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Instructions for utilizing the big eleven strategies in the us govt syllabus

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Handout for NCSS Denver 2010 PD Vision for Social Studies in the 21st Century

Handout for NCSS Denver 2010 PD Vision for Social Studies in the 21st Century

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  • 1. New Social Studies Syllabi and the Big Eleven Utilizing the Big Eleven Strategies in the Social Studies Core Syllabi 3.2 STUDENTS WILL DESCRIBE KEY EVENTS WHICH PLAYED A MAJOR ROLE IN THE STRUGGLE FOR THE EXPANSION OF AFRICAN AMERICAN RIGHTS DURING THE LATE 19TH AND EARLY 20TH CENTURIES BY UTILIZING TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES. (2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10) [NS: H3.(9-12).1, H3.(9-12).6] 3.2.C CULTURAL CONNECTION: Using primary source documents and Multiple Sources-Multiple Perspectives*, students will evaluate the impact of the Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws on African-Americans living in the South. Students will summarize their findings by creating a digital essay*. 3.5 STUDENTS WILL EXAMINE THE RIGHTS OF CITIZENS AND HOW THESE RIGHTS ARE PROTECTED AND RESTRICTED INCLUDING FEDERAL AND STATE CONSUMER PROTECTION LAWS, REGULATIONS OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS TO PROTECT INVESTORS, BORROWERS’ RIGHTS ON CREDIT REPORTS, AND FEDERAL AND STATE CREDIT PROTECTION LAWS BY APPLYING WRITING STRATEGIES. (2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10) [NS: C13.(9-12).6] 3.5.F SUGGESTION: Using a Compare/Contrast Y-Chart*, students will analyze the similarities and differences between federal and state consumer protection laws. 7.4 STUDENTS WILL SUMMARIZE THE GOVERNMENT’S EXPENDITURES IN THE AREAS OF ENTITLEMENTS, NATIONAL DEFENSE, AND NATIONAL DEBT BY PROVIDING CONTEMPORARY EXAMPLES. (1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10) [NS: E11.(9-12).6; C14.(9-12).11] 7.4.A SUGGESTION: Students will analyze a political cartoon that depicts concerns regarding government spending by writing commentary on a Table Top Blog*. Strategies included in the Appendix are highlighted in red and marked with an *. Curriculum and Professional Development Division August 2010 K-12 Social Studies BIG 11 SKILL BIG 11 SKILL BIG 11 SKILL