Stacy Davis
stacyld@hawaii.edu
11/15/11
Social Studies, Technology, Language Arts
• Primary School K-2 in an urban neighborhood
• Low-socio economic status, 95% qualify for a free-reduced
lunch
• 75% Afri...
 Purpose- This lesson will meet Virginia standard of Learning in History,
Geography, and Computing and technology
 Histo...
Region Indians Homes Occupations Transportation
Eastern
Woodlands
Powhatan
Wood frame
houses with
bark/reed covering
Fishe...
Teacher Resources
-Story books about Native
Americans
-Fact books about Native
Americans
-Native American workbooks
-Disc...
KidPix- The students will use kidpix to create a replica of the
Native American tribe of their choice: Powhatan, Lakota-
...
The students will learn the subject matter by
1.Listening to stories
2. Viewing videos
3. Using/reading tables
4. Playing...
Students will show understanding of essential knowledge
by choosing a Native American tribe and correctly
illustrating th...
Learning of essential knowledge based on illustration and
articulation of illustration
Unit exam (paper test with Senteo...
Weekly timeline for culminating final unit activity
Monday Tuesday Wednesda
y
Thursday Friday Monday
-Introduce
table to ...
The lesson will be effective and successful if:
-Each child has an illustration that contains all
essential components th...
Native Americans, 2nd Grade
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Native Americans, 2nd Grade

Unit tech integration plan.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Stacy Davis stacyld@hawaii.edu 11/15/11 Social Studies, Technology, Language Arts
  • 2. • Primary School K-2 in an urban neighborhood • Low-socio economic status, 95% qualify for a free-reduced lunch • 75% African-American, 20% Caucasian, 5% Hispanic, 1% other (not specified) • Inclusion classroom with about 50% of the students who have an IEP. • Special Ed Co-Teacher • Cooperative learning • environment • 3 desktops and 1 laptop in room • SmartBoard installed
  • 3.  Purpose- This lesson will meet Virginia standard of Learning in History, Geography, and Computing and technology  History- 2.2 The student will compare the lives and contributions of three American Indian cultures of the past and present, with emphasis on the Powhatan of the Eastern Woodlands, the Lakota of the Plains, and the Pueblo peoples of the Southwest.  Geography-2.4 The student will develop map skills by c)locating the regions of the Powhatan, Lakota, and Pueblo Indians on United States maps; d) understanding the relationship between the environment and the culture of the Powhatan, Lakota, and Pueblo Indians.  Computer and Technology-C/T K-2.2 The student will demonstrate proficiency in the use of technology. Demonstrate the use of mouse, keyboard, printer, multimedia devices, and earphones. Use multimedia resources such as interactive books and software with graphical interfaces.
  • 4. Region Indians Homes Occupations Transportation Eastern Woodlands Powhatan Wood frame houses with bark/reed covering Fishermen, hunters, farmers Walked, paddled canoes Plains Lakota Teepees Hunters, horsemen Walked, used horses Southwest Pueblo Multi-story terraced buildings Farmers, hunters Walked Comparison of three American Indian cultures of the past Contributions of American Indians •Arts (pottery, weaving, carving) •Knowledge of the environment •Respect for nature •Farming of corn and tobacco Students will be able to read the below table and pull information from the table. Students will also be able to recall the information from the table.
  • 5. Teacher Resources -Story books about Native Americans -Fact books about Native Americans -Native American workbooks -Discovery Education videos -VoiceThread, Kid Pix software, microphone -SmartBoard and projector -Laptop -Music tapes -Self-created Smartboard lessons , games and sorting activities Student Resources  Kid Pix software  Table  Microphone  Computer with internet access
  • 6. KidPix- The students will use kidpix to create a replica of the Native American tribe of their choice: Powhatan, Lakota- Sioux, or Pueblo. Students will then save their Kidpix JPEG picture into VoiceThread and narrate their picture It addresses creativity and innovation, communication and collaboration, conducting research, and using technology effectively. It satisfies computer and technology standards for the state of Virginia K-2.2 The students have used Kidpix before for other assignments and so have good background knowledge to be able to use the software. Voicethread will be a new technology and students will be instructed on how to use it whole group projected on a white board. Then, will save as a JPEG picture and record their voice with the assistance of a teacher one at a time
  • 7. The students will learn the subject matter by 1.Listening to stories 2. Viewing videos 3. Using/reading tables 4. Playing online games 5. Doing online webquests 6. Sorting photos of elements of the tribes 7. Singing songs, dancing, and acting (miming) 8. Creating an illustration of the environment of a Native American Tribe including appropriate illustrations for: Flora/Fauna, housing, food, occupations, transportation, clothing, and climate
  • 8. Students will show understanding of essential knowledge by choosing a Native American tribe and correctly illustrating the tribes: environment, housing, clothing, food, transportation, and occupations. Students will be able to (with assistance) upload the JPEG illustration into voice thread. Students will be able to articulate what their illustration is about and explain the features. Students will be able to read a table
  • 9. Learning of essential knowledge based on illustration and articulation of illustration Unit exam (paper test with Senteo remotes) If students are able to: follow directions, cooperate with classmates, grasp essential knowledge, and answer questions Read a table Completion of unit assignments and participation
  • 10. Weekly timeline for culminating final unit activity Monday Tuesday Wednesda y Thursday Friday Monday -Introduce table to the children, practice extracting data off of the table (children will have prior knowledge of each Native tribe since whole unit is 4 weeks in length) -Review table… on Smartboard practice identifying and filling in missing data. -On Smartboard, children sort facts into categories about: Powhatan, Lakota-Sioux, or Pueblo tribes -Small group, kids will practice the technology and using a table by creating an illustration of the classroom using Kidpix and information off of a similar table of teachers classrooms -Children begin their Kidpix project in the computer lab. Focusing on environmen t and housing -Children continue and finish their Kidpix project using laptops in the classroom. -With teacher assistance, Children will save their Kidpix illustration into Voicethread and narrate their illustration
  • 11. The lesson will be effective and successful if: -Each child has an illustration that contains all essential components that focus on the tribe that the child chose -Students are able to answer questions from data on a table -Students are able to follow the directions they are given -Students are able to articulate and explain their illustration -Students are able to use the technology effectively with minimal assistance (if any) from an adult.