Lesson Plan : The Emergence Judaism

Teacher Name:
 Debbie Avila
Grade:
 Grade 9-10
Subject:
 Social Studies

Topic:
 The emergence of Monotheistic religions (Judaism).
Objectives:
 *The student will understand the importance of monotheistic religions at that time *The student will understand the development of Judaism. *The student will comprehend the spiritual dimensions of Judaism and their relevance to modern society
Materials:
 Notes, paper, pen
Introduction:
 The student will be told of various famous people that are Jewish. Next, the students will be asked what they know about Judaism. Then they will be asked what they want to know about the topic.(10 min)
Development:
 The student will be given notes on Judaism. These notes will be given in three fifteen minute intervals, between those intervals the students will be asked questions based on the notes that were gone over.(45 min total)
Practice:
 After the class has taken its first set of notes they will be presented with questions based on Bloom's Taxonomy. The first question will be a knowledge based question over the first set of notes given. They will have about five minutes to answer the question and we will go over it as a class. As a class we will go over knowledge, comprehension, and application questions. (5 min each, 15 min total)
Checking For Understanding:
 I will walk through the class to make sure that they are understanding the questions and information given to them, and to answer any questions that they may have presented.
Closure:
 A few minutes before class ends I will ask the students to write on a sheet of paper one new thing they learned about Judaism. This will be used as an exit ticket, so everyone must turn one in.
Evaluation:
 I will evaluate their progress based on the Bloom's questions, the hand-out and their exit ticket.

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