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Assignment: The teacher candidate will be able to enumerate the importance of teaching social studies at the elementary level. Students will classify the key components in teaching Social Studies at the elementary level. Part I: Using as a guide chapter from 10 and the other chapters, students will choose ANY area from the social studies unit and create a lesson that he/she would use in the classroom integrating other disciplines and demonstrating student engagement strategies. Please use the template below: RCOE Lesson Plan Template-5.pdf Pick 1 Florida Social Studies Standard, 1 Reading Standard, 1 Visual Art Standard and 1 Dance Standard. https://www.cpalms.org (Links to an external site.) Pick Grade, Subject, Topic Objective (1 Lower Bloom’s) Learning Goal of Lesson (SWBAT) Learning Verification (I Can Statement) Mini Lesson- Pick a Read aloud book on (1) of the above topics. Assessment (1) in your mini lesson Professional Responsibility- pick 2 articles about your topic. Provide the URL link with a summary of the article (at least 5-8 sentences). (Links to an external siteObjective (1 Lower Bloom’s) Instructional Strategies- please provide (2) Differentiated Instruction- please provide (2) Presenting the Stimulus- body of your lesson plan Assessment- please provide (1) Performance-Based Assessment where students have to perform an activity to understand the lesson. Below are links for the Instructional Strategies and Differentiated Instruction: Instructional Strategies https://www.washoeschools.net/cms/lib/NV01912265/Centricity/Domain/228/Instructional%20Strategies%20List%20July%202015.pdf (Links to an external site.) Differentiated Instruction https://www.prodigygame.com/main-en/blog/differentiated-instruction-strategies-examples-download/ Part II: Assignment: Annotated Bibliography: #1. In this assignment, teacher candidates will work individually to create an annotated bibliography of 7 children’s books that connect to a common theme or topic related to teaching social studies K-6. These books must be examples the teacher can use in the classroom for each grade level. Please provide a ONE (1) K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th book in your bibliography. 2. The bibliography should include both fiction and nonfiction texts, contain a range in reading levels (K-12) and represent a variety of genres and types of text (picture books, informational, novels, etc). Include at least two fiction and two nonfiction, and at least three different genres represented. At least one book should be a novel/chapter book *The bibliography should be titled and contain a short introductory paragraph explaining the overall theme of the list and why you selected that theme. *Each title entry should follow APA format and contain a 40-75 word description of the book and its connection to your social justice/diversity theme. This description needs to be in your OWN words. The entries should be listed alphabetically by last name. Each entry should follow this format exactly: Author last name, author first initials. (Year of publication). Title of book. Publication city, publication state: Publishing company. Keywords: list the overall themes of each book. Recommended grade level: Genre, Picture book or novel: Short paragraph describing book. Example: Bunting, E. (1993). Fly Away Home. New York, NY: Houghton Mifflin. Keywords: homelessness, poverty, family. Recommended grade level: 2-4. Genre: Realistic Fiction, picture book. This book explores the concept of homelessness as it follows the story of a young boy and father. The two live in the airport, moving between terminals, trying not to get noticed by airport security and staff. One day, the young boy discovers a bird that is trapped in the airport and finds some hope for his own life when the bird gets free.

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