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Format for setting up Warm Ups for Social Studies in Middle School! Format for setting up Warm Ups for Social Studies in Middle School! Format for setting up Warm Ups for Social Studies in Middle School! 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Projects, Social Studies Curriculum, Social Studies Lesson Plans, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, History Activities, History Teachers

Social Studies Warm-Ups for Middle School

So this comes from a request about how I do warm ups in my classroom. Our team does Warm Up packets per grading period. We plan for them for three days a week-- the other days we warm up by reviewing our memory chants/tricks or the students recite their memorization piece for the six weeks. Our warm ups generally work in TWO parts: There is one STAAR Formatted Question and one knowledge based question. The STAAR Formatted Question: This usually it comes from a Released STAAR Test. Students…

Click through for ideas to make social studies more interesting for your students! Click through for ideas to make social studies more interesting for your students! Social Studies For Kids, Social Studies Curriculum, Social Studies Lesson Plans, Kindergarten Social Studies, 6th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History

How to Make Social Studies Interesting - Alyssa Teaches

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Build a strong teaching foundation with these 12 science-backed middle and high school instructional strategies. From lesson hooks to teacher directions to higher level thinking, this list has you covered with use-tomorrow ideas. Leadership Lessons, Leadership Activities, Social Studies Activities, Physical Education Games, Group Activities, Cooperative Learning Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Writing, High School Writing

Your Guide to Project Based Learning in a Social Studies Classroom

Be a great social studies teacher with these use-tomorrow, science-backed teaching strategies.

Build a strong teacher toolbox with these 12 engaging, science-backed middle and high school activity ideas. From growing student vocabulary to using tactile learning and movement, this list has you covered with use-tomorrow ideas. Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Activities, Teachers Toolbox, New Teachers, High School Activities, Classroom Activities, Cooperative Learning Strategies, Leadership Lessons

Tips from a Master Teacher

These engaging, science-backed activity ideas are a must for you high school social studies classroom. - Let's Cultivate Greatness

Don’t make these mistakes when asking questions in your middle or high school social studies classroom. This blog post is packed with actionable advice and examples for creating differentiated, inclusive, and inquiry-centered lessons. Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, Teacher Toolkit, Leadership Lessons, History Class, Teaching Strategies, Questions To Ask, Activity Ideas, High School Students

3 Mistakes You Want to Stop Making

Don’t make these mistakes when asking questions in your middle or high school social studies classroom. This blog post is packed with actionable advice and examples for creating differentiated, inclusive, and inquiry-centered lessons.

Research skills are an important part of any information literacy curriculum. This blog post will help you teach your students how to access, analyze, evaluate and communicate information. Includes ideas and tips on how to do a successful research project in the elementary library media center or ELA or reading classroom. #stayingcoolinthelibrary Social Studies Notebook, Social Studies Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, Information Literacy, Student Information, Research Skills, Research Projects, Library Skills

Teaching the Research Process

Research skills are an important part of any information literacy curriculum. This blog post will help you teach your students how to access, analyze, evaluate and communicate information. Includes ideas and tips on how to do a successful research project in the elementary library media center or ELA or reading classroom. #stayingcoolinthelibrary

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Structure Strips: Training wheels for making claims with evidence

Structure Strips: Training wheels for making claims with evidence | History Tech

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Cold War Explained: World History Review

The very basics to understanding the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States. An emphasis on the foreign policy of containment with specific ...

There are so many wonderful middle school geography activities you can do with your tweens to make the subject interactive and interesting for them. Use family vacations to teach them how to read a map, add tools like scavenger hunts to your lesson plans to show them how to use an atlas, and make projects like volcanoes and caves so they will learn about the earth. Help kids understand the world they live in through fun hands-on geography activities like those listed here. Hands On Geography, Middle School Geography, World Geography, Geography Lesson Plans, Geography Activities, Hands On Activities, Social Studies Classroom, History Classroom, Teaching History

Hands-on Geography Activities

There are so many wonderful middle school geography activities you can do with your tweens to make the subject interactive and interesting for them. Use family vacations to teach them how to read a map, add tools like scavenger hunts to your lesson plans to show them how to use an atlas, and make projects like volcanoes and caves so they will learn about the earth. Help kids understand the world they live in through fun hands-on geography activities like those listed here.

Are you a teacher or student of history? These podcasts can make history come alive for you- don't miss out! Google Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Middle School History, Social Studies Classroom, History Teachers, School Daze, Teacher Hacks, Study Motivation, Kid Activities

History Podcasts

Are you a teacher or student of history? These podcasts can make history come alive for you- don't miss out! #sotospeak #history #historyclass #historyteacher #iteachhistory #podcasts #educationalpodcasts

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Big List of Social Studies Journal Prompts – A Growing List

If you've visited my blog, you know that social studies is my first love. With that being said, I also enjoy teaching writing and I'm constantly looking for ways to combine writing and social studies.

Social studies is an often-neglected subject in elementary school –What we have here are strategies and ideas for integrating social studies into literacy routines plus recommended resources on close reading. Source by angela_watson - Social Studies Lesson Plans, Social Studies Notebook, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, History Education, Art Education, Literacy Strategies

Integrating Social Studies into Literacy Routines

Social studies is an often-neglected subject in elementary school --What we have here are strategies and ideas for integrating social studies into literacy routines plus recommended resources on close reading. #literacyroutines #socialstudies #teachingstrategies

Newspaper Archives {Social Studies Mentor Text} Great way to teach history using archived newspapers! 6th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Study History, History Education, Teaching History, Teaching Tips

Google's Newspaper Archives {Social Studies Mentor Text}

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History Concepts: Basketball Tournament Style

History Concepts: Basketball Tournament Style – Integrated Social Studies