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Unit Plan #2: Money, Money, Money

Submitted By: Robyn Bolton Partner: Gina Bogden


EDEL 453: Teaching Elementary School Social Science Nevada State College Spring 2013 Instructor: Karen Powell

EDEL 453 - Spring 2013

Karen Powell- Instructor

Making a Plan #2

Submitted By: Robyn Bolton

UNIT PLANNER#1: Money, Money, Money


Summary of Lesson Plan NV State Social Studies Objectives

Week 1 of 2
Notes

This social studies lesson is designed for 3rd grade students to learn the difference between bartering . E12.3.1 Differentiate between and monetary trade. This rd barter and monetary trade. lesson uses the 3 Grade Houghton Mifflin Social Studies textbook Communities (p.266-267).

MONDAY week #1

Have website for video ready to go: teachertube.com/viewVideo.p hp?video_id=803.

This social studies lesson is designed for 3rd grade students to learn why people use banks and to define the terms saving, interest, and borrowing. This lesson uses the 3rd Grade Houghton Mifflin Social Studies textbook Communities (p.268-269). .

TUESDAY week #1

E10.3.2 Define banking terms including saving, interest, and borrowing. E10.3.3 Identify reasons people use banks.

Bring piggy bank. Have website ready: piggybankworld.

WEDNESDAY week #1

This social studies lesson is designed for 3rd grade students to learn about saving, interest and borrowing. This lesson uses the book If You Made a Million by David Schwartz

Get If You Made a Million by David Schwartz from library. E10.3.2 Define banking terms including saving, interest, and borrowing Bring old toy and clothes catalogs. Bring blank checks. Bring play money. Make 3 copies of Savers and Borrowers Script

EDEL 453 - Spring 2013

Karen Powell- Instructor

Making a Plan #2

Submitted By: Robyn Bolton

UNIT PLANNER#1: Money, Money, Money


Summary of Lesson Plan NV State Social Studies Objectives

Week 1 of 2
Notes

This social studies lesson is designed for 3rd grade students to learn about what E9.3.1 Identify needs as high priority wants, and wants as supply and demand is as well goods, services, or leisure as what consumers and activities. Make sure there is room on the producers do. This lesson rd white board for the KWL chart. uses the 3 Grade Houghton E9.3.3 Gives examples of prices Mifflin Social Studies set by businesses for selling textbook Communities goods and services. (pages 286-289).

THURSDAY week #1

This social studies lesson plan is designed for 3rd grade students to learn what supply and demand is and what producers and consumers do. This will be an E9.3.3 Give examples of prices extension of day 4 and will set by businesses for selling goods and services. use the 3rd Grade Houghton Mifflin Social Studies textbook Communities (pages 290-291)

FRIDAY week #1

Have poster board ready.

EDEL 453 - Spring 2013

Karen Powell- Instructor

Making a Plan #2

Submitted By: Robyn Bolton

UNIT PLANNER#1: Money, Money, Money Summary of Lesson Plan This social studies lesson plan is designed for a third grade class to go over the importance of trade around the world. This lesson uses the 3rd Grade Houghton Mifflin Social Studies textbook Communities (pages 300-303). NV State Social Studies Objectives

Week 2 of 2 Notes

MONDAY week #2

E9.3.1 Identify needs as high priority wants, and wants as goods, services, or leisure activities.

Have poster board ready.

This social studies lesson plan is designed for a third grade class to go over the importance of trade around the world. This lesson uses the 3rd Grade Houghton Mifflin Social Studies textbook Communities (pages 300-303).

TUESDAY week #2

E9.3.3 Give examples of prices set by businesses for selling goods and services.

Bring in article of clothing or other item with Made in China tag.

EDEL 453 - Spring 2013

THURSDAY week #2

WEDNESDAY week #2

Karen Powell- Instructor

Making a Plan #2

Submitted By: Robyn Bolton

UNIT PLANNER#1: Money, Money, Money Summary of Lesson Plan NV State Social Studies Objectives

Week 2 of 2 Notes

EDEL 453 - Spring 2013

IDAY week #2

Karen Powell- Instructor

Making a Plan #2

Submitted By: Robyn Bolton