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PK 3-4

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Oklahoma Academic Standard 3. The student will understand that history relates to events and people of other times and places. 

Objective 3.4 Explain that lessons can be learned from the past.

In a Nutshell

One of the fundamental reasons why social studies is vital to a society is the fact that learning from the experiences of historical individuals can provide us with valuable lessons. Students should begin to explore their own personal experiences in which they learned from mistakes as well as successes. 

Teacher Action 

Student Action 

  • Assist students to identify point of view and give examples relevant to the student’s experiences in order to elicit lessons learned from such experiences.

  • Facilitate discussions related to democratic principles such as equality and fairness and the lessons that history can teach us about such principles. 

  • Collaboratively ask and respond to enduring essential questions of common concerns to the student and the community related to lessons from historical figures or events.

  • Discuss how people can improve their communities in the present and over time by examining lessons from history. 

Key Concepts 

Misconceptions 

  • learn, remember, lessons, history, important
  • Some students may find it challenging to transfer the events of the past into valuable messages or lessons that can be applied in our modern age and in their individual lives.

  • Others may find it difficult to separate "fame" of an individual with appropriate role-models.

Instructional Resources

Access suggested instructional resources correlated to learning standard and objective.

 

 

 

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