K-5 Social Studies Newsletter
Office of Teaching and Learning 614-365-5727
Leslie Kelly, Director of Elementary Curriculum and Instruction
Christine Weatherholtz, K-5 Social Studies Curriculum Coordinator, email@example.com
Matthew Doran, 6-12 Social Studies Curriculum Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
CCS Professional Development Opportunities
November 9, 2017
K-5 Social Studies Vocabulary
Why is it important?
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Explore the supporting research/ create resources and plan implementation:
Participants at this PD will have time to explore and plan! There are so many websites and resources available to support social studies vocabulary. Come and explore some resources together and receive a flash drive to save and share resources with colleagues.
Inside the Social Studies Website
The best way to access your grade level materials and resources is to go to the CCS Social Studies Instructional Resource Portal:
Once there, click on your grade level. Be sure to check out the "I Can Checklist" for your grade level. These are perfect for posting or creating student notebooks.
Using the web address above, click on one of the intermediate grade levels. Here you will find a link to the vocabulary lists for that grade, as well as, vocabulary cards ready to print for your word walls. Click on the link
Intermediate Social Studies Vocabulary
Be sure to check out some of the videos that support the nonfiction reading and lessons for each quarter.
Some Websites to Support Your Good Work:
Wordnik: This site gives definitions and uses for words, synonyms, rhyming words and other word associations.
Social Studies for the Nonfiction Reading Block:
Resources are easier to access than you may think. Here are some articles from ReadWorks.org
K-2: Jon Follows School Rules
3-5: School Life and Community, Article-A- Day Set