WOODLAND HILLS HIGH SCHOOL LESSON PLAN SAS and Understanding By Design Template Name Matt Rodrigues Date 1/7 Length of Lesson 6 Weeks Content Area Humanities Edline was updated this week: My class website was updated this week: STAGE I – DESIRED RESULTS LESSON TOPIC:Ancient Rome and Judeo Christian Roots. BIG IDEAS: (Content standards, assessment anchors, eligible content, objectives and skill focus) Historical context is needed to comprehend time and space. Historical interpretation involves an analysis of cause and result. Perspective helps to define the attributes of historical comprehension. The history of the Commonwealth continues to influence Pennsylvanians today, and has impacted the United States and the rest of the world. The history of the United States continues to influence its citizens and has impacted the rest of the world. World History continues to influence Pennsylvanians, citizens of the United States and individuals throughout the world today. UNDERSTANDING GOALS (CONCEPTS): Students will understand: Major religious aspects of the Romans. Students should grasp the concept that the Romans were an ancient sponge soaking up knowledge from other cultures then passing it on to modern western society. The religion of the eastern hebrews predates the Romans but comes into conflist with them quickly as Roman power expanded beyond Europe. From the religion of the hebrews comes Christianity. VOCABULARY: Messiah, Yaweh, messianic, prophet, martyr, monastic life, triumverate, praetor, consul, emperor, other vocab for the 9 weeks. ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: What connections can we see between this culture and the great cultures we have studied befor them. How do these ancient peoples affect us and western culture still today? STUDENT OBJECTIVES (COMPETENCIES/OUTCOMES): Students will be able to: draw conclusions about causes of historical events and their overall effects on the developmentt of western Civilization. STAGE II – ASSESSMENT EVIDENCE PERFORMANCE TASK:Students will write and speak Hebrew, read sections form the Old Testament, view Roman teamples and masp detailing the expanses of the Roman world. STAGE III: LEARNING PLAN INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS AND PROCEDURES: RESOURCES: (Active Engagement, Explicit Instruction, Textbooks Metacognition, Notes Modeling, Scaffolding) Lecture Discussion Presnetation scaffolding Active engagements MINI LESSON: 1/7 - Discussion of the Julian vs Gregorian calendars 1/8 - Midterm 1/9 -Keystones 1/10-keystones 1/11- Roman History. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS: #1. Pre-Assessment #2. Open Ended Questions #3. Brief in Class Writing Promp #4. Exit Tickets Others: INTERVENTIONS: ASSIGNMENTS: As needed Read Plato "Crito" and Pheodo,as well as the Allegory of the Cave. Read secdtions of the Illiud Prepare the presentations.