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Exploration and Settlement of the NYS Area by the Dutch and English Lesson Plan

Exploration and Settlement of the NYS Area by the Dutch and English Lesson Plan
Exploration and Settlement of the NYS Area by the Dutch and English Lesson Plan
Exploration and Settlement of the NYS Area by the Dutch and English Lesson Plan
Exploration and Settlement of the NYS Area by the Dutch and English Lesson Plan
Exploration and Settlement of the NYS Area by the Dutch and English Lesson Plan
Exploration and Settlement of the NYS Area by the Dutch and English Lesson Plan
Exploration and Settlement of the NYS Area by the Dutch and English Lesson Plan
Exploration and Settlement of the NYS Area by the Dutch and English Lesson Plan
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The Exploration and Settlement of the NYS Area by the Dutch and English is a social studies differentiated instruction lesson plan. It includes the following:

1. Lesson Plan (with notes)
2. 3 Ability Levels of Vocabulary Sheets
3. 2 Ability Levels of Note Sheets
4. Student Activity Choice Sheet
5. Play-Doh Activity with rubric (both activities include student roles, simple steps and time limits to help students stay on task and move along)
6. Joke Writer Activity with rubric
7. 2 Ability Levels of a Graphic Organizer with an answer key
8. Paragraph Writing Homework with Grading Checklist

It goes along with the Exploration and Settlement of the NYS Area by the Dutch and English PowerPoint that is sold separately and can be found at:

Exploration and Settlement of the NYS Area by the Dutch and English PowerPoint


The PowerPoint and lesson plan includes the following content that follows the 7th grade NYS social studies curriculum:

1. Vocabulary
2. Essential Questions
3. Relationships Between the Colonists and the Native American Indians: Different colonies had allies with different tribes and were enemies with others
4. Similarities Between the Europeans and Native American Indians
a. The role of tradition:
b. The importance of families and kinship ties:
c. The hierarchical nature of the community and family:
d. The need to be self sufficient
5. Differences Between the Europeans and Native American Indians
a. Ideas About Land Ownership
b. Gender Roles
c. Criticism by both the Natives and the Europeans
d. Rivalry Between the Dutch and English Eventually Resulted in English Supremacy

These products were last revised on 10/1/2013.

This is part of a bundle called European Exploration and Settlement Mini Unit Bundle. It has four PowerPoints and four lesson plans in it. You can save $7.50 by purchasing the bundle. The lessons and PowerPoints are listed below:

1. Motivating Factors of European Exploration Lesson and PowerPoint
2. Geographic Factors Influenced European Exploration and Settlement in America lesson plan and PowerPoint
3. Effects of Exploration in America and Europe
4. Exploration and Settlement of the NYS Area by the Dutch and English

You can get to my bundle by following this link: European Exploration and Settlement Mini Unit Bundle




Exploration and Settlement of the NYS Area by the Dutch and English Lesson Plan by Kasha Mastrodomenico is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work at www.socialstudiesdifferentiatedinstruction.com.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at www.socialstudiesdifferentiatedinstruction.
Total Pages
24 pages
Answer Key
Included with rubric
Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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