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Title: Social Studies


1
Social Studies
  • DO NOW
  • Take a piece of paper.
  • Choose a seat.
  • Respond to the following in paragraph form. Be
    specific!
  • HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT SOCIAL STUDIES?
  • WHAT DO YOU LIKE AND DISLIKE ABOUT
  • IT?

2
Do Now On a piece of paper
  • Write three reasons we have school.
  • Write three reasons we have classroom rules.
  • How does this fit in with Social Studies?
  • Read over the fire drill procedure below.
  • Line up quickly and SILENTLY.
  • Last person shut the door please.

3
CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS
  • Be Respectful
  • Be Responsible
  • Be Safe
  • Be Here and Be Ready
  • bathroom and drinks
  • raising hands

4
Mean girl Mean boy
5
Think about a positive and negative scenario to
role play.
  • Example Chewing gum negative
  • Example- Saying thank you- Positive

6
Do Now
  • Write 5 behaviors that you will be rewarded for.
  • Write 5 behaviors that you will get checks and
    strikes for.

7
ROLE PLAY
  • With your group
  • Choose a positive scenario to role play. (A
    student drops a bunch of a papers and you help
    them pick the papers up.)
  • Choose a negative scenario to role play. (A
    student tells another student to shut up.)

8
GRADING
  • Grades are based on the accumulation of points.
  • Points are based on
  • Class participation (effort)
  • Three Ring Folder
  • Completion of assignments
  • (daily work and homework)
  • Summarization Activities
  • Major projects, quizzes, and exams.

Our Grading Scale 90-100 A 80-89
B 70-79 C 60-69 D Below 60
F Grades are calculated on cumulative percentage
and are rounded up whenever possible.
9
MATERIALS
  • textbook ( I will supply this.)
  • pencil or pen
  • three ring folder ( I will supply this.)
  • handouts (ie packets) ( I will supply this.)
  • Handouts will be three whole punched. They will
    go in your three ring folder.

10
Anticipation Guide
  • Complete the anticipation guide. Just the before
  • column.
  • Humans have no affect on their surroundings.
  • History affects all people.
  • Language and religious beliefs are part of
    culture.
  • There is only one type of government in the
    world.
  • Civic participation means being concerned with
    and involved in issues related to your community,
    state, country, or world.
  • Economy deals with money.

11
Lesson 1 Introduction
  • Essential Questions (LEQ)
  • What are the five strands of Social
  • Studies?
  • Why are they important?

12
Lesson Essential Questions What are the five
strands of Social Studies? Why are they
important?
  • Vocabulary
  • physical features
  • region
  • society
  • heritage

13
Vocabulary
  • 1.physical features a landform, a body of water,
    climate, soil, plant and animal life, or any
    natural resource.
  • 2.region an area on Earth whose features make it
    different from other areas.
  • 3.society an organized group of people living
    and working under a set of rules and traditions.
  • 4.heritage a set of ideas that have been passed
    down from one generation to another.

14
Independent Work
  • Read your assigned section silently. Take notes
    on the graphic organizer. (The most important
    ideas!)
  • Column 1 Geography Page 2-3
  • Column 2 History Page 4-5
  • Column 3 Culture and Society Page 8
  • Column 4 Civics and Government page 9
  • Column 5 Economics page 10

15
Assignment
  • Share your notes with your group.
  • Pick the most important information.
  • Pick 1 person to present the information to the
    class.

16
Jigsaw Take your notes out from yesterday!
  • Take your notes and book and gather with your
    row.
  • Reread your section.
  • Share your notes with the group.
  • Decide the facts that you are going to share with
    the rest of the class. Everyone needs to write
    the notes you will present to your new group on
    the handout.
  • Each PERSON will share their information with the
    new group. The rest of the group will write the
    notes for each strand on their handout.

17
Assignment
  • Each PERSON will share their information with the
    new group. The rest of the group will write the
    notes for each strand on their handout.

18
Summarization Activity
  • On a notecard, write 1 fact about your strand.

19
Make sure you are ready to begin when the bell
rings!!!!!!!
  • DO NOW
  • Get into your rows from yesterday and finish
    taking notes on each section.
  • GROUP WORK REMINDERS
  • KEEP THE NOISE LEVEL AT AN APPROPIATE LEVEL.
  • STAY ON TASK.

20
Geography
  • Geography is the study of Earths human and
    physical features.
  • Geographers are the people who study geography.
  • Geography tells us about
  • location
  • human and environment interaction
  • places
  • regions
  • movement

21
History
  • History- the events that happened in the past.
  • History affects all people.
  • Chronology is the time order in which things
    happen.
  • Perspectives- different points of view
  • historical empathy- ability to understand people
    of the past in their own frame of reference.

22
Civics and Government
  • Government- system of leaders and laws that help
    people live safely together in a community,
    state, or country.
  • Civic participation means being concerned with
    and involved in issues related to your community,
    state, country, or world.

23
Economics
  • Economy deals with money.
  • A society must have an economy.
  • Economics is the study of the way that goods and
    wealth are produced, distributed, and used in the
    world.

24
Culture and Society
  • Culture- ways of acting, speaking, and believing.
  • Society- human group
  • heritage- wealth of ideas that have been passed
    down through their history

25
Definitions and examples of the 5 strands (ws).
  • Complete the cloze activity.
  • With a partner, Formulate 2 examples that
    represent each strand.
  • For example Revolutionary War- History
  • Be prepared to share with the class.

26
Do Now Check your homework.
  • Geography
  • The study of the physical and human features.
    Geographers try to understand relationships
    between people and places on Earth and between
    different places.
  • Examples Miami, Florida tornadoes, Lake
    Michigan, volcano

27
History
  • What happened in the past.
  • Examples World War I, 9/11, Revolutionary War

28
Government
  • Civic Participation- being concerned with and
    involved in issues related to your community,
    state, or country, or the entire world.
  • Government- is a system of leaders and laws that
    helps people live safely together in their
    community, state, or country.
  • Examples volunteerism, helping during natural
    disasters, President, seatbelt law, board
    members, senate, elections, mayor

29
Economy
  • Economy- the way people use resources to meet
    their needs.
  • Economics- the study of the way goods and wealth
    are produced, distributed, and used in the world.
  • Examples- US Mint, US dollar, Pounds, stock
    market, stores, supply and demand

30
Culture and Society
  • Culture- A unique way of life that sets a group
    of people apart from others.
  • Society- an organized group of people living and
    working under a set of rules and traditions.
  • Examples religion, language, music, art, food,
    clothing, beliefs, how they live

31
Assignment
  • Complete activity lab 6. It is the last page in
    your packet.

32
Activity Lab 6
  • 1.Society
  • 2.Government
  • 3.Economy
  • 4.Culture
  • 5.Civic rights and responsibility
  • 6.government
  • 7.Culture and government

33
Cloze Activity
  • Geography- earth and physical
  • Geographers- relationship, places
  • History- past
  • Civic participation- concerned, issues , country
  • Government- leaders, laws safely
  • Economy-resources
  • Economics- produced, distributed, used
  • Culture-unique group people
  • An organized working traditions

34
Revisit your Anticipation Guide. Complete the
After column.
  • Go back and check your work you may make
  • changes.
  • Humans have no affect on their surroundings.
  • History affects all people.
  • Language and religious beliefs are part of
    culture.
  • There is only one type of government in the
    world.
  • Civic participation means being concerned with
    and involved in issues related to your community,
    state, country, or world.
  • Economy deals with money.

35
Answer Essential Question
  • Answer the essential question in your notebook.
  • What are the five strands of Social Studies and
    why are they important?
  • The five strands of social studies are geography,
    history, culture and society, civics and
    government, and economy. They are important
    because each plays a part in a countrys
    identity.

36
Do Now
  • After the lesson Answer the Essential Questions
    (First handout)

37
Summarization Activity
  • Complete the 5 Strands of Social Studies
    Summarization Activity.
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