Social Studies Resources Template

Identify your elementary grade level (K–5) and briefly describe, in one paragraph, the focus for your social studies community unit. Explain why it is important for students to learn this. Write your explanation on a new line below.

Part 2

Complete the Social Studies Resources Table below.

The first column lists the type of sources to identify. You do not need to enter anything in that column.

In the second column, provide an example of each type of source to support your unit.

In the third column, explain how the source examples support the students’ assets and diverse needs based on the scenario in the assessment instructions (students who are native residents in your community, students who are foreign to your community, English learners, gifted students, and students with learning disabilities).

In the fourth column, indicate whether the source examples you identified are primary or secondary sources and explain your rationale.

Social Studies Resources Table

Type of Source

Source Examples

How Students’ Assets and Needs Are Supported

Primary or Secondary Source? Why?

School library or community library

Provide an example of at least one resource you and your students can find in the library to support your unit.

Explain how the source examples in this row support the students’ assets and diverse needs.

Indicate whether the source examples you identified in this row are primary or secondary sources and explain your rationale.

Social studies textbook or book

Provide an example of a social studies textbook or book you would use to support your unit.

 

Explain how the source examples you identified in this row support the students’ assets and diverse needs.

 

Indicate whether the source examples you identified in this row are primary or secondary sources and explain your rationale.

Field trip/virtual field trip

Provide an example of at least one place you would visit that would correlate to or support your unit.

Explain how the source examples you identified in this row support the students’ assets and diverse needs.

Indicate whether the source examples you identified in this row are primary or secondary sources and explain your rationale.

Guest speaker

Provide an example of at least one guest speaker you would invite to speak to your students to support your unit.

Explain how the source examples you identified in this row support the students’ assets and diverse needs.

 

Indicate whether the source examples you identified in this row are primary or secondary sources and explain your rationale.

 

Technology

 

Provide an example of at least one technology tool or software you would use to support your unit.

 

Explain how the source examples you identified in this row support the students’ assets and diverse needs.

 

Indicate whether the source examples you identified in this row are primary or secondary sources and explain your rationale.


Identify your elementary grade level (K–5) and briefly describe, in one paragraph, the focus for your social studies community unit. Explain why it is important for students to learn this. Write your explanation on a new line below.
Part 2
Complete the Social Studies Resources Table below.
The first column lists the type of sources to identify. You do not need to enter anything in that column.
In the second column, provide an example of each type of source to support your unit.
In the third column, explain how the source examples support the students’ assets and diverse needs based on the scenario in the assessment instructions (students who are native residents in your community, students who are foreign to your community, English learners, gifted students, and students with learning disabilities).
In the fourth column, indicate whether the source examples you identified are primary or secondary sources and explain your rationale.
Social Studies Resources Table
Type of Source
Source Examples
How Students’ Assets and Needs Are Supported
Primary or Secondary Source? Why?
School library or community library
Provide an example of at least one resource you and your students can find in the library to support your unit.
Explain how the source examples in this row support the students’ assets and diverse needs.
Indicate whether the source examples you identified in this row are primary or secondary sources and explain your rationale.
Social studies textbook or book
Provide an example of a social studies textbook or book you would use to support your unit.
 
Explain how the source examples you identified in this row support the students’ assets and diverse needs.
 
Indicate whether the source examples you identified in this row are primary or secondary sources and explain your rationale.
Field trip/virtual field trip
Provide an example of at least one place you would visit that would correlate to or support your unit.
Explain how the source examples you identified in this row support the students’ assets and diverse needs.
Indicate whether the source examples you identified in this row are primary or secondary sources and explain your rationale.
Guest speaker
Provide an example of at least one guest speaker you would invite to speak to your students to support your unit.
Explain how the source examples you identified in this row support the students’ assets and diverse needs.
 
Indicate whether the source examples you identified in this row are primary or secondary sources and explain your rationale.
 
Technology
 
Provide an example of at least one technology tool or software you would use to support your unit.
 
Explain how the source examples you identified in this row support the students’ assets and diverse needs.
 
Indicate whether the source examples you identified in this row are primary or secondary sources and explain your rationale.

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