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Please log onto the internet using : Network: WRESA PW: tarheel Then navigate to the K-12 Social Studies Wiki page: http://ssnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net. K-12 Social Studies Training on Concept-Based Lesson Planning. Region 8: WRESA Enka, North Carolina October 25-26, 2013. Ground Rules.

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Please log onto the internet using:Network: WRESA

PW: tarheel

Then navigate to the K-12 Social Studies Wiki page: http://ssnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net

K-12 Social Studies Training on Concept-Based Lesson Planning

Region 8: WRESA

Enka, North Carolina

October 25-26, 2013


Ground Rules

  • A few agreements for the session:

    • Place electronic devices on vibrate or off

    • Participate fully

    • Limit side-bar conversations

    • Respectfully disagree


  • A morning break around 10:30

  • Lunch at 12:00 noon

  • Afternoon break around 2:30

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Overall Session Objectives

  • Identify the essential components in a conceptual lesson plan.

  • Understand the process of how to develop a concept-based lesson plan.

  • Understand what a concept-based social studies lesson looks like in action.

  • Use the essential components of a conceptual lesson plan to develop daily lessons based on a conceptual unit.


During This Session We Will …

  • Debrief from previous day.

  • Review the process of conceptual lesson planning.

  • Understand what a concept-based social studies lesson looks like in action

  • Create a conceptual lesson based on a conceptual unit.

  • Use the Non-Negotiables of Concept-Based Lesson Planning to check for success.


3-2-1 Debrief

  • 3 Takeaways

  • 2 Things You are Still Processing

  • 1 Question you still have


“Thinking classrooms require thinking teachers.”

H. Lynn Erickson

Concept-Based Curriculum & Instruction for the Thinking Classroom


The Lesson Planning Process

  • Sequence and chunk generalizations.

  • Copy guiding questions for selected generalization(s).

  • Identify content and skills necessary to arrive at generalization(s).

  • Determine assessments.

  • Extract learning experiences.


Concept-Based Lesson In Action

  • List the concepts that you see discussed in the lesson.

  • What instructional strategies did the teacher use to build conceptual understanding?

  • How did she assess her students & how did she assess for understanding?

  • What generalization(s) do you think she was teaching to?

  • What other observations did you have in terms of connections to concept-based lesson planning and implementation?


  • Using your own units or units that can be provided to you, collaborate with your peers to craft a conceptual lesson plan using the process that we have explored.

  • Facilitators will be sitting in and rotating through!

  • Expect to share what you have developed so far around 2:30!


Closing Thoughts

  • Issues/challenges

  • Possible Solutions

  • Ahas Moments


Planning Your Next Steps

Let’s consider:

  • Reassess your readiness for concept-based lesson planning & the readiness of those you need to train

  • Explore the wiki site for resources

  • Contact K-12 Social Studies Team with additional questions

  • Network/collaborate with other districts, schools, teachers who are also developing a concept-based curriculum & instructional framework

  • Possible book study


Follow up

  • We want to continue our relationship with you!

  • Expect a follow up contact in the near future to see how you have used what you gained from this two day session and what additional support you may need!


Please complete the Post Assessment survey and the NC State survey prior to leaving the session.


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