Designing Effective Instruction for Secondary Social Studies
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Designed to keep pace with educational reform movements that have increased the responsibilities of classroom teachers, this book show preservice and in-service social studies teachers how to design courses that are efficient and effective and that emphasize the values, concepts, and skills that are characteristic of the content. Key Topics: This book focuses on an integrated organizational pattern that helps teachers gain insights into the social studies as a curriculum and instructional field; relate social studies understandings with disciplinary subject matter content and processes; recognize the relationships that exist between the components of instruction for design and development purpose; and plan and present courses, units and lessons that are based upon a specific model of instruction. This book encourages social studies teachers to present issues from many different points of view, thus implementing social studies standards for increased use of reflective and critical thinking in today's classrooms. It provides systematic procedures and step-by- step models to help both beginning and experienced teachers design, develop and execute instruction to meet the challenge of conflicting and overlapping course goals.
Prentice Hall College Div
Upper Saddle River
Social Sciences, Secondary Education
Education | Secondary Education
Dynneson, Thomas L. and Gross, Richard E., "Designing Effective Instruction for Secondary Social Studies" (1995). UTPB Authors' Works. 13.