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6 edition of Social Studies for Elementary School Classrooms found in the catalog.

Social Studies for Elementary School Classrooms

Preparing Children to be Global Citizens (3rd Edition)

by Peter Martorella

  • 348 Want to read
  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Prentice Hall .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Study and teaching (Elementary,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Social Science,
  • International education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Classroom Planning,
  • Education,
  • Study and teaching (Elementary),
  • Social sciences,
  • Elementary,
  • Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / Science & Technology,
  • United States,
  • Activity programs,
  • Education, Elementary

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages437
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9288776M
    ISBN 10013093738X
    ISBN 109780130937384
    OCLC/WorldCa46359408

    Common Threads: Teaching Immigration in Elementary Classrooms. Robin Haskell McBee, Kristine Bone, Gail Mossop, and Carrie Owens America is not like a blanketóone piece of unbroken cloth, the same color, the same texture, the same size. America is more like a quiltómany pieces, many colors, many sizes, all woven together by a common thread. A practical resource including 50 strategies for enhancing social studies teaching for elementary and middle school pre-service and practicing teachers alike. This popular book of 50 strategies for creating meaningful social studies experiences for K-8 students, often assigned to supplement traditional methods textbooks, now represents an even Format: Paper.

      Written for the elementary social studies methods course, this interactive program features a combined textbook-workbook that is thoroughly integrated with a dynamic website. To accommodate the visual preferences of today's students, the easy-reading print text features bulleted lists and contemporary graphics. The program's interactive approach and flexibility allow instructors to .   Social studies--a category that includes courses in history, geography, and civics--has also found itself on the chopping block. Whereas in the school year students spent percent of Author: Jen Kalaidis.

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Social Studies for Elementary School Classrooms by Peter Martorella Download PDF EPUB FB2

Based on the principle that the fundamental purpose of the social studies should be the development of reflective, competent, and concerned global citizens, Social Studies for Elementary School Classrooms matches solid social studies teaching aids with examples of applications in real K-6 classrooms.

Chapter topics include selecting a social studies scope and sequence; planning for social Cited by: 1. The Social Studies Alive. program introduces unique and emotionally engaging activities that go beyond traditional elementary social studies textbooks.

Using activities like the ‘Revolutionary War Tug-of-War’ Experiential Exercise from our program, you can help students capture the feeling of the Revolutionary War in a fun and safe way. With the right social studies curriculum, you’ll not only meet state standards, but you’ll help students to get a better grasp on how the country and the world was shaped over centuries at a time.

TCI has a full package of resources available to teachers to help them better prepare, present, assign, grade and teach. Challenging elementary school social studies can pave the way for lifelong learning and active citizenship.

16 Teachers should provide students opportunities for in-depth investigation of concepts that challenge and engage them. Challenging social studies instruction includes research, debates, discussions, projects of all varieties including.

Students work on a variety of social studies topics. Using geographic sources, students gather information to describe physical regions of the Western Hemisphere using precise geographic vocabulary. Students explore the concept of success through two lenses: economics and civics, learning about different economic systems.

While continuing to blend theory and practice, this new edition of Social Studies in Elementary Education brings the book into the digital age, emphasizing teaching social studies well and stressing understanding of the practices of good social studies teaching.

The key revisions include features that focus on reflection and discussion, issues /5(10). Flash cards are such a valuable tool for students of all ages. This set features facts about U.S.

presidents and is a good addition to the list of social studies supplies for elementary school classrooms. Presidents Photo Stick Props. This is a fun way for kids to learn the faces of famous leaders in. The social studies program at USF is NCATE and NCSS accredited, and much of the material for this book is a result of research to develop a new curriculum for social studies education.

The author has published numerous articles on social studies instruction, served as editor of a regional journal, and authored a book, MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL. Practical and dynamic are the hallmarks of the widely popular Dynamic Social Studies, and this new edition steps up its focus with a fresh design and a number of updates that give readers a clear vision of the most effective ways to teach social studies to elementary school students—with the hope of inspiring them to become informed, rational Format: Paper Package.

One example of integrating literature into the social studies classroom is available online from the Boston University African Studies Center. For middle and high school classrooms, this book. In a social studies context, she likes the interactive maps and the opportunity to build interactive timelines.

She even uses Padlet with new teachers to help them organize all the content that can overwhelm new hires. is a good tool for high school. Before that, I was a long term substitute at Howe, Riverwoods, Capitol View, and Garton. I graduated from Simpson College in with a degree in Elementary Education, and went on to take graduate classes at Drake University.

I currently have endorsements in math and social studies, and am working on my reading endorsement. Social Studies- 8th Grade Students work on a variety of social studies topics. Students determine historical meaning and context while activating and exploring their prior knowledge of the American Revolution and early foundations of American Democracy.

Social studies is an often-neglected subject in elementary school because it isn’t generally assessed on the state standardized tests that young children take. However, informational text comprehension IS tested and what better way to teach non-fiction reading strategies than through interesting and relevant resources about the world students live in.

This page will help you. From Universal Design for Learning, mnemonics, graphic organizers, and big ideas, to co-teaching, screen readers and the Virtual History Museum, this book offers hands-on, practical ideas general educators can use when teaching K social studies in inclusive classrooms.

This book begins with a foreword by Timothy Lintner and Windy : Timothy Lintner, Windy Schweder. years of experience included teaching social studies at the middle and high school levels; developing a K–12 standards-based social studies curriculum; and serving as an elementary school principal in Colorado.

He can be contacted at [email protected] Mary Lee Barton, M.S. Size: KB. ing social justice to elementary school teachers in Social Studies for Social Justice: Teaching Strategies for the Elementary Classroom.

The book’s title is somewhat deceiving, as the author devotes much of the book to the im-portance of social justice curriculum in schools and its long-term impact on. When evaluations based on testing exclude social studies, why should an elementary school teacher spend time teaching it?When I was a fifth grade teacher, I will be the first to admit that social studies was not on the priority list with math, reading, and science.

Science/Social Studies Elida Municipal Schools» Classroom Pages» Elementary Classrooms» Mrs. Brown 1st Grade» Science/Social Studies We will be using Epic for Science and Social Studies. This section features nearly 50 award-winning online geography games focusing on geography, history, and other social studies topics.

Login to Parents and Teachers: In light of the COVID crisis, and the many disruptions it has caused or will cause to our kids' education, I am offering subscriptions to (the upgraded site) MrNcom at 50%. Elementary School Social Studies (K-5) The elementary social studies program introduces important concepts and generalizations from history, geography, and other social sciences through an integrated study of children and their families, homes, schools, neighborhoods, and communities.Social Studies Classroom Materials Inspire students using the world around them by planning lessons based on our collection of social studies supplies for classrooms.

The social sciences and humanities are where kids learn about who they are, where they came from and how to live in modern life.With all the available options, you may find yourself wondering what the best homeschool curriculum for social studies is.

When you're determining how to build the best curriculum for your child, there are many things to take into account such as the goals for the homeschool social studies curriculum, religious preferences, and your budget for purchasing social studies materials.