Core Content Coaching Module Social Studies Grade 6

Core Content Coaching Module Social Studies Grade 6

Core Content Coaching Module Social Studies Grade 6 CRM 2 Interdependence 2nd 6 Weeks Unit 1 Geography of the Americas Unit 2 Early Cultures Unit 3 Todays Systems (Please allocate 45 50 minutes to view and discuss this module.) Planning needs School Calendar/Yearly Itinerary (YI) Curriculum Road Map (CRM)

TEKS/ELPS/CCRS Text: Our World Today A resource for higher order question stems Lesson plan template and most importantly, EACH OTHER 2 Yearly Itinerary: Pacing, SCA, Eligible TEKS Yearly Itinerary information should be used along with

school event calendar information to get an accurate picture of available instructional time. 3 Review CRM for Concept, Transfer Statement, Enduring Understandings, Essential Questions, Units, Vocabulary, Arcs, Resources, Pacing Review each category

as you plan 4 Look at the TEKS being taught for the lesson, What Students Will Need to Know and Will Be Able To Look at the verbs, words, and phrases What TEKS are addressed during this lesson? What academic vocabulary do students need to understand and use? What words or phrases in the TEKS may not be understood by the students? What guiding question(s) will facilitate understanding and

mastery? 5 Unit 1-- Geography of the Americas What materials will I need to teach these TEKS? What will the students know at the end of the lesson?

What will the students be able to do at the end of the lesson? 6 TEKS: Look at the TEKS Verb, Words, Phrases Do you understand what students need to master?

Do you understand what the TEKS expect the students to learn? How will you teach the students the vocabulary and phrases related to the TEKS? How will you teach the TEKS to the students?

How will your lesson reflect the mastery of the TEKS being studied? How will you know when the student has accomplished/demonstrated mastery of the TEKS being studied? 7 Students Will KnowStudents Will be Able To Read the Students Will be Able To Do these sections reflect

what is in the TEKS? How will your teaching reflect these sections? Oral language strategies Written response strategies Questioning strategies Collaborative learning strategies Discuss in your group and share with each other: What activities will I use to engage my students and ensure mastery of these TEKS?

8 Lesson Planning Tools Exemplar Lesson 9 CRM Assessment Evidence Discuss in partners or in a group the formative and summative assessments listed.

10 Pacing a Lesson Regular Class Period Warm Up: 5 10 minutes Give students a blank map of North and South America. Give them 5 10 minutes to fill in the physical features and countries they recognize. Go over the student work in a large group to check for prior knowledge. Instructional Activity: 30 minutes Have the students turn over their prior knowledge map and given them a list of physical and political features that they need to fill on their map. (Great activity for working in pairs.) If map is not finished in class, it should be finished at home to turn in at the beginning of class the next day. Anchors of Support: Our World Today, RA8 RA15, pp. 474 481 and an

atlas with other reference maps of North and South America. Both anchors will be used to locate the list of physical and political features provided by the teacher. Writing Activity: 5 10 minutes Quick-Write You have the freedom to travel to any city or country in the Americas. Where would you go and why? Student should describe the relative or exact location their city or country and describe/list the physical features they would see there. Summarizing/Closing: 5 minutes Using the sheet with the physical and political features have students come up to display map and point to the feature described by the teacher or show a Discovery Streaming video on the geography of the Americas ,if applicable, and use the quiz provided with the video as formative assessment. Block Class Period

Warm Up: 5 10 minutes Give students a blank map of North and South America. Give them 5 10 minutes to fill in the physical features and countries they recognize. Go over the student work in a large group to check for prior knowledge. Instructional Activities: 30 minutes Have the students turn over their prior knowledge map and given them a list of physical and political features that they need to fill on their map. (Great activity for working in pairs.)If map is not finished in class, it should be finished at home to turn in at the beginning of class. 20 minutes: After filling in the physical and political features on the map, the students will annotate the map to explain how the location/physical features will impact settlement, economic activities, natural resources, etc. Teacher may need to provide a reading to support this activity. 10 Minutes Show a Discovery Streaming video on the geography of the Americas if

applicable and use the quiz provided with the video as a formative assessment. Anchors of Support: Our World Today, RA8 RA15, pp. 474 481 and an atlas with other reference maps of North and South America. Both anchors will be used to locate the list of physical and political features provided by the teacher. Writing Activity: 5 10 minutes Quick-Write You have the freedom to travel to any city or country in the Americas. Where would you go and why? Students should describe the relative or exact location of their city or country and describe the physical features they would see on their visit. Teacher asks for volunteers to read their writing samples. Summarizing/Closing: 5 minutes Teacher uses the sheet with the physical and political features and has students come up to display map and point to the feature the teacher has named. Use a timer to keep on schedule.

11 Unit 1: Geography of the Americas This ends the CCC on the first unit in the 2nd 6 weeks Now on to Unit 2: Early Cultures 12

Unit 2: Early Cultures Review the areas with arrows for specific information for this unit. 13 Students Will Know Students Will Be Able To Discuss in your group and share with each other:

What activities will I use to engage my students and ensure mastery of these TEKS? 14 CRM Assessment Evidence Discuss in partners or in a group the formative and summative assessments listed.

15 CRM Lesson Planning Tools On the Social Studies website Home Page, select the 2nd 6 weeks to look at the portfolio for the exemplar lesson. Review the lesson and make adjustments based on the students you have, the background knowledge they have, and the content it covers. 16 Unit 3Todays Issues What materials will I need to teach these

TEKS? What will the students know at the end of the lesson? What will the students be able to do at the end of the lesson? 17 Students Will Know

Students Will Be Able To Discuss in your group and share with each other: What activities will I use to engage my students and ensure mastery of these TEKS? 18 CRM Assessment Evidence

Discuss in partners or in a group the formative and summative assessments listed. 19 CRM Lesson Planning Tools 20 and on to the next

Arc 21 22 This concludes the Core Content Coaching Module for the 2nd 6 weeks CRM 3 23

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