Georgia Council for Social Studies Conference October 19, 2007 GaETC, November 15, 2007 Lauren Fancher

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Cool for School: GPS Social Studies Assets in GALILEO. Georgia Board for Social Studies Meeting October 19, 2007 GaETC, November 15, 2007 Lauren Fancher. What is GALILEO?. Georgia's Statewide Virtual Library gave by the state to K12

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Cool for School: GPS Social Studies Resources in GALILEO Georgia Council for Social Studies Conference October 19, 2007 GaETC, November 15, 2007 Lauren Fancher

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What is GALILEO? Georgia's Statewide Virtual Library gave by the state to K12 Full of authorized substance such Encyclopedia Britannica, EBSCO, and SIRS items Unique Georgia substance, for example, the New Georgia Encyclopedia and the Digital Library of Georgia accumulations WWW.GALILEO.USG.EDU

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Georgia Performance Standards Include both abilities (delineate; globe and scholarly handling aptitudes) and points that can be tended to with substance in GALILEO Many GALILEO assets incorporate instructor assets, including connections to content by means of the GPS educational modules, exercises, and different materials. Lexile rankings. GALILEO works with the DOE to build the combination of GALILEO substance into the GPS gateway, MyGaDOE

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Examples of GPS Standards and GALILEO Examples of materials in GALILEO for specific GPS principles for social reviews K-12 Images, maps, intuitive materials, essential source archives, reference book articles, articles from magazines,newspapers, and diaries, books and handouts, checked on sites, and the sky is the limit from there

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Kindergarten SYMBOLS OF AMERICA Historical Understandings SSKH1 The understudy will distinguish the motivation behind national occasions and depict the general population or occasions celebrated. Work Day Columbus Day (Christopher Columbus) Veterans Day Thanksgiving Day Martin Luther King, Jr. Day f. Presidents Day (George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and the present President) g. Dedication Day h. Signal Day i. Autonomy Day

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GALILEO > K12 > Elementary Database: Britannica Online School Edition: Britannica Elementary Search: Thanksgiving Day View: Thanksgiving article Database: Britannica Online School Edition: Compton's by Britannica for Middle School Search: Thanksgiving Day View: Thanksgiving article

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Grade One AMERICAN HEROES Historical Understandings SS1H2 The understudy will read or tune in to American folktales and clarify how they portray our national legacy. The review will incorporate John Henry, Johnny Appleseed, Davy Crockett, Paul Bunyan, and Annie Oakley.

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GALILEO > K12 > Elementary Database: Sirs Discoverer Search: Paul Bunyan View: Babe the Blue Ox, from American Folklore View: Fantastic Folk Heroes, from Boy's Life

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Grade Two GEORGIA, MY STATE Historical Understandings SS2H1 The understudy will read about and portray the lives of verifiable figures in Georgia history. a. Distinguish the commitments made by these noteworthy figures: James Oglethorpe, Tomochichi, and Mary Musgrove (establishing of Georgia); Sequoyah (improvement of a Cherokee letter set); Jackie Robinson (sports); Martin Luther King, Jr. (social liberties); Jimmy Carter (initiative and human rights).

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GALILEO > Digital Library of Georgia Search: Mary Musgrove View: New Georgia Encyclopedia Article: Mary Musgrove (ca. 1700-ca. 1763) View: Advertisement

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Grade Three OUR DEMOCRATIC HERITAGE Historical Understandings SS3H1 The understudy will clarify the political foundations of our cutting edge vote based system in the United States of America. a. Recognize the impact of Greek design (Parthenon, U. S. Incomparable Court building), law, and the Olympic Games on the present.

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GALILEO >Arts and Humanities>Arts and Architecture Database: Historic Architecture and Landscapes of Georgia Search: Greek Architecture View: Pictures of houses from all over Georgia

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GALILEO >K12 >Elementary Database: EBSCO Image Search: Parthenon View: All Images by flipping

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GALILEO >K12 >Elementary Database: Britannica Elementary Search: U.S. Preeminent Court Building

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Grade Four UNITED STATES HISTORY TO 1860 Historical Understandings SS4H4 The understudy will clarify the causes, occasions, and consequences of the American Revolution. c. Portray the significant occasions of the Revolution and disclose the elements prompting to American triumph and British thrashing; incorporate the Battles of Lexington and Concord and Yorktown.

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Grade Four UNITED STATES HISTORY TO 1860 Geographic Understandings SS4G1 The understudy will have the capacity to find critical physical and man-made elements in the United States. b. Find real man-made components; incorporate New York City, NY; Boston, MA; Philadelphia, PA; and the Erie Canal.

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GALILEO >K12 >Elementary Database: Searchasaurus Category: History Subcategory>Revolutionary War (1775-1783) Article: Not So Hidden History, Boy's Life Next - Search: Revolutionary Battles

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Grade Five UNITED STATES HISTORY SINCE 1860 Historical Understandings SS5H6 The understudy will clarify the explanations behind America's association in World War II. e. Portray the impacts of proportioning and the changing part of ladies and African-Americans; incorporate "Rosie the Riveter" and the Tuskegee Airmen.

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GALILEO >Digital Library of Georgia Browse by accumulation name "S" Collection: Ships for Victory View all Photographs Female welder

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Grade Six UNITED STATES HISTORY SINCE 1860 Economic Understandings SS6E2 The understudy will give cases of how intentional exchange benefits purchasers and dealers in Latin America and the Caribbean and Canada. c. Break down the advancement and effect of exchange pieces, for example, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the Common Market of the South (MERCOSUR), and Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA).

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GALILEO >K12 >Middle Database: Kids Search NAFTA Filter Results Photos Radio and TV News Transcripts

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Reading Across The Curriculum SS6RC1 Students will improve perusing in all educational programs regions by: Reading in All Curriculum Areas ・ Read at least 25 review level proper books every year from an assortment of subject trains and take an interest in dialogs identified with curricular learning in all zones. ・ Read both instructive and anecdotal messages in an assortment of sorts and methods of talk. ・ Read specialized writings identified with different branches of knowledge.

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GALILEO >K12 >Middle Database: NoveList K-8 Teacher Resources Grab and Go Book Lists Grades 6-8 Immigration, Mid-twentieth to Late twentieth Century

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Grade Seven AFRICA AND ASIA Geographic Understandings SS7G1 The understudy will have the capacity to portray and find the critical physical and human attributes of Africa. b. Portray and find the countries of South Africa, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Rwanda, Mozambique, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ghana, Mali, Mauritania, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Egypt, Ethiopia, Libya, Kenya, and Chad.

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GALILEO >K12 >Middle Database: SIRS Discoverer Country Facts Zimbabwe Also: Educator Resources Correlated to Standards Georgia Social Studies Grade 7 Geographic Understanding SS7G1

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Grade Eight Georgia Studies Historical Understandings SS8H5 The understudy will clarify noteworthy components that influenced the improvement of Georgia as a component of the development of the United States in the vicinity of 1789 and 1840. d. Break down the occasions that prompted to the evacuation of Creeks and Cherokees; incorporate the parts of Alexander McGillivray, William McIntosh, Sequoyah, John Ross, Dahlonega Gold Rush, Worcester v. Georgia, Andrew Jackson, John Marshall, and the Trail of Tears.

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>GALILEO >Digital Library of Georgia Search: Cherokee Removal Collection: "Thar's Gold in Them Thar Hills": Gold and Gold Mining in Georgia, 1830s-1940s

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Grades 9-12 American Government/Civics SSCG3 The understudy will exhibit learning of the United States Constitution. Clarify the primary thoughts in civil argument over approval; incorporate those in The Federalist. Break down the reason for government expressed in the Preamble of the United States Constitution. Clarify the central standards whereupon the United States Constitution is based; incorporate the administer of law, prominent sway, partition of forces, balanced governance, and federalism.

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GALILEO > K12 >High School Database: Annals of American History Timeline 1784-1796: Organizing a New Nation Also, Search: Constitution

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Grades 9-12 Economics Macroeconomic Concepts SSEMA1 The understudy will represent the methods by which monetary movement is measured. Clarify that general levels of wage, work, and costs are dictated by the spending and creation choices of families, organizations, government, and net fares. Characterize Gross Domestic Product (GDP), financial development, unemployment, Consumer Price Index (CPI), expansion, stagflation, and total supply and total request. Clarify how monetary development, expansion, and unemployment are ascertained. Distinguish auxiliary, repetitive, and frictional unemployment. Characterize the phases of the business cycle, and in addition subsidence and wretchedness. Portray the distinction between the national obligation and government shortfalls.

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GALILEO > K12 >High School Database: SIRS Researcher Pro Vs. CON Leading Issues More Issues Unemployment Overview Pro/Con My Analysis PDF Research Guide Interactive

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Grades 9-12 World Geography SSWG3 The understudy will portray the communication of physical and human frameworks that have molded contemporary North Africa/Southwest Asia. Portray the area of major physical elements and their effect on North Africa/Southwest Asia. Portray the real atmospheres of North Africa/Southwest Asia and how they have influenced the advancement of North Africa/Southwest Asia. Dissect the effect characteristic assets, particularly oil, have on North Africa/Southwest Asia. Break down the effect of water supplies on the development of populace focuses. Clarify the effect of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam on the improvement of the regionユs culture. Clarify why this district contains territories on two differe