Florida International University How to Make Change & Social Science Discussion – Assignment Help

I’m working on a social science question and need support to help me learn.

Below you will find a series of activities (including articles/chapters to read, video clips to watch, images to analyze, questions to consider, and possibly more). At the end of the lesson, you will complete the associated “assignment” to record your thoughts and show completion of this lesson. Please take time to complete these activities carefully and critically, and make sure to cite/reference the items you viewed below in your assignment answers (be specific

  • Part 1: Wrestle with the essential question(s) and respond to it/them. Answer the question(s) clearly and concisely, providing evidence or examples for claims, cite the readings/videos/podcasts when appropriate, making connections to your life and/or current events, and being reflexive over how the material has shaped your previous and present understandings of the topic.
  • Part 2: List a SAC that fits within the bounds of this lesson. And briefly explain how you think this SAC is related to this module, what you learned, and makes suggestions about how the SAC and module could be used in their future classroom.

Essential questions:

How do we make change?

How can individuals make a positive impact on their communities and/or influence the government to make changes they want to see made?

watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxlmiqKqofI&feature=emb_logo (Links to an external site.)

read https://rosaparksbiography.org (Links to an external site.)

read Serriere, S, Mitra, D. & Cody, J. (2010). Young citizens take action for better school lunches. Social Studies and the Young Learner, 23(2), 4-8. ATTACHED

read Chapters 14, 15, & 17 of Takaki & Stefoff’s A different mirror for young people: A history of multicultural America (course textbook) ATTACHED

*Don’t forget to make connections to your life/experiences in Part I and in Part II to describe how you would use the SAC and module in your future classroom.

In a separate paper

answer the below questions based on these two readings

Essential Question(s): How do we make change? How can individuals make a positive impact on their communities and/or influence the government to make changes they want to see made?

read the below

Adams, E. (2015). Civics at the grocery store: A field trip of awareness and agency. Social Studies and the Young Learner, 27(4), 16-18. ATTACHED

Brugar , K.A. (2015). Children as civics agents during the Civil Rights Movement. Social Studies and the Young Learner, 27(4), 5-10. ATTACHED


*Don’t forget to make connections to your life/experiences in Part I and in Part II to describe how you would use the SAC and module in your future classroom.

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