kings; role of slaves
A. Clear Target: I can understand ancient Egyptian society, and explain the social classes, and each classes roles in society.
B. Bell Ringer:
1. Question: What was the ancient Egyptian economy built on and why?
2. Previous Day’s Clear Target: I can explain the importance and impact of trade, and the importance of farming on trade in ancient Egyptian society.
a. Review: TSW discuss the previous day’s lesson in order to demonstrate understanding of the previous lesson’s clear target. TTW assess if there needs to be a review of the previous day’s lesson. If a review is needed, TTW have the students get out their notes and will review the material with them.
b. If no review is needed TTW have the students get ready for today’s lesson.
C. Set: TTW lead a discussion on the clear target and have the students help break it down.
D. Presentation of New Material: TSW will watch the Haastyle History Video and complete their notes while watching it. Here is the link for the Haastyle History Video.
1. Checks For Understanding (CFU): Closure Question(s); quiz; Independent Practice
2. Video in Video N/A
3. Simulation: N/A
E. Guided Practice: TTW show the students how to get to the day’s presentation of new material and independent practice; and explain what they are doing to complete the day’s lesson. TTW then choose a student at random to perform the same tasks.
F. Independent Practice (The assignments are due the next school day unless otherwise stated):
1. TSW will watch the Haastyle History video and complete their notes from the presentation.
2. TSW complete “Part 4 Brain Dump” in their notes packets.
G. Closure: TSW be able to participate in the discussion over the previous lesson.
H. Assessment: Question and answer/Discussions/The guided practice