Social Studies - Course Expectations

2018-2019 Course Expectations

Courses are listed alphabetically:

COURSE NAME GRADE(S) OFFERED
American Studies 10
Ancient World History 11, 12
AP Economics 11, 12
AP Psychology 11, 12
AP United States Government and Politics 11, 12 
AP United States History 10, 11, 12
Civics and American Government 11
Contemporary World Issues 11, 12
Economics: Principles and Practices 11, 12
Humanities 9
Introduction to Psychology 11, 12
Law and Criminal Justice 11, 12
Local Government and Law Enforcement 11, 12
Middle Ages and Renaissance (The) 11, 12
Modern Western Traditions (ECE) 11, 12
Modern World History 9
Modern World: An Interdisciplinary Seminar (The) 9
Myth, Movies and History 11, 12
National Government and Intelligence Studies 11, 12
Sociology: Understanding Society 11, 12
United States History 10
United States History Honors 10

Rubrics and Research Guides

  1. Oral Presentation Rubric (Effective Communicator/Knowledgeable Person)
  2. Reading Rubric (Skilled Information Processor/Knowledgeable Person)
  3. Argumentative Essay Rubric (Effective Communicator/Knowledgeable Person)
  4. Research Paper Rubric

Graphic Organizers:
Link Introduction and Conclusion
Link Point of View or Position