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EDCI 5850: Instructional Methodologies in Language Arts and Social Studies

Useful library information for EDCI 5850, Instructional Methodologies in Language Arts and Social Studies, Amanda E. Vickery, Ph.D.

Required Readings for EDCI 5850

Barton, K. C. (2001). A picture's worth. Social Education, 65(5), 278-278.

Boyle-Baise, M., & Zevin, J. (2009). Young citizens of the world: Teaching elementary social studies through civic engagement. New York City, NY: Routledge.

Boyle-Baise, M., Bernens-Kinkead, D., Coake, W., Loudermilk, L., Lukasik, D., & Podany, W. (2011). Citizenship as a Verb Teaching Students to Become Informed, Think It Through, and Take Action, Social Studies and the Young Learner, 24(1), 5-9.

Brillante, P., & Mankiw, S. (2015). A sense of place: Human geography in the early childhood classroom. YC Young Children, 70(3), 16.

Cowhey, M. (2012). Heather’s Moms got married. In Burant, T., Christensen, L, Dawson, K., Salas, D., & Walters, S. (Eds.) The new teacher book: finding purpose, balance and hope during your first years in the classroom (103-111). Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools.

Gallagher, S., & Hodges, S. (2010). Let's Teach Students to Prioritize: Reconsidering “Wants” and “Needs”. Social Studies and the Young Learner, 22(3), 14-16.

Grant, S.G. (2013). From inquiry arc to instructional practice: the potential of the C3 framework. Social Education, 77(6), 322-326.

Hofmann, S. (2012). Framing the Family Tree: How teachers can be sensitive to students’ family situations. In Burant, T., Christensen, L, Dawson, K., Salas, D., & Walters, S. (Eds.) The new teacher book: finding purpose, balance and hope during your first years in the classroom (95-101). Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools.

Kent, S. (1999). Saints or sinners? The case for an honest portrayal of historical figures. Social Education, 68(1), 8-12.

McGuire, M. E. (2007). What happened to social studies? The disappearing curriculum. Phi Delta Kappan, 88(8), 620-624.

Reese, D. (2018). Critical Indigenous Literacies: Selecting and Using Children's Books about Indigenous Peoples. Language Arts, 95(6), 389-393.

Seixas, P., & Peck, C. (2004). Teaching historical thinking In Sears, A. & Wright, I. (Eds.), Challenges and prospects for Canadian social studies (109-117). Vancouver: Pacific Educational Press.

Sell, C. R., & Griffin, K. (2017). Powerful social studies teaching with poetry and primary sources. The Social Studies, 108(1), 1-9.

Swan, K., Lee, J. K., & Grant, S. G. (2018). Inquiry Design Model: Building Inquiries in Social Studies. National Council for the Social Studies.

Takaki, R. (2012). A different mirror for young people: A history of multicultural America. Seven Stories Press.

Tschida, C. M., & Buchanan, L. B. (2017). What makes a family? Sharing multiple perspectives through an inclusive text set. Social Studies and the Young Learner, 30(2), 3-7.

Van Horn, S. E., & Hawkman, A. M. (2018). First Comes Love, Then Comes Marriage (Equality): Welcoming Diverse Families in the Elementary Classroom. Social Studies and the Young Learner, 31(2), 24-32.

VanSledright, B. (2010). What does it mean to think historically and how do you do it? In Parker, W.C. (Ed.) Social Studies Today: Research and Practice (113-119). New York City, NY: Routledge.
 

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