Social Studies - Course Expectations

Course Expectations

Click on any of the following items to view the 2017-2018 course expectations for the course indicated:

COURSE NAME

GRADE(S) OFFERED

Modern World History

9

The Modern World: An Interdisciplinary Seminar

9

Humanities

9

United States History

10

United States History Honors 10

AP United States History

10, 11, 12

American Studies

10

Civics and American Government

11

AP American Government and Politics

11, 12

AP European History

11, 12

AP Psychology

11, 12

Introduction to Psychology

11, 12

Sociology: Understanding Society

11, 12

Law and Criminal Justice

11, 12

Ancient World History

11, 12

The Middle Ages & Renaissance

11, 12

Economics: Principles and Practices

11, 12

AP Economics

11, 12

Contemporary World Issues

11, 12

Myth, Movies, and History

11, 12

Local Government and Law Enforcement

11, 12

National Government and Intelligence Studies

11, 12

 


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

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