FRAME THE LESSON Student Expectations Bundled in Lesson Noun=Underline Verb=Italicize TEACHER: CLASS: 6th Social Studies DATE: March 7-11 M T W TH F Topic 7, Lessons 1-6: TEKS Practice & Assessment 1A Trace characteristics of various contemporary societies in regions that resulted from historical events or factors such as invasion, conquests, colonization, immigration, and trade 2B Evaluate the social, political, economic, and cultural contributions of individuals and groups from various societies, past and present 4A Locate various contemporary societies on maps and globes using latitude and longitude to determine absolute location 4F Identify the location of major world countries such as Canada, Mexico, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Norway, Sweden, Russia, South Africa, Nigeria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Israel, Iran, India, Pakistan, the People's Republic of China, the Republic of China (Taiwan), Japan, North and South Korea, Indonesia, and Australia 6B Identify the location of renewable and nonrenewable natural resources such as fresh water, fossil fuels, fertile soils, and timber 7B Identify and analyze ways people have modified the physical environment such as mining, irrigation, and transportation infrastructure 11A Identify and describe examples of limited and unlimited governments such as constitutional (limited) and totalitarian (unlimited) 11D Review the record of human rights abuses of limited or unlimited governments such as the oppression of Christians in Sudan 13B Explain how opportunities for citizens to participate in and influence the political process vary among various contemporary societies 15F Identify and explain examples of conflict and cooperation between and among cultures 18D Identify examples of art, music, and literature that have transcended the boundaries of societies and convey universal themes such as religion, justice, and the passage of time Objective/Key Understanding Check for understanding of previous lessons Spiral back to difficult concepts and reteach Dig deeper into the concepts you have touched on in this chapter Complete the TEKS assessment on p. 487-493 Resources/Materials: Pearson Contemporary World Cultures TE. FRAME THE LESSON CLASS: 6th Social Studies TEACHER: Student Expectations Bundled in Lesson Noun=Underline Verb=Italicize LESSON DATE: March 7-11 Topic 8, Introduction: South Asia Teaching Points & Activities: Complete the My story video online and have students discuss. Complete the overview activity on p. 497 of the Teacher’s edition. South Asia has a huge population, including three of the ten most populous countries in the world. Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism all began in South Asia in ancient times. Great Britain ruled most of South Asia from the 1800’s until 1948. India has a majority- Hindu population while most people in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Bangladesh are Muslims and most Sri Lankans are Buddhists. South Asia remains a largely poor region, but India’s middle class is growing thanks in part to trade, technology, and outsourcing. : Pearson Contemporary World Cultures TE, pgs. 324-330 Small Group Purposeful Talk Question Stems: Closing Product/ Question/ Informal Assessment: Resources/Materials: Pearson Contemporary World Cultures Digital Resources: Objective/Key Understanding: M T W TH F Why is Nancy starting her own business? How are Nancy and the other women taking advantage of the geography of Palampur? What problems might Nancy and the other women face as they develop and grow their business? What challenges might Afghanistan face because of its location? How are Sri Lanka and the Maldives different from India or Pakistan? What do you think is the best way to measure the quality of life and wellbeing of a group of people? What are the most important areas to the development of South Asia? Editable Presentation Start-Up Activity Interactive Flipped Video Analyze Maps Analyze Information Digital Activity: Digital Lesson Quiz Vocabulary: Rigor & Relevance: Have students make predictions about what they might learn while studying Topic 8. (Real World Connection) Critical Writing Prompt: We live in a global society. It’s important that students grasp the geographical and societal peculiarities to a particular region so that they can relate to the people around them. Engage Introduce essential question for Topic 8. Explore The introduction to Topic 7, South Asia p. 496 Explain The introduction to Topic 7, South Asia p. 496 Elaborate *Analyzing Maps and Charts & Digital Activity See Online Resources from the previous page for this portion of the lesson. *Active Classroom Use the Sticky Note strategy to have students write three important ideas from reading *Topic of Inquiry Students work in teams to examine different perspectives on this issue by analyzing several sources, arguing both sides of a Yes/No questions, then developing and discussing their own point of view on the question: Does How do you measure a country’s development?