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Tattnall County High School

Day M O N D A Y 12/03 GPS & Brief Description SSCG9 The student will explain the differences between the House of Representatives and the Senate, with emphasis on terms of office, powers, organization, leadership, and representation of each house SSCG10 The student will describe the legislative process including the roles played by committees and leadership SSCG10 The student will describe the legislative process including the roles played by committees and leadership SSCG10 The student will describe the legislative process including the roles played by committees and leadership SSCG12 The student will

Instructional Planning Sheet Week of DEC 02 Teacher: Ken Murphy Course: Government
Essential Question Of the Day What are the similarities and differences between House & Senate membership & organization? Methods Utilizing reading strategy Class discussion Use of graphic organizer Demonstration Guided instruction Facilitating independent/group work Handout/worksheet Lecture/notes Other: Student Involvement Composing Peer teaching Creating Hands-on activity Working collaboratively Presenting Reading Note-taking Other: Indicator(s) that Learning Took Place Student answers essential question Student writes an explanation of what was learned Student presents to class Active classroom participation Student passes written quiz/test Alternative assessment Other: complete graphic organizer

Procedures and Activities Discuss review information on the composition, requirements and duties of the House & Senate as parts of Congress. Use Power point to led discussion. Study prepare graphic organized that compares the two houses of Congress.

T U E S D A Y 12/03 W E D N E S D A Y 12/04 T H U R S D A Y 12/05 F R

Review & Discussion over the process of a bill becoming a law. Vocaulary review for legislative process

What is the process for a bill becoming a law?

Utilizing reading strategy Class discussion Use of graphic organizer Demonstration Guided instruction Facilitating independent/group work Handout/worksheet Lecture/notes Other: Diff. hard copy & electronic fash cards; group study Utilizing reading strategy Class discussion Use of graphic organizer Demonstration Guided instruction Facilitating independent/group work Handout/worksheet Lecture/notes Other: Utilizing reading strategy Class discussion Use of graphic organizer Demonstration Guided instruction Facilitating independent/group work Handout/worksheet Lecture/notes Other: Utilizing reading strategy Class discussion

Composing Peer teaching Creating Hands-on activity Working collaboratively Presenting Reading Note-taking Other: Composing Peer teaching Creating Hands-on activity Working collaboratively Presenting Reading Note-taking Other: diff; use of review game Composing Peer teaching Creating Hands-on activity Working collaboratively Presenting Reading Note-taking Other: Diff: reading strat., testing situation Composing Peer teaching

Student answers essential question Student writes an explanation of what was learned Student presents to class Active classroom participation Student passes written quiz/test Alternative assessment s Other: Student answers essential question Student writes an explanation of what was learned Student presents to class Active classroom participation Student passes written quiz/test Alternative assessment Other: Student answers essential question Student writes an explanation of what was learned Student presents to class Active classroom participation Student passes written quiz/test Alternative assessment Other: Student answers essential question Student writes an explanation of what

Test review using Jeorady Game.

What is function of Comgress in the process of making legislation?

Students will complete a test on the legislative process. As test is completed students will utilize reading strategy to complete reading over the executve branch.

None Specific Testing

Students will use reading strategies & group discussion

None specificTEST

I D A Y 12/06

analyze the various roles played by the President of the United States; include Commander-inChief of the Armed Forces, chief executive, chief agenda setter, representative of the nation, chief of state, foreign policy leader, and party leader.

to discuss the various roles played by the president of the United States. Students will complete notes on the discussion.

Use of graphic organizer Demonstration Guided instruction Facilitating independent/group work Handout/worksheet Lecture/notes Other:

Creating Hands-on activity Working collaboratively Presenting Reading Note-taking Other: group discussiong heads together (differentiation)

was learned Student presents to class Active classroom participation Student passes written quiz/test Alternative assessment Other: