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DAILY LESSON PLAN


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Teacher: Mr. Thomas (Mr. Loomis)


Name of Course: United States/Pennsylvania History II
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TOPIC FOR THE LESSON: Dawn of the Cold War
Time in Minutes:

49 min.

Day Number: 3 (2/24/15)

Grade Level/Course: 11 th/12th Grades

Standards
Pennsylvania
8.3.12.D: Evaluate how conflict and cooperation among groups and organizations in
the U.S. have influenced the growth and development of the world.
Ethnicity and race
Working conditions
Immigration
Military conflict
Economic stability
8.4.12.D: Evaluate how conflict and cooperation among groups and organizations
have impacted the development of the world today, including its effects on
Pennsylvania.
Content Objectives
Assessment of Content
C.1 Instructor Version: The student will be
able to apply the concept and effect of
Cold War United States aid to modern
federal humanitarian relief efforts.

C.1 Objective will be assessed through


informal observations and questioning
strategies.

Student Version: You will be able to apply


the concept and effect of Cold War United
States aid to modern federal
humanitarian relief efforts.
C.2 Instructor Version: The student will be
able to analyze the effectiveness of the
United States approach towards
containment of communism during the
Cold War.

C.2 Objective will be assessed through


observations and informal questioning
strategies.

Student Version: You will be able to


analyze the effectiveness of the United States
approach towards containment of communism
during the Cold War.

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Key Vocabulary for Today
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Marshall Plan
Occupation Zones
Berlin Airlift
NATO

Pre-Planning
Instructional Strategies to be Used:
Discovery Learning
Cooperative Learning
Debate
Discussion
Questioning
Lecture
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Simulations
Concept Foundation
Inquiry
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Multiple Intelligences
Verbal/Linguistic
Logical/Mathematical
Naturalist

Musical/Rhythmic
Intrapersonal
Visual/Spatial

Interpersonal
Body/Kinesthetic

Delivery
Traditional

On-Line

Simulations

Characteristics of Students
Period 1:
18 students, average cross-section of student population. Limited number of IEPs. All IEPs
only require minor modifications for extra time, alternative testing location arrangements,
mandatory study guides, etc.
Period 4:
28 students. Limited number of IEPs. Most IEPs only require minor modifications for extra
time, alternative testing location arrangements, mandatory study guides, etc. One student has
severe speech language delays, with a learning support specialist.
Modifications & Adaptations
Text Adaptations Completed study guide to be given to learning support specialist to assist
student with learning delays.
Materials/Resources
Camcorder VCR/DVD Worksheets Handouts Computer Notes
Internet
Approved Readings
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Activities
Advanced Organizer
The teacher will have the students write a paragraph the purpose of the
United Nations and why the United States took a more active role in foreign
affairs after World War II. The teacher will then lead into how to deal with
an increasingly aggressive Soviet Union.

Time

(in minutes)

5 min.

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Teachers Activities

Students Activities

1a. The teacher will lecture on the


Marshall Plan. The teacher will
answer questions as necessary. The
teacher will ask questions to clarify
student understanding of content and
mastery of the objectives/standards.

1a. The student will listen to the


lecture, take notes, complete key
parts of their study guide, answer
questions, when prompted, and
ask questions, as necessary.

2a. The teacher will have volunteers


or students called on stand in a circle
around a singular student. The
teacher will guide a simulation that
emphasizes the difficulty faced by the
Western powers attempting to
provide aid to Berlin. The teacher will
ask questions to direct and assess
student understanding.
2b. The teacher will lecture on the
Berlin airlift. The teacher will answer
questions as necessary. The teacher
will ask questions to clarify student
understanding of content and
mastery of the objectives/standards.
3a. The teacher will lecture on the
formation of NATO. The teacher will
answer questions as necessary. The
teacher will ask questions to clarify
student understanding of content and
mastery of the objectives/standards.
3b. The teacher will review the
differences between the UN and
NATO. The teacher will use a Venn
Diagram style format.

4a. The teacher will lecture on the


1948 Presidential election. The
teacher will answer questions as
necessary. The teacher will ask
questions to clarify student
understanding of content and
mastery of the objectives/standards.
4b. The teacher will have students try
to determine the significant change in
pre-election polls and the election
itself. The teacher will ask questions
to assess understanding and answer
questions, as necessary.

2a. The student will watch the


demonstration, participate in the
demonstration, and make
observations for personal support
or for the purpose of asking a
question.

Time

(in minutes)

1a. 6 min.

2a. 4 min.

2b. 8 min.
2b. The student will listen to the
lecture, take notes, complete key
parts of their study guide, answer
questions, when prompted, and
ask questions, as necessary.
3a. 7 min.
3a. The student will listen to the
lecture, take notes, complete key
parts of their study guide, answer
questions, when prompted, and
ask questions, as necessary.
3b. 5 min.
3b. The students will discuss the
differences between the UN and
NATO. The students will answer
questions when prompted and ask
questions for clarification, as
necessary.
4a. The students will listen to the
lecture, take notes, complete key
parts of their study guide, answer
questions, when prompted, and
ask questions, as necessary.

4a. 6 min.

4b. 4 min.

4b. The students will analyze and


discuss the significant change in
pre-election polls and the election
itself. The students will answer
questions when prompted and ask
questions when necessary.

Closure

Time

The teacher will review the material from the day with some review

2 min.

(in minutes)

4
questions and set the stage for the following day that will detail the China
Revolution and Korean War.

Post Analysis
Reflections/Notes:

What would I do different next time?