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   1    Intermediate German I:  Spring 2010  Course:  Intermediate German 131:01, Index _ 64470  Time:  Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:10 – 7:30PM  Scott Hall 215  Instructor:  Doris Glowacki  Email:    Office Hours:  5:30 – 6:00PM in Scott Hall and by appointment  Course Description:  This Intermediate German course will broaden and deepening your understanding of German  language, culture and society.  Topics will include Germany history, literature, and a range of current events trying  into contexts such as the recent German elections and the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.  Intermediate German I is an ambitious course in which students will continue to develop their language skills by  discussing a variety of cultural topics and themes in the German‐speaking world.  The focus of the course is on  expanding vocabulary, reviewing major grammar topics, developing effective reading strategies, improving  listening comprehension, and working on writing skills.  Work in small groups increases each student's opportunity  to speak in German and provides for greater feedback and individual help.   The course is conducted entirely in German.
  • regelmäβige und trennbare  verben
  • contribution  student is always eager  to contribute to class
  • risk taking  student only speak  german during class
  • woche  kommunikationsthema  sprachliche funktion 
  • student is barely  attentive
  • intensive  grammatikwiederholung   grundelemente der  kommunikation
  • gegentrends zum aktivurlaub  aufforderungen und wünsche  ausdrücken

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Tennessee
Social Studies
Lesson Plans
Grade 3UNIT 1
Planning Chart
TEACHER’S RESOURCESTENNESSEE SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUMEDITION INCLUDING
UNIT TECHNOLOGY
INTRODUCTION 3.1.02c Identify and explain the significance of selected individual writers and artists, Unit 1 Visual Summary
and their stories, poems, statues, paintings, and other examples of cultural heritage from PosterIntroduce the Unit
regions around the world. Unit 1 Home LetterPreview
3.4.03a Identify government officials and explain how they are chosen. Unit 1 Text-on-Tape Set the Scene with
3.6.01a Give examples of conflict, cooperation, and interdependence among individuals, AudiocassetteLiterature
groups, and nations.Roxaboxen Write-On Charts
by Alice 1 and 2
McLerran Video Experiences:
pp. 22–37 Social Studies
Reading Rainbow
THE AMAZING
WRITING MACHINE
IMAGINATION EXPRESS
LESSON 3.3.01b Explain the difference between relative and absolute locations. Activity Book, p. 11
Where on Earth Is 3.3.01c Locate places on a map using cardinal and intermediate direction. TN Activity Book, p.9
Roxaboxen?
pp. 38–45
SKILL 3.3.01c Locate places on a map using cardinal and intermediate direction. Activity Book, p. 2
Read a Map Transparency 2
pp. 46–47 Write-On Chart
3
NEIGHBORHOOD
MAP MACHINE
TN Activity Book, p.9
LESSON 3.4.01d Describe varied basic structures of governments in the state, nation, and world. Activity Book, p. 32
Getting Along in a 3.4.03a Identify government officials and explain how they are chosen. THE AMAZING
Community WRITING MACHINE3.4.03b Explain the concept of the consent of the governed and its importance to the
pp. 48–51 functions of government.
3.4.03c Identify examples of rights and responsibilities of citizens.
3.4.03d Describe how public policies are used to address issues of public concern.
3.4.03e Identify and explain the importance of acts of civic responsibility, including
obeying laws and voting.
3.4.04a List the differences between community, city, county, state, and country events
occur.
TIME MANAGEMENT
DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4 DAY 5 DAY 6 DAY 7 DAY 8
Unit Introduction Lesson 1 Skill Lesson 2 Skill Lesson 316
2 • Grade 3, Unit 1 PlannerGRADE 3
TEACHER’S RESOURCESTENNESSEE SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUMEDITION INCLUDING
TECHNOLOGY3.4.03e Identify and explain the importance of acts of civic responsibility, including
SKILL Activity Book, p. 4obeying laws and voting.
Act as a Responsible Transparency 33.4.03g Identify ordinary people who exemplify good citizenship.
Citizen 3.6.02a Identify examples of actions individuals and groups can take to improve the
p. 52 community.
3.2.01a Identify ways of earning, spending, and saving money.LESSON 3 Activity Book, p. 5
3.6.01a Give examples of conflict, cooperation, and interdependence amongGetting What
individuals, groups, and nations.We Need
3.6.01b Examine the relationships and tension between personal wants and needs andpp. 53–55
various global concerns, such as the use of imported oil, land use, and environmental
protection.
3.6.02a Identify examples of actions individuals and groups can take to improve the community.
3.6.02b Identify examples of nonprofit and/or civic organizations such as the Red Cross
and explain how they serve the common good.
3.5.02a Describe the order of events by using designation of time periods such asLESSON Activity Book, p. 64 ancient times and modern times.
Communities Have Write-On Chart
3.5.02b Describe how individuals, events, and ideas change regions over time.Histories 4
3.5.03b Identify factors that cause development and change in communities.
pp. 56–60 THE AMAZING
3.5.03c Compare various interpretations of the same time period using evidence such WRITING MACHINE
as photographs and interviews.
3.5.03a Create and interpret timelines. Activity Book, pp. 7–8SKILL
Transparency 4Read a Time Line
TIMELINERp. 61
LESSON 3.1.01a Recognize changes in culture occur as in the spread of people, languages, Activity Book, pp. 9–105
ideas, and goods.Many People, Many TN Activity Book,
Ways of Life 3.1.02c Identify and explain the significance of selected individual writers and artists, pp. 141–142
and their stories, poems, statues, paintings, and other examples of cultural heritagepp. 62–69 Music Audiocassette
from regions around the world.
3.1.03a Explain the significance of selected ethnic and/or cultural celebrations in
Tennessee, the United States, and other nations such as St. Patrick’s Day, Cinco de
Mayo, and Kwanzaa.
3.1.04a Compare ethnic and/or cultural celebrations in Tennessee, the United States,
and other nations.
3.5.03b Identify factors that cause development and change in communities.
3.5.03c Compare various interpretations of the same time period using evidence such
as photographs and interviews.
DAY 9 DAY 10 DAY 11 DAY 12 DAY 13 DAY 14 DAY 15 DAY 16
Lesson 4 Skill Lesson 5 Unit Wrap-Up
Grade 3, Unit 1 Planner • 3UNIT 1
Planning Chart
TEACHER’S RESOURCESTENNESSEE SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUMEDITION INCLUDING
THE AMAZINGUNIT WRAP-UP
WRITING MACHINE3.3.01c Locate places on a map using cardinal and intermediate direction.pp. 70–77
NEIGHBORHOOD3.3.03d Explain how change affects region and place over time.Making Social Studies MAP MACHINE
Real, pp. 70–71 3.4.03c Identify examples of rights and responsibilities of citizens.
INTERNET
Visual Summary Poster 3.4.03e Identify and explain the importance of acts of civic responsibility, including
obeying laws and voting.Unit 1 Review
3.5.03a Create and interpret timelines.Cooperative Learning
Activity Book, p. 17Workshop 3.5.03b Identify factors that cause development and change in communities.
Transparency 53.6.01a Give examples of conflict, cooperation, and interdependence among
individuals, groups, and nations. Assessment Program
Unit 1 Test,3.6.02a Identify examples of actions individuals and groups can take to improve the
Standard Test, community.
pp. 15—19
Performance Tasks,
pp. 20—21
Game Time!
Unit I Visual Summary
Poster
Teacher’s Notes
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4 • Grade 3, Unit 1 PlannerTeacher’s Notes
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Grade 3, Unit 1 Planner • 5UNIT 2
Planning Chart
TEACHER’S RESOURCESTENNESSEE SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUMEDITION INCLUDING
UNIT TECHNOLOGY
INTRODUCTION 3.1.02c Identify and explain the significance of selected individual writers and artists, Unit 2 Visual Summary
and their stories, poems, statues, paintings, and other examples of cultural heritage from PosterIntroduce the Unit
regions around the world. Unit 2 Home LetterPreview
3.3.02b List the basic components of earth’s physical systems e.g., landforms, water, Unit 2 Text-on-Tape Set the Scene with climate, and weather, erosion, and deposition. AudiocassetteLiterature
3.5.03b Identify factors that cause development and change in communities.Aurora Video Experiences:
Means Dawn Social Studies
by Scott Russell
Sanders
pp. 78–87
3.3.02a List the similarities and differences of local places and regions with other places Activity Book, p. 12LESSON 1
and regions. TN Activity Book, Communities Are in
3.3.02b List the basic components of earth’s physical systems e.g., landforms, water, pp. 18, 19, 35Different Places
climate, and weather, erosion, and deposition. Write-On Chart pp. 88–95
3.3.02c Understand the concept of an ecosystem. 5
3.3.03b Describe the concept of formal (uniform) regions. THE AMAZING
WRITING MACHINE3.3.03c Define the characteristics that comprise a region.
3.5.03b Identify factors that cause development and change in communities.
3.3.02b List the basic components of earth’s physical systems e.g., landforms, water, Activity Book, pp. 13–14SKILL
climate, and weather, erosion, and deposition. Transparency 6Read a Landform
Map NEIGHBORHOOD
MAP MACHINEpp. 96–97
LESSON Activity Book, p. 153.5.03b2
Communities Are
Built Near Water
pp. 98–100
SKILL Activity Book, p. 16
Read a Table Transparency 7
p. 101
LESSON 3.1.02b Compare ways in which people from different cultures think about and deal Activity Book, p. 173
with their physical environment and social conditions.Communities Are TN Activity Book, pp. 13,
Built Where 3.3.02a List the similarities and differences of local places and regions with other places 14, 15, 16, 17
People Meet and regions.
pp. 102–105
(continued)
DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4 DAY 5 DAY 6 DAY 7 DAY 8
Unit Introduction Lesson 1 Skill Lesson 2 Skill Lesson 3 Skill Lesson 416
6 • Grade 3, Unit 2 PlannerGRADE 3
TEACHER’S RESOURCESTENNESSEE SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUMEDITION INCLUDING
(continued) TECHNOLOGY
3.5.02a Describe the order of events by using designation of time periods such as Activity Book, p. 17LESSON 3 ancient times and modern times. TN Activity Book, pp. 13,Communities Are
3.5.02b Describe how individuals, events, and ideas change regions over time. 14, 15, 16, 17Built Where
People Meet 3.5.02c Use vocabulary related to chronology, including past, present, and future.
pp. 102–105 3.5.03b Identify factors that cause development and change in communities.
SKILL Activity Book, p. 18
Write a Summary TN Activity Book, pp. 13,
14, 15, 16, 17p. 106
Transparency 8
THE AMAZING
WRITING MACHINE
LESSON 3.1.02a Explore and describe similarities and differences in the ways groups, societies, Activity Book, p. 194
and cultures address similar human needs and concerns.Why Did People Reading Rainbow
3.1.02c Identify and explain the significance of selected individual writers and artists,Build Cahokia and
and their stories, poems, statues, paintings, and other examples of cultural heritageSt. Louis?
from regions around the world.
pp. 107–114
3.2.02b Define and identify examples of scarcity.
3.2.03c Explain the impact of scarcity on interdependence within and among regions.
3.2.03e Be aware goods and services are interchanged between communities at the
local, state, and national levels.
3.5.02a Describe the order of events by using designation of time periods such as
ancient times and modern times.
3.5.02b Describe how individuals, events, and ideas change regions over time.
3.5.02c Use vocabulary related to chronology, including past, present, and future.
3.5.03b Identify factors that cause development and change in communities.
3.5.03c Compare various interpretations of the same time period using evidence such
as photographs and interviews.
DAY 9 DAY 10 DAY 11 DAY 12 DAY 13 DAY 14 DAY 15 DAY 16
Skill Lesson 5 Skill Lesson 6 Skill Lesson 7 Unit Wrap-Up
Grade 3, Unit 2 Planner • 7UNIT 2
Planning Chart
TEACHER’S RESOURCESTENNESSEE SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUMEDITION INCLUDING
TECHNOLOGY
SKILL 3.3.01c Locate places on a map using cardinal and intermediate direction. Activity Book, p. 20
Find Intermediate Transparency 9
Directions on
NEIGHBORHOODa Map
MAP MACHINE
p. 115
3.2.03a Recognize the world has different agricultural and industrial regions. Activity Book, LESSON 5
p. 213.2.03d Recognize that Tennessee and the United States have different agricultural andCommunities Are
industrial regions. Write-On Chart Built Near
6Resources 3.3.03f Differentiate between urban, suburban, and rural regions.
Video Experiences: pp. 116–119 3.6.01b Examine the relationships and tension between personal wants and needs and
Social Studiesvarious global concerns, such as the use of imported oil, land use, and environmental
protection. Music Audiocassette
SKILL 3.2.03d Recognize that Tennessee and the United States have different agricultural and Activity Book, p. 22
Use a Product Map industrial regions. TN Activity Book,
p. 120 pp. 123–124
Transparency 10
NEIGHBORHOOD
MAP MACHINE
3.4.01d Describe varied basic structures of governments in the state, nation, and world. Activity Book, p. 23LESSON 6
3.4.04a List the differences between community, city, county, state, and country eventsCommunities Are
occur.Built for
Government 3.4.04b Recognize the relationship of local governments to the state and the nation.
pp. 121–125 3.5.01b Identify historical figures that helped to shape regions.
8 • Grade 3, Unit 2 PlannerGRADE 3
RESOURCESTEACHER’S TENNESSEE SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM
INCLUDINGEDITION
3.3.01a Show how the spatial elements of point, line, and area are used on a map or Activity Book, pp. 24—25SKILL
globe. Transparency 11Find State Capitals
3.3.01b Explain the difference between relative and absolute locations.and Borders NEIGHBORHOOD
3.3.03a Locate the major cities of Tennessee on a map or globe. MAP MACHINEpp. 126–127
3.3.02b List the basic components of earth’s physical systems e.g., landforms, water, Activity Book, p. 26LESSON 7
climate, and weather, erosion, and deposition. TN Activity Book, Communities
3.3.02c Understand the concept of an ecosystem. pp. 10, 109, 110, 111Move—Brasília,
Brazil 3.3.03b Describe the concept of formal (uniform) regions.
pp. 128–131 3.3.03c Define the characteristics that comprise a region.
3.5.02c Use vocabulary related to chronology, including past, present, and future.
3.5.03b Identify factors that cause development and change in communities.
UNIT WRAP-UP 3.1.02b Compare ways in which people from different cultures think about and deal Activity Book, p. 27
with their physical environment and social conditions.pp. 132–139 Unit 2 Visual Summary
3.2.03a Recognize the world has different agricultural and industrial regions. PosterMaking Social Studies
Real 3.2.03d Recognize that Tennessee and the United States have different agricultural Transparency 12
and industrial regions.Visual Summary Assessment Program
3.3.02a List the similarities and differences of local places and regions with otherUnit 2 Review Unit 2 Test,
places and regions. Standard Test,
pp. 23—283.3.02b List the basic components of earth’s physical systems e.g., landforms, water,
Performance Tasks,climate, and weather, erosion, and deposition.
pp. 29—30
3.3.02c Understand the concept of an ecosystem.
Game Time!
3.3.03f Differentiate between urban, suburban, and rural regions.
THE AMAZING
3.4.03a Identify government officials and explain how they are chosen. WRITING MACHINE
3.5.02b Describe how individuals, events, and ideas change regions over time. TIMELINER
3.6.01b Examine the relationships and tension between personal wants and needs NEIGHBORHOOD
and various global concerns, such as the use of imported oil, land use, and MAP MACHINE
environmental protection.
INTERNET
3.6.02a Identify examples of actions individuals and groups can take to improve the
community.
3.6.02b Identify examples of nonprofit and/or civic organizations such as the Red
Cross and explain how they serve the common good.
Grade 3, Unit 2 Planner • 9UNIT 3
Planning Chart
TEACHER’S RESOURCESTENNESSEE SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUMEDITION INCLUDING
TECHNOLOGYUNIT
INTRODUCTION 3.1.02c Identify and explain the significance of selected individual writers and artists, Unit 3 Visual Summary
and their stories, poems, statues, paintings, and other examples of cultural heritage from PosterIntroduce the Unit
regions around the world. Unit 3 Home LetterPreview
3.2.02a Identify examples of private and public goods and services. Unit 3 Text-on-Tape Set the Scene with
3.3.03d Explain how change affects region and place over time. AudiocassetteLiterature
Shaker Lane 3.5.02b Describe how individuals, events, and ideas change regions over time. Video Experiences:
by Alice and Social Studies3.5.02c Use vocabulary related to chronology, including past, present, and future.
Martin Provensen THE AMAZING3.5.03b Identify factors that cause development and change in communities.
pp. 140–153 WRITING MACHINE
3.6.01a Give examples of conflict, cooperation, and interdependence among individuals,
groups, and nations.
LESSON Activity Book, 1
3.1.01a Recognize changes in culture occur as in the spread of people, languages, ideas, p. 28Communities Change and goods.
Yet Stay the Same Write-On Chart
3.1.02b Compare ways in which people from different cultures think about and deal 7pp. 154–161 with their physical environment and social conditions.
Video Experiences:
3.3.03d Explain how change affects region and place over time. Social Studies
3.3.03f Differentiate between urban, suburban, and rural regions. IMAGINATION EXPRESS
3.5.02b Describe how individuals, events, and ideas change regions over time.
3.5.02d Describe and measure calendar time by days, weeks, months, and years.
3.5.03b Identify factors that cause development and change in communities.
3.5.03c Compare various interpretations of the same time period using evidence such as
photographs and interviews.
SKILL Activity Book, pp. 29–30
3.5.03b Identify factors that cause development and change in communities.
Compare Maps from Transparency 13
Different Times THE AMAZING
pp. 162–163 WRITING MACHINE
NEIGHBORHOOD
MAP MACHINE
TIME MANAGEMENT
DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4 DAY 5 DAY 6 DAY 7 DAY 8
Unit Introduction Lesson 1 Skill Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Skill16
10 • Grade 3, Unit 3 Planner

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