Chapter 25: Guiding Social Studies Experiences - Erin...

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Erin McDonald 3-23-17 Early Childhood Period 3 Chapter 25: Guiding Social Studies Experiences 1. Incidental learnings: learning experiences that happen during the course of a normal day. 2. Perceptions: ideas formed about a relationship or object as a result of what a child learns about their senses. 3. Culture: patterns of social behavior. 4. Omission: implying that some groups have less value. 5. Morning meetings: promote a caring community at toddler, preschool, kindergarten, and school-age levels. 6. Ecology: the study of the chain of life. Review and Reflect 1. Children learn skills, attitudes, and the knowledge of society. 2. To keep a child’s interest, you must teach children the different customs and how to learn and accept these differences. 3. They’re able to plan out which activities they would want to do. 4. Incidental learnings are earning experiences that happen during the course of a normal day. 5. To see if standards are being met, assessments must be done to make sure the

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