Social Studies

  • PRINCIPLES OF WORLD GEOGRAPHY -examines people, places and environments as they apply to everyday lives, with an emphasis placed on cultures. Students will develop an understanding of location, natural resources, other countries and cultures and map reading skills.

     

    APPLIED WORLD GEOGRAPHY -is a basic examination of people, places, environment, and cultures of the world in their everyday world. Map reading skills will be utilized.

     

    PRINCIPLES OF WORLD HISTORY -offers a comprehensive overview of human history. Emphasis is placed on significant people and events from the stone-age to the present at an appropriate reading level.

     

    APPLIED WORLD HISTORY -offers a basic overview of human history. Emphasis is placed on significant people and events from the Stone Age to the present at an appropriate level.

     

    PRINCIPLES OF U.S. HISTORY -focuses on the nation as a world power from 1900 to present. Foreign affairs, domestic issues and major world conflicts are presented at appropriate reading levels.

     

    APPLIED U.S. HISTORY -focuses on the nation as a world power from 1900 to the present. Basic knowledge of domestic issues and major world conflicts are covered at an appropriate level.

     

    PRINCIPLES OF GOVERNMENT -focuses on the structure, functions and powers of the United States Constitution. National, state and local government concepts will be taught at an appropriate level to prepare students to be productive and responsible adult citizens in their communities.

     

    APPLIED GOVERNMENT -focuses on the basic functions and powers of the U.S. Constitution. National, state and local government concepts will also be covered at appropriate levels.

     

    PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS -focuses on the structure and functions of how free enterprise affects the economy. National, state and local economic concepts will be taught at an appropriate level to prepare students to be productive and responsible adult citizens in their communities.

     

    APPLIED ECONOMICS -focuses on the structure and functions of how free enterprise affects the economy. National, state and local economic concepts will be taught at an appropriate level.

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