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Teaching world history using the Internet

Reproducible activities for the classroom

by Carol Krup

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Published by Social Studies School Service .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History,
  • Study and teaching (Secondary)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11499049M
    ISBN 100934508984
    ISBN 109780934508988
    OCLC/WorldCa44438658


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Active Learning, World History, and the Internet: Creating Knowledge in the Classroom In our so-called "Information Age," teachers in elementary, middle, and high schools are being increasingly exhorted to use computer applications and Internet resources to teach : o Cantu, Wilson J.

Warren. This is the one book to get if you are given the task of teaching a world history class, especially a World History Advanced Placement (WHAP) class.

This has ideas for everything for the first day of class to bringing people from the community to how to use current by: 1. This practical volume includes a unique selection of materials proven effective in classrooms across the country.

These are selections on global, comparative, and cross-cultural approaches to world history, with individual chapters on art, gender, religion, environment, civilizations, cities, political systems, religion and philosophy, literature, trade, and history teachers.

The Internet enables teachers to enhance the teaching and learning of history through quick and extensive access to primary sources. This Digest discusses: (1) types and uses of primary sources, (2) using the Internet to obtain primary sources, and (3) exemplary World Wide Web sites providing primary sources.

TYPES AND USES OF PRIMARY SOURCES. Cute. Sure. But how much “data” is really conveyed here. Most books that have ever been published in human history have not survived.

Even setting aside high-profile acts of libricide like the destruction of the Louvain University library or the Great Library of Alexandria, the world’s libraries, since their inception thousands of years ago, have exercised a gatekeeping function.

A quick look at the glossary in the back of My First Book About the Internet reveals some of the key words and phrases that author Sharon Cromwell introduces young readers to. Cromwell uses simple language to clearly define network, online service, URL, E-mail, link, modem, downloading, and a handful of other cyber-terms.

Teaching Elementary and Secondary History Using the Internet C. Frederick Risinger Although the scope and sequence of the social studies curriculum throughout the United States has changed somewhat in the past decade, most students today are taking social studies courses very similar to those their parents took a generation ago.

Teaching History with a Spine-book helps to keep the study connected and helps to keep you on track. A history spine book becomes the spine of your studies.

It is a book which can be used to tie the stories together. It may even be a textbook which moves in a chronological way. [] Welcome to The Internet History Sourcebooks Project, a collection of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts presented cleanly (without advertising or excessive layout) for educational y sources are available here primarily for use in high-school and university/college courses.

From the outset the site took a very broad view of the sources that should be available to. Obviously there is no single book that captures or can capture the story of the entire world in a comprehensive manner, forget the interesting part.

Writers have tried to approach the history of seven billion of us living on the blue dot in multip. Using a textbook to its best advantage seems to be overlooked when we prepare for teaching. I believe Teaching world history using the Internet book is a place for textbooks, facts, and even lectures in the history classroom.

The standards movement has resulted in state standards for United States history and world history which are quite content specific, requiring students to.

Teaching World History as Mystery: Provides a balanced combination of interestingly arranged historical content, and clearly explained instructional strategies Features case studies of commonly and not so commonly taught topics within a typical world/global history curriculum using combinations of primary and secondary documents/5(5).

Why Use Living Books for History True to my public school experience, I initially went for an approach that included texts and a thorough overview of history. I picked curriculum that was very popular in the homecoming world (because that must be good!) and led me. Past Looking: Using Arts as Historical Evidence in Teaching History Yonghee Suh Old Dominion University This is a comparative case study of how three high school history teachers in the U.S.A.

use art in their practice. The following research question was investigated: How do secondary history. World historian Deborah Smith Johnston suggests having students draw annotated “mental maps” of the world or a particular region as pre- and post-assessments for world history courses.

See hereProjects Based on Illustrative Cases of Global Patterns In another answer on this site, I wrote about the value of using case studies to teach world. It should come as no surprise then that in all the subjects I’ve taught my own children homeschooling, I’ve learnt the most teaching history.

For the last four years, I’ve been teaching history in my homeschool using Well Trained Mind Press’ The Story of the World series, and we love it. This post contains affiliate links. History and is currently editing an Encyclopedia of Modern World History.

He has written several thematic studies in world history, including The Industrial Revolution in World History (2nd ed., Westview, ), Gender in World History (2nd ed., Routledge, ), Consumerism in World History File Size: KB.

Teaching World History. How do you get from cavemen to contemporary history in ten months. Consider the fact that you have to cover the development of agriculture, the formation of civilizations, the rise of the three major religions, and the discovery of the new world-all sprinkled with the growth of science, culture, and language-and teaching world history can be overwhelming.

Using the Internet to Teach The Internet is an awesome tool for teachers in the 21st century. Along with saving time for students and teachers, the Internet provides a vast variety of information that was previously next to impossible to reasonably obtain.

This best-selling World History curriculum provides instant access to thousands of pages of resources, full units, and supplements to teach World History. You receive instant access to 11 World History Units (from Early Man and Native Americans to the Renaissance and Age of Exploration), interactive.

Surfing the Net Teaching Historical Analysis And Thinking Using the Internet C. Frederick Risinger There were more recent textbooks in my classroom in which Piltdown Man was discredited as a hoax.

An idea hit me and my first lesson plan for historical thinking was created. I gave half of my students copies of Across the Ages and. Perhaps you’re in immersion teaching and the focus of the class is world history, with language acquisition taking an important, but necessary, back seat.

In these and other ESL teaching situations, using world history will help your students to understand events, map out linear thought while practicing the specific language needed in. From Stanford History Education Group, these world history lessons are a great resource for students and teachers to use to learn and create engaging curriculum surrounding the history of the world.

From the pyramids of Egypt to China’s Cultural Revolution, teachers can access detailed lesson plans on any number of interesting historical.

Biographies, reviews of classroom resources on women's history, and 7 lesson plans. World History Resources for Teachers Teaching World History: An Idea Guide From Teaching History. World History Archives A collection of online documents.

Teach with Movies Information for creating world history lesson plans using movies and film. This non-profit, teacher-to-teacher site is a guide for high school teachers of world history and geography, although much of the content is suitable for teachers of other social studies subjects as well.

Content includes fundamental information about history teaching, resources, a concise alternative textbook and lesson plans. A quick flip through the pages of The World Almanac for Kids (or The World Almanac and Book of Facts) reveals all kinds of timeline ideas.

For example, students might (individually or as cooperative teams) create timelines showing the history of the space station, important inventions in history, major earthquakes, or the evolution of animal.

If you are using the recommended reading list as you are teaching history, there are creative ways to encourage your students to read, and read as much as they can.

Use the Reading Logs for your students to record their books. Reward every 3 books or so with candy or a small toy from a Prize Box. If the book is long, every 50 pages can count as. Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age: Reconceptualizing the Introductory Survey Course This web project offers historians models for how to use digitized primary sources in survey courses in World History and the History of the Americas.

The topics of the models vary, as. The effective teaching of History is a prime area of concern for most History teacher-educators. This is because most History teachers do not adopt appropriate methods in teaching the : Gideon Boadu.

Monarchs, People and History: This course will help you learn about the origins and reasons for the monarchy and the role it played in the history of Europe and around the world under European imperialism. [UMass Boston] A Comprehensive Outline of World History: Use this course to learn about world history from BC to [Connexions].

It serves to be a catalog of the movies we view as a part of our history studies. I think that teaching history through movies could be a great enrichment in our homeschool, much like the use of historical fiction. As many of you know, I LOVE historical fiction for teaching history, and often use it to enrich our studies.

Teaching History: A Guide for Teachers Teaching History for the First Time. related events elsewhere in the world Good books on Pacific History for classroom use (ed, Alli Suhonen, ) Glossary of historical terms for students (ed, Asofou So’o, ).

history, in its broadest sense, is the story of humanity's past. It also refers to the recording of that past. The diverse sources of history include books, newspapers, printed documents, personal papers, and other archival records, artifacts, and oral accounts.

Using literature to teach high school history works especially well. There are so many nuances of an event or era that can be understood through books. Living books also have a unique way of drawing students in and placing them smack-dab in the middle of a time period to meet important people, experience meaningful events, and feel real emotions.

Teaching Unit World politics and the global economy after World War II Teaching Unit The two big powers and their Cold War CE Teaching Unit A multitude of sovereign states Teaching Unit The scope of wealth and poverty present Teaching Unit The world at warp speed: science, technology, and the.

You can even use local history in teaching world history. Several years ago, when. I taught world history in Georgia, we focused on the new consumerism in the.

s by looking at advertising, especially by department stores. First, I provided a brief history of File Size: 30KB. She is the author of the book from Routledge/MiddleWeb, History Class Revisited: Tools and Projects to Engage Middle School Students in Social Studies.

Receive a 20% discount on History Class Revisited at the publisher’s website by using the coupon code IRK   This activity book also adds The Usborne History of The Twentieth Century as another reference resource.

Summary. Both The Story of the World texts on their own and the expanded courses created by using the activity books are valuable contributions that fill a need for Christian-friendly but classically-oriented history : Cathy Duffy.

This is the best use of the internet I have seen by a writer in a book. However, the world of history-in-education has moved on markedly since the last edition of this book was published.

Ofsted inspection criteria has changed dramatically since Peter Duffy's lessons were originally made: I wondered what an inspector would make of the lesson /5(8). There are many reasons to show movies, documentaries and popular movies, in class.

This article lists six, including the fact that movies can help boost students’ cultural awareness about different ways of life and can help students understand the themes of books. “Theme (messages about life) can be explored by teaching with a film, not just a text,” writes Joy Sexton.

An age of revolutions, Essay: Democracy's place in world history / Steven Muhlenberger and Phil Paine ; Sample student activities -- Era 8. A half-century of crisis and achievement, Essay: Russia in world history / Marilynn Hitchens ; Sample student activities -- Era 9.

The 20th century since promises and : Lists about: Microhistory: Social Histories of Just One Thing, Food-Related Non-Fiction, World War Two - Firsthand Accounts (nonfiction), Best World War.Teaching a unit on Prehistory can be very exciting!

The course begins with an overview of prehistoric conditions on earth until about 1, B.C. We are talking about millions and millions of years in one unit, so obviously you need to focus on the absolute most important aspects of the prehistoric period.