2 edition of Effective thinking in the social studies. found in the catalog.
Effective thinking in the social studies.
in Washington, D. C
Written in English
|Statement||Editors: Jean Fair [and] Fannie R. Shaftel.|
|Series||Yearbook / National Council for the Social Studies -- 37th, 1967.|
|Contributions||Shaftel, Fannie R., National Council for the Social Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 257 p.|
|Number of Pages||257|
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Critical thinking, an important component of the thinking process, includes. Encouraging students to seek out knowledge and ideas, and then to deeply explore the reliability of their sources by considering their context, perspective, and accuracy should be the core skill of any rigorous social studies curriculum.
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Synthesizing disparate information and using the result to produce a reasonable conclusion is an essential skill assessed on standardized reading tests. This comprehension skill usually determines a student's reading score–and every Daily Mind Builders™: Social Studies activity develops this skill.
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Thinking Globally 1. This book was developed for teachers of students in years 1–8 and aims to foster an appreciation of New Zealand’s place in the economic world and its role as part of the global economy. A possible social inquiry model is outlined for the two units of work described.
consumers, the Social Studies curriculum for the group must address this reality. For others the Social Studies programme will provide the groundwork for the further study of History, Geography and Social Studies in Grade The Grades -9 students have some positive traits and characteristics which should be7.2 - National Council for the Social Studies Critical Thinking Skills Critical thinking skills demonstrate the ability to reflect on content in order to form a solid judgment based on both evidence and common sense.
Critical thinkers gain knowledge through reading, observations, and.1. social studies activities broaden and enrich personal experiences 2.
special needs learners benefit from guided or selected activities that are based on reality and have predictable outcomes. 3. Social studies activities involve learning about cause-and-effect relationships.
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