Grade Eighth- Social Studies
10 Students differing English proficiency levels
STANDARDS: Concept 6(Arizona Standards)
ENGLISH LANUAGE PROFECIENY STANDARD- (ELA, 2014)
LI-4: explaining the meaning of grade-specific academic vocabulary and symbols with instructional support.
LI-12: determining the appropriate definition of a multiple-meaning word in context with visual support.
LI-13: analyzing grade-level content words in context to determine meaning with instructional support.
LI-14: using reference materials, print and/or electronic, to identify meanings, spelling, pronunciation, and usage of words.
LESSON TOPIC: Introduction to Abolitionist in the U.S. - 8th Grade Social Studies
OBJECTIVES: I can define the reason for the Abolitionist movement and explain the people of the movement.
LANUAGE OBJECTIVE: Students will create a map showing free states, slave states, according to the Missouri Compromise.
Content: Students will classify how the debate over slavery lead to state admission and secession of the country.
• The lesson would be delivered to address all objectives that are written on the board and are used as a guide during the lesson.
• The activities (warm-up and cloze read) as well as all activities involved, would be understandable to ELL students and gives them a chance to talk about the lesson concepts. It is read aloud, so everyone should be able to follow along.
• Students are engaged 90% of the time during this lesson( they are left to do most of the talking, the teacher corrects and talks only about 10% of this lesson)
• With the pace students are moving fast, but not fast where a student cannot understand.
KEY VOCABULARY: Secede, Abolition, Fugitive Slave Act, Sectionalism, Union, Abolish, Annexation
MATERIALS: Color Pencils, Paper, Text Book
MOTIVATION:(Building background) The students are linking information from previous unit on the “Cause of the Civil