Literacy with a Social Studies Lens: Reading, Speaking and Listening for Deeper Learning

During this webinar, you will learn teaching strategies that help students interrogate text, think critically, and discuss controversial issues respectfully. You will also discover how to move to culturally mediated and equitable practices where all students find their voice, become critical thinkers and are more engaged in their education.

Resource List

Citations

  • 1 : We originally posted a version of this poem attributed to Mickey ScottBey Jones. After learning that Jones' version was plagiarized, we have replaced it with the original poem by Beth Strano. Please use Strano's version going forward.

Student reading and writing on paper during a Big Paper activity.

Type

On-Demand Webinar

Topic

Justice & Human Rights
Democracy & Civic Engagement

Approach / Teaching Strategy

Classroom Discussion
Notetaking

Subject

Social Studies

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