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Exploring Empathy Through History: Teaching Values in a Grade 7 History Lesson (CAPS: Page 37) Concept Area: Social Sciences (History) Lesson Objective: Students will understand the concept of empat


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Question: Create a sample of lesson plan on how values can be taught in a history lesson, select a theme/ topic within the history CAPS (grade 7 to 12) include CAPS page no and content/ concept area.

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Lesson Plan Details: Subject: History Grade Level: Grade 10 CAPS Reference: Page 36, World War II (1939-1945) Concept: Understanding the importance of peace, respect, tolerance, and freedom Lesson Objective: By the end of this lesson, students will be able to understand the core values of peace, respect, tolerance, and freedom and how these values are inherent to societal progress or decline. Materials: 1. History textbooks 2. Map of Europe during the 1940s. 3. Copies of primary sources from World War II (speech transcripts, diary entries, etc.) 4. Video projector for showing relevant World War II footages. Procedures: 1. Start the lesson by asking students what they already know about World War II. (5 minutes) 2. Introduce the concept of World War II, with an emphasis on the causes and worldwide impacts of this event. Discuss the opposing sides and their ideologies. Describe how certain values (or lack thereof) led countries to choose their alliances. Make sure to point out how the values of peace, respect, tolerance, and freedom were threatened during this time. (10 minutes) 3. Break students into small groups. Distribute copies of various primary sources from World War II. Have each group analyze their sources, identifying how the elements of peace, respect, tolerance, and freedom were represented or violated in each source. (15 minutes) 4. Let each group present their analysis. Encourage them to connect the values we're focusing on with real-world scenarios during World War II. (20 minutes) 5. Show footages from World War II, especially those that emphasize the lack of peace, respect, tolerance, and freedom. Instruct students to take note of how these footages demonstrate the inherent need for these values. (15 minutes) 6. Hold a class discussion drawing connections between the impact of these values (or lack of them) during World War II, and the importance of these values in our life today, especially in the context of sociocultural diversity and international relations. Let the students voice their views. (15 minutes) 7. Assign homework: Write an essay about one key event during World War II, focusing on the role of our studying values and, in doing so, impart what lessons can be learned that are relevant to today's global society. Assessment: The students will be evaluated based on their group presentations, participation in class discussions, and the completion of their essays which should demonstrate their understanding of the values and how they are relevant in today's society. This lesson not only allows students to delve into World War II but also develop a thorough understanding of the importance of the values being studied, making history more relatable and engaging.

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April 9, 2024, 11:16 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, April 9, 2024

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