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TSSI Resources

Instructional Strategies for Social Studies

Instructional Strategies for Social Studies Reading Strategies for Social Studies - ppt "Content Literacy is the ability to use reading and writing for the acquisition of new content in a given discipline" -- McKenna and Robinson, 1990. The purpose of these activities is to help teachers effectively engage students with difficult content in their classes using reading and writing strategies.

Instruction/Strategies for Accessing the Social Studies Curriculum/Teacher Tools | Special Connections

Teacher Tools Related to Social Studies Big Ideas Principle The Big Idea principle is a way to bring order to the breadth of social studies content by organizing it around important concepts that are more specific than the ten Social Studies Standards and more specific than general social ideas such as Democracy or Community.

Inquiry-based Learning: Demonstration

In the"Explanation" section, you started to learn about what inquiry-based learning is. In this section, we will show you real-life examples of inquiry being used In classrooms and schools, as well as some sample "facilitation plans" that you might use in your own classroom.

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