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STUDENT BASED LEARNING and SOCIAL STUDIES. Student based learning is very appropriate for the study of Social Studies and History. Student Based or Learner Centered classes do the following:. -Connect life experiences to the learner -Provide purposeful thinking for the learner

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STUDENT BASED LEARNING and SOCIAL STUDIES


  • Student based learning is very appropriate for the study of Social Studies and History. Student Based or Learner Centered classes do the following:


-Connect life experiences to the learner

-Provide purposeful thinking for the learner

-Usually include student products that demonstrate student learning


Examples of Student Based or Learner Centered Instruction

Problem Based Learning-cooperatively working to find solutions to real life issues

Example: What were the roles of men and women in colonial America and how did those roles influence family life?


INQUIRY BASED LEARNING

  • Asking a question such as “Explain the convergence of three worlds?” or playing a game similar to “Twenty Questions” where the teacher or students make a thinking statement such as “I’m thinking about a form of government” and students ask yes or no questions to discover the correct response.


INDUCTIVE METHODS

  • A series of unknown facts or questions and learners search out answers.


ROLE PLAY

  • Student takes on the characteristics of someone else.


SIMULATION

  • Creating a real life scenario in the classroom


STUDENT PRODUCTS

  • Cartoons; websites; crossword puzzles; songs; play scripts; newspapers; historic document; reports; maps; murals; lesson plans; performance; illustrated timeline; quilts…


ASSESSMENT GUIDE or RUBRIC

  • Establishing assessment guides for projects allows teachers and students to know exactly what is expected.


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