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Learning social studies through discrepant event inquiry

William C. Bruce

Learning social studies through discrepant event inquiry

by William C. Bruce

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Published by Alpha Pub. Co. in Annapolis, MD .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Inquiry (Theory of knowledge),
  • Study skills.,
  • Social sciences -- Study and teaching.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementWilliam C. Bruce, Jean K. Bruce.
    ContributionsBruce, Jean K.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 280 p. ;
    Number of Pages280
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15380178M
    ISBN 101565060032

    Jul 6, - Explore M P's board "Discrepant Events", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Teaching science, Science experiments, Science pins. Mystery, along with Discrepant Event Inquiry (explained in my previous blog), is a highly motivating strategy that will do just that. Your students are in groups of four discussing topics about the colonization of what would become the United States, and you bring up the lost colony of Roanoke (perhaps in a Discrepant Event Inquiry).

      My hope is that teaching Social Studies through inquiry supports my students in continually learning about the world in a curious and open way. Some essential parts of inquiry in Social Studies.   Inquiry serves as the advisory portal to higher student achievement. Discrepant event inquiry lessons work as a teacher's basic tool to raise curriculum standards through discrepant event inquiry strategies. Explore and Explode Discrepant event inquiry supplies a powerful range of inborn tools ideal for any subject.

    The understanding of social studies is important both to the teachers and student for meaningful Social Studies instruction. The subject is increasingly vital in helping to create individuals who. With Social Studies Techbook, students don’t just learn about history. They experience it through project-based learning, inquiry, and civic engagement. This digital textbook pairs compelling core content with thought-provoking essential questions, primary source analysis, and project-based tasks.


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Learning social studies through discrepant event inquiry by William C. Bruce Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lesson Launch Blog. By Dr. Paul E. Binford. Past President, Mississippi Council for the Social Studies. This is the second of a two-part blog post on an engaging and flexible social studies teaching strategy known as the Discrepant Event Inquiry. Part Two: Assassination.

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WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. The Discrepant Event Inquiry is described in A Link to the Past (pp. The lead author, Michael M. Yell, is a middle school teacher in Wisconsin, a National Social Studies Teacher of the Year recipient, and a past president of the National Council for the Social Studies.

Here’s how Yell (et al.) describes the DEI strategy. This inquiry serves as a strategy for higher-order thinking as well as an excellent motivator for student learning. DEI aligns very strongly with McREL’s nine Classroom Instruction that Works strategies, especially the Generating Hypotheses idea.

You can find some good ideas in Learning Social Studies Through Discrepant Event Inquiry. Written by the lead authors of the C3 Framework, Inquiry-Based Practice in Social Studies Education: Understanding the Inquiry Design Model presents a conceptual base for shaping the classroom experience through inquiry-based teaching and their Inquiry Design Model (IDM), the authors present a field-tested approach for ambitious social studies s: 7.

A few years ago, I was introduced to “Discrepant Event Inquiry” from Glenn Wiebe. (Here is another post about it from his History Tech blog).The idea is that you take an image and only reveal a little bit at a time. As I reveal a little bit of the picture, the students must guess Who is in the picture, What is happening, When was the photograph taken, and Where is this taking place.

discrepant science events and discrepant teaching events. Examples of discrepant teaching events useful in mathematics and social studies are also provided. The article concludes with a discussion of the utilization of an “inquiry stance” to teaching as a way to address students’ misconceptions of discipline specific concepts.

Discrepant. Choose a station to find educational resources and station-sponsored events near you. Choose Station. Teacher Events. Sep Differentiating Math Lessons for a Range of Learners. Sep Teaching Lifelong Reading Habits Social Studies.

Explore the past and learn about the present with resources on government, history, economics, and. A Position Statement of the National Council for the Social Studies Approved Rationale. The advancement of “liberty and justice for all,” as envisioned by our country’s founders, requires that citizens have the knowledge, attitudes and values to both guard and endorse the principles of a.

inquirED's inquiry-based social studies curriculum was built from the C3 Framework, integrating Civics, Economics, Geography, and History.

Find out more >>> inquirED’s lessons align to the core competencies created by the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL). The Best Inquiry Based Social Studies Lessons on the Web By: peacefieldhistory comment As you begin to learn about inquiry-based Social Studies education, you might find the quality pre-written inquiries are hard to come by.

Through social inquiry, students ask questions, gather information, and examine the background to important societal ideas and events. They are able to explore and analyse values and perspectives relating to these ideas and events; and develop understandings about issues and the ways that people make decisions and participate in social action.

Annenberg Learner/Social Studies & History - A collection of lesson plans related to teaching a variety of social studies topics. New Visions Social Studies has developed a strong scope and sequence for Global History and Geography I, Global History and Geography II, and US History and Government.

Through the investigation and analysis of. The Inquiry Design Model for Tasks The Black Death exercise is an example of an inquiry-based task that uses the Inquiry Design Model (IDM) developed by some of the key authors of the C3.

They describe these tasks as “bigger than a lesson, smaller than a unit”—just right for teachers who want to implement inquiry-based learning but may not feel comfortable devoting a unit to it. ASCD Customer Service. Phone Monday through Friday a.m p.m. ASCD () Address North Beauregard St.

Alexandria, VA My use of this strategy received a boost when I came across a book titled Learning Social Studies through Discrepant Event Inquiry by William C. and Jean K.

Bruce. 3 The book contained more than seventy discrepant event stories, such as the one cited at the beginning of this article, for use in the social studies classroom.

Although. Social Studies is an office within OSPI that provides guidance for the development and implementation of Washington social studies learning standards and assessments. Watch Supt. Chris Reykdal present the keynote address to hundreds of social studies educators in Skamania.

Assessments. Social studies classroom-based assessments are designed to help districts, schools, teachers, parents, and. - These teaching ideas were borrowed from the users of Pinterest and various websites.

Thanks so much!. See more ideas about Science experiments, Fun science, Teaching science pins. Inquiry Project Template Inquiry Power Point. World History. Unit 1: How do we know the truth.

Unit 3: What Did America learn from the Pax Romana. Unit 5: Were the Crusades really about religion. Unit 6: When are revolutions worth the cost.

Unit 9: What happens when people fight over power. Unit Why can't we all just be friends?. The first phase of inquiry (often produced by strategies for promoting inquiry-based learning) is one characterized by interaction.

This interaction can be: Student-to-material. This material is ideally obtained through formal (i.e., research) and informal (e.g., reading, social and digital media, collaboration) means.Inquiry: A Natural Strategy for Social Studies Michael M.

Yell / Social Education Vol 66 No 3. Imagine that an American history teacher begins a lesson by telling the following story. Ina young boy named John lived on a farm in a beautiful, mountainous, wooded area in Eastern Tennessee.

His family planted corn and raised animals for meat.in social studies. Recognize different forms of evidence used to make meaning in social studies (including sources such as art and photographs, artifacts, oral histories, maps, and graphs).

Recognize different forms of evidence used to make meaning in social studies (including primary and secondary sources, such as art and photographs.