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The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
The Social Studies Classroom and the C4 Framework (Grades K-5)
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  • 1. Social Studies and the Common Core quality instruction in the 21st century Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org ESSDACK
  • 2. literacy stuff state standards resources questions examples
  • 3. “The brain developed to solve problems relating to surviving in an unstable, outdoor environment and to do so in near constant motion.” ! John Medina
 Brain Rules
  • 4. can I eat it?
  • 5. can it eat me?
  • 6. can I have sex with it?
  • 7. what then . . . is our job?
  • 8. convince an eight year old that doing social studies is essential for her survival
  • 9. what does that look like?
  • 10. find a buddy
  • 11. what do you see?
  • 12. how are they different? how are they the same?
  • 13. My name is Walking-Dog. I lived a long time ago. I am an Osage boy. The sun is coming up. I am getting ready for a busy day. Today my brothers and I will help our father. We will go hunting near our home. We hunt for deer and rabbits. We will eat some sweet, wild berries when we hunt. My sisters will help our mother. She is cooking buffalo meat and 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 grandfather tells us stories. He tells us about our history. I like to hear my grandfather tell stories. I learn many things from my grandfather. The sun has gone down. It is dark in our lodge. It is time to go to sleep. Tomorrow will be another busy day.
  • 14. My name is Sarah. I lived a long time ago. I am a pioneer girl. The sun is coming up. I am getting ready for a busy day. Today my sisters and brothers and I will go to school. I help my mother make a lunch for me to take to school. I will take a piece of fried chicken for lunch. I will take an apple, too. My brothers help our father. They milk the cows. My sisters and I feed the chickens. We walk a mile to go to school. Our teacher helps us to read. We learn many things from our teacher at school. At the end of the day we walk home again. After dinner Papa reads the Bible to us. I learn many things when Papa reads to us. The sun has gone down. It is dark in our cabin. It is time to go to sleep. Tomorrow will be another busy day.
  • 15. How is your day the same and different as Walking Dog and Sarah?
  • 16. Common Core “the cogent reasoning and use of evidence essential to responsible citizenship in a democratic republic.”
  • 17. the state standards are
 different! !21
  • 18. “Social Studies content is the vehicle for demonstrating mastery, not the destination.”
  • 19. - The C4 FRAMEWORK - COLLECT COLLABORATE CREATE COMMUNICATE Find even more C4 information, resources, and useful goodies at www.ceefour.com
  • 20. collect communicate collaborate create
  • 21. three stage media analysis data information knowledge
  • 22. what do you see?
  • 23. how are they different? how are they the same?
  • 24. which of these images depicts actual events? ! how do you know?
  • 25. kahoot.it PIN #
  • 26. 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
  • 27. what questions do you have? write them on post-it notes
  • 28. sort them by “googleable” and “un-googleable” answer the “googleable”
  • 29. use the “un-googleable” to align to standards and benchmarks
  • 30. does how we live change depending on when and where we live?
  • 31. Questions start with words like:
 Who? What? Where? When? Why? How?
  • 32. What is happening in this photograph? How many people are in the photograph? Where is Dwight?
  • 33. What is happening in this photograph? How many people are in the photograph? Where is Dwight?
  • 34. kshs.org Read Kansas! great lessons
  • 35. how can we model document analysis?
  • 36. text, context, subtext sourcing
 contextualize read between the lines
  • 37. primary sources analysis worksheets
  • 38. The First Thanksgiving 1621. Painted in 1932 by J. L. G. Ferris
  • 39. “The painting The First Thanksgiving 1621 is a useful resource for historians who wish to understand the relationship between the Wampanoag Indians and the Pilgrim settlers in 1621.” ! Do you agree or disagree? Briefly support your answer.
  • 40. SOAP S - speaker or
 subject O - occasion? A - audience? P - purpose of the 
 document?
  • 41. How did Thanksgiving start? Why is it always in November?
  • 42. socialstudies.org/ resources/ notable
  • 43. what are words / phrases that describe what is happening? what words / phrases might the girl be thinking? what do you think the story is about?
  • 44. ?
  • 45. write captions for the cover and each page use primary / secondary sources to annotate pages what might happen next? why?
  • 46. PEAS Caroline Starr Rose 
 May B
  • 47. Caroline Starr Rose 
 May B PERSIA
  • 48. Literacy activities history frame word sorts quick draw book bits summarizing pyramid
  • 49. collect communicate collaborate create
  • 50. story timeline Jeannie Baker
 Window
  • 51. reading a photograph ! family 
 animals
  • 52. what is present and what is past? 
 can we learn about the past
 from photographs?
  • 53. I see a _______, _______, and _______.
  • 54. padlet.com/wall/writeacaption Padlet
  • 55. do we have family animals?
  • 56. did people in the past live the same way we do?
  • 57. Discrepant Event Inquiry Riddle / problem / question Yes or no questions only Timed
  • 58. We never would have found this person if the person hadn’t been so hard to find.
  • 59. 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.
  • 60. when? where? what?
  • 61. When? Where? What?
  • 62. thinkfinity.org teaching resources ThinkFinity
  • 63. collect communicate collaborate create
  • 64. a connection between then & now would be . . . make a prediction
  • 65. write lines of dialogue
  • 66. iPhone from the past
  • 67. tourbuilder.withgoogle.com Google Earth tours
  • 68. readwritethink.org ReadWriteThink
  • 69. collect communicate collaborate create
  • 70. Blindman’s bluff poker
  • 71. nps.gov/webrangers
  • 72. Nina Rabbit
  • 73. Nina Rabbit has grandmother long hair dark skin tells stories no family big ears furry white same town live near beach know same people love dark skin friendly
  • 74. beach Nina’s house house next to Nina’s town square town street
  • 75. Fence Sitter US government treatment of Native Americans during the 1800s was good for the country ! Becoming a patriot in 1776 was the smart thing to do ! Recess rules are a good idea
  • 76. what are you zinking about?
  • 77. essdk.me/ZUo
  • 78. have more questions? Glenn Wiebe
 glennw@essdack.org
 glennwiebe.org
 socialstudiescentral.com
 
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