The use of literary sources in social studies, K-8 : techniques for teachers to include literature in instruction
- Bukowiecki, Elaine M., 1947- author.
- Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 
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- xv, 199 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
LB1584 .B78 2014
- Unknown LB1584 .B78 2014
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Preface Introduction Chapter 1: Why Include Literature Sources in Social Studies Instruction, Kindergarten-Grade 8? Chapter 2: Extending the Facts: Using Nonfiction to Complement Social Studies Textbook Content Chapter 3: Learning About People: Including Biographies, Autobiographies, and Historical Fiction in Social Studies Instruction Chapter 4: Traditional Literature, Fiction, Nonfiction, and Poetry to Recognize the Beliefs, Values, Institutions, and Culture of a Group of People Chapter 5: Putting It All Together: Implementing a Literature Library for Social Studies Learning Afterword: Why Should I Include Varied Literature in My Social Studies Classroom? About the Author Appendix A: The Themes of Social Studies (National Curriculum Standards for Social Studies, (2010) Appendix B: Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects, K-5 (Common Core State Standards, 2010) Appendix C: Standards for English Language Arts, 6-12 (Common Core State Standards, 2010).
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- Publisher's Summary
- The Use of Literary Sources in Social Studies, K-8 is a resource for teachers who wish to include varied literary genres in their social studies instruction along with a required social studies textbook. The literature described and exemplified in this book includes fiction, nonfiction, biographies, autobiographies, historical fiction, poetry, fairy tales, folktales, tall tales, and legends. Throughout this book, different instructional suggestions are presented for inclusion with varied social studies topics and literature sources. Each chapter contains questions and pedagogical strategies for critically reading and responding to varied literary genres, modifications to meet the needs of diverse learners, assessment techniques, information tied to technology and the "new literacies, " and connections to the National Curriculum Standards for the Social Studies: A Framework for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (2010) and the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy in History/Social studies, Science, and Technical Subjects (2010). The final chapter of this book describes the development and implementation of a classroom library for social studies teaching and learning.
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- Elaine M. Bukowiecki.