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The use of literary sources in social studies, K-8 : techniques for teachers to include literature in instruction /

Elaine M. Bukowiecki.

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Main Author: Bukowiecki, Elaine M.
Published: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefild, [2014]
Topics: Social sciences - Study and teaching (Elementary) - United States. | Social sciences - Study and teaching (Secondary) - United States. | Language arts - Standards - United States. | Language arts - Correlation with content subjects. | Interdisciplinary approach in education.
Regions: United States.
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Why include literature sources in social studies instruction, Kindergarten-Grade 8? -- Extending the facts : using nonfiction to complement social studies textbook content -- Learning about people : including biographies, autobiographies, and historical fiction in social studies instruction -- Traditional literature, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry to recognize the beliefs, values, institutions, and culture of a group of people -- Putting it all together : implementing a literature library for social studies learning -- Afterword: Why should I include varied literature in my social studies classroom? -- 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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