First, familiarize yourself with the reading on an authentic assessment available at:http://jonathan.mueller.faculty.noctrl.edu/toolbox/index.htmNext, pick the topic (appropriate for elementary social studies and in compliance with the Maine Learning Results (for Social Studies)) and, following the general scheme for lesson plans (provided), create a social studies-related lesson plan that will employ some form(s) of an authentic assessment, along with teaching strategies/techniques discussed in Chapter 10 of Essentials of Elementary Soc. Studies by Williams.The main focus in this assignment will be put on various forms of an (authentic) assessment in social studies; its a critically important issue.
- Addictions: drug, gambling, smoking, drinking, etc.
- The purpose of this assignment is to identify your target customer, create a graphical document to introduce your product or service to potential consumers, build customer interest, and encourage customer engagement
- Choose one of the following topics: • What personal goal or achievement are you most proud of? Share the story of the moment you reached that goal. • What one event brought you closer to your family? Describe that day. • Was there an event in your life where you made a mistake or misjudged a situation? Describe how the event occurred and what you learned from it.
- • Identify a major purchase or event in your life such as buying a car, selecting a college, completing a Do-It-Yourself project, creating a project at work, purchasing appliances, or planning an event. • Reflect on the steps you went through when researching a major purchase or planning for an event. In your reflection,
- What are the differences between individual and population health disparities? What makes a population vulnerable? Discuss how each vulnerable population discussed in Chapter 3 experiences health disparities. Include how health policies and the culture of the United States shapes and influences these disparities.:Social Justice and Advocacy in Nursing Unit 6 : Social Justice and Advocacy in Population Health