Elementary Social Studies

  • Project Based Learning units integrate science, social studies, and health content in kindergarten through fifth grade.  Project Based Learning is a teaching method in which students work throughout a unit to investigate and respond to an engaging and meaningful question, problem, or challenge.  Students gain knowledge and skills as they research, problem solve, make decisions, use feedback, and present about their project.

  • Middle School Social Studies

    • 6th Grade World History
      • Theme 1- Tools of Social Science
      • Theme 2- Early Civilizations: Geography's Impact on History
      • Theme 3- Classical Civilizations: Foundations of Representative Government
      • Theme 4- Middle Ages: Regional Interconnectedness and Conflict
    • 7th Grade Geography
      • Theme 1- Tools of Social Science
      • Theme 2- World Geography and Cultures
    • 8th Grade American History (Settlements to the Civil War)
      • Theme 1- Tools of Social Science
      • Theme 2- Settlements
      • Theme 3- Founding
      • Theme 4- Expansion
      • Theme 5- Conflict and Crisis

    High School Core Social Studies Courses

    • American History Regular and Honors (Reconstruction to the Present)
      • Theme 1- Tools of Social Science
      • Theme 2- Re-Emerging America
      • Theme 3- Emerging Globally
      • Theme 4- Great Depression and WWII
      • Theme 5- The American Stage
      • Theme 6- Contemporary America
    • World History Regular and Honors
      • Theme 1- Tools of Social Science
      • Theme 2- Accelerated Exchange
      • Theme 3- The Age of Discovery and Exchange
      • Theme 4- The Age of Revolution
      • Theme 5- Modern Era
    • Liberty and Law/Government Honors
      • Theme 1- Tools of Social Science
      • Theme 2- Historical Foundations
      • Theme 3- Structure of Government
      • Theme 4- Government in Action

    High School Social Studies Elective Courses

    • American Baseball History
      • Theme 1- Origins of Sport
      • Theme 2- Professionalism and the National Pastime
      • Theme 3- Baseball and the Troubles of Big Business
      • Theme 4- Baseball and America from the Progressive Era through the Roaring 20s
      • Theme 5- Baseball, the Great Depression, and World War II
      • Theme 6- Baseball and the African American Experience
      • Theme 7- Baseball and the Post-War America: 1950s-1960s
      • Theme 8- Baseball and American in the 1970s and 1980s
    • American Civil War
      • Theme 1- The Road to Secession 1787-1860
      • Theme 2- Secession and War 1960-1865
      • Theme 3- Reconstruction and Reunion 1963-1877
    • Asian Studies
      • Theme 1- Asian Religious Philosophies
      • Theme 2- Ancient India
      • Theme 3- Ancient China until Mongol Conquest
      • Theme 4- Ancient vs Modern Japan
    • Economics
      • Theme 1- Economics and Choice
      • Theme 2- American Economy
      • Theme 3- Money and Financial Markets
      • Theme 4- Economic Performance
      • Theme 5- Role of Government in the Economy
      • Theme 6- Global Economics
    • Holocaust
      • Theme 1- Anti-Semitism and the Nazis
      • Theme 2- The War Years
      • Theme 3- Consequences and Genocide
    • Humanities
      • Theme 1- Philosophy
      • Theme 2- Religion
      • Theme 3- Arts (Art/Literature/Music)
      • Theme 4- Society- Social Order and Institutions
      • Theme 5- Justice/Civic Life
    • Psychology
      • Theme 1- History of Psychology
      • Theme 2- Learning and Thinking Process
      • Theme 3- Developmental & Social Psychology
      • Theme 4- Personality and Individuality
      • Theme 5- Research
      • Theme 6- Current Events
    • Sociology Regular and Honors
      • Theme 1- Sociological Perspectives
      • Theme 2- Components of Culture
      • Theme 3- Socialization 
      • Theme 4- Social Structure
      • Theme 5- Social Groups and Institutions
      • Theme 6- Current Social Issues
    • World Geography
      • Theme 1- World Geography and Cultures
      • Theme 2- Tools of Social Science

    Advanced Placement (AP) Social Studies Courses

    • AP Comparative Government
      • Theme 1- Political Systems
      • Theme 2- Sovereignty, Authority, and Power in the Six Counties of Study
      • Theme 3- Political Institutions in the Six Counties of Study
      • Theme 4- Role of Citizens and Society in the Six Counties of Study
      • Theme 5- Political and Economic Change in the Six Counties of Study
      • Theme 6- Public Policy in the Six Counties of Study
    • AP European History
      • Theme 1- The Middle Ages
      • Theme 2- The Transformation of Europe 1450-1648
      • Theme 3- New Horizons 1648-1815
      • Theme 4- A Century of Change 1815-1914
      • Theme 5- From the Great War to New Globalism 1914-Present
    • AP Human Geography
      • Theme 1- Geographic Thinking, Population, and Migration
      • Theme 2- Culture, Language, Ethnicity, and Government
      • Theme 3- Development, Settlement, Patterns, and Resources
      • Theme 4- Economics, Agriculture, Industry, and Services
    • AP Psychology
      • Theme 1- History of Psychology and Research Methodology
      • Theme 2- Human Development Through the Lifespan
      • Theme 3- The Biological Bases of Behavior, Sensation, and Perception
      • Theme 4- Variations in Consciousness
      • Theme 5- Learning & Cognition
      • Theme 6- Motivation, Emotion, Stress, and Coping
      • Theme 7- Personality
      • Theme 8- Intelligence & Testing
      • Theme 9- Abnormal Psychology & Therapy
      • Theme 10- Social Psychology
    • AP U.S. Government and Politics
      • Theme 1- Constitutional Underpinnings of U.S. Government
      • Theme 2- Political Beliefs and Behaviors
      • Theme 3- Political Parties, Interest Groups, and Mass Media
      • Theme 4- Institutions of National Government
      • Theme 5- Public Policy
      • Theme 6- Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
      • Theme 7- Missouri Government
    • AP U.S. History
      • Theme 1- Native Culture, Exploration, Colonization, & Early Republic 1491-1820
      • Theme 2- Nationalism, Sectionalism, Civil War, & Reconstruction 1820-1877
      • Theme 3- Guilded Age, New South, Progressivism, & WWI 1877-1920
      • Theme 4- Roaring Twenties, Great Depression, & WWII 1920-1945
      • Theme 5- The Cold War 1945-1992
      • Theme 6- Modern American History 1992-Present
    • AP World
      • Theme 1- Foundations of World Societies 8,000 BCE-600 BCE (Technological and Environmental Transformations)
      • Theme 2- Classical Period 600 BCE-600 CE (Organization and Reorganization of Human Societies)
      • Theme 3- Post-Classical Period 600-1450(Regional and Transregional Interactions)
      • Theme 4- Early Modern Period 1450-1750 (Global Interactions)
      • Theme 5- Industrialization 1750-1914 (Industrialization and Global Integration)
      • Theme 6- 20th Century 1914-Present (Accelerating Global Change and Realignments)
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