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by Douglas Selwyn

eBook Living History in the Classroom: Integrative Arts Activities for Making Social Studies Meaningful ePub
Author: Douglas Selwyn
Language: English
ISBN: 159363336X
ISBN13: 978-1593633363
Publisher: Prufrock Press (January 1, 2008)
Pages: 240
Category: Schools & Teaching
Subcategory: Teaching
Rating: 4.1
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ePub file: 1991 kb
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These social studies activities encourage creative expression and inquiry to make learning personal and meaningful. These social studies activities encourage creative expression and inquiry to make learning personal and meaningful.

book by Douglas Selwyn. The arts fulfil a function that cannot be fulfilled in any other way. Learning through the arts enables students to 'walk a mile in the shoes' of the historical figures they are studying, to ask 'What if?' about the events they are studying, and to understand the human component to historical events.

Social Studies resources for K-12 teachers! Resources include lesson plans, worksheets, activities, games and videos. PDI is currently in the process of creating a brand new Social Studies course for our participants!

Social Studies resources for K-12 teachers! Resources include lesson plans, worksheets, activities, games and videos.

Living History in the Classroom: Integrative ats activities for making social studies meaningful. : Prafrock Press (Online). Juni 13) Implementasi Model Pembelajaran Living History di Sekolah. Experiencing History Where it Happened: Living History and Re-enactment as Public History Tools. A Living History Classroom Using Re-Enactment to Enhance Learning. Social Education Journal. Vol. 74 No. 3. (Online). Historical empathy and pedagogical reasoning.

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The following interactive student activities are three of the most effective . In pairs, students take opposite emotional sides of a case study, statement, or topic. Interactive game activities. Create an interactive classroom full of interactive learning games.

The following interactive student activities are three of the most effective ways to encourage more speech in your classroom. Set a problem or a question around a certain topic, and pair up your students. Encourage them to be empathic and truly live the case study. You’ll discover some good solution proposals and your students will learn some exceptional social skills. Games are so much fun for students since it doesn’t feel like learning.

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Find nearly any book by Douglas Selwyn. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Living History in the Classroom: Integrative Arts Activities for Making Social Studies Meaningful: ISBN 9781593633363 (978-1-59363-336-3) Softcover, Prufrock Press, 2008. Living History in the Classroomis ideal for use in social studies and humanities classrooms because the lessons transmit information in an engaging and entertaining way. Save valuable preparation time with complete lessons on historical issues and encourage all students to experience history by getting personally involved with the content

ntegrating the arts into all subject areas is proven to pique student interest and facilitate deeper connection with the material. These social studies activities encourage creative expression and inquiry to make learning personal and meaningful. Living History in the Classroom is ideal for use in social studies and humanities classrooms because the lessons transmit information in an engaging and entertaining way. Save valuable preparation time with complete lessons on historical issues and encourage all students to experience history by getting personally involved with the content. Students will love learning about history through mock trials, role-playing, political cartooning, period photography, creative writing and journals, building 3-D models, making masks, and music. Reproducible handouts, questions for discussion, assessments—including journals, portfolios, and student self-assessments—are included. Grades 5–12
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