Integrating Language Arts and Social Studies

Author: Leah M. Melber
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1452211299
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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With an emphasis on active learning, this supplementary text helps busy elementary and middle school teachers engage all students in the vibrant world of social studies. This inquiry-based book presents hands-on explorations, interaction with primary sources, and critical thinking activities, that provide concrete methods to successfully integrate the language arts into the social studies curriculum. Key Features Promotes the development of literacy skills by authentically integrating language arts Supports differentiated instruction for specific grade levels, English language learners, and students with special needs Connects to standards in language arts, social studies, and technology

Social Studies Worksheets Don t Grow Dendrites

Author: Marcia L. Tate
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1412998751
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Best-selling author Marcia L. Tate brings her trademark “dendrite-growing” teaching strategies to this practitioner-friendly collection of brain-compatible methods for engaging K–12 students in social studies.

Active Learning in the Middle Grades Classroom

Author: Susan Edwards
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1560902868
Format: PDF, ePub
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Involve students and they learn. Learning activities that require students to discuss, question, clarify, and apply, help them retain the content we want them to remember. Active Learning approaches—intellectual activity, social activity, and physical activity—help students learn how to ask meaningful questions and become empowered to be lifelong learners. This book lays a foundation for teachers interested in using active learning by -Sharing the framework and rationale for active learning -Providing specific classroom strategies for use in any middle grades classroom. -Helping you overcome barriers to implementing active learning. -Describing the research that supports active learning for 10- to 15-year-olds.

Bridges

Author: Debra Bayles Martin
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780131145528
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Early Literacy Instruction

Author: John A. Smith
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
ISBN: 9780135129036
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This introductory K-3 literacy text models explicit instruction as a vehicle for developing reading and writing skills in primary classrooms. The authors rely on both recent research and personal experience, sharing classroom-proven lesson plans, samples of student work, and examples from the classroom to ground and apply each chapter's content. A new focus on struggling readers - in feature boxes within each chapter, as adaptation ideas within lesson plans, and in a complete chapter (Chapter 11 - Interventions for Struggling Readers) - gives you the information you need to detect, assess, and address the needs of these students. English Language Learner notes provide guidance for meeting the needs of students whose first language is not English. MyEducationLab notes throughout the text lead you to valuable online resources to deepend content knowledge.

Teaching and Learning K 8

Author: Richard D. Kellough
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780131589629
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Teaching and Learning in the Elementary School is built on the most current research and "best" practice. It thoroughly examines all of the fundamental teaching skill categories - planning for instruction, assessing student learning, grouping for instruction, and creating a safe and effective learning environment - while constantly reinforcing the idea that effective elementary school teaching requires continual, thoughtful, and reflective decision-making. In this popular volume, three well-known authors paint a realistic portrait of elementary school teaching as a call to motivate, to encourage, to simulate, to build self-esteem, and to care for elementary school children. For General Elementary Methods courses.