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Students will collect ten (10) resources for each Mississippi College Career Readiness Strand to construct a Social Studies Resource Binder. Resources should be focused on the grade level you are teaching (7th -12th Grades).

If you are not currently teaching in grades 7th – 12th, select a grade level to focus on.
Due: March 10, 2022, by 11:59 PM Central Standard Time
Grade Level Teaching: Kindergarten
Below you will find the different content strands in social studies combine to give a clear picture of the past and present. Strands also give depth to the social studies curriculum, enabling students to grasp the complexity of events from the past and present and help them acquire critical thinking skills to make informed decisions in the future.
Collect ten (10) resources for each Mississippi College Career Readiness Strand to construct a Social Studies Resource Binder. 50 Resources total…..

Social Studies Resource Binder

Students will collect ten (10) resources for each Mississippi College Career Readiness Strand to construct a Social Studies Resource Binder. Resources should be focused on the grade level you are teaching (7th -12th Grades).

If you are not currently teaching in grades 7th – 12th, select a grade level to focus on.

Due: March 10, 2022, by 11:59 PM Central Standard Time

Grade Level Teaching: Kindergarten

Below you will find the different content strands in social studies combine to give a clear picture of the past and present. Strands also give depth to the social studies curriculum, enabling students to grasp the complexity of events from the past and present and help them acquire critical thinking skills to make informed decisions in the future.

Collect ten (10) resources for each Mississippi College Career Readiness Strand to construct a Social Studies Resource Binder. 50 Resources total…..

STRANDS

The 2018 Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards for the Social Studies is comprised of five (5) essential content strands: Civics, Civil Rights, Economics, Geography, and History.

the

Social

Studies

Civics

Civil Rights

Economics

Geography

History

Civics Strand

The civics strand should provide students with a basic understanding of civic life, politics, and government. It should help them understand the workings of their own and other political systems as well as the relationship of American politics and government to world affairs. Civics instruction provides a basis for understanding the rights and responsibilities of citizens in American constitutional democracy and a framework for competent and responsible participation. The civics strand should be expanded by related learning experiences, in both school and community, that enable students to learn how to participate in their own governance.

Civil Rights Strand

Mississippi Code 37-13-193 requires the Mississippi Department of Education to work with the Mississippi Civil Rights Education Commission to incorporate civil rights education into the state’s K-12 educational programs. Civil rights education, as understood by the writers of this framework, is defined as the mastery of content, skills and values that are learned from a focused and meaningful exploration of civil rights issues (both past and present), locally, nationally and globally. This education should lead learners to understand and appreciate issues such as social justice, power relations, diversity, mutual respect, and civic engagement. Students should acquire a working knowledge of tactics engaged by civil rights activists to achieve social change. Among these are: demonstrations, resistance, organizing, and collective action/unity. The content was incorporated as a content strand throughout the entire K-12 framework at the recommendation of the Mississippi Civil Rights Commission.

Economics Strand

The economic strand should help students gain an understanding of economic concepts, while demonstrating an understanding of economic and financial literacy inn order to make informed financial decisions throughout their lives. The strand is integrated throughout the K-12 curriculum emphasizing economic reasoning. Throughout the K-12 curriculum, students will grasp an understanding of markets and the U.S. economy in a global setting.

Geography Strand

The geography strand equips students with the knowledge, skills, and perspectives of world geography. Students will learn how to use geographic thinking and information to make well reasoned decisions and to solve personal and community problems. The geography strand will enable students to use geographic perspectives, knowledge, and skills to engage in ethical action with regard to self, other people, other species, and Earth’s diverse cultures and natural environments.

History Strand

The history strand investigates events that change the way people live. History is a record of the past, of people who changed society. We learn history from 2 sources: primary and

secondary sources. The strand looks into how the past shape does the present, how have people and events changed society, and how have influences of other, more powerful countries, affected countries today.

Sequencing

Kindergarten

Citizenship at Home and School

First Grade

Citizenship at School

Second Grade

School and the Community

Third Grade

Local Government

Fourth Grade

Mississippi Studies and Regions

Fifth Grade

United States History from Pre-Columbian Era to

American Revolution

Sixth Grade

Civics and the World

Seventh Grade

Early World History or Compacted

Eighth Grade

United States History from Exploration to 1877

Organization

of Document

Grade Level

or Course

Standards

Strand

Theme or

Description

Kindergarten Section of Mississippi College Career Readiness for Social Studies Standards

KINDERGARTEN

THEME: CITIZENSHIP AT HOME AND SCHOOL

CIVICS

STANDARD

OBJECTIVE(S)

CI.K.1

Examine how individuals play different roles and exercise good citizenship.

1.

2.

Identify characteristics of a good citizen.

Propose ways on how to be a good citizen at home and in the classroom.

CI.K.2

Demonstrate knowledge of how to be a good citizen.

1. 2.

3.

Define citizen, citizenship, rights, and responsibilities.

Name rights and responsibilities of individuals.

Distinguish the difference between rights and responsibilities.

4.

Identify the role of rules.

5.

Explain the role of consequences when rules are not followed.

CI.K.3

Describe the role and responsibilities of authority figures.

1. 2.

3.

Identify authority figures.

Explain the role of an authority figure.

Determine the responsibilities of authority figures.

4.

Explain how all people can play important roles in a community.

ECONOMICS

STANDARD

OBJECTIVE(S)

E.K.1

Identify and explain the function of money.

1. Recognize monetary units.

2. Distinguish between spending and saving.

3. Illustrate how money is used in daily life.

E.K.2

Distinguish between goods and services.

1. 2.

Define goods and services.

Describe examples of the goods and services.

3.

Explain how people obtain goods and services.

E.K.3

Differentiate between needs and wants of individuals.

4.

Examine the cost of goods and services provided by the community.

1.

2.

Define and identify needs and wants. Classify items as wants or needs.

CIVIL RIGHTS

STANDARD

OBJECTIVE(S)

CR.K.1

Explore the similarities and differences of individuals and families.

1.

2.

Define similarities and differences.

Examine the benefits of similarities and differences in individuals and families.

CR.K.2

Describe and explain traditions and contributions of various cultures.

1.

2.

Define culture.

Recognize ways people celebrate their diverse cultural heritage (literature, language, games, songs, dances, holidays, etc.).

3.

Analyze ways people celebrate their diverse cultural heritage.

CR.K.3

Explain the cultural diversity in the classroom.

1.

2.

Identify unity and diversity.

Identify different types of cultural diversity within the classroom.

3.

Propose different ways to encourage unity and diversity at home and within the classroom.

GEOGRAPHY

STANDARD

OBJECTIVE(S)

G.K.1

Identify a sense of place relative to an individual.

1.

2.

Create a map to identify locations of familiar places.

Demonstrate terms related to location, direction, size, and distance (up, down, left, right, far, near, etc.).

G.K.2

Describe physical features of the environment.

1. 2.

3.

Differentiate between land forms and bodies of water.

Identify how physical features impact communities.

Describe different ways physical environments may change over time (erosion, hurricanes, etc.).

G.K.3

Recognize maps, graphs, and other representations of the earth.

1.

2.

Explain representations of the earth using technology, maps, and globes.

Identify cardinal and intermediate directions (e.g., north, northeast, northwest, southeast, southwest, east, and west).

3.

Locate the local community, Mississippi and the United States using maps and globes.

HISTORY

STANDARD

OBJECTIVE(S)

H.K.1

Recognize symbols, customs, and celebrations representative of our community, Mississippi and the United States.

1. 2.

3.

Define symbols and customs.

Identify school, community, state and national symbols (e.g., school mascot, community logo, Mississippi state flag, United States flag, American eagle, etc.).

State the pledge of allegiance and patriotic songs as expressions of patriotism.

4.

Explain historically significant events that shaped America.

H.K.2

Describe the impact of significant historical figures and events.

1.

2.

Identify historical figures that are used as symbols of American culture (currency, monuments, and place names, etc.).

Examine historical events that are significant to American culture (4th of July, Thanksgiving, Presidents Day, etc.).

The Social Studies Resources document serves as a centralized

tool to provide social studies teachers, schools, and districts

with the resources to effectively implement the 2018 Social

Studies Standards.

Conferences/Trainings Mississippi Department of

Education

• Social Studies Teachers
Workshop presented by The

MS Dept of Archives and

History

• Making Connection
Conference

• MS Economic Council
Meeting

• National Council for the
Social Studies Conference

• MS Dept of Education
Social Studies Homepage

• MS Dept of Education
Listserv

• MS Dept of Education
Textbook Adoption List

• Literacy in History
Standards K-12 p. 102 &

126

• MS Dept of Education
Professional Development

Calendar

Professional Development (online)

• National History Day

• National Council for History Education

• National Council for Public History

Mississippi Resources

• MS Dept of Archives and History

• MS History Now

• MS Historical Society

• Delta Blues Museum

• Museum of MS History

• MS Blues Trail Curriculum

Social Studies Resources

World History Resources

• Children and Youth in History

• EDSITEment!

• EyeWitness to History

• Interactive Maps

• Student Handbooks

• World History Matters

United States History Resources

• Library of Congress

• National Archives

• American President Speeches Archives

• Standford History Education Group

• Historical Thinking Matters

• USA*Gov (Education)

• MPB (Liberty The American Revolution)

• University of Maryland Baltimore (History Education)

• Icivics

• Classroom Law Project

• Teaching American History

• Smithsonian Education

• National WWII Museum

• The Idea of America

• Voices of Democracy

Online Resources

• History Channel (History Education)

• Teaching Channel (Videos)

• National Geographic (Videos and Photos)

• Natural Park Service: Natchez Trace

• Footprints in the Dust: The Natchez Trace

• Eudora Welty

• MS AG Museum

• MS State Capital Museum

• MS Civil Rights Museum

Generic Educational Resources Lesson Resources

• Literacy Focus of the
Month

o *Elementary
o *Secondary

• Marzano Vocabulary
Activities

• Defining “Best Practices”
in Teaching by Rebecca

Alber

• Social Studies Passages
by Newsela

• Social Studies Passages
by Commonlit

• National Educational
Association

• Education World Social
Studies Lessons

• Teacher Vision

• Louisiana Believes Social
Studies Resources

• Engage NY Social Studies

• National Park Virtual Tours

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Social Studies Resource Binder

Angel Winslow

March 6, 2022

ED 526

Dr. Black

Total Points : 8/50 pts

Revisions needed TO BE SUBMITTED BY MARCH 18TH


Social Studies Resources

The 2018 Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards for the Social Studies encompasses five essential content strands: Civics, Civil Rights, Economics, Geography, and History strand.

Civics Strand

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E books

This system is taking students from traditional mode of learning to modern formats. It involves usage of toolkits and trainers in simulating these formats for classroom assessments.

Open course

This resource aims in introducing the US. Scholars and trainers into the country’s constitutional dispensations and philosophical understanding of their systems. Renowned scholars have used online platform to digest these issues of inequality and misrepresentation. the organization focuses on training a d offering guidelines to the US. Citizens o how public finance and issues are outlined.

Online course series

This free online system is aimed in promoting democracy in the US. Government processes. Participants have access o online database to better gauge their government performance while actively criticizing the derailing zones that need major changes. Another thing is the ability to train citizens on how to better become profitable citizens to the US growth socioeconomically.

Daily podcasts

For this section, the US government deems to provide co distant audio and video messages to the public in bid to counter the derailing civic education practices in major states. The briefings include quizzes accompanies by video that sure expected to be answered y citizens patriotic to the nation and then offering advice and possible plans for change. They use diets like YouTube , Spottily and Apple.inc to foster these deliberations.

Lesson plans

This system is good for the K-12 students in classroom assessment. The result see a culminations of teacher-student learning thereby easing the transition from one class to another. By offering voting lessons, this resource also attributes to sp3cial occasions like the black and women history months respectively.

We the People program

This system advocates to improve voter competency by using new earning protocols like an enhances textbooks in the elementary and secondary schools. As such, history and principles of the US constitution is also addressed thereby controlling the challenges driven by poor civic education. The program supports state bar a associations like the ABA to focus on their goals and foundations like the American Law organizations. The objective is to enhance a wide scope of legitimate electorates while knowing their rights. This resource is ok.. please include a picture of this program resource and use citations. Dr.. Black

Project Citizen

This curriculum is actively based on citizenry and vote training. Most persons age in loved in research and proposal-based interventions acting as a class to monitor public policy and debates. With these finding, the student makes an elaborate alternative. For a class presentation regarding the society or community problems at hand. A good design entailing a political action plan is capable of convincing the government or leadership in adopting these new community proposed policies.

Civitas international

This organization provides holistic civic education curricula not just in the US. But to over 80 country’s globally. This organization has collaborated with other governments. And ngo’s to do civic education in training teachers from Europe Asia and the rest parts of the world. Civitas have unique partnerships that ensure quality training and association from the US. To other aspiring partners.

Res Publica

This is an international framework for democracy. It develops resource in supporting a programmer in I proving international curriculum. These are educational programs for building g better citizen nit just in the US but the e tire world.

Literature for Young adults

It talks on issues violence a d the world security. These sites and journals aid student t and teachers Bain the benefits of knowing each other’s constitutional. Rights. This is an annotated bibliography by Alita Zurzv Letwin

Civil Rights Strand

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Critique the narrative

This resource examined the challenges experienced by African Americans students and scholars in conceptualizing their rights. The system entailed a comparison between the traditional and modern civil right movements. For instance in the1960’s martin Luther. King jr black movement against racial discrimination.

Framing the movement

This involves the advocacy put forth by the management of and students at different schools in offering sustainable changes in learning procedures.

Desegregation

At one point, black activists advocated for a collaborative Christmas celebration. To bri g unity in America. It saw a sharing f public amenities by all in luring schools, sports, basic necessities, parks and even bars. All these issues were traditionally enjoyed by the white majorities.

Voting rights

By the 1960’s various races in America were still under pressure regarding their voting rights. However, under the Obama administration in 2013, saw laws being drafted to have inclusive human rights for all to vote independently disregarding their racial inclinations. The case of Holder versus Shelby County accounted for this changes that brought numerous changes.

Black power

Such human centers are used to bring change into discriminatory elements in society. In the US , it was witnessed in martin Luther king Jr fight for Bill and human rights . the a tivists advocated for a black and white Christmas celebrations to bring peace among all.

Labor and land

These rigbts are pushed by the minority US citizens to allow them ownership and inclusion to society. Before such intervention, the white majority owned numerous lands while the black minority was m6erely slaves. Hard labor with poor pay was witnessed creating divisions and animosity not just in the society but in workplaces. However, with world charter being created in 1945 by the United Nation , peace and tranquility emanated in the world.

Transnational Solidarity

Such global interventions were witnessed in the world by major leaders of changd like mahatma Gandhi , Nelson Mandela among others. Entirely, it was now an easy ordeal to bring equality to the eyes of the world but due to civilization and technological advancements, the world became a global village.

Study engagement and connections

With an increased level in freedom fight from many organizations, the space for growth and personal actualization is same. Scholar and trainers and opportunities to diversify and exchange information thereby providing educational and job spaces worldwide for all. There wax anti-war activism globally and locally in the US . The blacks and brown lives were enhanced by offering social and economic opportunities in their engagement. As such there was democratization of society and changes to the world.

Economics Strand

Each strand needs to be explained and Picture including… Dr. T. BLACK

The economic strand should help students gain an understanding of economic concepts, while demonstrating an understanding of economic and financial literacy inn order to make informed financial decisions throughout their lives. The strand is integrated throughout the K-12 curriculum emphasizing economic reasoning. Throughout the K-12 curriculum, students will

Council for economic resources

This forum has many resources for the K-12 learners and trainees. EconedLink, internet-oriented and the personally financed K-12 teachers and their students. The platform has free online lessons, videos and classroom chats that corroborates with other interactive sessions searchable by standard, grade level and concept. This system forms the basic economic platform for the classrooms via internet. This resource is ok.. please include a picture of this program resource and use citations. Dr.. Black

READY ASSESSMENTS

Ready Assessments is a social platform that allows teachers to consistently assess their students’ performance. The data found is capable of measuring real-time responses of students in their economic concepts and their personal finance. Moreover, in just four processes, the teachers can monitor and adjust their instructional approach to student learning. How does this resource supports and relate to Economics?. Dr.. Black

RESOURCES

This CEE store has been highly rated for its ability to produce printed quality materials for students both in the elementary, high school and the middle school. As such, CEE contains student manuals and teacher guides and lesson plans aimed at supporting the economic training of students and their personal financial security. How does this resource supports and relate to Economics?. Dr.. Black

Foundation for Teaching Economics (FTE)

FTE provides curriculum outlines accompanied by lesson plans. The system also provides hot and current issues together with economic barometers to the US government database. The information are read and downloaded online including; handouts, backgrounds, citations and other readings. Either, FTE are correlated and are merely voluntary in any standard of economics. Professional Teacher Association (PTA) is open to both online and physical engagements in training economics. This resource is ok.. please include a picture of this program resource and use citations.

Finance Avenues

Coming from the home of Knowl, he has vibrant and vast information regarding monetary concepts. While exploring site, trainers can take some courses, read tips and share ideas of Knowl with other parti3s of similar interest.

Finance Fitness For life (FFFL)

This system is comprehensive financial platform aiming to train economic students in K-12 grade on making thoughtful decisions about their personal finance. It may include; spending, earning, saving, investing and act of borrowing money from institutions. It also has a great network and student handbook for teachers to preview results.

Learning, Earning and Investing

This publication contains 21 lessons that offer active learning experiences that helps students with basics of investing. Basic language in finance is its primary role together with knowing the natjre of economic institutions capability in the US.

Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF)

This site is commonly used by the Nebraska. Teachers in maintaining their financial security in their classrooms. They offer personal finance seasons and arcade games in their site for interactive sessions. They have one hour live events that entail modules used inn earning gifts.

Marginal Revolution University

This site has a goal of providing the best economic lessons for everyone, everywhere. In the globe for free. Their principle is that everyone is a student, teacher or a curious individual with economic gist. By invoking issues of economy to family genetics, the institution believes that the world can become financially independent at various stages of their life.

Virtual Economics

This is. A must have resource in economics for students as it offers engagements and personal economic lessons hands-on that is relevant to classroom learning for students. It embodies he K-12 economics concepts and personal finance inclinations. Whether it is a quiz, test it a lesson plan, it shall offer a comprehensive setup .they are easy to use and are simply a click away.

High School Economics

The new and revised model brings different concepts to the learning of economics in academia. It is updated to contain contemporary references that showcase all economic problems f the world. It had been redesigned to meet current student needs while improving their economic thinking. This field is tested and aligned to contemporary standards of economics.

Economics in Action

This is a combination of role-plays and mystery lessons in economic while teaching the students of economics. For an economic test in a class level, a teacher can put some tests to address this ideology. For instance, having monetary terms like scarcity, opportunity cost, trade and inflation among others, are easily mastered by learners. This is a timeless teaching guide 7t with procedures.

Focus Globalization

High school trainers can harness power by expanding the lesson plan procedures to accommodate globalization terms of any kind. Being hands-on from trade, environment. And outsourcing, there is balance of tools providing students with globally-competitive skills

Geography Strand

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The geography strand equips students with the knowledge, skills, and perspectives of world geography. Students will learn how to use geographic thinking and information to make well reasoned decisions and to solve personal and community problems. The geography strand will enable students to use geographic perspectives, knowledge, and skills to engage in ethical action with regard to self, other people, other species, and Earth’s diverse cultures and natural environments.

Google Maps

Being a game changer, there is more issues that can be learnt by using Google Maps in teaching. However, not many trainers are taking advantage of this possible and educative platform. One can build yours, measure distances and also look at directions from their maps. The potential is huge and many students can check the Google maps website for more insights.

Ordinance survey

This survey website is based in the UK and contains some kid-friendly Information vital in learning of geography even by the K-12 groups.

The site has relevance worldwide in that students can learn geography, map skills and games using the GIS App. It has bright and friendly color presentation.

Geogspace

This app is Australian-based but can also work anywhere in the globe. It is better of with teachers since it has a fieldwork of ICT and geography training and lots of sharing practices by teachers. It is solely recommended got new geography teaches since it has new ideas making their lesson more fun.

Google Lit Trips

This system combines literature and geography in an integrative session. For instance when reading s book that you once liked and trying to picture the protagonists’ role or direction, Google Trips is the best. They break this session into various drama and artistic platforms contain in platforms of place, environments and the stories used respectively. It is easy to link how such stories and place visitation are closely related to student personal experience.

Map Your Memories

This is more of testing in the kit. As seen in Becky Cooper’s interview of some people in New York, memories are shared by comparing the many places they visited in the past. This idea has captured imaginations of many as seen being practiced in cities like London and Istanbul.

National Geographic

This one of the best sites in the world showcasing much student knowledge in the animal kingdom learning. The concept deals with professionals from the forks of biology, Oceanic dives, photography, journalism, tourist and also hotel management. However, it also has dangerous experiences considering the areas that learners a d teachers visit for knowledge collection. Hence from a learning perspective, NatGeo world provides the best animal documentaries ever seen in human history viable fie quality student knowledge. This resource is ok.. please include a picture of this program resource and use citations. Be sure to Revis grammar and wording. Dr.. Black

EarthExplorers

This learning environment blends the GIS system together with the issues found at respective historical sites. Many institutions joined by ESRI have accounted for these endeavors.

For example the university of Minnesota media lab. The site offers students a chance to compare local, regional and historical sites technologically.

WeExplore

This medium is an adventure-based learning experience that gives students views on an inquiry based approach. Many contemporary issues can be explored but done technologically

.national council for geography education is persevered by the dedication and hard work of its members. This state alliance lives on. However, every state works with professional teachers to offer development, lessons and possible networking.

Powerful Geography

It was coined by the Grosvenor institute of geographical education, and center for research in Texas State. It has worked as the cutting edge of pedagogy in the modern age movement of geographical works. Students can gain more here by visiting the site and online disposal trainings for more exposures.

History Strand

The history strand investigates events that change the way people live. History is a record of the past, of people who changed society. We learn history from 2 sources: primary and

Secondary sources. The strand looks into how the past shape does the present, how have people and events changed society, and how have influences of other, more powerful countries, affected countries today.

SHEG’s world history lesson

These world histories help engage and compose teachers’ curriculum in many history. For instance the pyramids of Egypt and to the Chinese revolution story, SHEG’s offers a system of world histories that are formidable and entertaining for all learners. There are already over 40 news stories at SHEG despite having more entertaining ones on the way.

Children and Youth in History

This strategy helps students grasp the world history better form a similar-age teaching perspective. This site offers primary sources for youths and also guides for studrnts to follow ye vast arrays of information collected in the site for viewing

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

This online exhibition is prompt in providing valuable resource for teaching students on matters holocaust. Teacher are able to create important topics around issues like anti-Semitism anf the Jewish life systems. Many projects and research are also a accessible for students online to allow them learn more on the issues pertaining holocaust. This resource is ok.. please include a picture of this program resource and use citations. Dr.. Black

KidsPast.com

Teachers and students have a reflective elem3nt online from their past encounters in a blast medium of entertainment whether one is certain a history lesson or a prehistoric human concept, it is vital to incorporate

History Channel

The site is used in complementing history lessons by using audio and video recordings from celebrated speeches. However, this concept id aligned either some of the most famous events in the history of the world like Hiroshima and Nagasaki incidents.

Teaching History

This website is responsible for those teachers and students interested in anything related to the learning 9f history. It has many lesson plans and teaching guides that can help trainers shape their instructions in fun-based curricula.

PBS Learning Media CrashCourse

The CrashCourse offers the best online digital format in explaining world history.

The emerging and imaginative videos can be watched by these students while

Choosing high profile topics like the fall of the Roman Empire.

National Geographic

This famous magazine has one of the good history showcasing some of the best world histories like the fall of the USSR. Either, students can also download and engage others from different geographical zones for more histories about their land. This information can be put in teachers lesson plans to help students understand the history of the world. Other suggestions can be put online via Facebook and Twitter for knowledge comparison. This resource is ok.. please include a picture of this program resource and use citations. Dr.. Black

Podcasts

In your secondary classroom, students can hear videos and audios on issues related to world history.

The 20-30 minute interview of museum experts IA deemed for those in the 6th-8th grade students. It gives a first person perspective and a behind the scene effect of data collection in artifacts.

Archived Webinars

One can watch 30 minutes archived webinars where online issues relating to world history showcased in respective museums. Both teachers and students can use this site in classroom and home to have more insight in matters pertaining famous world stories like in Egypt, the discovery of Cleopatra’s remains in the pyramid.

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Each strand name strand resources for example:

Geography Strand Resources

An example below:

Economics Strand

The economic strand should help students gain an understanding of economic concepts, while demonstrating an understanding of economic and financial literacy inn order to make informed financial decisions throughout their lives. The strand is integrated throughout the K-12 curriculum emphasizing economic reasoning. Throughout the K-12 curriculum, students will grasp an understanding of markets and the U.S. economy in a global setting.

1. Foundation for Teaching Economics

Foundation for Teaching Economics’ is a resource to promote excellence in economic education by helping teachers become more effective educators, FTE offers different professional development opportunities to teachers (n.d). Each program format provides methodological and content instruction. Participants learn to incorporate activity-based lessons into their economics classes (n.d).

Reference:

Selective pre-college programs in economics, business, and history. Foundation For Teaching Economics. (n.d.). Retrieved March 14, 2022, from https://www.fte.org/economics-summer-programs/?campaignid=1041893171&adgroupid=58105627344&adid=576495597107&gclid=Cj0KCQjwz7uRBhDRARIsAFqjuln5dX0h4Fs6Y7jyzQqL8i4vxRu6W709kZpOVTyxWfPdebWfRsxv5NoaAiADEALw_wcB

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Social Studies Resource Binder



Angel Winslow

Spring 2022

Kindergarten Social Studies

Mississippi Valley State University

ED 526: Trends Teaching Social Studies

Dr. Thea Williams-Black


Civics Strand

The civics strand should provide students with a basic understanding of civic life, politics, and government. It should help them understand the workings of their own and other political systems as well as the relationship of American politics and government to world affairs. Civics instruction provides a basis for understanding the rights and responsibilities of citizens in American constitutional democracy and a framework for competent and responsible participation. The civics strand should be expanded by related learning experiences, in both school and community, that enable students to learn how to participate in their own governance.

1. iCivics

The brainchild of Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, this interactive website aims to teach students civics and to inspire them to be active participants in our democracy. The site provides information resources and games for students, as well as teaching resources for an engaging civics curriculum for adults who work with children.

iCivics.org

2.
https://www.civiced.org/home

3. https://allsidesforschools.org/

4. http://yli236.youthleadership.net/

5. Campaign for the Civic Mission of Schools

This site offers a number of civic education resources for educators, as well as a nonpartisan advocacy plan to reinstate civic education in schools.

http://CivicMissionofSchools.org

6. The Center for Civic Education

A nonprofit, nonpartisan educational corporation dedicated to promoting an enlightened and responsible citizenry committed to democratic principles and actively engaged in the practice of democracy in the United States and other countries.

http://CivicEd.org

7. Annenberg Classroom

The Leonore Annenberg Institute for Civics sponsors the Annenberg Classroom website, which offers extensive resources focused on civics education, including lesson plans, videos, and discussion boards.

AnnenbergClassroom.org

8. Civics Engagement for kids (VIDEO)

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://m.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3D1icVQPjP4DA&ved=2ahUKEwia67Kd5cn2AhUOnGoFHT8IAocQxa8BegQIBBAF&usg=AOvVaw29YWSgkWnH_nl8lvbB5mtn

9. How Action Civics Teaches Our Kids to Protest (Video)

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.heritage.org/civil-society/event/virtual-event-how-action-civics-teaches-our-kids-protest&ved=2ahUKEwibofmG5sn2AhVFl2oFHZCPCPQ4HhCjtAF6BAgHEAE&usg=AOvVaw0VaVasV0qEr-WQqS8OX_sk

10.

History Strand

The history strand investigates events that change the way people live. History is a record of the past, of people who changed society. We learn history from 2 sources: primary and

secondary sources. The strand looks into how the past shape does the present, how have people and events changed society, and how have influences of other, more powerful countries, affected countries today.

1. Delta Blues Museum

The Delta Blues Museum is a resource dedicated to creating a welcoming place where visitors find meaning, value, and perspective by exploring the history and heritage of the unique American musical art form of the blues. Since 1999, the Delta Blues Museum has been housed in the historic Clarksdale freight depot, built in 1918 for the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Railroad. The building was designated a Mississippi Landmark Property in 1996. The former freight area and the adjacent Muddy Waters expansion – about seven thousand square feet of ground floor space – is devoted to permanent and traveling exhibits.

2. Mississippi Department of Archives and History

The Mississippi Department of Archives and History was founded in 1902 to collect, preserve, and provide access to the archival resources of the state. By preserving Mississippi’s diverse historic resources and sharing them with people around the world, MDAH inspires discovery of stories that connect our lives and shape our future.

3. Mississippi Historical Society

The Mississippi Historical Society was organized in Jackson on November 9, 1858, under the scholarly leadership of B.L.C. Wailes, but survived less than two years. It was reorganized in 1890, and by 1898, under the editorship of Franklin L. Riley, the society had issued the first of fourteen volumes of the Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society, a notable series that was to set the tone for other distinguished society publications. In 1902 the society played a central role in establishing the Department of Archives and History, and the two organizations worked together to produce five additional volumes of the Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society between 1916 and 1925.

4.
Teaching History

This site is designed to help K–12 history teachers access resources and materials to improve U.S. history education in the classroom and through distance learning.

https://teachinghistory.org/

Civil Rights Strand

Mississippi Code 37-13-193 requires the Mississippi Department of Education to work with the Mississippi Civil Rights Education Commission to incorporate civil rights education into the state’s K-12 educational programs. Civil rights education, as understood by the writers of this framework, is defined as the mastery of content, skills and values that are learned from a focused and meaningful exploration of civil rights issues (both past and present), locally, nationally and globally. This education should lead learners to understand and appreciate issues such as social justice, power relations, diversity, mutual respect, and civic engagement. Students should acquire a working knowledge of tactics engaged by civil rights activists to achieve social change. Among these are: demonstrations, resistance, organizing, and collective action/unity. The content was incorporated as a content strand throughout the entire K-12 framework at the recommendation of the Mississippi Civil Rights Commission.

1. Mississippi Civil Rights Museum

This resource is used to explore the Civil Rights Movement with students on a field trip to the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum. Trace the history of the Movement, learn the names of everyday heroes, and hear the stories of those who took a courageous stand for justice and equality. 

2. Rocket Like Mae Jemison

Rocket like Mae Jemison by crafting a paper rocket! Learn about Mae Jemison with a book or worksheet, and then have your child create a paper rocket with their picture inside. Help them imagine reaching for the stars, just like Mae, in their very own rocket. Perfect for young learners in preschool through second grade, this activity highlights both math and non-fiction comprehension skills.

Mae Jemison was the first African American woman to enter space. She is a doctor, researcher, and dancer. After becoming a doctor, she joined the Peace Corps and served in Africa. Later, she joined NASA and became a crew member of the space shuttle Endeavour. After her travels in space, she left NASA to start companies and continue researching how to get to a new star.

What You Need:

Picture of your child with their face cut out

Assortment of construction paper

Scissors

Glue

Scrap paper for notes about what your child says

Tape (optional)


Pictures
of Mae Jemison in space


Video
of an astronaut floating in space

Book about Mae Jemison, like

Ready-to-Read – You Should Meet: You Should Meet Mae Jemison

or

Astronaut Mae Jemison

(optional)


Who Is Mae Jemison?
worksheet (optional)

What You Do:

1. Ask your child to share things they know about space. Feel free to jot down some notes based on what they say.

2. Read a book to your child about Mae Jemison, or use the worksheet Who Is Mae Jemison? for ideas. Discuss the questions in the worksheet with your child.

3. Ask your child what they think it would be like to travel to space. Show them
pictures
of Mae in space and pictures of space itself. They can also see a
video
of an astronaut floating in space.

4. Ask your child to point out things they notice about space so far. Feel free to jot down some notes based on what they say.

5. Explain to your child that Mae Jemison is trying to figure out how to go to a new solar system. Tell them that solar systems are filled with planets that orbit, or travel around, a star.

6. Tell your child to imagine Mae Jemison was successful finding out how to get to another star and they are an astronaut on the rocket traveling to that star. Have your child create a paper rocket ship. They can cut:

a long rectangle for the body of the ship a triangle for the top of the ship little circles or squares for the windows

two rhombuses for the fins at the bottom of the rocket wavy flames for the exhaust

7. Have your child glue all the pieces of the rocket as seen in the picture.

8. Ask your child to cut out their face from the picture to add to one of the windows of the rocket. If they want to bring family along with them, have them add more people to each window.

9. Finish the activity by asking what your child wonders about space. Write some notes about their thoughts to guide future activities and read-aloud books.

An extension for this activity is to create a rocket that can soar in the air and then discuss the distance the rocket travels. The ideas for scientific extension are endless!

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3. League of Women Voters

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
lwv.org

4. Social Studies for Kids (Video)

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://m.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3DpuarPOoJUy8&ved=2ahUKEwia67Kd5cn2AhUOnGoFHT8IAocQxa8BegQIBhAF&usg=AOvVaw0R4ih0kUavOC3ygz-miNMD

Geography Strand

The geography strand equips students with the knowledge, skills, and perspectives of world geography. Students will learn how to use geographic thinking and information to make well reasoned decisions and to solve personal and community problems. The geography strand will enable students to use geographic perspectives, knowledge, and skills to engage in ethical action with regard to self, other people, other species, and Earth’s diverse cultures and natural environments.

Economics Strand

The economic strand should help students gain an understanding of economic concepts, while demonstrating an understanding of economic and financial literacy inn order to make informed financial decisions throughout their lives. The strand is integrated throughout the K-12 curriculum emphasizing economic reasoning. Throughout the K-12 curriculum, students will grasp an understanding of markets and the U.S. economy in a global setting.

1. Foundation for Teaching Economics

Foundation for Teaching Economics’ is a resource to promote excellence in economic education by helping teachers become more effective educators, FTE offers different professional development opportunities to teachers. Each program format provides methodological and content instruction. Participants learn to incorporate activity-based lessons into their economics classes 

2. Kindergarten Nana

Kindergarten Nana

Needs and Wants

This is a resource used for a Social Studies curriculum was made up of different strands – under the economics strand which had benchmarks that covered what it means to be a consumer and producer, and the difference between needs and wants.

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