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All Hands on Deck: Learning Adventures Aboard "Old Ironsides" and Tennessee Social Studies Curriculum Process Standards

Acquiring Information:
Acquiring information involves locating, gathering, observing, comprehending, organizing, and processing information from a variety of primary and secondary sources. These sources include printed materials, maps, graphic representations, and artifacts, physical and human environmental elements, media and technology sources.

K-12
USS Constitution – What Do You Know? (10)

K-4  
Let's Decide, a role-playing activity (10)
Constitution Concentration, a game of memory and matching pairs (18)
First, Second, Third…, making a time line (18)
Coloring, Counting and Chain of Command, putting objects in order (42)
Simplified Skipper Says (80)

5-8  
Understanding Freedom (11)
A Navy of Six, reading a table (21)
What the Crew Do, using resources and references (45)
Victory in the News, reading an historical, secondary source (62)
History Mystery, writing historical fiction (63)
Eyewitness Account, reading a primary source (63)
Prove it! understanding inference (111)
History Mystery Detective Squad, investigating local history (111)
What the Crew Do, using resources and references (45)
History Mystery Detective Squad, investigating local history (111)

9-12
Category: American History, a quiz show activity (11)
Does America Need Warships? comparing yesterday and today (22)
Evaluating, Taking and Defending a Position, holding a debate (22)
Trades and Skills, conducting a survey (28)
Crew Pay, understanding historical context (46)
Fulton: No Folly to Brits, interpreting a political cartoon (64)
Eyes on the Prize, computing prize money (88)
The Nitty Gritty, read and report (46)
Striking Parallels in History, compare and contrast (57)
Fulton: No Folly to Brits, interpreting a political cartoon (64)
Personal Observation, writing an eyewitness account (64)
Our Town, an oral history project (100)
Reasons to Believe, establishing facts from evidence (112)

Analysis of Data and Problem Solving:
Problem solving involves the comprehension, analysis, and interpretations of data leading to the development of a solution or conclusion. Students will develop problem-solving skills through comprehension, analysis, interpretations, synthesis, summary, and evaluation.

Does History Repeat Itself? (72)

K-4  
Let’s Decide, a role-playing activity (10)
What is Boasting? (61)
Good Luck, Bad Luck, writing about personal experience (67)
Simplified Skipper Says (80)
Wheel of Change, observing detail and understanding a process (103)

5-8  
Understanding Freedom (11)
A Navy of Six, reading a table (21)
What the Crew Do, using resources and references (45)
A Personal Point of View, conveying the facts (57)
Victory in the News, reading an historical, secondary source (62)
History Mystery, writing historical fiction  (62)
Victory in the News, reading an historical, secondary source (62)
Eyewitness Account, reading a primary source (63)
Prove It! understanding inference (111)
Poetry Power, understanding the power of words (104)

9-12
Does America Need Warships? comparing yesterday and today (22)
Evaluating, Taking and Defending a Position, holding a debate (22)
Trades and Skills, conducting a survey (28)
A Tax on Walking Sticks, making a table, creating math problems (28)
Change for the Better or Worse? conducting a panel discussion (40)
Crew Pay, understanding historical context (46)
The Nitty Gritty, read and report (46)
Fulton: No Folly to Brits, interpreting a political cartoon (64)
Striking Parallels in History, compare and contrast (58)
To Fight or Not to Fight, class discussion (58)
Personal Observation, writing an eyewitness account (64)
Fulton: No Folly to Brits, interpreting a political cartoon (64)
Blow Ye Winds, geography and earth science (70)
Eyes on the Prize, computing prize money (88)
Design a Figurehead, creating a design concept, incorporating symbolic representation (106)
Reasons to Believe, establishing facts from evidence (112)

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Communication:
Communication is the conveyance of ideas, value judgments, beliefs, and emotions through individual expression, group dialogue, cultural communities, and global networks by oral, written, symbolic, visual, and technological means.

Does History Repeat Itself? (72)

K-12
USS Constitution – What Do You Know? (10)

K-4 
Let’s Decide, a role-playing activity (10)
Constitution Concentration, a game of memory and matching pairs (18)
First, Second, Third…, making a time line (18)
Good Luck, Bad Luck, writing about personal experience (67)
Good News, Bad News, writing a broadside, working with rhyme (67)
World Exploring, understanding other places, other cultures (97)

5-8  
Understanding Freedom (11)
Sink or Sail? computing Constitution’s immersion factor (38)
A Personal Point of View, conveying the facts (57)
Victory in the News, reading an historical, secondary source (62)
Eyewitness Account, reading a primary source (63)
Hear Ye, Hear Ye! writing a broadside (69)
Poetry Power, understanding the power of words (104)
Writing an Artifact, describing, relating form and function (110)
Prove it! understanding inference (111)
History Mystery Detective Squad, investigating local history (111)
Who is Like You? writing a short story (120)

9-12 
Does America Need Warships? comparing yesterday and today (22)
Evaluating, Taking and Defending a Position, holding a debate (22)
Change for the Better or Worse? conducting a panel discussion (40)
Crew Pay, understanding historical context (46)
The Nitty Gritty, read and report (46)
To Fight or Not to Fight, class discussion (58)
Fulton: No Folly to Brits, interpreting a Political Cartoon (64)
Personal Observation, writing an eyewitness account (64)
What a Glorious/Tragic Day! working with rhyme and meter (70)
Eyes on the Prize, computing prize money (88)
Our Town, an oral history project (100)
Design a Figurehead, creating a design concept, incorporating a symbolic representation (106)
Writing an Artifact, describing, relating form and function (110)
Prove It! understanding inference (111)
Fanciful Display, designing a bulletin board exhibit (112)
Save It! historic preservation through political action (114)

Historical Awareness:
Historical awareness, integral to all of the Social Studies disciplines, includes an understanding of chronological placement, historical trends, and historical decision-making. Students will be able to comprehend the significance of historical data using a variety of analytical skills. Such understanding enables students to prioritize events, identify bias, recognize perspectives, interpret trends, and predict outcomes.

Does History Repeat Itself? (72)

K-12
USS Constitution – What Do You Know? (10)

K-4  
Let’s Decide, a role-playing activity (10)
First, Second, Third…, making a time line (18)
Good Luck, Bad Luck, writing about personal experience (67)
Wheel of Change, observing detail and understanding a process (103)

5-8  
Understanding Freedom (11)
What Happened When? creating a time line (18)
Blast Away, describing a sequence (39)
A Personal Point of View, conveying the facts (57)
Prove It! understanding inference (111)

9-12 
Does America Need Warships? comparing yesterday and today (22)
Evaluating, Taking and Defending a Position, holding a debate (22)
Change for Better or Worse? conducting a panel discussion (40)
Crew Pay, understanding historical context (46)
The Nitty Gritty, read and report (46)
Trades and Skills, conducting a survey (28)
Change for the Better or Worse? conducting a panel discussion (40)
Striking Parallels in History, compare and contrast (58)
To Fight or Not to Fight, class discussion (58)
Fulton: No Folly to Brits, interpreting a political cartoon (64)
Personal Observation, writing an eyewitness account (64)
Blow Ye Winds, geography and earth science (70)
Eyes on the Prize, computing prize money (88)
Reasons to Believe, establishing facts from evidence (112)

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