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  1.   Introduction to Sweden
Lesson 3 Karen Gutierrez 5/14/00 1st Grade Introduction to Sweden Objectives Academic: Standard 1 Language Arts; To learn basic informational facts about Sweden to prepare for reading stories set in Sweden. Technological: Standard 2; To access and use information to gain knowledge about a subject via the internet. Pre-Requisite Technological Skills Students should be fam...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  2.   Eurovision song row
...in mins Teacher Generate interest about today's topic by asking students to fill in the table of Eurovision song contest winners over the years: Year 1974 1988 1998 Song Waterloo Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi Diva Everyway that I can Singer/group ABBA Celine Dion Dana International Sertab Erener Country Sweden Switzerland Israel Turkey Boardwork Waterloo, Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi, Diva, Everyway that I can Sertab Erener, ABBA, Dana International, Celine Dion Israel, Sweden, Switzerland Turkey Year 1974 1988 1998 2003 Song Singer group Country 5 2003 10 Elicit/present key vocabulary that students need either t...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  3.   Dutch EU vote
...E R E A D I N G T E X T 5 Generate interest about today's topic by writing some European countries on the board. For each one ask students if it is in the EU or not. Show on a world map where those countries are. Answers: In EU Not in EU Belgium Monaco Germany Iceland Portugal Switzerland Denmark Sweden France the Netherlands Elicit/present key vocabulary that students need either to understand the key points of the text or to understand and/or answer any questions that you'll set them later in the lesson. The vocabulary is from Word in the News (so you can elicit the vocabulary by using the explanations...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  4.   EU Aid Increase
...whole text. For example: India P USA R Britain R Somalia P How many of our countries are mentioned in the text? W H I L E R E A D I N G Skim reading (first reading of text) 2 Check answer 1 Check students' answers Elicit answer from students (and write answers on board) Countries mentioned: Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Norway, Germany, Italy, Portugal, the US, Japan. For example: India P USA R Britain R Somalia P O P P O 6 Words in the News - EU aid increase - Intermediate Reading Skills Core materials Lesson Plan Activity Approx time in mins Teacher Boardwork Set specific info...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Adopt a Sea Monster
...he locations of the sea monsters on a map. * Here is a list of seven very popular sea monsters that information is relatively easy to find: Nessie - The Loch Ness Monster, Loch Ness, Scotland Champ - Lake Champlain, New York Nahuelito, Nahuel Huapi Lake, Argentina Ogopogo, Lake Okanagan The Kraken, Sweden/ The Giant Squid Chessie, Chesapeke Bay, Maryland Tessie, Lake Tahoe For other possible sea monsters and Internet sites see the References list at the end of this lesson. Divide the class into groups of four. According to the number of groups, take the same number of sea monster names and throw them into a...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  6.   American Growth and Expansion in the late 1800s
...kground information on the life of the settlers of the northern plains. Station VIII * Immigration from southern/eastern Europe and Asia Essential Knowledge to be Learned * Prior to 1871, most immigrants to America came from northern and western Europe * Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Norway, and Sweden. During the half-century from 1871 until 1921, most immigrants came from southern and eastern Europe * Italy, Greece, Poland, Russia, and present-day Hungary and Yugoslavia. Immigrants also arrived from Asia * China and Japan. A History of a Free Nation, Glencoe McGraw-Hill pages 528-530 provides backgroun...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  7.   Why Does Delaware Have Such a Strange Shape?
...shape. Our characters will wear namecards to make it easier for you to follow along. Narrator: After Columbus returned from his first trip to America in 1492 a number of European nations began to explore and claim parts of America for their own. These nations included Great Britain, Spain, France, Sweden, and The Netherlands. [Pointer shows these countries on a World Map] People from these European countries began to settle on land in America that was claimed by their country. [All characters begin in Europe] Dutch: [Moves to Lewes, Delaware] I represent the European nation of The Netherlands. In 1631, a g...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  8.   Book: Sweden, Chapter One: The Landscape
Book: Sweden Chapter One: The Landscape Subject area(s): Social Studies, Science Amount of time needed: One 40-minute period Objectives: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: 1) Create a nature journal for an imaginary trip around Sweden. 2) Identify animals and plants that live in Sweden. 3) Describe th...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  9.   Introduction to Sweden
Lesson 3 Karen Gutierrez 5/14/00 1st Grade Introduction to Sweden Objectives Academic: Standard 1 Language Arts; To learn basic informational facts about Sweden to prepare for reading stories set in Sweden. Technological: Standard 2; To access and use information to gain knowledge about a subject via the internet. Pre-Requisite Technological Skills Students should be fam...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  10.   Puzzlemaker / Sweden - Butterflies / Birds
Internet Lesson Plan #3 Dina Dalton, Nash Grades 1-3 Title 1 Reading Trackstar lesson: Puzzlemaker/Sweden-Butterflies/Birds Objectives: Academic: Language Arts Standard R-F5 sequence and organization R-F7 evaluate directions W-F2 conventions and editing W-F4 science Technological: Technology Standard 1 Students will be able to use basic keyboarding skills and to practice using the Mouse. Pre-Requisite Technolo...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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