6/5/12	  Connec&ng	  Social	  Studies	  to	  the	  Common	  Core	                                          Key Advances of...
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6/5/12	                                    Brainstorm	                                                         “Literacy i...
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Michelle Herczog Asia Society Longview Webinar

  1. 1. 6/5/12  Connec&ng  Social  Studies  to  the  Common  Core   Key Advances of the Common Core StateState  Standards  for  English  Language  Arts   Standards for English Language Arts Reading   Literature and information texts Preparing Students for College, Career,   Text complexity and CITIZENSHIP: Aligning Civic Education to the Writing Common Core State Standards   Emphasis on argument and informative/explanatory writing   Writing about sourcesMichelle  M.  Herczog,  Ed.D.   Speaking and ListeningConsultant  III,  History-­‐Social  Science     Inclusion of formal and informal talkand  English  Language  Arts  Division  of  Curriculum  and  InstrucConal  Services  Herczog_Michelle@lacoe.edu   Language   Stress on general academic and domain-specific vocabulary commoncore.lacoe.edu  Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies 6-12o  Key Ideas and Detailso  Craft and Structureo  Integration of Knowledge and Ideaso  Range of Reading and Level of Text ComplexityReading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects 6-12o  Key Ideas and Detailso  Craft and Structureo  Integration of Knowledge and Ideaso  Range of Reading and Level of Text ComplexityWriting Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects 6-12 ◦  Text Types and Purposes ◦  Production and Distribution of Writing ◦  Research to Build and Present Knowledge ◦  Range of Writing www.lacoe.edu/historysocialscience http://commoncore.lacoe.edu Grades K-2 Building a Foundatio Language n for Civic Reading Literacy Grades 9-12 Civil Liberties Civic Grades 3-5 and the Common Action Our Good in a Constitutional for American Democracy Democracy Today Speaking and Grades 6-8 Writing Listening The Historic Road to Civic Literacy 1  
  2. 2. 6/5/12  Reading Standards for Literature, Grades 3-5 Reading Standards for Literature, Grades 3-5Our American Democracy: Grades 3-5 OUR AMERICAN DEMOCRACY Yertle the Turtle By Dr. Seuss Reading Standards for Reading Standards for Literature, Grades 3-5 Literature, Grades 3-5 OUR AMERICAN OUR AMERICAN DEMOCRACY DEMOCRACY Reading Standards for Literature, Grades Reading Standards for 3-5 Informational Text KEY IDEAS AND DETAILS KEY IDEAS AND DETAILS CRAFT AND STRUCTURE INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE AND IDEAS CRAFT AND STRUCTURE INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE AND IDEAS 2  
  3. 3. 6/5/12   Speaking and Writing Listening Research to Build and Present Knowledge Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas Reading Standards for Informational Code of Hammurabi Text Grades 6-8 THE RISE OF DEMOCRATIC IDEALS Magna Carta The Qur’an Twelve Tables of Roman LawReading Standards for Informational Text, Grades 9-12 Connections from the Past– CIVIL LIBERTIES IN THE 20TH CENTURY REDEFINED CIVIC ACTION TODAY! 3  
  4. 4. 6/5/12   Brainstorm   “Literacy is the key word here, because the teaching of history should have reading   How  does  social  studies  prepare  students  for  college,   and writing at its core… This means career  and  ci&zenship  in  the  21st  century?   teaching students to be informed readers, writers, and thinkers about the past as well   How  does  social  studies  promote  LITERACY?   as the present—a goal all parties should   How  does  literacy  promote  SOCIAL  STUDIES?   be able to embrace. Our democracy’s vitality depends on it.” - Sam Wineburg   What  instruc&onal  prac&ces  are  you  currently  using   NOW  to  promote  reading  of  informa&onal  text,  wri&ng,   speaking/listening,  and  language?     What  can  YOU  do,  star&ng  today  to  become  more   “Reading proficiency isn’t inten&onal  about  increasing  the  rigor  of  literacy   in and of itself the magic key to instruc&on  to  prepare  students  for  college,  career  and   competence. It’s what reading enables ci&zenship?   us to learn and to do that is critical…” -E. D. Hirsch, Jr.“Democracy cannotsucceed unless those whoexpress their choice areprepared to choose wisely.The real safeguard ofdemocracy, therefore, iseducation.” - Eleanor Roosevelt 4  

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