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1 Backward Lesson Planning TCH 347 Social Studies in the Elementary School Department of Education Shippensburg University Han Liu, Ph. D.

2 Sequence of Backward Planning 1.A picture excited my mind 2.Think about what makes me interested in it 3.Make connections between the picture and the social studies contents 4.Adapt content to appropriate grade level(S) 5.Relate to pedagogical theories and methods 6.Initiate class activities 7.Prepare materials 8.Identify objectives based on content 9.Align objectives with state standards 10.Match topics with NCSS Themes 11.Adjust instructional strategies 12.Modify class activities 13.Develop assessment

3 Her is the Picture

4 Why Doesn ’ t She Use the Calculator? Selling modern calculators while using a thousand years old calculating antique

5 Related Topics Technology Culture History Geography Math Globalization

6 Grade Levels 4-6 Graders

7 Pedagogy Visual literacy education Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) Visual Understanding in Education (VUE)

8 Class Activity Students will be pondering on the picture and make guesses on the meaning of the picture Teacher: Elicit students’ responses and guide the students to organize their thoughts by topic categories (technology,culture, history, geography, math, globalization)

9 VTS Questions 1.What is going on in the picture? 2.What do you see that makes you say that? 3.What more can you find?

10 Make Connections with Content Areas Organize questions and answers by 5-Ws  Who  What  When  Where  Why

11 Materials Get the Abacus-Calculator picture readily available Prepare the Internet connection to Google Pictures of Abacus Google Pictures of Calculators Computer is a calculator Calculator Google.com

12 Map of the World

13 Map of the World

14 Map of China

15 Identify Objectives After this unit, students will be able to  Know that abacus is an old fashioned calculator  Understand that calculating technology advanced over a long period time  Understand the relationship between calculator and computer  Understand people in different culture do things differently  Locate Shanghai in a map of the world  Locate Shanghai in a map of China by identifying its relevant location to Beijing, Hong Kong, Tibet, and the Pacific Ocean.

16 State Standards Technology GRADE 4 Group tools and machines by their function. Explain appropriate instrument selection for specific tasks.

17 State Standards Geography GRADE 6 B. Describe and locate places and regions.  Coordinate systems (e.g., latitude and longitude, time zones)

18 NCSS Themes Culture Time, Continuity, and Change People, Places, and Environment Science, technology, and Society Globalization

19 Assessment Give 3 examples on technology development over time Give 3 examples showing that people of different culture do things differently

20 Sequence of Backward Planning 1.A picture boggled my mind 2.Think about what makes me interested in it 3.Make connections between the picture and the social studies topics 4.Adapt content to appropriate grade level(S) 5.Relate to pedagogical theories and methods 6.Initiate class activities 7.Prepare materials 8.Identify objectives based on content 9.Align objectives with state standards 10.Match topics with NCSS Themes 11.Adjust instructional strategies 12.Modify class activities 13.Develop assessment

21 Resources of Backward Lesson Planning _mapping.phtmlhttp://www.glencoe.com/sec/teachingtoday/subject/backward _mapping.phtml


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