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KISS + Thinking Plan Form


Kristen Parrott
Ivy Tech Community College

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InTASC Standard, Description and Rationale


STANDARD 7: Planning for Instruction
The teacher plans instructions that supports every student in meeting rigorous learning goals,
by drawing upon knowledge of content areas, curriculum, cross-disciplinary skills, and
pedagogy, as well as knowledge of learners and the community context.
Name of Artifact: KISS + Lesson Plan Form
Date: February 7, 2016
Course: EDUC 255: Multicultural Teaching
Brief Description:
This lesson plan is very simple. This lesson plan was created for U.S. History high school
students (mainly juniors) and is based around the memoir, A Lucky Child by Thomas
Buergenthal. The lesson plan builds on their knowledge of the Holocaust by knowing what the
Final Solution was and how it affected Buergenthal. The lesson plan contains Indiana
Academic standards, objectives to be met by the students, and what is required of the students.
Rationale:
My KISS Thinking + Lesson Plan shows my ability to plan for instruction, which is what
Standard 7 is about. This work shows that I can plan for instruction for each of my students to
meet rigorous learning goals by drawing upon knowledge of content areas, curriculum, crossdisciplinary skills, and pedagogy. I also know the community context of learners.

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The Connection between Hitlers final solution and Buergenthal
US HISTORY
Grade Level: 11th grade
Topic: Hitlers final solution
Book: The Lucky Child by Thomas Buergenthal
US HISTORY:
USH.5.5 Describe Hitlers final solution policy and explain the Allied responses to the
Holocaust and war crimes.
Expected Outcomes:
The student will be able to describe and discuss what Hitlers final solution was and
how the allied forces responded.
The students will be able to identify and explain how the standard relates to The Lucky
Child.
Directions:
1. I will lead a discussion on what Hitlers final solution was and how the allies
responded to the Holocaust.
2. We then will have a discussion over the summary of the book.
3. The students will get out a pen and notebook paper
4. I will ask the students to write an essay over how the standard connects to the book.
5. When the students are finished, they will turn their essays in to me.
6. When finished, the students can work quietly on homework.

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(The discussions will take approx. 5-10 minutes; the rest of the class period will be for
the students to work on their assessment.)

Assessment:
I am assessing the students on not only the book, but certain aspects of the book as well. I
will read each essay and grade based off of how well they understood and remembered the book
and our class periods discussion the Holocaust.
This essay is worth 100 points. 5 points for absolutely no grammatical errors. 10 points
for organization, and 75 points for the content of their essay.

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Chapter 11: Essay Assessment
Directions: Write an essay connecting The Lucky Child to what we have learned about
the Holocaust and WWII in class. How was Thomas Burgenthal apart of Hitlers final
solution? What were Burgenthals living conditions like? How does this connect with what we
have learned about concentration camps? Make other connections from the novel to our
textbook.
You should have at least 5 paragraphs consisting of an introductory paragraph, closing
paragraph, and body paragraphs.
This essay is worth 100 points. 5 points for absolutely no grammatical errors. 10 points
for organization, and 75 points for the content of your essay.

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