Common Core in the Social Studies Classroom K-5

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Common Core in the Social Studies Classroom K-5

  1. 1. Social Studies and the qualityCommon Core instruction in the 21st century Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org ESSDACK
  2. 2. my examples common c orestate standards resources questions
  3. 3. what do you see?
  4. 4. how are they different? how are they the same?
  5. 5. My name is Walking-Dog. I lived a long time ago. I am anOsage boy. The sun is coming up. I am getting ready for abusy day. Today my brothers and I will help our father. Wewill go hunting near our home. We hunt for deer andrabbits. We will eat some sweet, wild berries when we hunt.My sisters will help our mother. She is cooking buffalo meatand wild potatoes in a stew. It will cook all day long.When we come home from hunting, we eat the buffalo stew.Then we will sit around the fire and talk. My grandfathertells us stories. He tells us about our history. I like to hearmy grandfather tell stories. I learn many things from mygrandfather.The sun has gone down. It is dark in our lodge. It is time togo to sleep. Tomorrow will be another busy day.
  6. 6. My name is Sarah. I lived a long time ago. I am a pioneergirl. The sun is coming up. I am getting ready for a busyday. Today my sisters and brothers and I will go to school.I help my mother make a lunch for me to take to school. Iwill take a piece of fried chicken for lunch. I will take anapple, too. My brothers help our father. They milk thecows. My sisters and I feed the chickens.We walk a mile to go to school. Our teacher helps us toread. We learn many things from our teacher at school. Atthe end of the day we walk home again. After dinnerPapa reads the Bible to us. I learn many things when Papareads to us.The sun has gone down. It is dark in our cabin. It is time togo to sleep. Tomorrow will be another busy day.
  7. 7. How is your day the same and different as Walking Dog and Sarah?
  8. 8. Do how kids live change depending on when and where they live?
  9. 9. 50th3rd
  10. 10. What does an “ineffective teacher” look like?
  11. 11. 96thHighly Effective Teacher
  12. 12. What does an “effective teacher” look like?
  13. 13. Mehta / Foorman 2005 “Students who spent a year in classrooms taught by teachers who use research-based strategies are more likely to out- perform those students who did not.”
  14. 14. Common Core “the cogent reasoning and use of evidence essential to responsible citizenship in a democratic republic.”
  15. 15. “Trickle or Tsunami?:Getting Involved with the Common Core read, partner & Standards” review what you know
  16. 16. revisedstate standards focus on process, not content
  17. 17. so what does this sort ofhistorical teaching &learning look like?
  18. 18. examine source information evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives apply evidence to support claims analyze primary sourcesunderstand historical context
  19. 19. examine source information evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives apply evidence to support claims analyze primary sourcesunderstand historical context
  20. 20. “What really happened in Boston on March 5, 1770?”
  21. 21. Three stagemedia analysis Boston Massacre
  22. 22. Three stagemedia analysis family animals
  23. 23. a magic wand or windowframe also works
  24. 24. Write a caption
  25. 25. examine source information evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives apply evidence to support claims analyze primary sourcesunderstand historical context
  26. 26. what do we reallyknow about these images?
  27. 27. text, context, subtext
  28. 28. sourcing think about the circumstances of the document’s creation
  29. 29. document analysisworksheet
  30. 30. S = What kind of source is this? Picture, political cartoon, newspaper article, letter, etc O = What’s the occasion?SOAP What is happening in the primary source? A = Who is the audience? Who do you think was intended to see this, if anyone? P = What is the purpose of the document? What was the creator’s purpose in making this primary source? Why was it created?
  31. 31. contextualize locate a document in time / place & understand how those factors shaped its content
  32. 32. read thesilences identify what’s been left out or what’s missing
  33. 33. Slavery quotes
  34. 34. Slavery quotesNo googling!Yet.
  35. 35. Discrepant Event InquiryRiddle / problem / questionYes or no questions onlyTimed
  36. 36. We never would have found this person if the person hadn’t been so hard to find.
  37. 37. In 1837, a boy named John and his six brothers and sisters lived on a farm in a beautiful, wooded area in Tennessee. His family planted corn & raised animals for food and milk. His father was a lawmaker and his mother taught English in a local school. They were happy & prosperous.
  38. 38. In 1839, the family moved to a dry, treeless, flat prairie where it was difficult to raise enough food to survive. Three of John’s siblings died. Unable to make a living farming, his father went back to being a legislator and his mother wrote for a newspaper. They missed their home in the mountains.
  39. 39. when? where? what?
  40. 40. When? Where? What?
  41. 41. When? Where? What?
  42. 42. othe r goodies?
  43. 43. primary sources Library of Congress loc.gov/teachers
  44. 44. primary sources National Archives archives.gov/education
  45. 45. great books Notable Tradebooks socialstudies.org/notable
  46. 46. great lessons Read Kansas! kshs.org
  47. 47. plimouth.org
  48. 48. nps.gov/webrangers
  49. 49. teaching resources ThinkFinity thinkfinity.org
  50. 50. primary sources DocsTeach docsteach.org
  51. 51. clean web pages Readability readability.com
  52. 52. 21st century assessment Beyond the Bubble beyondthebubble.stanford.edu
  53. 53. 21st century curriculumStanford History Ed Group sheg.stanford.edu
  54. 54. examine source information evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives apply evidence to support claims analyze primary sourcesunderstand historical context
  55. 55. historical artifacts who’s right?
  56. 56. who started theRevolutionary War? how do you know?
  57. 57. examine source information evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives apply evidence to support claims analyze primary sourcesunderstand historical context
  58. 58. questions start with words like:
  59. 59. questions start with words like:Who? What?Where? When?Why? How?
  60. 60. What is happening in this photograph?How many people are in the photograph? Where is Dwight?
  61. 61. What is happening in this photograph?How many people are in the photograph? Where is Dwight?
  62. 62. Student uses the illustrations anddetails in a text to describe its keyideas Student writes informative / explanatory texts in which they name a topic & supply some facts about the topic Student demonstrates command of the conventions of standard English
  63. 63. Literacy activities word sorts summarizing pyramid history frame
  64. 64. Literacy activities quick draw for points book bits
  65. 65. examine source information read multiple accounts & perspectives use evidence to support claims analyze primary sourcesunderstand historical context
  66. 66. story timeline Jeannie Baker Window
  67. 67. family timeline add point of view
  68. 68. community timeline Read Kansas. I Live in Kansas!
  69. 69. The Cats in Krasinski SquareKaren Hesse
  70. 70. May BCaroline Starr Rose
  71. 71. Toni Morrison Remember:The Journey to School Integration I Am Poem
  72. 72. geography & maps Google Earth migration patterns
  73. 73. what are you zinking about?
  74. 74. Social Studies Central www.socialstudiescentral.com
  75. 75. have more questions? contact: Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org socialstudiescentral.com historytech.wordpress.com View presentations at: slideshare.net/glennw98

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