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Title: The Ohio Standards for Social Studies


1
The Ohio Standards for Social Studies
  • Kelly Enright, Beth Gottman,
  • Shayla Poindexter, Carrie Stewart
  • ED 629
  • Fall 2004

2
Table of Contents
  • List of Ohio Standards
  • History web-based activity
  • People in Societies web-based activity
  • Geography web-based activities
  • Economics web-based activities
  • Government web-based activities
  • Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities web-based
    activities
  • Social Studies Skills and Methods web-based
    activities

3
Ohio Standards
  • History
  • People in Societies
  • Geography
  • Economics
  • Government
  • Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities
  • Social Studies Skills and Methods

4
HISTORY
  • 5th grade activity American Indians Settlements
  • 6th grade activity Understanding BC and AD
  • 6th grade activity Arranging Timelines in
    Ancient Egypt
  • 7th grade activity The Crusades
  • 8th grade activity The Boston Tea Party

5
American Indian Settlements
  • Click the picture
  • Read the story about the Lakota Culture
  • Review the timeline on the same website.
  • Write a journal entry about the timeline and what
    information you found interesting about the
    Native Americans relationship with the new
    settlers.

6
Understanding BC and AD
  • Click on the top picture
  • Read the article about time and how it works.
  • Arrange these time periods into the correct
    order.
  • Islamic rule (700 AD to present)     
  • Middle Kingdom (2040-1633 BC)
  • Persian rule (525-332 BC)
  • Third Intermediate Period (1085-525 BC)
  • First Intermediate Period (2160-2040 BC)
  • Greek rule (332-30 BC) (also called the
    Hellenistic)
  • New Kingdom (1558-1085 BC)
  • Roman rule (30 BC-700 AD)
  • Old Kingdom (2686-2160 BC)  
  • Second Intermediate Period (1786-1558 BC)

7
Ancient Egypt
  • Click on picture
  • Read about major events in Egyptian history
  • Create a timeline for Egypt
  • Include at least seven time periods
  • Include one major event for each time period

8
The Crusades
  • Click the picture of the castle at the bottom
    right of the page and read about the Crusades.
  • Select a student to play the role of
  • Peter the Hermit
  • The Pope
  • The Crusaders
  • Have the students so a dramatization led by the
    teacher of the first crusade.

9
The Boston Tea Party
  • Click on both pictures and read the two different
    articles.
  • Write a letter to a partner depicting the events
    in the point of view of the people that were
    involved such as
  • King George, one of the Sons of Liberty, or
    someone in the crowd watching.

10
People in Societies
  • 4th grade activity- Cultural Practices of the
    Amish
  • 6th grade activity- Comparing two eastern
    religions (Buddhism Hinduism)
  • 7th grade activity- Greek Gods and Goddesses
  • 8th grade activity- Slavery and The Middle
    Passage
  • 9th grade activity- The end of apartheid in South
    Africa

11
Cultural Practices of the Amish
  • Click on the picture
  • Read the sections
  • Who are the Amish?
  • Do Amish children go to school?
  • Why do they dress like that?
  • Assignment
  • Describe in a few sentences who the Amish are
  • Describe in a few sentences what school is like
    for Amish children
  • Draw a picture of an Amish person working on the
    farm

12
Buddhism and Hinduism
  • Click on the top picture
  • Read about Buddhism
  • List 10 facts about Buddhism
  • Click on bottom picture
  • Read about Hinduism
  • List 10 facts about Hinduism
  • Write a paragraph comparing
  • and contrasting the two religions

13
Slavery The Middle Passage
  • Click on picture
  • Read each of the 4 stories
  • Click on bold faced words for more information
  • Write a 1 page report on the injustices of
    slavery. Use examples from the stories

14
Gods and Goddesses
  • Click on the top picture
  • Under extra topics read about Gods and Heroes
  • Click on the bottom picture
  • Under extra topics read about women and Goddesses
  • Write a paragraph about the artifacts you saw
  • Make your own piece of art that you would like to
    leave behind for other cultures to see

15
Ending Apartheid
  • Click on top picture and read the BBC article
  • Click on the bottom picture
  • Read the Information
  • Assignment
  • Write a paper describing apartheid in South
    Africa. Analyze the events that led to its end.

16
GEOGRAPHY
  • 4th grade activity- Discover how people adapt to
    their everyday surroundings
  • 5th grade activity- What about North America
  • 6th grade activity- Viewing the relationship
    between culture and environment
  • 7th grade activity- Exploring early civilizations
    on maps
  • 8th grade- Comparing maps from different time
    period

17
Surroundings
  • Click on picture
  • How do people adjust to where they live?
  • How do people, things, and ideas move from one
    place to another?
  • How can we get a view of everything existing in
    the world?

18
North America
  • Click on the map and read the article on North
    America.
  • Locate the countries on the map.
  • What are the rankings of North Americas
    population?
  • Describe the natural environment of North
    America.
  • Write two paragraphs on how climate and
    vegetation of North America relate to each other.

19
Culture and Environment
  • Click on picture and read the article
  • Define culture according to the article.
  • How can cultural societies have an effect on the
    environment?
  • Read the section on Kinship and Family, write a
    two page paper on the similarities and
    differences of your family and their beliefs.

20
Early Civilizations
  • Click on any picture
  • Click on each one again in the Cleopatra web site
  • Listen to each story for the three regions of
    each region
  • Explore the site
  • Label your blank map with rivers and cities
  • Choose one word from the glossary to share with
    the class

21
Comparing Colonial and Present Day Maps
  • Click on both maps
  • Study the maps
  • Describe the similarities and differences of the
    two maps
  • What are some other types of maps that you could
    look at in order to visualize the differences
    between the two time periods?

22
ECONOMICS
  • 4th grade activity- Uses of income
  • 5th grade activity- Supply and demand
  • 6th grade activity- Exports and imports of Africa
  • 7th grade activity- Pros and Cons of NAFTA
  • 8th grade activity- Making a budget

23
Income
  • Click on the picture
  • Pick a career and click on it. Next click on the
    line that says salary. Record the average
    annual salary for your chosen career.
  • List the important things you would use your
    salary for every month. Remember you have to have
    a place to live, transportation and food to eat!

24
Supply and Demand
  • Click on the picture.
  • Read the short paragraph.
  • Write down in your own words how supply and
    demand affect the price of a product.

25
Imports and Exports
  • Click on the picture
  • Pick any country and write down all of that
    countrys exports and imports.
  • Next write a short paper. Include a description
    of the countrys imports, exports and
    geographical location. Also include reasons why
    they have to import certain products and export
    certain products.

26
North American Free Trade Agreement
  • Click on the picture.
  • Read the article.
  • Find two reasons NAFTA would be good and explain
    them. Then find two reasons NAFTA would be bad
    and explain them.

27
Making a Budget
  • Click on the picture.
  • Pick any career and click on it. Then click on
    the salary of that career. Record this
    information.
  • Use the salary for your chosen profession to
    create a monthly budget. Make sure to include
    money for transportation, bills, food, shelter
    and savings.

28
government
  • 4th grade activity- The Responsibilities of the 3
    branches of government
  • 5th grade activity- Explain basic rights of
    citizens guaranteed by the Bill of Rights
  • 6th grade activity- Differences between a
    democracy and monarchy
  • 7th grade activity- Differences between
    representative and direct democracies
  • 8th grade activity- How a Bill becomes a Law

29
3 branches of government
  • Click on picture
  • Read about the Branches of Government
  • Click on each branch and read more about the
    responsibilities of the 3 branches
  • When you are done I will assign groups of three
    to make a poster of the government branches
  • You will be graded on creativity, visual appeal,
    and Correct information for the responsibilities
    of each branch.

30
Bill of Rights
  • Click on the picture
  • Read over the Bill of Rights
  • Draw a picture representing one of the first 10
    amendments. Include a description of how that
    amendment protects the rights of the United
    States citizens.

31
Democracy vs. Monarchy
  • Click on the picture to the right
  • Read about what makes a monarchy
  • Write a paper describing the differences and
    similarities of monarchies and democracies.

32
Democracy
  • Click on the top picture which describes direct
    democracy and read the page.
  • Click on the bottom picture which describes
    representative democracy and read the page.
  • Write a letter to the president telling him which
    form of a democracy the United States is. Include
    your reasons for choosing that form and examples
    from the websites.

33
How a Bill becomes a Law
  • Click on Picture
  • Read about the law making process
  • Create your own Bill
  • Trace your bills journey to becoming a law

34
Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities
  • 4th grade activity- Human rights hero
  • 5th grade activity- Law making
  • 6th grade activity- United States government
    systems
  • 7th grade activity- Magna Carta and Civil Rights
    and Liberties
  • 8th grade activity- Frederick Douglass

35
Human rights
  • Click on the picture and read the article about
    Mrs. Coretta Scott King.
  • Write a one page paper on her heroism and her
    positive impact on the world today.

36
Creating Laws
  • Click on the picture and read each bulleted link.
  • What is a law, and who creates them?
  • Who makes up the U.S. Congress and the
    legislative branch?
  • If you could create one law, what would it be,
    and why would you make it?

37
U.S. Government
  • Click on the picture and read the article.
  • What are the two major parties existing in the
    United States?
  • How do the rights and responsibilities of
    citizens differ in each political party?

38
Magna Carta and Civil Liberties
  • Click on picture and read article on magna carta
    and civil liberties.
  • Define magna carta and its origin.
  • How do civil rights and civil liberties
    correspond with magna carta?

39
Frederick Douglass Impact on the Abolitionist
Movement
  • Click on the picture and read the article on the
    abolitionist movement.
  • Write a two page paper on the influence Frederick
    Douglass had on the abolitionist movement?
  • Who were the early influences on abolitionism?

40
Social Studies Skills and Methods
  • 4th grade activity Fact or Opinion Using the
    Newspaper
  • 5th grade activity Timeline of Events
    Independence
  • 6th grade activity Group Activity Religion
  • 8th grade activity Position Paper
  • 9th grade activity Checking Reliability

41
Fact or Opinion
  • Talk about the difference between fact and
    fiction as a group.
  • Click on the Dayton Daily News icon above.
  • Read through different current articles that you
    find interesting.
  • Pick an article or two.
  • Write down three examples of a fact in the
    article and three of the writer of the articles
    opinions.
  • Explain why you think it is important to
    understand the difference between fact and
    opinion.

42
United Sates Claims Independence
  • Click on the History Channel icon.
  • Read through the article.
  • Create a timeline of events leading up to the
    signing of the Declaration of Independence.

43
Group Activity Religion
  • Split the students into five different groups.
  • Have the members of each group select a
    representative.
  • Pick one of the five main religions of the world.
  • Research on the internet about the religion and
    culture.
  • Present to the class Each member will talk
    about a concept of the religion including
    traditions, rituals, holidays, etc.

44
Position Paper
  • Click on the icon below.
  • Review the material on the website.
  • Pick an issue that interests you.
  • Read the information provided.
  • Write a paper on if you agree or disagree.
  • Include why you feel this way.
  • Be sure to include a Bibliography page.

45
Checking Reliability
  • Click on the pictures one at a time.
  • Both articles have different perspectives on the
    same subject.
  • Analyze the facts Are the facts accurate?
  • Are these sources reliable?
  • Write a journal entry about your findings.
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