Reflection: Relevance Follow the Geese....North - Section 1: Mini-lesson


The students really enjoyed this lesson.  First, their student teacher is from North Carolina and she shared what it was like growing up in that state.  She also shared what life was like for her dad when he was little and growing up living on a small tobacco farm.  The kids were amazed with the facts she shared about how tobacco was grown and harvested.  They enjoyed reading the article on line and were interested in the content.

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Follow the Geese....North

Unit 7: Historical Fiction- Slavery and the Civil War
Lesson 13 of 15

Objective: SWBAT understand the historical significance of quilts to their owners through the creation of classroom quilt.

Big Idea: Differentiate! Differentiate! Differentiate! Use the needs of your students to determine learning tasks.

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laura sneeds
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