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These guidelines are designed to help teachers and school districts answer questions related to the national history standards as they develop their own local curriculum. The work is built upon the original guidelines from the Bradley Commission on History in the Schools. This booklet is divided into two parts: (1) "Introduction"; and (2) "Building a United States History Curriculum." Suggestions are given for using principles of selection for content studied and are explained in detail in the second part of the booklet. Curricular frameworks are offered for early grades, middle school and high school, with several patterns of coverage mentioned. The bulk of the booklet contained in part 2 covers: (1) "United States History: What It Is and Why Study It?"; (2) "Central Strands and Significant Questions to Be Carried throughout Courses and across the Grades"; (3) "Major Eras and Topics within the Chronological Narrative of United States History"; (4) "Some Details of U.S. History: People, Events, Ideas, Institutions, and Creative Works to Begin Bringing the American Story to Life." (EH)

Descriptors: Curriculum Design, Elementary Secondary Education, Historiography, History, History Instruction, National Standards, Social Studies, Thematic Approach, United States History

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Autor: National Council for History Education, Inc., Westlake, OH.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=10495&id=ED421387



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