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The Resource 100 Experiential Learning Activities for Social Studies, Literature, and the Arts, Grades 5-12

100 Experiential Learning Activities for Social Studies, Literature, and the Arts, Grades 5-12

Label
100 Experiential Learning Activities for Social Studies, Literature, and the Arts, Grades 5-12
Title
100 Experiential Learning Activities for Social Studies, Literature, and the Arts, Grades 5-12
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Facilitates student engagement through active learning and provides easy-to-use matrices linking McREL, NCTE, and NCSS standards to activities in history, economics, literature, and the arts
Member of
Cataloging source
EBLCP
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Provenzo, Eugene F
Dewey number
371.39
Index
no index present
LC call number
LB1027.23
LC item number
.P76 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Butin, Dan W.
  • Angelini, Anthony
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Experiential learning
  • Active learning
  • Middle school education
  • Education, Secondary
  • Active learning
  • Education, Secondary
  • Experiential learning
  • Middle school education
Label
100 Experiential Learning Activities for Social Studies, Literature, and the Arts, Grades 5-12
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- About the Authors -- Introduction -- Matrices -- Matrix of Activities Correlated to the National Council of Social Studies (NCSS) Standards -- Matrix of Activities Correlated to the Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL) Standards -- Chapter 1 -- Creating a Language -- Chapter 2 -- Point-of-View Pictures -- Chapter 3 -- Rosie the Riveter -- Chapter 4 -- Columbus and the Discovery of the New World -- Chapter 5 -- How is History Portrayed? Columbus and the Discovery of the New World -- Chapter 6 -- Spanglish -- Chapter 7 -- Slave Narratives -- Chapter 8 -- The Paradox of Theseus's Ship -- Chapter 9 -- Creating a Personal Historical Timeline -- Chapter 10 -- Poems Inspired by Art -- Chapter 11 -- Art Inspired by Poetry -- Chapter 12 -- The Paradox of Infinity -- Chapter 13 -- Point of View and Cultural Perspectives -- Chapter 14 -- Final Flight of Yamamoto: Should We Have Struck Back? -- Chapter 15 -- Double Consciousness: Examining Oneself and the Concept of Privilege -- Chapter 16 -- The Fable of the Blind Men and the Elephant -- Chapter 17 -- Creating a System of Writing -- Chapter 18 -- Magic and Technology -- Chapter 19 -- The Birthday Paradox -- Chapter 20 -- Möbius Strip and Different Perspectives -- Chapter 21 -- Thinking Out of the Paradigm: The Columbus Egg Problem -- Chapter 22 -- Arthur C. Clarke's First Law -- Chapter 23 -- Is Technology Neutral? -- Chapter 24 -- Writing a Letter to the Editor -- Chapter 25 -- Science Fiction and Literature as the Future -- Chapter 26 -- Creating a Political Broadside -- Chapter 27 -- Exploring the Great Depression -- Chapter 28 -- Family Photographs -- Chapter 29 -- Women's Rights -- Chapter 30 -- Today in History -- Chapter 31 -- Photographs of the Farm Security Administration -- Chapter 32 -- Primary and Secondary Sources
  • Chapter 33 -- Thinking Outside the Box -- Chapter 34 -- Riddles -- Chapter 35 -- Exploring Community Festivals -- Chapter 36 -- Rebuses and Concrete Writing -- Chapter 37 -- Mnemonics -- Chapter 38 -- Designing a Memorial -- Chapter 39 -- Stepping into a Painting -- Chapter 40 -- Japanese Internment During World War II -- Chapter 41 -- ASCII Code -- Chapter 42 -- Protest Songs -- Chapter 43 -- Inaugural Presidential Address -- Chapter 44 -- Portals to the World -- Chapter 45 -- Stories from Childhood -- Chapter 46 -- Round-Robin Stories -- Chapter 47 -- Writing Grab Bag -- Chapter 48 -- Using Census Data -- Chapter 49 -- Explore a Favorite Artist -- Chapter 50 -- What Makes a Good Life? -- Chapter 51 -- Creating an Ethical Will -- Chapter 52 -- Written in Stone -- Chapter 53 -- Photographic Timeline -- Chapter 54 -- 1900 -- Chapter 55 -- Ninety-Five Theses -- Chapter 56 -- Analyzing the New England Primer (1692) -- Chapter 57 -- Slavery in the Constitution? -- Chapter 58 -- How Crowded Was the Middle Passage? -- Chapter 59 -- The List of Creepy Coincidences -- Chapter 60 -- Sacrifices -- Chapter 61 -- The Classroom Missile Crisis -- Chapter 62 -- Listening to Sources? -- Chapter 63 -- Personal Timelines: A Puzzle? -- Chapter 64 -- Movies as a Window into History -- Chapter 65 -- Writing Their Own Script -- Chapter 66 -- Writing Obituaries -- Chapter 67 -- Take a Trip to Mars -- Chapter 68 -- CIA Fact Book -- Chapter 69 -- Talking to an Expert -- Chapter 70 -- Famous Last Words -- Chapter 71 -- Columbus and Culture -- Chapter 72 -- Collage -- Chapter 73 -- Making Models -- Chapter 74 -- The World without Human Life -- Chapter 75 -- Creating the Scene for a Story -- Chapter 76 -- How Long is a Thousand Years? -- Chapter 77 -- Creating a Dadaist Poem -- Chapter 78 -- War Stories -- Chapter 79 -- Editorial Cartoons as Social Commentary -- Chapter 80 -- True or False -- Chapter 81 -- Creating Codes
  • Chapter 82 -- What is the Law? -- Chapter 83 -- When is the Law the Law? -- Chapter 84 -- Symbols in our Culture -- Chapter 85 -- Symbols on our Money -- Chapter 86 -- What's on the Stamp? -- Chapter 87 -- Place Names -- Chapter 88 -- Art Museums of the World -- Chapter 89 -- America's Attic -- Chapter 90 -- Written in Stone -- Chapter 91 -- Photographic Community Timeline -- Chapter 92 -- The Sounds of Silence -- Chapter 93 -- What's in a Name? -- Chapter 94 -- More What's in a Name? -- Chapter 95 -- Crazy Inventions -- Chapter 96 -- Idioms -- Chapter 97 -- Famous Inventions and Their Impact on the World -- Chapter 98 -- What is in Good Taste? -- Chapter 99 -- Creating a Self-Portrait -- Chapter 100 -- Found Art -- References
Control code
939262936
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (177 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781412940009
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)939262936
Label
100 Experiential Learning Activities for Social Studies, Literature, and the Arts, Grades 5-12
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- About the Authors -- Introduction -- Matrices -- Matrix of Activities Correlated to the National Council of Social Studies (NCSS) Standards -- Matrix of Activities Correlated to the Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL) Standards -- Chapter 1 -- Creating a Language -- Chapter 2 -- Point-of-View Pictures -- Chapter 3 -- Rosie the Riveter -- Chapter 4 -- Columbus and the Discovery of the New World -- Chapter 5 -- How is History Portrayed? Columbus and the Discovery of the New World -- Chapter 6 -- Spanglish -- Chapter 7 -- Slave Narratives -- Chapter 8 -- The Paradox of Theseus's Ship -- Chapter 9 -- Creating a Personal Historical Timeline -- Chapter 10 -- Poems Inspired by Art -- Chapter 11 -- Art Inspired by Poetry -- Chapter 12 -- The Paradox of Infinity -- Chapter 13 -- Point of View and Cultural Perspectives -- Chapter 14 -- Final Flight of Yamamoto: Should We Have Struck Back? -- Chapter 15 -- Double Consciousness: Examining Oneself and the Concept of Privilege -- Chapter 16 -- The Fable of the Blind Men and the Elephant -- Chapter 17 -- Creating a System of Writing -- Chapter 18 -- Magic and Technology -- Chapter 19 -- The Birthday Paradox -- Chapter 20 -- Möbius Strip and Different Perspectives -- Chapter 21 -- Thinking Out of the Paradigm: The Columbus Egg Problem -- Chapter 22 -- Arthur C. Clarke's First Law -- Chapter 23 -- Is Technology Neutral? -- Chapter 24 -- Writing a Letter to the Editor -- Chapter 25 -- Science Fiction and Literature as the Future -- Chapter 26 -- Creating a Political Broadside -- Chapter 27 -- Exploring the Great Depression -- Chapter 28 -- Family Photographs -- Chapter 29 -- Women's Rights -- Chapter 30 -- Today in History -- Chapter 31 -- Photographs of the Farm Security Administration -- Chapter 32 -- Primary and Secondary Sources
  • Chapter 33 -- Thinking Outside the Box -- Chapter 34 -- Riddles -- Chapter 35 -- Exploring Community Festivals -- Chapter 36 -- Rebuses and Concrete Writing -- Chapter 37 -- Mnemonics -- Chapter 38 -- Designing a Memorial -- Chapter 39 -- Stepping into a Painting -- Chapter 40 -- Japanese Internment During World War II -- Chapter 41 -- ASCII Code -- Chapter 42 -- Protest Songs -- Chapter 43 -- Inaugural Presidential Address -- Chapter 44 -- Portals to the World -- Chapter 45 -- Stories from Childhood -- Chapter 46 -- Round-Robin Stories -- Chapter 47 -- Writing Grab Bag -- Chapter 48 -- Using Census Data -- Chapter 49 -- Explore a Favorite Artist -- Chapter 50 -- What Makes a Good Life? -- Chapter 51 -- Creating an Ethical Will -- Chapter 52 -- Written in Stone -- Chapter 53 -- Photographic Timeline -- Chapter 54 -- 1900 -- Chapter 55 -- Ninety-Five Theses -- Chapter 56 -- Analyzing the New England Primer (1692) -- Chapter 57 -- Slavery in the Constitution? -- Chapter 58 -- How Crowded Was the Middle Passage? -- Chapter 59 -- The List of Creepy Coincidences -- Chapter 60 -- Sacrifices -- Chapter 61 -- The Classroom Missile Crisis -- Chapter 62 -- Listening to Sources? -- Chapter 63 -- Personal Timelines: A Puzzle? -- Chapter 64 -- Movies as a Window into History -- Chapter 65 -- Writing Their Own Script -- Chapter 66 -- Writing Obituaries -- Chapter 67 -- Take a Trip to Mars -- Chapter 68 -- CIA Fact Book -- Chapter 69 -- Talking to an Expert -- Chapter 70 -- Famous Last Words -- Chapter 71 -- Columbus and Culture -- Chapter 72 -- Collage -- Chapter 73 -- Making Models -- Chapter 74 -- The World without Human Life -- Chapter 75 -- Creating the Scene for a Story -- Chapter 76 -- How Long is a Thousand Years? -- Chapter 77 -- Creating a Dadaist Poem -- Chapter 78 -- War Stories -- Chapter 79 -- Editorial Cartoons as Social Commentary -- Chapter 80 -- True or False -- Chapter 81 -- Creating Codes
  • Chapter 82 -- What is the Law? -- Chapter 83 -- When is the Law the Law? -- Chapter 84 -- Symbols in our Culture -- Chapter 85 -- Symbols on our Money -- Chapter 86 -- What's on the Stamp? -- Chapter 87 -- Place Names -- Chapter 88 -- Art Museums of the World -- Chapter 89 -- America's Attic -- Chapter 90 -- Written in Stone -- Chapter 91 -- Photographic Community Timeline -- Chapter 92 -- The Sounds of Silence -- Chapter 93 -- What's in a Name? -- Chapter 94 -- More What's in a Name? -- Chapter 95 -- Crazy Inventions -- Chapter 96 -- Idioms -- Chapter 97 -- Famous Inventions and Their Impact on the World -- Chapter 98 -- What is in Good Taste? -- Chapter 99 -- Creating a Self-Portrait -- Chapter 100 -- Found Art -- References
Control code
939262936
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (177 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781412940009
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)939262936

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