Flipped Classroom - Social Studies

Flipped Classroom - Social Studies


At the end of this, students should be able to understand that limited financial resources often influence what one can have or do. Also, the students will be able to understand that people often make choices because they have limited financial resources and cannot have everything they want. At the end of this, students will know, sometimes, the amount of money people have limits the choices they make, and wealth is relative depending on one's perspective.

This video that I created is to teach students about standard 4.E.2.2. This will help the visual learners in my class be able to actually place what "wealth" looks like in America as well as help auditory learners grasp what I am learning by being able to replay my video to catch something they didn't before. 

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Teaching Social Studies - Flipped Classroom