Geschichtsdidaktischer Unterrichtsentwurf Exkursion zu Burg Greifenstein

Author: Eike Peter Hansen
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 364039691X
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2009 im Fachbereich Sachunterricht, Heimatkunde (Grundschulpadagogik), Note: 13 Punkte, Universitat Kassel, Veranstaltung: Einfuhrung in die Geschichtsdidaktik, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: In dem folgenden, geschichtsdidaktischen Entwurf beziehe ich mich auf eine Exkursion zu einer fruheren Ritterburg. Als einen hierfur moglichen ausserschulischen Lernort habe ich mich fur die Burg Greifenstein entschieden. Diese Exkursion soll in einer vierten Grundschulklasse durchgefuhrt werden und ist somit Teil einer Unterrichtseinheit des Sachunterrichtes. Das Hauptthema um welches es sich hierbei handelt ist: Das Leben auf einer Burg im Mittelalter." Die Exkursion soll unter anderem zu einer Reflektion des bisher zu dem Thema, wahrend des Unterrichtes, Gelernten dienen und wird daher am Ende der Unterrichtseinheit durchgefuhrt. Gleichzeitig dient sie auch dazu, den Schulern bewusst zu machen, dass das damalige Leben auf einer Burg eine bereits vergangene Geschichte ist und somit in der heutigen Zeit nur noch durch die Hilfe von solchen Beispielen wie der Burg Greifenstein Vermutungen aufgestellt werden konnen. Dieses Thema und die dazugehorige Exkursion beziehen sich ebenfalls auf ein Lernfeld zum Sachunterricht, welches im hessischen Rahmenplan fur die Grundschule angegeben ist. Als Lernfeld ist hier die Zeit" mit dem hiesigen, zugehorigen Thema Das Leben auf einer Burg im Mittelalter" zu betrachten. Zeit" befindet sich im Rahmenplan unter dem Abschnitt B3 Sachunterricht" -> 2.2.7 Zeit." Dort ist nachzulesen, dass Kinder aus dem 3. bzw. 4. Schuljahr verstarkt in die historische Dimension der Zeit eingefuhrt werden sollen. Sie sollen dabei lernen, dass unser heutiges Wissen uber die Vergangenheit durch fruhere Gegenstande, alte Fotos, Berichte / Erzahlungen, Denkmaler und, wie in dem hiesigen Fall, durch Ruinen uns vermittelt wird. Sie sollen dadurch angeregt werden, selbst sowohl uber Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft nachzudenken."

Essentials of Middle and Secondary Social Studies

Author: William B. Russell III
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0429866933
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Building on the success of the first edition, Essentials of Middle and Secondary Social Studies 2nd Edition focuses on the key issues central to the teaching of middle and high school social studies, including lesson planning and instructional strategies. Written in an engaging, conversational style, the text encourages teachers in their development as professionals and enables them to effectively use creative and active learning strategies in the everyday classroom. NEW TO THIS EDITION This second edition has been significantly refined with new and relevant topics and strategies needed for effectively teaching middle and secondary social studies. New features include: An updated chapter on lesson plans, in keeping with the book’s emphasis on planning and teaching. This chapter is designed to provide middle and secondary teachers with new classroom-tested lesson plans and includes two classroom-tested lessons for each grade level (6-12). An expanded chapter on planning. This chapter provides additional discussion about long-range planning and includes examples of lesson plans with details to help students be better prepared. An updated chapter on technology designed to better prepare middle and secondary teachers to effectively incorporate technology into social studies instruction. Attention is given to digital history, media literacy, teaching with film and music, popular apps and numerous other types of impactful technology. "FYI" callouts throughout each chapter. These callouts provide helpful information and further explanation. An expanded discussion of the Common Core Standards and C3 Framework and how they impact teachers. An updated chapter titled "Experiencing Social Studies." This chapter focuses on topics such as teaching with drama, role play, field trips, and service learning. A "Helpful Resources" section that details various websites and online resources for further discovery.

Knights and Castles

Author: Jane Walker
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Pub
ISBN: 9781482421743
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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For those who've always wanted to live in a castle or become a knight, this engaging text presents 100 fun facts about these high-interest topics. Readers will find out what it was like to live in the Middle Ages, what it took to become a knight, and what happened on the battlefield. They'll love learning about the famous knights of fact and fiction as well as discovering the ins and outs of medieval castles, some of which are still standing today. Fun quizzes and colorful illustrations enhance the well-researched text and will inspire readers to find out more about this beguiling time period.

Teaching Number

Author: Robert J Wright
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9781446237571
Format: PDF, ePub
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The book lets teachers identify where their students are in terms of number skills, and sets out a strategy for developing their knowledge. The authors show how to advance children's learning across five stages of early arithmetical learning - emergent, perceptual, figurative, initial number, and facile number. This provides for increasingly sophisticated number strategies across addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, as well as developing children's number word and numeral knowledge, and their ability to structure number and have grouping strategies. The approach used nine guiding principles for teaching. Each chapter has clearly defined teaching procedures which show how to take the children onto the next more sophisticated stage. The teaching procedures are organized into key teaching topics, and each includes: o a clearly defined purpose o detailed instructions, activities, learning tasks and reinforcing games o lists of responses which children may make o application in whole class, small group and individualised settings o a link to the Learning Framework in Number (see Early Numeracy- second edition, 2005) o how the guiding principles for teaching can be used to allow teachers to evaluate and reflect upon their practice Primary practitioners in Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada have tested the teaching procedures which can be used in conjunction with each country's numeracy strategy. Primary teachers, especially of the early years, mathematics co-ordinators, heads of school, mathematics advisers, special educationalists, learning support personnel, teacher assistants, lecturers in initial teacher training and educational psychologists will all find this book invaluable.

The heraldic imagination

Author: Rodney Dennys
Publisher: Random House Value Pub
ISBN:
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Studies the fabulous and monstrous creatures and other flamboyant manifestations of heraldry that emerged during the medieval days of crusades and chivalry. Glossary. Bibliogs

Mine the Gap for Mathematical Understanding Grades K 2

Author: John SanGiovanni
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1506382290
Format: PDF
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Being an effective math educator is one part based on the quality of the tasks we give, one part how we diagnose what we see, and one part what we do with what we find. Yet with so many students and big concepts to cover, it can be hard to slow down enough to look for those moments when students’ responses tell us what we need to know about next best steps. In this remarkable book, John SanGiovanni helps us value our young learners’ misconceptions and incomplete understandings as much as their correct ones—because it’s the gap in their understanding today that holds the secrets to planning tomorrow’s best teaching. SanGiovanni lays out 160 high-quality tasks aligned to the standards and big ideas of grades K-2 mathematics, including counting and representing numbers, number relationships and comparison, addition and subtraction within 100 and 1000, money and time, and multiplication and division. The tasks are all downloadable so you can use or modify them for instruction and assessment. Each big idea offers a starting task followed by: what makes it a high-quality taskwhat you might anticipate before students work with the task 4 student examples of the completed task showcasing a distinct “gap” commentary on what precisely counts for mathematical understanding and the next instructional steps commentary on the misconception or incomplete understanding so you learn why the student veered off course three additional tasks aligned to the mathematics topic and ideas about what students might do with these additional tasks. It’s time to break our habit of rushing into re-teaching for correctness and instead get curious about the space between right and wrong answers. Mine the Gap for Mathematical Understanding is a book you will return to again and again to get better at selecting tasks that will uncover students’ reasoning—better at discerning the quality and clarity of students’ understanding—and better at planning teaching based on the gaps you see.

Citizenship Education in China

Author: Kerry J. Kennedy
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136022082
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There is a flourishing literature on citizenship education in China that is mostly unknown in the West. Liberal political theorists often assume that only in democracy should citizens be prepared for their future responsibilities, yet citizenship education in China has undergone a number of transformations as the political system has sought to cope with market reforms, globalization and pressures both externally and within the country for broader political reforms. Over the past decade, Chinese scholars have been struggling for official recognition of citizenship education as a key component of the school curriculum in these changing contexts. This book analyzes the citizenship education issues under discussion within China, and aims to provide a voice for its scholars at a time when China’s international role is becoming increasingly important.

Nero

Author: Miriam T. Griffin
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134610432
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Nero's personality and crimes have always intrigued historians and writers of fiction. However, his reign also illuminates the nature of the Julio-Claudian Principate. Nero's suicide brought to an end the dynasty Augustus had founded, and placed in jeopardy the political system he had devised. Miriam T. Griffin's authoratitive survey of Nero's reign incorporates both a chronological account, as well as an analysis of the reasons for Nero's collapse under the pressure of his role as emperor.

Language Literacy and Communication in the Early Years

Author: Carol Hayes
Publisher: Critical Publishing
ISBN: 1910391565
Format: PDF
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This book guides students and practitioners through the wealth of information on cognition and language development by breaking the area down into manageable chunks and drawing these together into a full understanding of the holistic nature of child development. Children with communication difficulties are at risk of poor outcomes educationally, socially and in employability. Whilst there may be a range of interventions which can help children, it is the practice of those working with them that is the key to success. Therefore a firm understanding of communication development and the ability to adapt teaching to support children’s individual needs are vital. The text offers a balanced approach to the theories and research into the development and acquisition of language and literacy in the early years. It examines how practice can be improved and the impact that language and literacy development has on learning outcomes. It also, importantly, addresses the particular pedagogy related to bilingual and multilingual learners. Carefully structured activities are provided and the text clearly relates theory to practice. Pedagogical features encourage a questioning, challenging and reflective approach, promoting critical thinking throughout.

Understanding Teaching and Learning in Primary Education

Author: Mike Carroll
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1473904129
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This textbook supports your initial teacher education by providing guidance and insight into the professional knowledge and understanding, skills and abilities, and values and commitments necessary in order to succeed in the primary classroom. Coverage includes: View from practice boxes in every chapter exploring real-life examples of intelligent and engaging teaching in schools Thinking points and reflective questions challenging you to engage critically with what you have read and apply it to your own teaching Links to further reading connecting you to specialised literature on every chapter topic Clear discussion of education policy differences across the UK. Mike Carroll is the PGDE (Primary and Secondary) Programme Leader and Director of the MEd Professional Learning and Enquiry programme in the School of Education, University of Glasgow. Margaret McCulloch is a University Teacher within the School of Education, University of Glasgow.