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Katya Loseva 6/7th Grade Literacy (Blue Group) 4/10/2013 Common Core Standard: 7.RL.

1: Cite several pieces of textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text. SWBAT: Explain why Germans obeyed authority in Nazi Germany.
Mini-lesson/Vocabulary Lesson plan Materials Necessary N/A What is the Teacher Doing? What are the Students Doing? Accommodations Modifications Anticipations Behavior Expectations/Sweat Details Flashcards Time

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State Lesson Objective/Hook/Connection Yesterday we discussed Listening as the Hitlers rise to power today we teacher introduces are going to shift our attention the lesson. to why the German obeyed him Writing down what and the Nazis. experiences, Teacher will write the word questions, thoughts, obey and obedience on the and feelings the board and ask students to words obey and reflect on what experiences, obedience bring to questions, thoughts, and mind. feelings come to mind when TPS/Whole group they hear those words. share. Students will engage in a quick TPS. Students will share out. Teacher will explain that the purpose of this lesson is to understand how obedience influences decision making in Nazi Germany and in our own lives. I Do)/Teach: Teacher will present a short Listening to the PPT PPT on Hitlers Dictatorship and asking clarifying questions about Hitlers Dictatorship.

9:05-10:55 9:10-9:15 5 Minutes

9:15-9:25 10 Minutes

Handouts on Obedience

We Do Guided Practice/Active involvement(Partner/group work): Check for Understanding: Students will TPS a working definition of unconditional obedience. Students will add to the definition throughout the lesson. Students will be asked to share out situations when it is good to obey authority and situations when a person should resist authority. TPSing on a working definition of unconditional obedience. Sharing out situations when it is good to obey authority and when a person should resist authority. Listening as the

9:25-9:35 10 Minutes

Teacher will read to students the oath of allegiance that Hitler would make soldiers and government workers swear to. You Do /Link: Check for Understanding:

teacher reads the oath

Writing Prompt

9:35-9:45 10 Minutes

Students will be presented with a scenario in which they will decided if a German citizen will take the oath or not and provide evidence. Students will share out what they came up with.

Exit Ticket

Respond to the following questions. Define the word obedience and explain why Germans obeyed authority in Nazi Germany?

Deciding if a German citizen will take the oath of allegiance or not and provide evidence. Filling out their handouts. Sharing out Completing Exit Ticket

9:45-9:50 5 Minutes

Guided Reading/Indepen dent Reading

Students will read their independent reading books and post on main idea, theme, conflict, characterization, and plot. Teacher will pull guided reading groups. Teacher will engage in a read aloud with the students on the book I Still See Her Haunting Eyes. Students will post on Inferences they are making from the book.

Reading their independent reading books and posting on plot, theme, characterization, and main idea.

11:0511:55 50 Minutes

Read Aloud I Still See Her Haunting Eyes

Posting on inference.

(What inferences can you make about life in the Jewish Ghetto?)

11:5512:10 15 Minutes

Homeroom Vocabulary Workshop

Teacher will begin the lesson with a review of homework from the previous night pg 39. Students will complete pgs. 40 and 41 in pairs. Teacher will circulate for completion. Students will complete the Words in Action Section for Homework.

Listening as the teacher reviews the homework from the previous nt. Asking clarifying questions. Completing pgs. 4041 in pairs.

3:15-3:45 30 Minutes