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Science, Social Studies, and Math: Cross-Curricular Strategies

About This Session

Summary

High school equivalency tests cover several content areas and instructors rarely have time to teach all areas in a meaningful way. We need to be creative in how we teach language arts, math, social studies, and science.

What we'll cover:

One of the best ways to accomplish this is to use cross-content lessons that cover concepts that can be applied to more than one area.

In this session, I will use science as the main content area, but expand the teaching to cover math and social studies. We will focus on graphic literacy, measures of central tendency and statistics and discuss ways to make these concepts cross-curricular.

We will do some activities that you can take back to your classroom, including creating and analyzing graphs.

Topics & Focus

Primary Topic Area
topic - math, numeracy, & financial literacy
Session will also cover:
topic - adult foundational education (HSE, ASE, ABE) 450x68
topic - instructional theory, methodology, research

Pending

PD LIT
PD PAL
PD other

Handouts & Materials

No handouts or materials available at this time.

Presenter

Mosher, Krista

Krista Mosher
Manager of PD Field Services
Texas Center for the Advancement of Literacy & Learning (TCALL)

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Audience
ROLE classroom instructors
Level
LEVEL beginner
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Breakout24 – MOSHER

Page checked or updated: 6/28/24

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