TST Professional Development Day. March 24, 2005 Tompkins-Seneca-Tioga BOCES, Ithaca NY Facilitators: Dr.
Dan Lerner, Binghamton University Mr. Tim Cooper, Binghamton University and Broome-Tioga BOCES Focus on Primary Documents: At the CTAH we emphasize teaching with documents. We believe that primary documents can draw students into history in ways that challenge and excite them. Today's Workshop: In this workshop, we will explore a sampling of internet resources that address the theme of inequity in American History. 5 Sites With High-Quality Informational Text. Editor’s Note: Teaching Channel has partnered with Student Achievement Partners on a blog series about digital literacy tools and their effective use by educators.
One of the most exciting shifts in the Common Core State Standards is the increased use of content-rich, informational text. Let’s think about this. As professionals, how often do we read texts that are outside of our comfort zone? Perhaps it was a legal document, a lengthy contract, or 16th Century prose. Indian Country Wisconsin - Relations between Indians and Euro-Americans.
Maps, Charts & Graphs. World War I in Poetry. Return to Lesson Plan Page Grade Level: 9-10.
Contact, American Beginnings: 1492-1690, Primary Resources in U.S. History and Literature, Toolbox Library, National Humanities Center. Peoples history. Differentiation. Differentiation means adjusting instruction to meet individual student needs in the classroom.
Because different students come to classrooms with different experiences, research demonstrates that successful teachers vary their instructional strategies accordingly. According to Carol A. Tomlinson, “whether teachers differentiate content, process, products or the learning environment, the use of ongoing assessment and flexible grouping makes this a successful approach to instruction” (Tomlinson (2000) Differentiation of Instruction in the Elementary Grades). The DBQ Project actively works to differentiate the process, the products and the learning environment while maintaining a high standard for reading and writing about meaty historical questions. We are strong advocates of providing rigorous learning opportunities but we structure our lessons to allow all students access.
Indian Country Diaries . History. 1894 graduating class, Carlisle PA Indian School.
Used by permission Denver Public Library, X-32087. AP U.S. History Sample Essays - Study Notes. Reading Like A Historian. The Reading Like a Historian curriculum engages students in historical inquiry.
Each lesson revolves around a central historical question and features sets of primary documents designed for groups of students with diverse reading skills and abilities. This curriculum teaches students how to investigate historical questions by employing reading strategies such as sourcing, contextualizing, corroborating, and close reading. Instead of memorizing historical facts, students evaluate the trustworthiness of multiple perspectives on historical issues. They learn to make historical claims backed by documentary evidence. Ultimate Guide to US History. Please note: this post contains affiliate links.
As a child in school, History was one of my least favorite subjects. Memorizing dates and trying to learn about people who once lived…just did not appeal to me. Untitled. Every year I look forward to the Wax Museum!
It's not just how darn cute the kids look, or how much the parents oooh and ahhh over what a great event it is, (we all need those pats on the back) but it's the fact that I know how much the kids have gotten out of this project and how hard they've worked to get to this special day. I have to say it's one of the highlight events for me each year, and it's one I never get tired of. 30+ Ways to Teach History Without a Textbook. History is my biggest passion; I love history!
I am a firm believer teaching history should never be boring. Creating a biography or book trailer with iMovie - Le Chaim (on the right) Historical Journal. Students will create a historical journal from a fictional character's point of view.
Apps: Share® or Frames® Task When we think about the Civil Rights Movement, we often focus on the progress toward equality for African Americans. There have also been movements toward equality before the law for many different groups. Your local history museum would like to include journals from the Civil Rights era for their history and culture virtual exhibits to interest kids in equal rights before the law. Engage. Examples: Tasks: Social Sciences. Task5. Assesshistory. Teaching Strategies. History. To submit an event to be added to this calendar, contact us.
Remember to include date, time, and location. Events that are not related to history-social studies professional development will not be added. OUSD History-Social Studies Professional Development. Performance Assessments Requiring Historical Analysis. A great place to start is Oakland Unified's History and Social Studies page, specifically the left column on the page. The site offers historical questions with assessments and support materials designed to improve historical reading, writing, and thinking. Examples available were designed for the 8th and 11th grades, but the concepts can be applied to any age group. Another place to look for performance assessments that focus on historical analysis is the College Board's website. Their "Sample Questions and Scoring Guidelines" page has free response questions—"Document Based Questions"—and scoring guidelines dating back for the past several AP US History exams.
Docs%5CSocialStudies%5CSecondary%5CGrade10 U.S.History1%5CAssessment%5CPerformanceTasks. 5 weak words to avoid and what to use instead. When I first began writing, I was unsure of myself. Workshop controlling an argument. Ap07 us history sgs final. Untitled. This one article will do more to open your eyes to a hidden aspect of history in the Americas, one that saw AMERINDIANS being the FIRST and the LAST human beings to be sold as slaves in the Americas – and as recently as 100 years ago also, when 30,000 Amazon Indian SLAVES were killed as slaves for the American Rubber industry (Big business that seeks profit at any human cost was the culprit once again).
It will also reveal how there are descendants of native tribes from all over North America & South America in the Caribbean islands (ESPECIALLY BARBADOS) today – who have no clue of the native DNA in their veins. Here is but one incident from the history of slavery in North America. Untitled. Assimilation, Integration and Colonization. The expression “colonization” has gained a great amount of use in recent decades. At earlier times, peopled debated about assimilation and integration. It is important to understand what colonization, assimilation, and integration are. In the context of Indigenous Peoples, colonization has come to mean any kind of external control, and it is used as an expression for the subordination of Indian peoples and their rights since early contact with Europeans. In North America, colonization took the task of subordinating Indigenous Peoples to the political power of Christian European kings. Doctrine of Discovery. Indian Removal Act: Primary Documents in American History (Virtual Programs & Services, Library of Congress)
The Indian Removal Act was signed into law by President Andrew Jackson on May 28, 1830, authorizing the president to grant unsettled lands west of the Mississippi in exchange for Indian lands within existing state borders. Native History: Greed, Deception and Exile Result in 1756 Scalp Act. Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace: Message for POPE FRANCIS: If you believe in EQUALITY, revoke the PAPAL BULLS. An interactive record of Native American slavery in New France. This Is the Oldest Surviving Footage of Native Americans. In the United States, Native Americans are considered to be people whose pre-Columbian ancestors were indigenous to the lands within the nation’s modern boundaries. The Heart Break of Algonquin Genocide — Real Peoples Media. By Dr. 9780521845663 frontmatter. Smithsonian Source. Proclamation of 1763 - Native American History.
After the conclusion of the French and Indian War in America, the British Empire began to tighten control over its rather autonomous colonies. The American Revolution Timeline of Important Dates. Tribes of OK Education%20Guide Absentee Shawnee. A FrenchandIndianwar HardenBlaauw. Ap04 frq ushistory 36180. Colonialism Through the Veil. Unit 1: Colonization - APUSH. Self%20made%20student%20DBQ. What Are The 15 Fun Public Speaking Activities. What Are The 15 Fun Public Speaking Activities. Persian Charts : Regions of the World 1500-1750 - AP World History. Tip of the Week – PERSIA graphic organizer. DBQ - History4Kim. Schurrapush -> FRQ 2: English-Indian Relations, 1600-1700.
A comprehensive guide to white privilege in South Africa. Lessons From McGraw Hill: The Eurocentric Influence on History Textbooks and Classrooms. Hawaii declares state of emergency over homeless crisis. Why Calling Slaves 'Workers' Is More Than An Editing Error : NPR Ed. Boyz n the Hood (3/8) Movie CLIP - Gentrification (1991) HD. Alcohol and the Pine Ridge Reservation. Zendaya blasts ‘Fashion Police’ host Giuliana Rancic’s ‘ignorant’ red carpet dis. Zendaya blasts ‘Fashion Police’ host Giuliana Rancic’s ‘ignorant’ red carpet dis. 'In the Land of Hell': Life as a Female Trucker in North Dakota.
Settler Colonialism an Overview by Eve Tuck on Prezi. Art Lesson: Heroes Portrait with Micrography. Print Preview. Micrography - Mochon's Classes. Micrography: Text Art and Typography. Micrography: The Hebrew Word as Art Online Exhibit at JTS. Micrography Self-Portrait - Words & Art Combined - Demo Video - Art Lesson. Art. Paper. Scissors. Glue!: Micrography Portrait. My family's Thanksgiving on the reservation is a rebuke to America's colonialism. Originals First - OF: Frank Waln at the Field Museum of Natural History. The Angry Eye, Jane Elliott. DBQ PPT. A People's History of the United States- Howard Zinn. Photos de la publication de The Logical... - The Logical Indian.