Common Core in the Social Studies Classroom 6-12

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Common Core in the Social Studies Classroom 6-12

  1. 1. Social Studies and the Common Core quality instruction in the 21st century Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org ESSDACK
  2. 2. common core state standards resources questions my examples
  3. 3. why the difference?
  4. 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. 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. 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. 7. What is the difference between inhuman and inhumane?
  8. 8. Does the definition change depending on time and place?
  9. 9. 50th 3rd
  10. 10. What does an “ineffective teacher” look like?
  11. 11. 96th Highly Effective Teacher
  12. 12. What does an “effective teacher” look like?
  13. 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. 14. the basics
  15. 15. Common Core “the cogent reasoning and use of evidence essential to responsible citizenship in a democratic republic.”
  16. 16. the details
  17. 17. Social Studies Central www.socialstudiescentral.com
  18. 18. “Trickle or Tsunami?: Getting Involved with the Common Core Standards” read, partner & review what you know
  19. 19. balance of process and content revised state standards
  20. 20. so what does this sort of historical teaching & learning look like?
  21. 21. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives analyze primary sources
  22. 22. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context analyze primary sources evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  23. 23. “What really happened in Boston on March 5, 1770?”
  24. 24. academic discomfort
  25. 25. how can we model document analysis?
  26. 26. text, context, subtext
  27. 27. sourcing think about the circumstances of the document’s creation
  28. 28. NARA document analysis worksheet
  29. 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. 30. contextualize locate a document in time / place & understand how those factors shaped its content
  31. 31. read the silences identify what’s been left out or what’s missing
  32. 32. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context analyze primary sources evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  33. 33. Slavery quotes
  34. 34. Slavery quotes No googling! Yet.
  35. 35. handy tools
  36. 36. readability.com clean web pages Readability
  37. 37. bibme.org online bibliography BibMe
  38. 38. handy sites
  39. 39. sheg.stanford.edu 21st century curriculum Stanford History Ed Group
  40. 40. beyondthebubble.stanford.edu 21st century assessment Beyond the Bubble
  41. 41. thinkfinity.org teaching resources ThinkFinity
  42. 42. smithsonianeducation.org Smithsonian teaching resources
  43. 43. teachinghistory.org professional growth National History Education Clearinghouse
  44. 44. Library of Congress loc.gov/teachers primary sources
  45. 45. archives.gov/education National Archives primary sources
  46. 46. web.wm.edu/hsi/ H.S.I. problem solving
  47. 47. historicalthinkingmatters.org problem solving Historical Thinking
  48. 48. besthistorysites.net Best of History world history (and more)
  49. 49. socialstudies.org/notable Notable Tradebooks great books
  50. 50. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context analyze primary sources evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  51. 51. what do they have in common?
  52. 52. Discrepant Event Inquiry Riddle / problem / question Yes or no questions only Timed
  53. 53. We never would have found this person if the person hadn’t been so hard to find.
  54. 54. when? where? what?
  55. 55. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives analyze primary sources
  56. 56. what really happened here? how do you know?
  57. 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. 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. 59. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context analyze primary sources evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  60. 60. Pie Chart activity causes of the Civil War?
  61. 61. Pie Chart activity causes of the Civil War? slavery, economics, states rights
  62. 62. Pie Chart activity causes of World War One?
  63. 63. Pie Chart activity causes of World War One? imperialism, nationalism, alliance system
  64. 64. Literacy activities history frame word sorts list / group / label
  65. 65. examine source information use evidence to support claims understand historical context read multiple accounts & perspectives analyze primary sources
  66. 66. story timeline Jeannie Baker Window
  67. 67. docsteach.org primary sources DocsTeach
  68. 68. Caroline Starr Rose May B
  69. 69. geography & maps google earth
  70. 70. what are you zinking about?
  71. 71. http://essdk.me/Zox
  72. 72. Social Studies Central www.socialstudiescentral.com
  73. 73. have more questions? contact: Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org socialstudiescentral.com historytech.wordpress.com View presentations at: slideshare.net/glennw98

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