• Grade 9 - United States History and Government I

    Grade 9 - United States History and Government I

    This course focuses on the history of the United States from 1700 to 1900. Topics covered in this course include: Colonial America, Revolution and Independence, Constitutional Foundations, Nationalism and Expansionism, Antebellum and the Civil War, Reconstruction, Westward Expansion, and Industrialization and the Progressive Era. Connections will be made between the events of this time period and the present. The role of geography, economic development, and governmental systems will be integrated. Students will be able to analyze social studies information presented, identify cause and effect relationships, and provide explanations for modern events based on past experiences.

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  • Grade 9 Honors - United States History & Government I

    Grade 9 Honors - United States History & Government I

    This course focuses on the history of the United States from 1700 to 1900. Topics covered in this course include: Colonial America, Revolution and Independence, Constitutional Foundations, Nationalism and Expansionism, Antebellum and the Civil War, Reconstruction, Westward Expansion, and Industrialization and the Progressive Era. Connections will be made between the events of this time period and the present. The role of geography, economic development, and governmental systems will be integrated. Students will analyze important themes throughout early American history in order to identify cause and effect relationships, and provide explanations for modern events based on past experiences. Students will be able to synthesize historical information into defendable positions regarding past and present events, and formulate plausible predictions based on their in-depth understandings. This course will will be more academically rigorous and require a greater workload outside of the classroom.

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  • Grade 10 - Grade 10 World History & Geography II

    Grade 10 - Grade 10 World History & Geography II

    This course focuses on world history from 1914 to the present. Students will examine unresolved conflicts of the world wars, shifts in global ideology, the rise of new independent nations, global modernization, violations of human rights, and today’s interdependent global society. The role of geography, economic developments, and governmental systems will be analyzed and evaluated as measures of increased global interaction. By identifying key concepts about culture, continuity and change, ideology, and the contributions of individuals and groups, students will be able to connect commonalities that have occurred globally during the 20th and 21st century.

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  • Grade 10 Honors - World History & Geography  II

    Grade 10 Honors - World History & Geography II

    This course focuses on world history from 1914 to the present. Students will examine unresolved conflicts of the world wars, shifts in global ideology, the rise of new independent nations, global modernization, violations of human rights, and today’s interdependent global society. The role of geography, economic developments, and governmental systems will be analyzed and evaluated as measures of increased global interaction. By identifying key concepts about culture, continuity and change, ideology, and the contributions of individuals and groups, students will be able to connect commonalities that have occurred globally during the 20th and 21st century. Students will be able to synthesize events in the world since the world wars in order to develop defendable positions regarding past and present events, and to formulate plausible predictions for the world in the 21st century. This course will will be more academically rigorous and require a greater workload outside of the classroom.

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  • Grade 11 - Grade 11 United States History & Government II

    Grade 11 - Grade 11 United States History & Government II

    This course focuses on the critical issues that have confronted the American people since the turn of the 20th century and the rise of America as a world power. Topics covered in this course include; America as a world power, ideals to disillusionment, movements for change, and ongoing challenges in the 21st century. The role of geography, economic development, and governmental systems will be integrated. Students will be able to analyze social studies information presented, identify cause and effect relationships, and provide explanations for current issues facing the United States based on past experiences. Students will be able to synthesis historical information into defendable positions regarding past and present events, and to formulate plausible predictions. Students will be able to evaluate past foreign and domestic policy in order to address the current challenges facing the American people.

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