Common Core in the SS Classroom 4-5

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Common Core in the SS Classroom 4-5

  1. 1. Social Studies and the Common Core quality instruction in the 21st century Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org ESSDACK
  2. 2. Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org socialstudiescentral.com historytech.wordpress.com
  3. 3. state standards resources questions examples
  4. 4. Social Studies Central www.socialstudiescentral.com Get the PDF!
  5. 5. the standards are different! 7
  6. 6. find a buddy! 8
  7. 7. what do you see?
  8. 8. how are they different? how are they the same?
  9. 9. which of these images depict actual events?
  10. 10. which of these images depict actual events? how do you know?
  11. 11. In those days, they had rabbit drives. The rabbits got so thick, yeah, we had rabbit drives . . . somebody organized it and we made a big circle, then we’d close in on ‘em, had a big pen out in the middle and boy, the jack rabbits, they squealed. One time, just south of the river, we had a drive. We circled clear around about four miles; we walked about two miles. And never let ‘em go by and drove ‘em into that pen, and people got in there with clubs, and clubbed ‘em to death. And then they got some money out of the rabbits. They had to do something with the rabbits eating the crops, they’d just eat it down to nothin’. There were so many . . . And it helped out. Elmer Wetzel Born September 1908 Ford County, Kansas
  12. 12. does how we live change depending on when and where we live?
  13. 13. “prepare students to be informed, thoughtful, engaged citizens” state standards
  14. 14. balance of process and content
  15. 15. Choices have consequences Individuals have rights and responsibilities Societies are shaped by beliefs, ideas, and diversity Societies experience continuity and change over time Relationships between people, place, ideas, and environments are dynamic
  16. 16. Choices have consequences Individuals have rights and responsibilities Societies are shaped by beliefs, ideas, and diversity Societies experience continuity and change over time Relationships between people, place, ideas, and environments are dynamic history history geography civics economics
  17. 17. Choices have consequences Individuals have rights and responsibilities Societies are shaped by beliefs, ideas, and diversity Societies experience continuity and change over time Relationships between people, place, ideas, and environments are dynamic suggested grade level content
  18. 18. Choices have consequences Individuals have rights and responsibilities Societies are shaped by beliefs, ideas, and diversity Societies experience continuity and change over time Relationships between people, place, ideas, and environments are dynamic no 5th grade state assessment
  19. 19. recognize and evaluate analyze context and draw conclusions investigate and connect construct/create and justify/ defend
  20. 20. recognize and evaluate analyze context and draw conclusions investigate and connect construct/create and justify/ defend suggested skills by grade level
  21. 21. so what does this sort of historical teaching & learning look like?
  22. 22. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  23. 23. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  24. 24. “What really happened in Boston on March 5, 1770?”
  25. 25. Three stage media analysis Boston Massacre
  26. 26. can use paper & pencil or Paper by 53
  27. 27. a magic wand or window frame also works
  28. 28. which of these images is most historically accurate?
  29. 29. what do we really know about these images?
  30. 30. text, context, subtext
  31. 31. sourcing think about the circumstances of the document’s creation
  32. 32. SOAP S - speaker? O - occasion? A - audience? P - purpose of the document?
  33. 33. context locate a document in time / place & understand how those factors shaped its content
  34. 34. subtext identify what’s been left out or what’s missing
  35. 35. Discrepant Event Inquiry Riddle / problem / question Yes or no questions only Timed
  36. 36. We never would have found this person if the person hadn’t been so hard to find.
  37. 37. At a young age, Laura Ingalls moved with her family to South Dakota where they decided to start a farm. Very few large trees grew in South Dakota. The Ingalls did not have enough money to buy lumber for their house. But they needed shelter from the below zero degree winter. Their new house was built in two weeks and kept them warm in winter / cool in summer. They lived in their new house for many years.
  38. 38. when? where? what?
  39. 39. When? Where? What?
  40. 40. When? Where? What?
  41. 41. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  42. 42. www.newseum.org/ todaysfrontpages
  43. 43. nps.gov/webrangers
  44. 44. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  45. 45. Indian poker
  46. 46. Literacy activities word sorts summarizing pyramid book bits quick draw for points
  47. 47. socialstudies.org/notable Notable Tradebooks great books
  48. 48. kshs.org Read Kansas! great lessons
  49. 49. thinkfinity.org teaching resources ThinkFinity
  50. 50. readability.com clean web pages Readability
  51. 51. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  52. 52. story timeline Jeannie Baker Window
  53. 53. May B Caroline Starr Rose
  54. 54. Google Earth
  55. 55. googlelittrips.org
  56. 56. what are you zinking about? padlet.com/wall/ socialstudies45
  57. 57. have more questions? contact: Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org socialstudiescentral.com historytech.wordpress.com
  58. 58. tip of the week tinyurl.com/ssctip
  59. 59. Social Studies Central www.socialstudiescentral.com
  60. 60. Library of Congress loc.gov/teachers primary sources
  61. 61. archives.gov/education National Archives primary sources
  62. 62. socialstudies.org/notable Notable Tradebooks great books
  63. 63. kshs.org Read Kansas! great lessons
  64. 64. plimouth.org
  65. 65. nps.gov/webrangers
  66. 66. docsteach.org primary sources DocsTeach
  67. 67. beyondthebubble.stanford.edu 21st century assessment Beyond the Bubble
  68. 68. sheg.stanford.edu 21st century curriculum Stanford History Ed Group

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