Thinking Like a Historian: Rethinking History Instruction by Nikki Mandell and Bobbie Malone is a teaching and learning framework that explains the essential elements of history and provides qhow toq examples for building historical literacy in classrooms at all grade levels. With practical examples, engaging and effective lessons, and classroom activities that tie to essential questions, Thinking Like a Historian provides a framework to enhance and improve teaching and learning history. We invite you to use Thinking Like a Historian to bring history into your classroom or to re-energize your teaching of this crucial discipline in new ways. The contributors to Thinking Like a Historian are experienced historians and educators from elementary through university levels. This philosophical and pedagogical guide to history as a discipline uses published standards of the American Historical Association, the Organization of American Historians, the National Council for History Education, the National History Standards and state standards for Wisconsin and California.Evaluating Pre-Existing Lessons Lesson Plan: When I introduce the topic of slavery to my fourth grade students, I know they ... Write a short story about one day on the Underground Railroad. ... of fleeingthe ernslavestates bywalking northat night and occasionally hidingin abolitionistsa#39; they invented to answer this question.
|Title||:||Thinking Like a Historian|
|Author||:||Nikki Mandell, Bobbie Malone|
|Publisher||:||Wisconsin Historical Society - 2013-06-19|