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We the People: Using Primary Sources in the Social Studies Classroom

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We the People: Using Primary Sources in the Social Studies Classroom

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Looking at a compilation of articles, blogs, books, speeches, videos, etc. to demonstrate ways to encourage shared inquiry using primary sources in the classroom.

Looking at a compilation of articles, blogs, books, speeches, videos, etc. to demonstrate ways to encourage shared inquiry using primary sources in the classroom.

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  1. 1. Using Primary Sources to Encourage Shared Inquiry With Kim Moore
  2. 2. A Classroom for Shared Inquiry Create meaningful discussions that draw from conversational language that includes academic vocabulary. Sharing and listening while collaborating in regards to something that is meaningful to the student will result in great conversations and discussions.
  3. 3. A Classroom for Shared Inquiry Teach students to be critical thinkers through a unique questioning strategy supporting close reading of complex texts.  informational text  close reading strategies  writing to sources  critical thinking  appropriate text complexity  text dependent questions and tasks
  4. 4. A Classroom for Shared Inquiry Five key guidelines to engaging in a successful Shared Inquiry discussion:  Participants must read the selection carefully before the discussion.  The goal of the group is to discuss the ideas in the text and explore them fully.  Participants should support interpretations of the text with evidence from the work.  Everyone needs to listen carefully to the other participants and respond to them directly.  The leader is there to ask questions rather than offer his/her own interpretations of the text.
  5. 5. Does the Constitution Work Today?
  6. 6. What Do You Know?
  7. 7. What is the Price of Freedom?
  8. 8. What is the Price of Freedom?
  9. 9. President Reagan’s Farewell Speech Speech p. 50 Teacher’s Guide p. 23 Great Books Discussion p. 21
  10. 10. President Reagan’s Farewell Speech Life in a City on a Hill by Sarah Vowell
  11. 11. President Obama’s Farewell Speech
  12. 12. Interpreting Political Cartoons
  13. 13. Interpreting Political Cartoons Colorado Budget
  14. 14. When is Bombing Constitutional? Blog p. 78
  15. 15. Why I Am Political By Margaret Cho www.earthcam.com/usa/newyork/statueofliberty/

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