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The Best Resources For Writing In Social Studies Classes

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As I mentioned two days ago, in addition to teaching high school during the day, I also teach an ESL Methods class to teacher credential candidates at California State University, Sacramento.

Next semester, I have also insanely agreed to teach a content literacy class to credential candidates at the University of California, Davis.

I’ve got a good handle on writing in Social Studies and English classes and, in preparation for the course, am reading up on writing in math and science classes. Two days ago, I published The Best Resources For Writing In Math Class. Yesterday, I posted The Best Resources For Writing In Science Class.

Even though, as I mentioned, I feel I’m pretty experienced in writing and Social Studies (since I teach both English and Social Studies classes), I thought it couldn’t hurt my credential students or me if I created a similar list for that subject.

You might also be interested in My Best Posts On Writing Instruction.

Here’s the beginning of a list on writing in social studies (I’ve also including some reading resources). Feel free to share your own suggestions:

Common Core: Teach Literacy in Every Subject is from Ed Week.

Writing Across the Curriculum – Social Studies

Strategies for Writing to Learn in Social Studies

Writing In The Social Studies Classroom

R.A.F.T. Prompts for History & Social Studies Class

Writing in Social Studies Classrooms

Creative Writing In Social Studies

Common Core Connection: Narrative Writing in the Social Studies Classroom

Teaching Reading In Social Studies

Integrating Social Studies into Literacy Routines is by Angela Watson

Reading Strategies for the Social Studies Class

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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  1. MiddleWeb.com began the Future of History blog in 2012 and we’ve had some excellent middle level social studies teachers contribute nearly 80 articles to date. This link leads to the index for the blog: http://www.middleweb.com/category/futureofhistory/

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