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Unit Plan Template

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Unit Author

First and Last Name

Mikaela Hager, Samantha Bordelon, Alyssa Aymond

Authors E-mail Address

Mhager1@lsu.edu, sbord34@lsu.edu,
alyssaaymond@hotmail.com

Course Name(s)

ELRC

Course Number(s)

2507

Course Section(s)

Instructor(s) Name(s)

Debbie Heroman

Unit Overview
Unit Plan Title

Ancient Egypt

Curriculum-Framing Questions

Goals

The students will learn about Ancient Egypt.

Content Questions

What are heirogylphics? What is the historical significance of


mummies?

Unit Summary

In this unit, students will unravel the mysteries of Ancient Egypt through technology based
research and will apply their findings in various ways. They will compare and contrast
heirogplyphics to English, discover the truth behind mummies, and
Subject Area(s) (List all subjects that apply)

Math, English Language Arts, Social Studies


Grade Level [Click box(es) of all grade level(s) that your Unit targets]

K-2
6-8
ESL
Gifted and Talented

3-5
9-12
Resource
Other:

Targeted State Frameworks/Content Standards/Benchmarks

1. 6.1.1 Produce clear and coherent writing for a range of tasks, purposes, and
audiences by:

conducting historical research

evaluating a broad variety of primary and secondary sources

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comparing and contrasting varied points of view

determining the meaning of words and phrases from historical texts

using technology to research, produce, or publish a written product

2. W.5.7: Conduct short research projects that use several sources to build knowledge
through investigation of different aspects of a topic

Student Objectives/Learning Outcomes

Your objectives should be listed on your daily plan.


Procedures

Lesson One ELA Alyssa Aymond


Lesson Two Math Samantha Bordelon
Lesson Three Social Studies Mikaela Hager
Approximate Time Needed

3 50 minute class periods 50 minutes for each assignment


Prerequisite Skills

Reading, Internet savvy, basic typing skills


Materials and Resources

Technology Hardware (Click boxes of all equipment needed)


Camera
Laser Disk
Computer(s)
Printer
Digital Camera
Projection System
DVD Player
Scanner
Internet Connection
Television

VCR
Video Camera
Video Conferencing Equip.
Other:

Technology Software (Click boxes of all software needed.)


Database/Spreadsheet
Image Processing
Desktop Publishing
Internet Web Browser
E-mail Software
Multimedia
Encyclopedia on CD-ROM

Web Page Development


Word Processing
Other: Kid Pix, Inspiration

Printed Materials

Math cutout worksheet

Supplies

Computers

Internet Resources

Prezi.com, http://egypt.mrdonn.org, www.draw.to

Others

Field trip may be taken to the Houston Museum of Natural


Science Hall of Ancient Egypt.

Accommodations for Differentiated Instruction


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Resource Student

Repeated directions, individual assistance, and shortened


assignments will be given to those with academic needs.
Behavioral issues will be modified with preferential seating
and working in smaller groups if necessary.

Non-Native English
Speaker

Non-native speakers will be given individual assistance from


teacher, will work with shoulder partners, and will draw
pictures for more explicit communication in their assignments.
(This unit will be ideal for non-native speakers, as many
pictoral elements are included).

Gifted Student

Early finishers will work on Kid Pix. They will also be given
the opportunity to create their own comparative math
problems. Each lesson plan has built-in differentiation, as
students work at their own paces and can tailor the difficulty
and depth of their questions and comparisons.

Student Assessment

How are you going to assess the whole unit? I am including a unit plan rubric for you to use.

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