Content Guidelines/Standards Matrix

 

College/University ___Lake Superior State University ____________________________________________________________________________Code:CC

 

Source of Guidelines/Standards: Michigan State Board of Education, December 2001††††††††††††††† Program/Subject Area:†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† History

 

 

Note:

Michigan Test for Teacher Certification will assess teacher candidate content knowledge in History.The single discipline Michigan Test for Teacher Certification in history will cover knowledge of History (60%); basic information in Economics, Geography, and Political Science (20%); and skills using information processing, inquiry, and issue analysis (20%).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Directions:List required courses on matrix and provide additional narrative to explain how standards are met.If electives are included, they should be clearly indicated.Adjust size of cells as needed.

 

 




 

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Standard/Guideline

Courses and/or Experiences that Fulfill the Standards

 

1.0

Standard 1: Have Content Area Knowledge

The program will provide candidates with a minor (20 semester hour minimum) or a major (30 semester hour minimum) providing in-depth knowledge of the content specified in Michigan Curriculum Framework standards for history.

 

 

Taking into account the educational needs of students, the teacher candidate is able to:

 

1.1

describe the major eras within United States history to 1877 and key events within those eras in order to examine relationships and to explain cause and effect;

Elementary

Major:

HS131

This course breaks United States history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

Minor:

HS131

This course breaks United States history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

Secondary

Major:

HS131

This course breaks United States history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

Minor:

HS131

This course breaks United States history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

1.2

describe the major eras within United States history since 1877 and key events within those eras in order to examine relationships and to explain cause and effect;

Elementary

Major:

HS132

This course breaks United States history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

Minor:

HS132

This course breaks United States history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

Secondary

Major:

HS132

This course breaks United States history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

Minor:

HS132

This course breaks United States history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

1.3

describe the major eras within world history to 1500 and key events within those eras in order to examine relationships and to explain cause and effect;

Elementary

 

Major:

HS101

This course breaks world history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

Minor:

HS101

This course breaks world history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

Secondary

 

Major:

HS101

This course breaks world history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

Minor:

HS101

This course breaks world history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

1.4

describe the major eras within world history since 1500 and key events within those eras in order to examine relationships and to explain cause and effect;

Elementary

 

Major:

HS102

This course breaks world history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

Minor:

HS102

This course breaks world history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

Secondary

 

Major:

HS102

This course breaks world history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

Minor:

HS102

This course breaks world history into the various eras, discusses the major events within each era, and explains causal relationships

1.5

understand narratives about major eras of United States history by identifying the people involved, describing the setting, and sequencing events;

Elementary

 

Major:

HS131, HS132

These two courses study the major figures in United States history, describe the environment and background in which their actions occurred, and presents events generally in a chronological order

Minor:

HS131, HS132

These two courses study the major figures in United States history, describe the environment and background in which their actions occurred, and presents events generally in a chronological order

Secondary

 

Major:

HS131, HS132

These two courses study the major figures in United States history, describe the environment and background in which their actions occurred, and presents events generally in a chronological order

Minor:

HS131, HS132

These two courses study the major figures in United States history, describe the environment and background in which their actions occurred, and presents events generally in a chronological order

1.6

understand narratives about major eras of world history by identifying the people involved, describing the setting, and sequencing events;

Elementary

 

Major:

HS101, HS102

These two courses study the major figures in United States history, describe the environment and background in which their actions occurred, and presents events generally in a chronological order

Minor:

HS101, HS102

These two courses study the major figures in United States history, describe the environment and background in which their actions occurred, and presents events generally in a chronological order

Secondary

 

Major:

HS101, HS102

These two courses study the major figures in United States history, describe the environment and background in which their actions occurred, and presents events generally in a chronological order

Minor:

HS101, HS102

These two courses study the major figures in United States history, describe the environment and background in which their actions occurred, and presents events generally in a chronological order

1.7

reconstruct the past by comparing interpretations written by others from a variety of perspectives and creating narratives from evidence;

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elementary

 

Major:

HS101, HS102, HS131, HS132

These courses study how the major historians have interpreted important events, discussing the background and perspectives from which they wrote, and challenging students to critique these interpretations and to develop their own

Minor:

HS101, HS102, HS131, HS132

These courses study how the major historians have interpreted important events, discussing the background and perspectives from which they wrote, and challenging students to critique these interpretations and to develop their own

Secondary

 

Major:

HS101, HS102, HS131, HS132

These courses study how the major historians have interpreted important events, discussing the background and perspectives from which they wrote, and challenging students to critique these interpretations and to develop their own

Minor:

HS101, HS102, HS131, HS132

These courses study how the major historians have interpreted important events, discussing the background and perspectives from which they wrote, and challenging students to critique these interpretations and to develop their own

1.8

evaluate key decisions made at critical turning points in United States history by assessing their implications and long-term consequences;

Elementary

 

Major:

HS131, HS132

These courses discuss key events in United States history such, for example, as Brown vs. Board of Education, and evaluates both their short and long-term implications and consequences

Minor:

HS131, HS132

These courses discuss key events in United States history such, for example, as Brown vs. Board of Education, and evaluates both their short and long-term implications and consequences

Secondary

 

Major:

HS131, HS132

These courses discuss key events in United States history such, for example, as Brown vs. Board of Education, and evaluates both their short and long-term implications and consequences

Minor:

HS131, HS132

These courses discuss key events in United States history such, for example, as Brown vs. Board of Education, and evaluates both their short and long-term implications and consequences

1.9

evaluate key decisions made at critical turning points in world history by assessing their implications and long-term consequences;

Elementary

 

Major:

HS101, HS102

These courses discuss key events in world history such, for example, as the Munich decision, and evaluates both their short and long-term implications and consequences

Minor:

HS101, HS102

These courses discuss key events in world history such, for example, as the Munich decision, and evaluates both their short and long-term implications and consequences

 

Secondary

 

Major:

HS101, HS102

These courses discuss key events in world history such, for example, as the Munich decision and evaluates both their short and long-term implications and consequences

Minor:

HS101, HS102

These courses discuss key events in world history such, for example, as the Munich decision and evaluates both their short and long-term implications and consequences

 

1.10

formulate historical questions and obtain historical data from a variety of sources to construct sound historical narratives and interpretations; and

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elementary

 

Major:

HS496, HS497

In these courses students are taught to construct historical questions and gather historical information from a variety of primary and secondary sources and to write historical narratives while developing their own interpretations

Minor:

HS496

In these courses students are taught to construct historical questions and gather historical information from a variety of primary and secondary sources and to write historical narratives while developing their own interpretations

Secondary

 

Major:

HS496, HS497

In these courses students are taught to construct historical questions and gather historical information from a variety of primary and secondary sources and to write historical narratives while developing their own interpretations

Minor:

HS496

In these courses students are taught to construct historical questions and gather historical information from a variety of primary and secondary sources and to write historical narratives while developing their own interpretations

1.11

identify gaps in the available records, use contextual knowledge, and appropriate research techniques to construct sound historical interpretations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elementary

 

Major:

HS496, HS497

These courses teach students to seek out those questions that have not been answered, to distinguish clearly between fact and interpretation, to understand the perspectives that lead to different interpretations, and to develop their own interpretations

Minor:

HS496

These courses teach students to seek out those questions that have not been answered, to distinguish clearly between fact and interpretation, to understand the perspectives that lead to different interpretations, and to develop their own interpretations

Secondary

 

Major:

HS496, HS497

These courses teach students to seek out those questions that have not been answered, to distinguish clearly between fact and interpretation, to understand the perspectives that lead to different interpretations, and to develop their own interpretations

Minor:

HS496

These courses teach students to seek out those questions that have not been answered, to distinguish clearly between fact and interpretation, to understand the perspectives that lead to different interpretations, and to develop their own interpretations

 

2.0

Standard 2:Make Interdisciplinary Connections

The program will ensure that candidates understand the fundamental ideas, concepts, and facts that provide the basis of the K-12 content standards in each of the four core social studies disciplines, as specified in the Michigan Curriculum Framework.Programs may include courses required as general education requirements; for example, an American Government course could supplement a history minor.An interdisciplinary course could be taught as part of a major or minor, such as an economic history course for a history major.Clear indications of interdisciplinary connections should be evidenced in the course syllabi and measures of candidate performance.

 

 

Taking into account the discipline of history, the teacher candidate is able to:

 

2.1

describe the five themes of geography and apply them to basic world geography;

 

 

 

 

 

Elementary

 

Major:

GG201

 

The five themes of Geography and their application to world geography are presented and explained in this course

Minor:

GG201

 

The five themes of Geography and their application to world geography are presented and explained in this course

Secondary

 

Major:

GG201

The five themes of Geography and their application to world geography are presented and explained in this course

Minor:

GG201

 

The five themes of Geography and their application to world geography are presented and explained in this course

2.2

explain the structure and function of American government, core democratic values, and the rights and responsibilities of citizens;

Elementary

 

Major:

PS110

The structure and functions of American government, core democratic values, and the rights and responsibilities of citizens are presented in this course

Minor:

PS110

The structure and functions of American government, core democratic values, and the rights and responsibilities of citizens are presented in this course

Secondary

 

Major:

PS110

The structure and functions of American government, core democratic values, and the rights and responsibilities of citizens are presented in this course

Minor:

PS110

The structure and functions of American government, core democratic values, and the rights and responsibilities of citizens are presented in this course

2.3

describe the market system and apply basic economic concepts as identified in the Michigan Curriculum Framework; and

Elementary

 

Major:

GG302

This course presents and explains the market system and other basic economic concepts of the free enterprise system

Minor:

GG302

This course presents and explains the market system and other basic economic concepts of the free enterprise system

Secondary

 

Major:

GG302

This course presents and explains the market system and other basic economic concepts of the free enterprise system

Minor:

GG302

This course presents and explains the market system and other basic economic concepts of the free enterprise system

2.4

describe the roles that women and minorities have played in American history.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elementary

 

Major:

HS131, HS132

These courses present the roles that women and minorities have played in American history. (Also TE250, which is required of all students in the teacher education program, deals with diversity in the schools, and, in addition, all degree candidates are required to take a course in diversity)

Minor:

HS131, HS132

These courses present the roles that women and minorities have played in American history. (Also TE250, which is required of all students in the teacher education program, deals with diversity in the schools, and, in addition, all degree candidates are required to take a course in diversity)

 

Secondary

 

Major:

HS131, HS132

These courses present the roles that women and minorities have played in American history. (Also TE250, which is required of all students in the teacher education program, deals with diversity in the schools, and, in addition, all degree candidates are required to take a course in diversity)

Minor:

HS131, HS132

These courses present the roles that women and minorities have played in American history. (Also TE250, which is required of all students in the teacher education program, deals with diversity in the schools, and, in addition, all degree candidates are required to take a course in diversity)

3.0

Standard 3: Can Apply Social Science Perspectives

The program will help candidates develop skills in the crosscutting themes presented in the Michigan Curriculum Framework social studies content standards (inquiry, public discourse and decision making, and citizen involvement).

 

 

The teacher candidate is able to:

 

3.1

acquire information from books, maps, newspapers, data sets, and other sources; organize and present the information in maps, graphs, charts, and time lines; interpret the meaning and significance of information; and use a variety of electronic technologies to assist in assessing and managing information;

Major:

PS110, GG302

These courses deal extensively with various aspects of the topics addressed in this section.

Minor:

PS110, GG302

These courses deal extensively with various aspects of the topics addressed in this section.

Secondary

 

Major:

PS110, GG302

These courses deal extensively with various aspects of the topics addressed in this section.

Minor:

PS110, GG302

These courses deal extensively with various aspects of the topics addressed in this section.

3.2

conduct investigations including the ability to formulate a clear statement of questions, gather and organize information from a variety of sources, analyze and interpret information, formulate and test hypotheses, report results both orally and in writing, and make use of appropriate technology;

Major:

PS110, GG302

These topics are addressed and students perform research and present the results in class presentations and in short papers and a major paper in these courses.

Minor:

PS110, GG302

These topics are addressed and students perform research and present the results in class presentations and in short papers and a major paper in these courses.

Secondary

 

Major:

PS110, GG302

These topics are addressed and students perform research and present the results in class presentations and in short papers and a major paper in these courses.

Minor:

PS110, GG302

These topics are addressed and students perform research and present the results in class presentations and in short papers and a major paper in these courses.

3.3

state issues clearly as questions of public policy, trace the origins of the issues, analyze various perspectives people bring to the issue, and evaluate possible ways to resolve the issue;

Major:

PS110, GG302

Current issues of public policy are addressed, along with their historical roots, and the various perspectives held by different individuals and constituencies as well as the various solutions possible in these courses.

Minor:

PS110, GG302

Current issues of public policy are addressed, along with their historical roots, and the various perspectives held by different individuals and constituencies as well as the various solutions possible in these courses.

 

Secondary

 

Major:

PS110, GG302

Current issues of public policy are addressed, along with their historical roots, and the various perspectives held by different individuals and constituencies as well as the various solutions possible in these courses.

Minor:

PS110, GG302

Current issues of public policy are addressed, along with their historical roots, and the various perspectives held by different individuals and constituencies as well as the various solutions possible in these courses.

 

3.4

engage in constructive conversation about matters of public concern by clarifying issues, considering opposing views, applying democratic values, anticipating consequences, and working toward making decisions;

Major:

PS110, GG302

These issues are presented and discussed

From various perspectives in the above four courses.

Minor:

PS110, GG302

These issues are presented and discussed

From various perspectives in the above four courses.

Secondary

 

Major:

PS110, GG302

These issues are presented and discussed

From various perspectives in the above four courses.

Minor:

PS110, GG302

These issues are presented and discussed

From various perspectives in the above four courses.

3.5

compose coherent written essays that express positions on public issues and justify the positions with reasoned arguments; and

Major:

PS110, GG302

In these courses students are required to write a number of essays in which they take positions on public issues and argue them in a coherent and persuasive manner.

Minor:

PS110, GG302

In these courses students are required to write a number of essays in which they take positions on public issues and argue them in a coherent and persuasive manner.

Secondary

 

Major:

PS110, GG302

In these courses students are required to write a number of essays in which they take positions on public issues and argue them in a coherent and persuasive manner.

Minor:

PS110, GG302

In these courses students are required to write a number of essays in which they take positions on public issues and argue them in a coherent and persuasive manner.

 

3.6

consider the effects of an individualís actions on other people, how one acts in accordance with the rule of law, and how one acts in a virtuous and ethically responsible way as a member of society.

Major:

PS110, GG302

These questions of communal responsibility, ethical social behavior, and acknowledgement of the letter and spirit of public law are addressed in these courses.

Minor:

PS110, GG302

These questions of communal responsibility, ethical social behavior, and acknowledgement of the letter and spirit of public law are addressed in these courses.

Secondary

 

Major:

PS110, GG302

These questions of communal responsibility, ethical social behavior, and acknowledgement of the letter and spirit of public law are addressed in these courses.

Minor:

PS110, GG302

These questions of communal responsibility, ethical social behavior, and acknowledgement of the letter and spirit of public law are addressed in these courses.

4.0

Standard 4: Can Provide Social Studies Instruction

The program will teach candidates how to design, present, and assess social studies instruction.(Programs should provide evidence in field experiences or content area methods classes that students have developed instructional skills specifically related to history.)

 

 

The teacher candidate:

 

4.1

is knowledgeable about teaching methods, curriculum organization, and instructional materials in history;

Major:

TE 442

Several microteaching units are assigned in TE 442 using different teaching strategies.All students are required to create curriculum units and utilize technology.Special emphasis is given to multiculturalism in the curriculum

Minor:

TE 442

Several microteaching units are assigned in TE 442 using different teaching strategies.All students are required to create curriculum units and utilize technology.Special emphasis is given to multiculturalism in the curriculum.

 

Secondary

 

Major:

TE 444

Several microteaching units are assigned in TE 444 using different teaching strategies.All students are required to create curriculum units and utilize technology.Special emphasis is given to multiculturalism in the curriculum

Minor:

TE 444

Several microteaching units are assigned in TE 444 using different teaching strategies.All students are required to create curriculum units and utilize technology.Special emphasis is given to multiculturalism in the curriculum

4.2

can design, present, and assess instructional activities in history as described in the Michigan Curriculum Framework teaching and learning standards (higher order thinking, deep knowledge, substantive conversations, and connections to the world beyond the classroom);

Major:

TE 442

Students are required to create service-learning units that require the use of outside resources to develop the unit.Case studies which require the student to develop problem solving skills are also emphasized throughout both classes

Minor:

TE 442

Students are required to create service-learning units that require the use of outside resources to develop the unit.Case studies which require the student to develop problem solving skills are also emphasized throughout both classes

 

Secondary

 

Major:

TE 444

Students are required to create service-learning units that require the use of outside resources to develop the unit.Case studies which require the student to develop problem solving skills are also emphasized throughout both classes

Minor:

TE 444

Students are required to create service-learning units that require the use of outside resources to develop the unit.Case studies which require the student to develop problem solving skills are also emphasized throughout both classes

 

4.3

has had multiple experiences presenting history content to students;

Major:

TE442

All students are required to develop assessment instruments for lessons.TE 442 has assessment components as part of the class.Students must create rubrics, assessment instruments and create a demonstration form of assessment

Minor:

TE442

All students are required to develop assessment instruments for lessons.TE 442 has assessment components as part of the class.Students must create rubrics, assessment instruments and create a demonstration form of assessment

Secondary

 

Major:

TE444

All students are required to develop assessment instruments for lessons.TE 444 has assessment components as part of the class.Students must create rubrics, assessment instruments and create a demonstration form of assessment

 

Minor:

TE444

All students are required to develop assessment instruments for lessons.TE 444 has assessment components as part of the class.Students must create rubrics, assessment instruments and create a demonstration form of assessment

4.4

has made sustained use of technology appropriate to teaching history;

Major:

TE 442

All students are required to teach using various forms of technology including the internet, power point, hyper studio and other forms of video and computer technology

Minor:

TE 442

All students are required to teach using various forms of technology including the internet, power point, hyper studio and other forms of video and computer technology

Secondary

 

Major:

TE 444

All students are required to teach using various forms of technology including the internet, power point, hyper studio and other forms of video and computer technology

Minor:

TE 444

All students are required to teach using various forms of technology including the internet, power point, hyper studio and other forms of video and computer technology

4.5

can implement the Michigan Curriculum Framework content standards in the history classroom; and

Major:

TE 442, Methods classes

Candidates are provided with a copy of the Michigan Curriculum Framework content standards before creating lessons.Students are assessed according to their use of content standards embedded within the lesson/unit plan

Minor:

TE 442, Methods classes

Candidates are provided with a copy of the Michigan Curriculum Framework content standards before creating lessons.Students are assessed according to their use of content standards embedded within the lesson/unit plan

Secondary

 

Major:

TE 444, Methods classes

Candidates are provided with a copy of the Michigan Curriculum Framework content standards before creating lessons.Students are assessed according to their use of content standards embedded within the lesson/unit plan

Minor:

TE 444, Methods classes

Candidates are provided with a copy of the Michigan Curriculum Framework content standards before creating lessons.Students are assessed according to their use of content standards embedded within the lesson/unit plan

 

4.6

will design and use assessments appropriate to the field of history.

Major:

Methods classes

TE 442

All students are required to develop assessment instruments for lessons.TE 442 has assessment components as part of the class.Students must create rubrics, assessment instruments and create a demonstration form of assessment

Minor:

Methods classes

All students are required to develop assessment instruments for lessons.TE 442 has assessment components as part of the class. Students must create rubrics, assessment instruments and create a demonstration form of assessment

Secondary

 

Major:

Methods classes

TE 444

All students are required to develop assessment instruments for lessons.TE 444 has assessment components as part of the class.Students must create rubrics, assessment instruments and create a demonstration form of assessment

Minor:

Methods classes

TE 444

All students are required to develop assessment instruments for lessons.TE 444 has assessment components as part of the class.Students must create rubrics, assessment instruments and create a demonstration form of assessment

 

 

 

 

 

 

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