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ECSE 3800: Social Studies: Designing Interdisciplinary Curriculum

 

ECSE 3800 Social Studies: Designing Interdisciplinary Curriculum

In this course, teacher candidates will develop and implement integrated social studies units which include music, art, drama, and physical education. Candidates will study contemporary research in multi-sensory integration to discover the increased success of P-5 students' academic participation and motivation. This course includes an extensive field component in a diverse setting and the use of technology is required. This course is aligned with state and national standards. 

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This guide is designed to help you work through all phases of your research assignment, from finding information sources to preparing your works-cited or reference list. Just choose the appropriate tab at the top to get started.

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Research Process Overview

The research process typically includes five broad steps. Most often you complete one step before moving onto the next. However, there may be times when you will need to return to a previous step or complete multiple steps simultaneously.

Step 1. Develop a topic
Selecting a Topic | Develop Research Questions | Identify Keywords | Find Background Information | Refine a Topic

Step 2. Locate information
Find Books |  Find Articles | Find Websites | Find Videos |Search Strategies

Step 3. Evaluate and analyze information and sources
Evaluate Sources | Primary vs. Secondary Sources | Types of Periodicals

Step 4. Use, organize and communicate information 
Paraphrasing | Notetaking | Tools

Step 5. Complies with legal, ethical and moral standards
Plagiarism | MLA Citation Style | Works Cited ExamplesCopyright

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