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Elem Humanities Ed

by: Annamae Kutch

Elem Humanities Ed EDEL 4109

Annamae Kutch
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Lydiah Nganga

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Date Created: 10/27/15
Zarrillo Chapter 11 EDEL 4109 Humanities methods Dr Nganga Democratic Citizenship What are the primary purposes goals of social studies l Good citizenship is recognized widely as the most important goal of social studies lAccording to NCSS the primary purpose of social studies is to help young people develop the ability to make informed and reasoned decisions for the public good as citizens of a culturally diverse democratic society in an interdependent world EIWhy P 254 Citizenship education amp Diversity lDe ne citizenship education in your own words lWhat comprises citizenship education lWhat should citizenship education do for our students lWhat content should be covered amp why lWhat are the lope holes of depending on textbooks as the only source of information for our teaching lWhat are the competing perspectives of citizenship education Examples Lessons in Citizenship education Zarrillo pp 260270 nd 2 grade rules amp laws ISLh grade Fair trials 611 grade Solving a school problem Lessons continued lDe ne service learning lWhat are the four criteria for service learning lHow can you use service learning to teach citizenship education lList type of service learning projects appropriate for each grade level K through 6th grade Citizenship education amp Classroom Management lHow is citizenship education related to classroom management lDescribe 3 things according to Zarrillo that Students at all grade levels should be allowed to do P 275 l Any questions ElReadings Daplass topic 10 16 amp Z arrillo 1213 2 pages summary of important points amp what this means to you as an educator due 913


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