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  • 1. Social Studies and the Common Core quality instruction in the 21st century Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org ESSDACK
  • 2. common core state standards resources questions my examples
  • 3. why the difference?
  • 4. In a few seconds, we had ceased to be men. Had the situation not been so tragic, we might have laughed. We looked pretty strange! Meir Katz, a colossus, wore a child’s pants, and Stern, a skinny little fellow, was floundering in a huge jacket. We immediately started to switch.
  • 5. I glanced over at my father. How different he looked! His eyes were veiled. I wanted to tell him something, but I didn’t know what.
  • 6. The night had passed completely. The morning star shone in the sky. I too had become a different person. The student of Talmud, the child I was, had been consumed by the flames. All that was left was a shape that resembled me. My soul had been invaded – and devoured – by a black flame.
  • 7. What is the difference between inhuman and inhumane?
  • 8. Does the definition change depending on time and place?
  • 9. 50th 3rd
  • 10. What does an “ineffective teacher” look like?
  • 11. 96th Highly Effective Teacher
  • 12. What does an “effective teacher” look like?
  • 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. the basics
  • 15. Common Core “the cogent reasoning and use of evidence essential to responsible citizenship in a democratic republic.”
  • 16. the details
  • 17. Social Studies Central www.socialstudiescentral.com
  • 18. “Trickle or Tsunami?: Getting Involved with the Common Core Standards” read, partner & review what you know
  • 19. balance of process and content revised state standards
  • 20. so what does this sort of historical teaching & learning look like?
  • 21. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives analyze primary sources
  • 22. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context analyze primary sources evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  • 23. “What really happened in Boston on March 5, 1770?”
  • 24. academic discomfort
  • 25. how can we model document analysis?
  • 26. text, context, subtext
  • 27. sourcing think about the circumstances of the document’s creation
  • 28. NARA document analysis worksheet
  • 29. SOAP S = Who is the speaker? Author or creator of document? O = What’s the occasion? 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?
  • 30. contextualize locate a document in time / place & understand how those factors shaped its content
  • 31. read the silences identify what’s been left out or what’s missing
  • 32. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context analyze primary sources evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  • 33. Slavery quotes
  • 34. Slavery quotes No googling! Yet.
  • 35. handy tools
  • 36. readability.com clean web pages Readability
  • 37. bibme.org online bibliography BibMe
  • 38. handy sites
  • 39. sheg.stanford.edu 21st century curriculum Stanford History Ed Group
  • 40. beyondthebubble.stanford.edu 21st century assessment Beyond the Bubble
  • 41. thinkfinity.org teaching resources ThinkFinity
  • 42. smithsonianeducation.org Smithsonian teaching resources
  • 43. teachinghistory.org professional growth National History Education Clearinghouse
  • 44. Library of Congress loc.gov/teachers primary sources
  • 45. archives.gov/education National Archives primary sources
  • 46. web.wm.edu/hsi/ H.S.I. problem solving
  • 47. historicalthinkingmatters.org problem solving Historical Thinking
  • 48. besthistorysites.net Best of History world history (and more)
  • 49. socialstudies.org/notable Notable Tradebooks great books
  • 50. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context analyze primary sources evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  • 51. what do they have in common?
  • 52. Discrepant Event Inquiry Riddle / problem / question Yes or no questions only Timed
  • 53. We never would have found this person if the person hadn’t been so hard to find.
  • 54. when? where? what?
  • 55. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives analyze primary sources
  • 56. what really happened here? how do you know?
  • 57. Battle of the Little Bighorn National Monument Custer’s Last Stand National Battlefield Sioux Victory National Memorial Greasy Grass National Battlefield Custer’s Battlefield National Monument what should we name it?
  • 58. Brown, Dee. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West Connell, Evan S. Son of the Morning Star: Custer and the Little Bighorn
  • 59. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context analyze primary sources evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  • 60. Pie Chart activity causes of the Civil War?
  • 61. Pie Chart activity causes of the Civil War? slavery, economics, states rights
  • 62. Pie Chart activity causes of World War One?
  • 63. Pie Chart activity causes of World War One? imperialism, nationalism, alliance system
  • 64. Literacy activities history frame word sorts list / group / label
  • 65. examine source information use evidence to support claims understand historical context read multiple accounts & perspectives analyze primary sources
  • 66. story timeline Jeannie Baker Window
  • 67. docsteach.org primary sources DocsTeach
  • 68. Caroline Starr Rose May B
  • 69. geography & maps google earth
  • 70. what are you zinking about?
  • 71. http://essdk.me/Zox
  • 72. Social Studies Central www.socialstudiescentral.com
  • 73. have more questions? contact: Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org socialstudiescentral.com historytech.wordpress.com View presentations at: slideshare.net/glennw98