Lesson Plan

Molding of a Leader: Lesson 3

Lt. Col. Eisenhower and Renault tank, 1919.

Lt. Col. Eisenhower and Renault tank, 1919.

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Grade Level:
Fourth Grade-Fifth Grade
Subject:
History, Language Arts, Reading, U.S. Presidents, World War II, Writing
Group Size:
Up to 36
Setting:
classroom
National/State Standards:
PA Education Standards
English/Language Arts: 1.2.5 A, 1.6.5 D
Character Education - Recognize, identify, exhibit good character.

Overview

GETTING ON THE RIGHT TRRACC:
In this lesson, he students will read one or more of the stories from the life of Dwight D.  Eisenhower, and identify a character trait that Eisenhower learned from the experience or that he displayed in the story.

Objective(s)

Students will read and analyze selections from various stories.

The students will use a graphic organizer to list character traits and give specific examples from the selections that show President Eisenhower was a person of character.

 

 

Materials

Molding of a Leader: Lesson 3 Materials
Includes the following stories:
Work and Play
Athletics by Dwight D. Eisenhower
Outdoor Life and Favorite Pastimes
At the Point
Ike's First Command: Camp Colt
The D-Day Decision
Towards the Presidency
and...
Graphic Organizer
Assignment Template
Teacher References

Procedure

Extensions

Check out the other lessons:
Introduction - Molding of a Leader

Lesson 1 - Defining a Person of Character

Lesson 2 - The Development of Character Over Time

Lesson 3 - Getting on the Right TRRACC - Ike's Stories

Lesson 4 - Defining Responsibility

Site Visit - President Eisenhower : "A Man of Many Hats"

Lesson 5 - Post Visit - Get on the right TRRACC,Trustworthy, Respectful, Responsible, Accountable, Caring, and Citizenship