Learn US hist. proper nouns: people, places, things; videos & worksheet; ID, discuss & reflect; diff. activities; review & assess.

You 12 Jan, 21:26:18

Create a lesson plan for children on proper nouns about history oh the USA. Include an introduction, lesson outline, questioning, assessment, differentiation and plenary. Include links to some video and worksheet resources.

Teacherbot 12 Jan, 21:26:18

Today we’re going to be learning about the history of the United States – specifically, about proper nouns related to that history. Proper nouns are words that start with capital letters and are specific to a person, place, or thing. You can think of them as the names of people, places, and things – for example, John, Washington D.C., and the Statue of Liberty.

Lesson Outline:
-What are proper nouns?
-Identifying proper nouns related to US history
-Discussion of famous people, places, and things (from worksheet and video)

-What is a proper noun?
-What are some examples of proper nouns related to US history?
-Who is the first US president?
-Where is the US capital?
-What landmark is famous in New York City?

Worksheet – Students will work with partners to complete a worksheet that identifies proper nouns related to US history.

Teacher-generated – For those who need additional assistance or guidance, the teacher will generate a worksheet with ideas and hints for proper nouns.
For those needing more challenge, teacher will provide extension questions and activities.

-Review key points about proper nouns
-Reflection on the important people, places, and things in US history

-Who was the First US President? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GHDtI-AG2Q
-Where is the US Capital? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmhduquGdBI
-What Landmark is Famous in New York City? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6U_3qUiHQ6U

-Proper Nouns in US History https://study.com/academy/worksheet/proper-nouns-in-us-history.html