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Presentation of Resources for Secondary Social Studies CBAs given at pre-conference for Washington Library Media Association (WLMA) October 2009

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  • Communication is key Email, Newsletters, grade level meetings, 2 minutes in a checkout line Find out the teacher’s timeline -
  • Bibliography is now REQUIRED
  • Bibliography is now REQUIRED
  • These groups have filtered the information for you OSPI cards? Resource work for OSPI
  • Directions, scored samples, graphic organizers, etc NEW ealrs and gles, links, and more
  • Pathfinders and portals: info is collected and sorted for you
  • Collections of pathfinders
  • WLMA pathfinder http://wlma.org/storage/cbas/pathfinders/middle-checks-johnson.html Creative Commons License- copy, modify, use, give credit
  • http://www.mead354.org/page.cfm?p=9686
  • Center for Civic Education http://www.civiced.org/index.php?page=wtp_introduction
  • National Constitution Center http://72.32.50.200/constitution/index_no_flash.php
  • Statewide Database Licensing Many magazines, newspapers and reference books for “pennies”
  • AP photo Archives The Revolutionary War gunboat, Philadelphia, is raised from Lake Champlain in this Aug. 11, 1949 photo. The gunboat was part of Benedict Arnold's fleet during the battle for Lake Champlain during the fight for America's independence.
  • Tip: Younger students have trouble developing essential questions. Develop the question for you students or together as a class.
  • National Constitution Center http://72.32.50.200/constitution/index_no_flash.php

WLMA 2009 Social Studies CBAs Secondary Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Classroom Based Assessments: Resources, Tips, and Tools Nadean Meyer Eastern Washington University
  • 2. Teacher Librarians Teacher Librarians across the state Task force and training since 2004 http://wlma.org/cbas
  • 3. Agenda Civics CBA Resources Research Resources Common Step Teaching Tools 4 3 2 1 Collaboration
  • 4. Goals
    • See the range of resources
    • Know where to look after today
    • Excitement about what our students can think about
  • 5. Your goals
    • District or Elementary or Secondary
    • Done a CBA with students or Not Yet
    • Have your content selected or Not Yet
    • Database access in school– Y N
  • 6. What do Teacher-Librarians Contribute to the Partnership ?
    • Provide instructional support
      • Essential Questions
      • Note Taking Strategies
      • Reliable Resources
    • Help with “backwards planning”
      • Where do we want them to go?
      • What do we expect to see?
      • How will we get there?
    • Statewide assistance
      • http://wlma.org/cbas
  • 7. Resources
    • Books count too!
    • Varying resources across schools
    • One time 2008-09 School Library Funding
    • ~ $4.00 FTE
    • Today’s demonstration is mainly web resources
  • 8. Common Steps
      • Transferable skills
      • Research Process
      • Citing sources
      • Using information
      • Evaluating information
  • 9. Common Steps
      • Essential Question
      • Key Concepts & Vocabulary
      • Inquiry (reading and note-taking, bibliography)
      • Organization & Synthesis
      • Group Process & Discussion
      • Position (Writing!)
      • Presentation (Communication!)
  • 10. Avoiding the Overload
    • OSPI
    • Libraries
      • WLMA
      • Public
    • Civic groups
    • Museums
  • 11. OSPI
    • Classroom Based Assessments
      • http://www.k12.wa.us/SocialStudies/default.aspx
    • OSPI Resources
      • http://standards.ospi.k12.wa.us/
      • Unit outlines, supporting resources, anchored sets graphic organizers and more…
  • 12. Libraries
    • Pathfinders
    • Databases
    • Reference librarians
    • Best of web
    • Evaluation criteria
  • 13. Pathfinders
    • Procedure to scaffold resources
    • Preselected for guidance
      • Library of Congress by era
      • Internet Public Library
      • Joyce Valenza
      • http://www.wlma.org/cbas
      • http://www.mead354.org/page.cfm?p=423
  • 14. WLMA Pathfinder
    • Checks & Balance- 3 branches
    • Impeachment
    • Andrew Johnson
    • Time- reconstruction
    • Primary sources
    • Secondary
    http:// wlma.org/storage/cbas/pathfinders/middle-checks-johnson.html
  • 15. Mead http://www.mead354.org/page.cfm?p=423
  • 16. Mead -Middle School http://www.mead354.org/page.cfm?p=9686
  • 17. Where to start? Process
    • OSPI Directions and Rubric
    • Decide topic or content
    • WLMA pathfinder
      • Andrew Johnson Impeachment
    • Use teacher mind to determine KWL
    • Examine best resources available
    • Teaching toolkit
    • CAUTION!-” letting students loose on issue with many choices ”
  • 18. Gradual Release of Responsibility
  • 19. Civics
  • 20. We the People http://www.civiced.org/
  • 21. Our Documents
    • http://www.ourdocuments.gov
  • 22. National Archives archives.gov
  • 23. Ben’s Guide to Gov http://bensguide.gpo.gov/3-5/election/index.html Range of Grades
  • 24. Historical Thinking
    • Noodletools.com—Teachers- Abilock
    • http://noodletools.com/debbie/literacies/
    • PBS teachers http://www.pbs.org/teachers/socialstudies/
    • Why Historical Thinking Matters
    • http://historicalthinkingmatters.org/why/
    • Jamie McKenzie- fno.org
    • http://fno.org/sept07/soc.html
  • 25. Complete sites Martha Ballard’s Diary 27 years colonial http://dohistory.org
  • 26. Complete Sites
    • Diary of Opal Whiteley
    • http://intersect.uoregon.edu/opal/
  • 27. Valley of the Shadow
    • http://valley.vcdh.virginia.edu/
  • 28. Think aloud
    • Rubric
    • Resources
    • Keywords
    • Engagement
    • Assessing
    • Success for all students
  • 29. Finding the “good stuff”
  • 30. Factchecked.org Lessons, straight from the source, tools of the trade, wikipedia lessons
  • 31. Thinkfinity.org- Lessons
  • 32. Interactive Constitution http://72.32.50.200/constitution/index_no_flash.php
  • 33. Washington State Historical Society http://stories.washingtonhistory.org/education/teachers/index.shtml
  • 34. Washington State History Lab Museums
    • Washington State History Lab
      • http://www.historylab.org/default.htm
    http://www.wsu.edu/~accessnw/resources/banned02-04.htm
  • 35. Washington State Library Washington State Legislature http://www.leg.wa.gov/legislature/StudentsPage/
  • 36. Supreme Court http://www.oyez.org/
  • 37.
        • http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/
    Digital history
  • 38. University of Washington
      • http://content.lib.washington.edu/
  • 39. Library of Congress
      • American Memory- Library of Congress
        • http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/
  • 40. Subscription Databases
  • 41. Databases
    • School ESD pricing Statewide Database Licensing Project
    • Washington State Library
    • Public Libraries have access too
  • 42. Proquest ProQuest/elibrary http://portal.bigchalk.com/portalweb/login.do
  • 43. Culture Grams
    • Culturegrams (states, countries, multimedia)
      • http://online.culturegrams.com/
  • 44. Culturgrams Egypt
  • 45. NetTrekker Nettrekker (includes standards and timelines) http://school.nettrekker.com/frontdoor
  • 46. Discovery Streaming
  • 47. Facts on File Facts On File http://factsonfile.infobasepublishing.com/newsservices.asp
  • 48. ProQuest
    • Search within publications like:
    • Social Education
    • Cobblestone
    • Elibray– Lexiles for range of reading levels
    • Statewide Database Project- funded through your money– access through school or public library– help with getting all students with a card
  • 49. Cobblestone Online http://cobblestoneonline.net Free index, $50 per building online
  • 50. Statewide Library Listings http://www.secstate.wa.gov/quicklinks/searchwayfinder
  • 51. Freely accessible media
  • 52. Online Databases- Media
    • Smithsonian
      • http://americanhistory.si.edu/militaryhistory/exhibition/flash.html
    • Library of Congress
      • http://www.loc.gov/index.html
  • 53. Smithsonian
  • 54. Kitzu http://www.kitzu.com
  • 55. Subscription Databases- Video
    • National Archives video on Google
      • http://video.google.com/nara.html
  • 56. National Archives Video
  • 57. Online Tools
    • Thesis Generators
    • Timeline Builders
    • Citation Creator
    • And more…
  • 58. National Archives
    • Includes lessons and digital artifacts
      • http://www.archives.gov/education/
  • 59. Statewide Library Listings http://www.secstate.wa.gov/quicklinks/searchwayfinder
  • 60.
    • Persuasive
      • http://www.ozline.com/electraguide/thesis.html
    • Action Statement
      • http://www.powayusd.com/projects/ewe2/thesis.htm
    Online Thesis Builders
  • 61. Thesis builder
  • 62. Thesis builder electra
  • 63. Polls
    • Center for New Media
    • http://chnm.gmu.edu/tools/polls/
  • 64. Citations
    • FREE
      • Knight Cite
        • http://www.calvin.edu/library/knightcite/
      • Oregon OSLIS Citation Maker
        • http://www.oslis.k12.or.us/secondary/index.php?page=citeSources
      • Citation Machine (Warlick)
        • http://citationmachine.net/
      • Noodlebib Express
        • http://www.noodletools.com
    • SUBSCRIPTION
      • Noodlebib
        • http://www.noodletools.com
  • 65. Noodlebib express
  • 66. Graphic Organizers
    • Inspiration Software
    • New Webspiration
    • http://www.mywebspiration.com/
    • Microsoft Office
    • ReadWriteThink
      • http://interactives.mped.org/view_interactive.aspx?id=127&title=
  • 67. Essay Map http://www.readwritethink.org/materials/essaymap/
  • 68.
    • Notetaker http://interactives.mped.org/view_interactive.aspx?id=722&title=
    • NoteStar
    • http://notestar.4teachers.org/
    Online Notes
  • 69. Online notetaking
    • The Awesome Highlighter
      • http://www.awesomehighlighter.com
  • 70. Timeline Generators
    • http://www.teach-nology.com/web_tools/materials/bigtimeline/
    • http://www.readwritethink.org/materials/timeline/
  • 71. Readability
    • Readability.info
    • http://readability.info
    • Lexiles.com
    • http://lexiles.com
    • Check readability in MS word
    • Reading non-fiction
    • Web page reading
  • 72. Chart of CBAS
    • http://wlma.org/storage/traincbas/cbas-list.html
    • Training for Washington State Library grant has many more resources and ideas
    • http://wlma.org/storage/traincbas/links.html
  • 73. Sharing resources
    • Tagging- delicious.com
    • http://delicious.com/mzinfo/
      • Better annotations and organization
    • http://ewumeyer/cbas/
      • What I am finding, needs organization
      • http://delicious.com/shana.brown Tribal sites and resources
      • Can be shared
  • 74. End Nadean Meyer and WLMA task force [email_address] Thank You!
  • 75. First Amendment
  • 76. First Amendment Sources to create a Library introduction to CBA teaching Based on First Amendment and Student’s Right to Read
  • 77. First Amendment
    • Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
  • 78. Interactive Constitution http://72.32.50.200/constitution/index_no_flash.php
  • 79. Supreme Court http://www.oyez.org/
  • 80. Freedom to Read
    • Resources from libraries
    • Banned Books Week every late September (near Constitution Day)
    • Access Northwest- study of Banned Books in Washington State
  • 81. First Amendment Study http://firstamendmentfuture.org/
  • 82. Teachfirstamendment.org Quiz in bottom right corner of home page
  • 83. Kidspeakonline.org Online quiz IQ with answer hints
  • 84. Media Lesson- Debbie Abilock http://noodletools.com/debbie/projects/firstam/libfree.html
  • 85. J-ideas http://www.jideas.org/
  • 86. National Coalition against Censorship http://www.ncac.org/education/schools/
  • 87. Illinois First Amendment Center http://www.illinoisfirstamendmentcenter.com/ Free materials
  • 88. More resources
    • Access NW Banned Books
    • http://www.wsu.edu/~accessnw/resources/banned02-04.htm
    • Random House Teachers Toolkit
    • http://www.randomhouse.com/highschool/rhi
    • Banned Books online list- Historical
    • http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/banned-books.html
    • Notable 1 st Amendment Court Cases
    • http://www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/oif/firstamendment/courtcases/courtcases.cfm
    • Banned Books Week
    • http://bannedbooksweek.org/support.html
  • 89. Still to do to make pathfinder
    • Check the rubric
    • Check my understanding
    • Key words and vocabulary in context
    • Concepts- learning activities
    • Thoughtful critical questions
    • Enough resources of different reading levels
    • Engaging activities
    • Search for the gaps
    • Time to reflect