Tag Archives: Iroquois Confederacy Lesson Plan

Differentiated Instruction lesson on the Iroquois Confederacy

How does the Iroquois Confederacy Lesson differentiate instruction?

Iroquois Confederacy Lesson Plan

Social Studies differentiated instruction is done beautifully in the Iroquois Confederacy lesson plan. It uses both the Multiple Intelligence Theory and ability levels to differentiate instruction.

To differentiate instruction for vocabulary, there are three vocabulary ability level worksheets. They all give the option to either use the linguistic Multiple Intelligence or the Spatial Multiple Intelligence in the right hand column. The enriched version of the vocabulary sheet allows students to write the definitions using their own words. The average leveled sheet allows students to fill in the blanks of the definitions. The basic leveled sheet allows the students to take the time they need to read the definition and then fill in the right had column just like the other levels.

The Iroquois Confederacy lesson plan continues to differentiate instruction by providing two levels of note taking sheets for students. The enriched version allows for more critical thinking by allowing them to choose what they include in their notes and how they state it while following the PowerPoint. The basic note sheet is more guided and allows them to fill in the blanks as they go through the PowerPoint. The reason for this is to allow the students to listen to the content and then while the other students are writing in their notes, these students, who need to have repetition, can use partner review or ask questions for clarification. There are also maps and charts in both versions to bring in the Spatial Multiple Intelligence.

The activity section of the Iroquois Confederacy lesson plan uses mixed ability level grouping. The students go through a mock run of the Iroquois Confederacy and it’s decision making process. The question for the students is whether or not the Tuscarora should be allowed to join the Iroquois Confederacy. The direction sheet is very easy for students to follow.

There is a paragraph writing activity for homework and it comes with a grading checklist.

For more information on the Iroquois Confederacy Lesson Plan follow the links below.

Where can I find the Iroquois Confederacy Lesson Plan?

What content is in the Iroquois Confederacy Lesson Plan?

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kasha-Mastrodomenico offers social studies differentiated instruction for middle school! Check it out!

Written by,

Kasha Mastrodomenico

www.socialstudiesdifferentiatedinstruction.com

kasha@socialstudiesdifferentiatedinstruction.com

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kasha-Mastrodomenico

Iroquois Confederacy Lesson Content

Iroquois Confederacy Lesson Content

Iroquois Confederacy Lesson Content (Differentiated Instruction)

The NYS 7th grade social studies curriculum includes the Iroquois Confederacy. In the Iroquois Confederacy Lesson Content, I go into detail about:

1. Who was involved in the Iroquois Confederacy

2. Where was the Iroquois Confederacy?

3. How the Iroquois Confederacy was created

4. When and why the Iroquois Confederacy began

5. Iroquois Clans

6. Different gender roles within the Iroquois Confederacy

7. The Grand Council and how it’s chosen

8. Representation of tribes in the Grand Council

To find out more, click on the question below:

How does the Iroquois Confederacy Lesson Plan differentiated instruction?

Where can I find the Iroquois Confederacy Lesson Plan?

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kasha-Mastrodomenico offers social studies differentiated instruction for middle school teachers and students. Check it out!

You can find all of my social studies differentiated instruction lesson plans in chart form by clicking on the links below:

US History Differentiated Instruction Lesson Plans

 

Written by,

Kasha Mastrodomenico (Connect with me on Linkedin.com)

www.socialstudiesdifferentiatedinstruction.com

kasha@socialstudiesdifferentiatedinstruction.com

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kasha-Mastrodomenico

Differentiated Instruction lesson on the Iroquois Confederacy

Where can I find a differentiated instruction lesson on the Iroquois Confederacy?

Differentiated Instruction Lesson on the Iroquois Confederacy

There are two places where you can find the differentiated instruction lesson on the Iroquois Confederacy. The differentiated instruction lesson plan on the Iroquois Confederacy uses different ability levels to help all students learn the content. It also includes a fun activity that allows students to pretend they are part of the Grand Council. They have to decide if the Tuscarora should be allowed to join the Confederacy.

1. The first place to look is in my store at teachersnotebook.com. Follow the links below if you would prefer that route:

http://www.teachersnotebook.com/product/socialstudiesdifferentiatedinstruction/iroquois-confederacy-powerpoint

http://www.teachersnotebook.com/product/socialstudiesdifferentiatedinstruction/iroquois-confederacy-differentiated-instruction-lesson-plan

2. Another place to find the differentiated instruction lesson on the Iroquois Confederacy is to follow the two links below:

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Iroquois-Confederacy-PowerPoint-Minilesson

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Iroquois-Confederacy-Lesson-Plan

To find out more about the differentiated instruction lesson on the Iroquois Confederacy, follow the links below:

How does the Iroquois Confederacy Lesson Plan differentiate instruction?

What content is used in the Iroquois Confederacy lesson plan?

 

You can find all of my social studies differentiated instruction lesson plans in chart form by clicking on the links below:

US History Differentiated Instruction Lesson Plans

World History Differentiated Instruction lesson Plans

Written by,

Kasha Mastrodomenico (Connect with me on Linkedin.com)

www.socialstudiesdifferentiatedinstruction.com

kasha@socialstudiesdifferentiatedinstruction.com

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kasha-Mastrodomenico