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Powerful social studies for elementary students / Jere Brophy (Michigan State University (deceased)), Janet Alleman (Michigan State University), Anne-Lise Halvorsen (Michigan State University).

By: Brophy, Jere E [author.].
Contributor(s): Alleman, Janet [author.] | Halvorsen, Anne-Lise (Assistant professor of education) [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boston, MA : Cengage Learning, [2018]Copyright date: 2018Edition: Fourth edition; Student edition.Description: xxiii, 394 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 28 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781305960541; 1305960548.Subject(s): Social sciences -- Study and teaching (Elementary) | Elementary school teachingDDC classification: 372.83/042
Contents:
Elementary social studies: what is it? What might it become? -- How can I building a learning community in my classroom? Strategies for including all children -- How do I select powerful goals and powerful content? -- What social studies planning tools are available? -- How can I teach history powerfully? -- How can I teach geography and anthropology power, embedding a global perspective where appropriate? -- How can I teach the other social sciences powerfully? -- How can I use discourse powerfully? -- How can I assess student learning? -- What can I design, implement and evaluate instructional activities? -- What is the role of curricular integration? -- How can the curriculum be expanded and made more powerful through homework? -- What is the research base that informs powerful social studies teaching?
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Books Books American University in Dubai Main Collection LB 1584 .B73 2018 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available C20038550
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 375-383) and index.

Elementary social studies: what is it? What might it become? -- How can I building a learning community in my classroom? Strategies for including all children -- How do I select powerful goals and powerful content? -- What social studies planning tools are available? -- How can I teach history powerfully? -- How can I teach geography and anthropology power, embedding a global perspective where appropriate? -- How can I teach the other social sciences powerfully? -- How can I use discourse powerfully? -- How can I assess student learning? -- What can I design, implement and evaluate instructional activities? -- What is the role of curricular integration? -- How can the curriculum be expanded and made more powerful through homework? -- What is the research base that informs powerful social studies teaching?

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