Student Lessons

Student Lesson Plans from the Class of 2013/14

Please review these quality inquiry lesson models. The models were created by students in Dr. James Hartwick's Methods of Teaching Social Studies course. Please feel free to browse the models and use them in your own classroom.

An Inquiry lesson asks students to generate hypotheses about the answer to a contested question, and then presents them with data to support or undermine those hypotheses.

Student Lesson Plans from the Class of 2012/13

Please review these quality inquiry lesson models. The models were created by students in Dr. James Hartwick's Methods of Teaching Social Studies course. Please feel free to browse the models and use them in your own classroom.

An Inquiry lesson asks students to generate hypotheses about the answer to a contested question, and then presents them with data to support or undermine those hypotheses.

Student Lesson Plans from the Class of 2010/11

Please review these quality inquiry lesson models. The models were created by students in Dr. James Hartwick's Methods of Teaching Social Studies course. Please feel free to browse the models and use them in your own classroom.

An Inquiry lesson asks students to generate hypotheses about the answer to a contested question, and then presents them with data to support or undermine those hypotheses.

Student Lesson Plans from the Class of 2009/10

Please review these quality inquiry lesson models. The models were created by students in Dr. James Hartwick's Methods of Teaching Social Studies course. Please feel free to browse the models and use them in your own classroom.

An Inquiry lesson asks students to generate hypotheses about the answer to a contested question, and then presents them with data to support or undermine those hypotheses.

Student Lesson Plans from the Class of 2008/09

These lesson plans follow the "Inquiry" model and the "Socratic Seminar" model.

An Inquiry lesson asks students to generate hypotheses about the answer to a contested question, and then presents them with data to support or undermine those hypotheses.
A Socratic Seminar provides students an opportunity to have an in depth discussion of an important text. These lesson plans were created by students in Dr. James Hartwick's Methods of Teaching Social Studies course at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

Student Lesson Plans from the Class of 2006/07

Please review these quality inquiry lesson models. The models were created by students in Dr. James Hartwick's Methods of Teaching Social Studies course. Please feel free to browse the models and use them in your own classroom.