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Unit 1 - Paleolithic and Neolithic Eras ENL

ENL Paleolithic and Neolithic Eras UNIT Attached is the introductory unit to global 9 curriculum. This unit includes 13 days worth of materials for beginning of the year materials, including basic social studies topics, the Paleolithic Era and Neolithic Revolution. All materials are combined with English/Spanish in every packet to assist students across varying language proficiencies. These Spanish translations can easily be replaced with whatever language your students require. #1 - All About Me (ENL students introduce themselves in a culturally reflective and rich lesson) #2 - Continents Descriptions - geared to practicing key vocabulary including the seven continents #3 - Geographic Features - students will continue practicing key vocabulary based on geographic features #4 - Mini-Quiz on those key terms #5 - Anthropology/Archaeology Introduction with study of Otzi #6 - Paleolithic Era Introduction Lesson #7 - Paleolithic Era - with introduction to NYS regents style Part 2 questions (geographic context, point of view, cause and effect) #8 - Paleolithic Review/ Paleolithic Era Quiz (includes map section, which is included for practice in various lessons) #9 - Neolithic Introduction Lesson #10 - Neolithic Analysis - continues to build on student understanding from lesson 9 #11 - Paleolithic/Neolithic Analysis (NYS regents style Part 2 questions) #12 - Paleolithic/Neolithic Study Guide - perfect for adaptation using Kahoot! #13 - Test (beginning of the year topics, vocabulary, NYS Framework Exam stimulus-based style questions modified for ENL students --> English and Spanish versions!)

Category: History → World History
Price: $10
 
 

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About the Teacher

 
 

Mr. G

I have been teaching Global History and ENL Global History for the past five years. I have created a wide portfolio of document-based resources, geared to teaching literacy and language skills. I follow New York State guidelines for Global history ranging back from ancient history to modern day events.

 


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