New York History is a literacy-based mini unit aligned with the Common Core Standards. We've supplied all of the content, lower and higher level New York History activities, and FOUR Interactive Notebook activities that will provide students with a long lasting New York history reference.
In addition the New York lesson content has been professionally recorded with words and music so you can set up a listening center for your reluctant readers or use the audio to enhance whole group instruction!
NOTE: The audio file is in MP3 format for playing on your computer or MP3 device.
Our New York Mini Unit teaches about New York's first people, famous explorers and colonists, early government, important battles and wars, and New York's journey to statehood.
After reading about New York, Students will:
answer Reading Comprehension questions
complete a Language Skills activity,
answer thought-provoking discussion questions about the Industrial Revolution
use latitude/longitude to plot points of interest on a Middle Atlantic States map
take a Vocabulary Quiz
Students will then use the lesson content to create:
Vocabulary Foldables (Interactive Notebook)
State History Booklet (Interactive Notebook)
My State at A Glance Accordion Foldable (Interactive Notebook)
Henry Hudson Famous Person Wheel (Interactive Notebook)
We've even included a color version of the lesson for your White Board, black line masters for your students, a context-appropriate Glossary, and grading rubrics for Interactive Notebook and higher-level activities.
Download the Preview to see the complete Lesson Plan, Standard Alignment, and samples from the lesson/activities.
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