High School Social Studies
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The paper considers the purposes of teaching social studies and outlines a three-year program for accomplishing these objectives. It follows some of the existing guidelines where appropriate and assumes that such a curriculum would be integrated within a larger, more comprehensive school-wide curriculum. The writer provides a complete approach to K-12 teaching, including brief outlines of year by year agenda and subject matter. The author believes this system would attempt to satisfy the state and U.S. Department of Education, while providing a creative approach to achieving the enormous and important task of providing a solid foundation for all students completing the program.
From the Paper:"The concept of social studies is unique to the K-12 system. By the time a student enters an undergraduate program, the disciplines previously included under the social studies umbrella have been separated into many different distinct fields of study. Only during the K-12 experience, and especially during the high school years, are students given the opportunity to explore a wide range of interrelated issues and themes under a single program heading. This curriculum is designed to make full use of this unique educational opportunity."
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