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  • Effective Strategies for Small Group Instruction in Social Studies
    Berkeley County School District
  • Planning for Instruction
    Essential Elements for Teaching Social Studies
    Resources and Strategies
    http://bgaskins.pbworks.com/
  • Copied from http://www.flickr.com/photos/stuckincustoms/4443168109/sizes/m/in/photostream/
    "All learning pivots on who we think we are, and who we see ourselves as capable of becoming." Frank Smith
  • The Learner
  • Picture copied from http://www.geography.org.uk/image/page/steelfig2.jpg
  • Carol Ann Tomlinson, Ed. D.
  • Copied from Dean Shareskis: http://www.flickr.com/photos/shareski/2942564830/sizes/m/in/photostream/
  • The Challenge of Teaching Social
    Studies in the K-5 Classroom
  • How will you assess the learning?
    What is the essential learning?
    • Know
    • Understand
    • Do
    What will the instruction design look like?
  • Reflective Activity #1
    Using the support document, discuss with your partner or group about
    the possible ways of differentiating instruction to meet the needs of the
    diversity of learner in the classroom. How will you plan for student learning plans, multiple
    intelligences, learner’s modality, and student’s cultural and life experience influence
    your instructional planning? What other things need to be considered
    in planning instruction? How will you plan for assessment?
  • Three Key Elements of an Effective Social Studies Instruction
  • Books as Hooks to Online Primary Sources
    Check out more books about Lincoln!
    Book
    Hook
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Books as Hooks to Online Primary Sources
    You’ll find many more Civil War books?
    Book
    Hook
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Books as Hooks to Online Primary Sources
    Students can read the book and locate “evidence” that supports the story.
    Book
    Hook
    Winnick, Karen. Mr. Lincoln’s Whiskers. Honesdale, PA: Boyds Mills Press, 1996.
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Books as Hooks to Online Primary Sources
    Book
    Hook
    Book
    Hook
    Teaching Strategy: Compare books written on the same topic.
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Historical Thinking
  • Library of Congress Teacher Page for Social Studies TEKS
    Activity: Connecting With Primary Sources
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Library of Congress Teacher Page for Social Studies TEKS
    Activity: Connecting With Primary Sources
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Library of Congress Teacher Page for Social Studies TEKS
    Activity: Connecting With Primary Sources
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Library of Congress Teacher Page for Social Studies TEKS
    Activity: Connecting With Primary Sources
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Library of Congress Teacher Page for Social Studies TEKS
    Activity: Connecting With Primary Sources
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Library of Congress Teacher Page for Social Studies TEKS
    Activity: Connecting With Primary Sources
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Library of Congress Teacher Page for Social Studies TEKS
    Activity: Connecting With Primary Sources
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Library of Congress Teacher Page for Social Studies TEKS
    Activity: Connecting With Primary Sources
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Library of Congress Teacher Page for Social Studies TEKS
    Activity: Connecting With Primary Sources
    Do you see a connecting theme?
    PD Builder: Connecting With Primary Sources
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Library of Congress Teacher Page for Social Studies TEKS
    Activity: Connecting With Primary Sources
    What does this group of documents have in common?
    PD Builder: Connecting With Primary Sources
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Books as Hooks to Online Primary Sources
    Traveling on the ship…
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Books as Hooks to Online Primary Sources
    First view of the Statue of Liberty…
    Teaching Strategy: Use an image as a story starter or a prompt for writing dialogue.
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Books as Hooks to Online Primary Sources
    Arrival at Ellis Island…
    Education Outreach
    www.loc.gov/teachers/
  • Engage Learners
    • Relate to learning
    • Encourage research and inquiry
    • Must connect the literacy element
    • Make learning real
  • Reflective Activity #2
    Building upon your previous discussion, discuss how historical thinking, historical literature, and student engagement will influence learning strategies in your classroom.
  • Resources
    http://bgaskins.pbworks.com/FrontPage
    Cicero
    Library of Congress
    TeachingHistory.Org
    District Portal
  • Copied from http://www.flickr.com/photos/stuckincustoms/4443168109/sizes/m/in/photostream/
    "All learning pivots on who we think we are, and who we see ourselves as capable of becoming." Frank Smith
  • For more information, contact Bill Gaskins.
    gaskinsb@berkeley.k12.sc.us