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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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K 12 social studies training on concept based lesson planning

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


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Overall session objectives
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
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
3-2-1 Debrief

  • 3 Takeaways

  • 2 Things You are Still Processing

  • 1 Question you still have


Thinking classrooms require thinking teachers
“Thinking classrooms require thinking teachers.”

H. Lynn Erickson

Concept-Based Curriculum & Instruction for the Thinking Classroom


The lesson planning process
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
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?



Closing thoughts
Closing Thoughts collaborate with your peers to craft a conceptual lesson plan using the process that we have explored.

  • Issues/challenges

  • Possible Solutions

  • Ahas Moments


Planning your next steps
Planning Your Next Steps collaborate with your peers to craft a conceptual lesson plan using the process that we have explored.

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
Follow up collaborate with your peers to craft a conceptual lesson plan using the process that we have explored.

  • 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!



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