Nonfiction Informational Text, FOUR Interactive Notebook assignments, and a balanced mix of engaging hands-on activities to teach students about the life and exploits of New World Explorer Jacques Cartier:
• Jacques Cartier COMPLETE Lesson-we supply all of the CONTENT!
• Questions to assess Informational Text Comprehension
• Primary and Secondary Source Differentiation
• Compare and Contrast Expository Paragraph-we take students through Writing Process
• Jacques Cartier Vocabulary Quiz
Students will then use the Jacques Cartier Lesson content to complete FOUR Interactive Notebook Assignments (all patterns and step-by-step directions included!):
• Vocabulary Foldables
• Four-Fold Organizer
• Jacques Cartier Interactive Time Line
• Interactive Venn Diagram comparing Jacques Cartier and Samuel Champlain
Jacques Cartier, aligned with the Common Core READING, WRITING, and LANGUAGE Standards (see Preview for Standard Alignment), can be purchased separately or as part of our Common Core-aligned NEW WORLD EXPLORERS INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK UNIT
We've included a context-appropriate Glossary, Answer Pages, and Grading Rubrics for the Interactive Notebook Assignments.
Download the Jacques Cartier Preview to see the complete Lesson Plan, Common Core Alignment and samples from the lesson and activities.
OUR OTHER NEW WORLD EXPLORER RESOURCES:
NEW WORLD EXPLORERS INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK UNIT
LEIF ERIKSON INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK UNIT
ROBERT LA SALLE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK UNIT
SAMUEL DE CHAMPLAIN INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK UNIT
SIR FRANCIS DRAKE LESSON
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