Revolutionary War5th Grade

By:Blanca Hurtado & Rachel Turner


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Table of Contents:


1.) Rationale:


2.) Goals and Objectives:

3.) Planning Web:

4.) Daily Schedule:

5.)Student Learning Styles, Special Needs, ELL and GATE:

6.) Intiating Activity:



7.) Sustaining Activites:
Day 2:
Day 3:
Day 4:
Day 5:
Day 6:

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Model of Map
Resource:
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/usa/label/13/13answers.shtml
Day 7:




Day 8:

Day 9:

8.) Culminating Activity:
9.) Assessment Plan:
10.) Appendices: Attached to each lesson.
11.) Technology Resources: Attached to each lesson.
http://www.ushistory.org/declaration/trumbull.htm
This is the page for the Master Piece.
12.) Resource Box:
  1. Books such as:Boston Tea Party (Adventures in Colonial America) by James E. Knight, What's the Big Idea, Ben Franklin? by Jean Fritz
  2. 13 colonies flag, 13 colonies map, picture of Benjamin Franklin, picture of George Washington, Pictures of soldiers, and pictures of women of the time.
  3. The female attire for the teacher includes a mop cap, apron, gown, and tucker. This attire can easily be made at home; just they did during the time.
  4. Carratello, John, Patty Carratello, Cheryl Buhler, and Sue Fullam. Revolutionary War. Westminster, CA: Teacher Created Resources, 2006. Print.
  5. Turner, Ann Warren., and Ronald Himler. Katie's Trunk. New York, NY: Aladdin Paperbacks, 1997. Print.