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Title: SOCIAL STUDIES Grade Level Content Expectations 10/07/2007


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SOCIAL STUDIES Grade Level Content
Expectations 10/07/2007
a look at PROCESS
By Nancy E. Larsen, Ph.D.
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Process as defined in the SS HSCEs on Page 6
  • P1 Reading and Communication
  • P2 Inquiry, Research, and Analysis
  • P3 Public Discourse and Decision Making

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Process Teaching students how to learn
  • Learning is more than content
  • Prepare students for the next level
  • Help students to succeed in the information age

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LET ME HELP YOU
  • Teach
  • P1 Reading and Communication
  • P2 Inquiry, Research, and Analysis
  • Give CHS students the experience of practicing
    the research process in the social sciences
  • Prepare CHS students for college level research

5
P1 Reading and Communication
  • Close and Critical Reading
  • Analysis
  • Interpret Primary and Secondary Sources
  • Argumentation

6
P2 Inquiry, Research, and Analysis
  • Information Processing
  • Conducting Investigations
  • Problem-Solving
  • Technology Use

7
The Responsible Citizen
  • uses methods of social science investigation to
    answer questions about society (Inquiry)

8
Using Social Studies to Develop Digital-Age
Proficiencies SS HSCEs, page 9
  • Visual and Information Literacy
  • Higher Order Thinking and Sound Reasoning
  • Interactive Communication
  • Effective Use of Real World Tools
  • High Quality Results with Real-World Application

9
Successful Post-Secondary Engagement SS HSCEs,
page 10
  • Thinking Skills
  • Readingmaking meaning
  • Communication
  • Critical thinking
  • Analysis and interpretation
  • Inquiry and Research
  • Problem solving
  • Evaluating, taking, and defending positions
  • Evaluating alternative views
  • Innovation and creativity

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P2 Inquiry, Research, and Analysis
  • Critically examine evidence
  • Thoughtfully consider conflicting claims
  • Carefully weigh facts and hypotheses

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Skills
  • P 2.1 Understand the scientific method of
    inquiry to investigate social, scientific, and
    historical problems
  • P 2.2 Read and interpret data in tables and
    graphs
  • P 2.3 Know how to find and organize information
    from a variety of sources analyze, interpret,
    support interpretations with evidence, critically
    evaluate, and present the information orally and
    in writing

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Skills, cont.
  • P 2.4 Use multiple perspectives and resources
    to identify and analyze issues appropriate to the
    social studies discipline being studied.
  • P 2.5 Use deductive and inductive
    problem-solving skills as appropriate to the
    problem being studied.

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P2 and the Research Process
  • Research, not reports
  • Higher level thinking skills
  • Unique questions, thoughtfully researched answers

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May I suggest
  • THE BIG 6
  • A step by step approach
  • Use as a Linear process to ensures success
  • Easy assessment using a rubric

The Big6 is the work of Mike Eisenberg and Bob
Berkowitz. For more information go to
www.big6.com
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  • The Big 6
  • An inquiry-based research/Problem-solving
    process
  • Step I Task definition
  • Problem to solve
  • Thesis
  • Question to answer
  • Compare/Contrast
  • Cause/Effect
  • Argumentative Essay
  • Application of Knowledge
  • Others
  • SS Content Expectations
  • P1 Reading and Communication
  • P1.5 Present a coherent thesis when making an
    argument
  • P2 Inquiry, Research, and Analysis
  • P2.5 Use deductive and inductive problem-solving
    skills

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  • SS Content Expectations
  • P 2.4 Use multiple perspectives and resources to
    identify and analyze issues appropriate to the
    social studies discipline being studied
  • Big 6
  • Step 2 Information seeking strategies

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  • P 1.2 Analyze point of view, context, and bias
    to interpret primary and secondary source
    documents.
  • P2.2 Read and interpret data in tables and
    graphs
  • P2.3 Know how to find and organize information
    from a variety of sources analyze, interpret,
    support interpretations with evidence, critically
    evaluate, and present the information orally and
    in writing report investigation results
    effectively.
  • Step 3 Location and access
  • Step 4 Use of information
  • Step 5 Synthesis
  • Step 6 Evaluation

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Handouts
  • Pages 6 10 from the SS HSCEs
  • Power Point printout
  • Big6 Poster
  • Big6 Research Planner
  • Big6 Rubric

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I will collaborate with you in planning and
teaching research projects
  • Developing the project based upon the Inquiry
    Strand in Social Studies
  • Utilizing a research process, such as the Big6
  • Creating the Rubric/Assessment for the project

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I will be happy to teach the
  • Research Process
  • Any and all of the six steps of the Big6
  • Mini lessons on particular skills, for ex.
  • Using Databases
  • Note taking
  • Works Cited Lists
  • Primary and Secondary Source Materials

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As you write your curriculum maps
  • Identify the content that will lend itself best
    to research and plan for that research.
  • Identify the content GLCEs that will be taught
    through research.
  • Identify the Process GLCEs that will be taught
    through research.

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When students leave CHS they will possess the
skills needed to
  • Complete quality research papers in the social
    sciences
  • Utilize higher level thinking skills
  • Communicate effectively
  • Use appropriate technologies
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