5th and 6th Grade Lesson Plans
         
         
         

Week of August 19, 2018

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G.10.5.3 G.11.5.1 G.11.5.2

5th grade Social Studies.

Students will examine the geographical characteristics of the United States:

Hemispheres, compass rose, and map legends.

 

G.10.5.3 G.11.5.1 G.11.5.2

5th grade Social Studies.

Students will examine the geographical characteristics of the United States:

Students will exhibit knowledge for locating absolute location with latitude and longitude lines.

 

G.10.5.3 G.11.5.1 G.11.5.2

5th grade Social Studies.

Students will examine the geographical characteristics of the United States:

Students will study the different land masses and landforms to include: plateaus, hills, valleys, mountains etc.

 

G.10.5.3 G.11.5.1 G.11.5.2

5th grade Social Studies.

Students will examine the geographical characteristics of the United States:

Students will study the different bodies of water in the united states to include The Great Lakes.

 

G.10.5.3 G.11.5.1 G.11.5.2

5th grade Social Studies.

Students will examine the geographical characteristics of the United States:

BRAIN POP

Geography.

 

H.13.6.1 H.13.6.2

6th Grade Social Studies:

Early Civilizations

Students will understand that early humans were hunter gatherers. They were Nomads because they had to follow their food source.

 

H.13.6.1 H.13.6.2

6th Grade Social Studies:

Early Civilizations

Students will define the difference between an anthropologist and an archaeologist. They will examine the ice age as a threat to human life.

 

H.13.6.1 H.13.6.2

6th Grade Social Studies:

Early Civilizations

Students will analyze the remains of Otzi The Ice Man. They will discover how his remains described his way of life 5,300 years ago.

 

H.13.6.1 H.13.6.2

6th Grade Social Studies:

Early Civilizations

Students will discover how the farming revolution allowed nomads to establish villages and communities.

 

H.13.6.1 H.13.6.2

6th Grade Social Studies:

Early Civilizations

Students will compare and contrast the Paleolithic Age and the Neolithic Age.