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The Resource 100 experiential learning activities : for social studies, literature, and the arts, grades 5-12, Eugene F. Provenzo, Dan W. Butin, Anthony Angelini

100 experiential learning activities : for social studies, literature, and the arts, grades 5-12, Eugene F. Provenzo, Dan W. Butin, Anthony Angelini

Label
100 experiential learning activities : for social studies, literature, and the arts, grades 5-12
Title
100 experiential learning activities
Title remainder
for social studies, literature, and the arts, grades 5-12
Statement of responsibility
Eugene F. Provenzo, Dan W. Butin, Anthony Angelini
Title variation
One hundred experiential learning activities
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Provenzo, Eugene F
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Butin, Dan W.
  • Angelini, Anthony
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  • Experiential learning
  • Active learning
  • Middle school education
  • Education, Secondary
Label
100 experiential learning activities : for social studies, literature, and the arts, grades 5-12, Eugene F. Provenzo, Dan W. Butin, Anthony Angelini
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 133-134) and index
Contents
Matrix of Activities Correlated to the National Council of Social Studies (NCSS) Standards -- Matrix of Activities Correlated to the Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL) Standards -- 1. Creating a Language -- 2. Point-of-View Pictures -- 3. Rosie the Riveter -- 4. Columbus and the Discovery of the New World -- 5. How Is History Portrayed? Columbus and the Discovery of the New World -- 6. Spanglish -- 7. Slave Narratives -- 8. The Paradox of Theseus's Ship -- 9. Creating a Personal Historical Timeline -- 10. Poems Inspired by Art -- 11. Art Inspired by Poetry -- 12. The Paradox of Infinity -- 13. Point of View and Cultural Perspectives -- 14. Final Flight of Yamamoto: Should We Have Struck Back? -- 15. Double Consciousness: Examining Oneself and the Concept of Privilege -- 16. The Fable of the Blind Men and the Elephant -- 17. Creating a System of Writing -- 18. Magic and Technology -- 19. The Birthday Paradox -- 20. Mobius Strip and Different Perspectives -- 21. Thinking Out of the Paradigm: The Columbus Egg Problem -- 22. Arthur C. Clarke's First Law -- 23. Is Technology Neutral? -- 24. Writing a Letter to the Editor -- 25. Science Fiction and Literature as the Future -- 26. Creating a Political Broadside -- 27. Exploring the Great Depression -- 28. Family Photographs -- 29. Women's Rights -- 30. Today in History -- 31. Photographs of the Farm Security Administration -- 32. Primary and Secondary Sources -- 33. Thinking Outside the Box -- 34. Riddles -- 35. Exploring Community Festivals -- 36. Rebuses and Concrete Writing -- 37. Mnemonics -- 38. Designing a Memorial -- 39. Stepping Into a Painting -- 40. Japanese Internment During World War II -- 41. ASCII Code -- 42. Protest Songs -- 43. Inaugural Presidential Address -- 44.Portals to the World -- 45. Stories From Childhood -- 46. Round-Robin Stories -- 47. Writing Grab Bag -- 48. Using Census Data -- 49. Explore a Favorite Artist -- 50. What Makes a Good Life? -- 51. Creating an Ethical Will -- 52. Written in Stone -- 53. Photographic Timeline -- 54. 1900 -- 55. Ninety-Five Theses -- 56. Analyzing The New England Primer (1692) -- 57. Slavery in the Constitution? -- 58. How Crowded Was the Middle Passage? -- 59. The List of Creepy Coincidences -- 60. Sacrifices -- 61. The Classroom Missile Crisis -- 62. Listening to Sources? -- 63. Personal Timelines: A Puzzle? -- 64. Movies as a Window Into History -- 65. Writing Their Own Script -- 66. Writing Obituaries -- 67. Take a Trip to Mars -- 68. CIA Fact Book -- 69. Talking to an Expert -- 70. Famous Last Words -- 71. Columbus and Culture -- 72. Collage -- 73. Making Models -- 74. The World Without Human Life -- 75. Creating the Scene for a Story -- 76. How Long Is a Thousand Years? -- 77. Creating a Dadaist Poem -- 78. War Stories -- 79. Editorial Cartoons as Social Commentary -- 80. True or False -- 81. Creating Codes -- 82. What Is the Law? -- 83. When Is the Law the Law? -- 84. Symbols in Our Culture -- 85. Symbols on Our Money -- 86. What's on the Stamp? -- 87. Place Names -- 88. Art Museums of the World -- 89. America's Attic -- 90. Written in Stone -- 91. Photographic Community Timeline -- 92. The Sounds of Silence -- 93. What's in a Name? -- 94. More What's in a Name? -- 95. Crazy Inventions -- 96. Idioms -- 97. Famous Inventions and Their Impact on the World -- 98. What Is in Good Taste? -- 99. Creating a Self-Portrait -- 100. Found Art
Control code
11660330
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
xl, 134 p.
Isbn
9781412940009
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2007050193
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (BNAtoc) 2007050193
  • (OCoLC)ocn190967714
  • (OCoLC)190967714
  • 11660330
Label
100 experiential learning activities : for social studies, literature, and the arts, grades 5-12, Eugene F. Provenzo, Dan W. Butin, Anthony Angelini
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 133-134) and index
Contents
Matrix of Activities Correlated to the National Council of Social Studies (NCSS) Standards -- Matrix of Activities Correlated to the Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL) Standards -- 1. Creating a Language -- 2. Point-of-View Pictures -- 3. Rosie the Riveter -- 4. Columbus and the Discovery of the New World -- 5. How Is History Portrayed? Columbus and the Discovery of the New World -- 6. Spanglish -- 7. Slave Narratives -- 8. The Paradox of Theseus's Ship -- 9. Creating a Personal Historical Timeline -- 10. Poems Inspired by Art -- 11. Art Inspired by Poetry -- 12. The Paradox of Infinity -- 13. Point of View and Cultural Perspectives -- 14. Final Flight of Yamamoto: Should We Have Struck Back? -- 15. Double Consciousness: Examining Oneself and the Concept of Privilege -- 16. The Fable of the Blind Men and the Elephant -- 17. Creating a System of Writing -- 18. Magic and Technology -- 19. The Birthday Paradox -- 20. Mobius Strip and Different Perspectives -- 21. Thinking Out of the Paradigm: The Columbus Egg Problem -- 22. Arthur C. Clarke's First Law -- 23. Is Technology Neutral? -- 24. Writing a Letter to the Editor -- 25. Science Fiction and Literature as the Future -- 26. Creating a Political Broadside -- 27. Exploring the Great Depression -- 28. Family Photographs -- 29. Women's Rights -- 30. Today in History -- 31. Photographs of the Farm Security Administration -- 32. Primary and Secondary Sources -- 33. Thinking Outside the Box -- 34. Riddles -- 35. Exploring Community Festivals -- 36. Rebuses and Concrete Writing -- 37. Mnemonics -- 38. Designing a Memorial -- 39. Stepping Into a Painting -- 40. Japanese Internment During World War II -- 41. ASCII Code -- 42. Protest Songs -- 43. Inaugural Presidential Address -- 44.Portals to the World -- 45. Stories From Childhood -- 46. Round-Robin Stories -- 47. Writing Grab Bag -- 48. Using Census Data -- 49. Explore a Favorite Artist -- 50. What Makes a Good Life? -- 51. Creating an Ethical Will -- 52. Written in Stone -- 53. Photographic Timeline -- 54. 1900 -- 55. Ninety-Five Theses -- 56. Analyzing The New England Primer (1692) -- 57. Slavery in the Constitution? -- 58. How Crowded Was the Middle Passage? -- 59. The List of Creepy Coincidences -- 60. Sacrifices -- 61. The Classroom Missile Crisis -- 62. Listening to Sources? -- 63. Personal Timelines: A Puzzle? -- 64. Movies as a Window Into History -- 65. Writing Their Own Script -- 66. Writing Obituaries -- 67. Take a Trip to Mars -- 68. CIA Fact Book -- 69. Talking to an Expert -- 70. Famous Last Words -- 71. Columbus and Culture -- 72. Collage -- 73. Making Models -- 74. The World Without Human Life -- 75. Creating the Scene for a Story -- 76. How Long Is a Thousand Years? -- 77. Creating a Dadaist Poem -- 78. War Stories -- 79. Editorial Cartoons as Social Commentary -- 80. True or False -- 81. Creating Codes -- 82. What Is the Law? -- 83. When Is the Law the Law? -- 84. Symbols in Our Culture -- 85. Symbols on Our Money -- 86. What's on the Stamp? -- 87. Place Names -- 88. Art Museums of the World -- 89. America's Attic -- 90. Written in Stone -- 91. Photographic Community Timeline -- 92. The Sounds of Silence -- 93. What's in a Name? -- 94. More What's in a Name? -- 95. Crazy Inventions -- 96. Idioms -- 97. Famous Inventions and Their Impact on the World -- 98. What Is in Good Taste? -- 99. Creating a Self-Portrait -- 100. Found Art
Control code
11660330
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
xl, 134 p.
Isbn
9781412940009
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2007050193
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (BNAtoc) 2007050193
  • (OCoLC)ocn190967714
  • (OCoLC)190967714
  • 11660330

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