Author:
Joanna Schimizzi, Merle Sternberg, Jamie Murray-Branch, Gerald Sternberg, Gloria Hawkins
Subject:
U.S. History
Material Type:
Lesson, Reading, Reference Material
Level:
Lower Primary
Tags:
AAJFG Collection, aajfg-collection
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike
Language:
English

AAJFG - 1.14 EXAMPLES OF KINDERGARTEN AND FIFTH GRADE RESOURCES USING A BUNDLING AND QUERY-BASED OR TOPIC SPECIFIC TEACHING MODEL

AAJFG - 1.14 EXAMPLES OF KINDERGARTEN AND FIFTH GRADE RESOURCES USING A BUNDLING AND QUERY-BASED OR TOPIC SPECIFIC TEACHING MODEL

Overview

Bundling is the practice of creating groups (or “bundles”) of standards that are arranged together as a focus for an instructional lesson. Teachers are able to weave together several standards within a single lesson or unit while integrating each lesson into a larger curriculum sequence.  History instruction offers teachers many opportunities to bundle during query based or topic specific instruction.  Examples of bundling are presented in these resources.  Essential knowledge related to our multicultural society as it relates to the development of our country are also bundled into these sample resources.  To learn more about bundling, watch the video below.

 

Bundled Instruction

 

1.14 EXAMPLES OF KINDERGARTEN AND FIFTH GRADE RESOURCES USING A BUNDLING AND QUERY-BASED OR TOPIC SPECIFIC TEACHING MODEL

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