Move to stations per classroom movement rules.
Complete tasks at the appropriate noise level.
Journal: What things did you do this weekend to help you be a more successful student at Karr?
I Do: Model Noise Levels and movement procedures.
We Do: Practice movement and appropriate noise levels. Textbook scavenger hunt.
You do: Move appropriately and utilize correct noise levels in stations.
Exit Ticket- Why is it important to work at the appropriate level for the station you are at? What would happen if we didn't use movement rules or noise levels?
Participate in a community building activity using correct noise levels
Move to stations using correct formations and noise levels
Journal: Come up with two adjectives that start with the letter of your first name.
I do : Introduce name game - Curious Clark
We do: Movement practice/ Name memorization game
Exit Ticket- Why is it important to know someone's name and how to say it?
Identify the three map projections.
Analyze the impact of distortion on maps.
Identify features on a world map.
Do now: What does distortion mean?
I do: Run reviews of projections and map.
You do: Individual Work/ Computer
1.Take Latitude and longitude quiz
2.First read of Socratic Seminar Article
We do: Collaboration
Latitude and Longitude practice sheets
1 2 3
Exit Ticket: Which of the maps would be best if I was taking a boat from one place to another? Why?
Students will participate in the Socratic Seminar led by teacher. In doing so they will identify the main ideas of a text, raise and answer the questions of other students based on the text.
Do Now: Describe 2 ways that we can include everyone in the Socratic Seminar.
I do: Assign student leader.
We do: Review map projections, oceans, lines of latitude and longitude, hemispheres, continents. Socratic Seminar lead by student.
You do:Participation in SS. Participation in review.
Exit Ticket- Name two things you will do differently for the seminar next week.
Quiz on Monday.