Notable Social Studies Trade Books 2014

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Presentation of the 2014 Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People. Books were published in 2013. Presented by Karen Hildebrand, member of the selection committee sponsored by the Children's Book Council and the National Council for Social Studies.

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  • 1. ELA: Root of STEM and CORENotable Social Studies Trade Books Presented by Karen Hildebrand Committee member for CBC/NCSS

2. Notable Social Studies Trade Books 2014Presented by Karen Hildebrand Selection committee member 3. Contact me for hotlinks handouts: hildebka@gmail.com 4. Book Review Committee >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>The National Council For Social Studies The Childrens Book Council Since 1972Email: hildebka@gmail.com 5. For children in grades K-12 Published in 2013Criteria: ~ emphasize human relations ~ represent a diversity of groups ~ sensitive to a broad range of cultural experiences ~ present an original theme or a fresh slant on a traditional topic ~ easily readable ~ high literary quality ~ pleasing format ~ where appropriate, include illustrations that enrich the text 6. Thematic Strands of the NCSS Curriculum Standards for Social Studies Culture Time, Continuity, and Change People, Places, and Environments Individual Development and Identity Individuals, Groups, and Institutions Power, Authority, and Governance Production, Distribution, and Consumption Science, Technology, and Society Global Connections Civic Ideals and Practices 7. Key Ideas and Details: ~ cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources ~ determine central ideas of information of primary or secondary source ~ provide an accurate summary of the source distinct from prior knowledge or opinions ~ identify key steps in a texts description of a process related to history/social studies (how a bill becomes a law; how interest rates are raised or loweredCraft and Structure ~ determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in text ~ vocabulary specific to domains related to history/social studies ~ describe how a text presents information (sequentially, comparatively, causally) ~ identify aspects of text that reveal authors point of view or purpose (loaded language, inclusion or avoidance of particular facts) Integration of Knowledge and Ideas ~ integrate visual information (charts, graphs, photographs, videos ,maps) ~ distinguish among fact, opinion, and reasoned judgment in a text ~ analyze relationship between a primary and secondary source on same topic Range of Reading Level of Text Complexity ~ read and comprehend history/social studies texts in grades 6-8 text complexity band independently and proficiently 8. PICTURE BOOKS 9. Jonathan Bean 10. Laura Vaccaro Seeger 11. Alvaro F. Villa 12. Gujarat, India Hindu Caste system 13. Set in Mauritania. Tradition of the malafa. 14. Rachel Isadora 15. http://www.reading.org/General/Publications/blog/BlogSinglePost/engage/2013/07/17/ planting-seeds-for-fiction-one-fact-at-a-time#.Ut89k470AdU 16. ChitraBanerjeeDivakarunihttp://www.chitradivakaruni.com/ 17. Barbara Brown 18. PAUL FLEISCHMAN 19. Picture Books Based on Actual events or Family stories 20. Helen Foster James & Virginia Shin-MuiLoh 21. Icy Smith 22. Illustrator and Author Allen Say 23. http://authorsforearthday.org/ blog/?p=302 24. PICTURE BOOK BIOGRAPHIES 25. Henrietta Leavitt, Pioneering Woman Astronomer 1890s 26. Author: Julie CumminsHow Ruth Elder Soared into Americas Heart 27. Kate Sessions: The True Story of How One Tree-Loving Woman Changed a City ForeverH. Joseph Hopkins 28. Nonfiction/ Informational Text Picture Books 29. Aleksandra & Daniel Mizielinski 30. https://www.teachervision.com/tv/printables/macmillan/frog-song_tg.pdf 31. Judith & Dennis Fradin 32. Port Macquarie, Australiahttp://deborahleerose.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Jimmy-the-Joey-Teachers-GuideFINAL-lo-res.pdf 33. Jill Robinson Chengdu, China 34. RoxaneOrgill 35. Russell Freedman 36. Kathleen Krull and Kathryn Hewitt 37. NON-FICTION INFORMATIONAL TEXT 38. http://www.hbook.com/2013/08/authors-illustrators/five-questions-for-mitali-perkins/#_ 39. Russell Freedman 40. Martin W. Sandler 41. Mary Losure 42. Amy Ehrlich 43. Sean Callery 44. Sean Stewart Price 45. http://shelleypearsall.com/JumpInToTheSky_EG_WEB.pdf 46. Pearl Witherington CornioleyWartime secret agent 47. HISTORICAL & CONTEMPORARY FICTION 48. Monica Edinger 49. Tuscarora Native Reservation, New York State 1975 50. 1830 Mississippi 51. http://media.bloomsbury.com/rep/files/ teachers-guide-the-weight-of-water.pdf 52. MAL PEET 53. Katie QuirkTanzania, 1970s 54. 1854 55. The Wonders of a London Water Drop Punch magazine. 1850 The image depicts a cartoonist's impression of a drop of water, from the River Thames, under a microscope. It reveals what 'creatures' might live there and, in turn, what Londoners could be swallowing on a daily basis. 56. The Broad Street Pump Dr. John Snow MemorialDr. John SnowRev. Henry Whitehead 57. Victoria McKernan 58. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZE_xydfsOc 59. http://alinesax.be/warpers/ 60. Poetry 61. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/ 70368812901363882/ http://www.annburg.com/SerafinaTheCommonCore.html 62. http://myaamiahistory.wordpress.com/ 2013/11/12/faqssalt/ 63. Tula: Gertrudis Gomez de Avellaneda, mid 1800s 64. but 65. Scott ODell Historical Fiction Award 66. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPmmh_h2c9U 67. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYnJSpiufUU 68. As seen by Matt James 69. The Mad Potter of Biloxi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1TY2JNDxdU 70. http://www.socialstudies.org/notable 71. http://delightfulchildrensbooks.com/2013/08/22/social-studies-nonfiction-picture-books/Barbara Kerley Jeanette Winter Monica Brown Kadir Nelson Deborah Hopkinson Betsy and Giulio Maestro Andrea Davis Pinkney Joseph Bruchac Jean Fritz Russell Freedman 72. Questions? Comments? hildebka@gmail.com