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The Internet is a dynamic system where new information is being created at a rate never before witnessed. Meanwhile, existing content continues to change and mature. Finding appropriate sources, keeping track of ongoing changes, and being able to quickly retrieve vetted information are the key components that build effective online research. The tools that enable online research are search engines, content, social bookmarks and networks, and RSS aggregators. These tools will be used in this activity to begin building a classroom lesson. Please follow the steps listed below: 1.Research information about a topic on which you would like to build a lesson plan, and search for terms in an Internet search engine. 2.Find online content that will help build a constructivist lesson

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Twenty First Century Learning IP1NameClassDateProfessorTwenty First Century Learning IP1 The constructivist lesson plan draws upon the real world experiences of the student in order to build their own understanding of the topic. The lesson plan will be created for the seventh grade social studies student and will involve students watching the movie North and South in order to enable them to develop a better understanding of the plight of the American citizen during this era in American history. The purpose of the lesson will be to aid students in developing a better understanding of the hardships being faced by the African American and the conflicts that led to the Civil War. The online content that was discovered in the search includes information concerning the constructivist lesson plan such as definition, designing a constructivist lesson plan, theory, content, civil war history, format, and curriculum. The constructivist lesson plan will be formatted in a way to allow the student to be engaged and use prior knowledge to develop a personal understanding of the content. The appropriate format for outlining the constructivist lesson plan on

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