Lesson Plan

Identifying the 5 freedoms listed in the 1st Amendment

6th grade students will identify the 5 Freedoms listed in the 1st Amendment
Alysabeth M.
Classroom teacher
Fairview Middle School
Fairview, PA
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My Grades 6
My Subjects Social Studies

Students will be able to...

-reflect and remember the basic concepts of the previous day's lesson through using Kahoot!

​-identify each type the five freedoms using real-life examples through the use of QR codes

Social Studies
Grades 6
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Teacher Notes
Student Notes

1 Bellringer/Attention Getter

Teacher will have a Kahoot review game set-up on the SmartBoard, so that students may login immediately when entering class. Once all students are in the game, the teacher will start the review game. Questions will be based on the previous day's lesson for review.

Student Instructions

Students will enter the Kahoot pin as they enter class. Once all students are in the game, they will answer questions on their iPad.

2 Direct Instruction

Activity: Conversing

The teacher will give an example on the board of a real-life situation that adheres to one of the five freedoms. One example may be, "A local newspaper reporter opens criticizes the town's mayor." The teacher will ask the students to raise their hand and call on a student to correctly identify which freedom that belongs to. 

Student Instructions

Students will try to figure out which freedom the example on the board exemplifies.