2013-11-04 Social Studies-Project

To JOIN the SOCIAL STUDIES GOOGLE CLASSROOM:

1. Go to classroom.google.com.

2. Press the "+" button and select "Join a Class". 

3. Use the following Class Codes as appropriate. 

Program Instructor Class\Level\Period Google Classroom Code
Social Studies Adams AM y45vsj3
Social Studies Adams PM x2wjqcd
Social Studies Franson World Studies - Period 1 cd2xcv3
Social Studies Franson World Studies - Period 2 avni5fq
Social Studies Franson World Studies - Period 3 cjy3chd
Social Studies Franson World Studies - Period 7 wcx3bq3
Social Studies Franson World Studies - Period 8 4u5dp4f
Social Studies Franson Senior Seminar 7vhbjny
Social Studies Monn Period 1 tqmsbsm
Social Studies Monn Period 2 v7l7lbn
Social Studies Monn Period 4 hyhkg6g
Social Studies Monn Period 5 swxyvph
Social Studies Monn Period 6 nixdnlw
Social Studies Monn Period 7 6devgac
Social Studies Monn Period 8 tg5clkf
Social Studies Shearer World Studies c36p26w
Social Studies Shearer American Studies cqyttth
Social Studies Weaver AM lzoltwz
Social Studies Weaver PM bfwet2a

 

Cumberland Perry AVTS offers two Social Studies courses:  American Studies and World Studies.  Typically, students in 10th and 11th grade attend a Social Studies class during the day at CPAVTS.  These classes ensure that CPAVTS students meet the graduation requirements of their sending school district.  Each social studies course is approved by the NCAA for eligibility of student athletes.

In addition to the curriculum content, Social Studies at CPAVTS focuses on critical reading, writing, and thinking skills required for work in their chosen program area.


WORLD STUDIES

The World Studies course focuses on geography, culture, history, and current issues of various regions around the world with an emphasis to describe and explain our global society. Emphasis is placed on developing students’ reading, writing, and research skills through use of the curriculum. Major regions covered include: Latin America, Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Africa, Southeast Asia, East Asia and Oceania.

Click here to go to the World Studies Textbook Website.


AMERICAN STUDIES

The American Studies course focuses on 20th Century American History from the 1930’s to present day, concentrating on social, political, and economic topics that have had an impact on current American society. Emphasis is placed on developing students’ reading, writing, and research skills through the use of the curriculum. Major topics covered include: WWII, the Civil Rights Movement, the Cold War, Vietnam War, Student Movements, and other cultural events throughout history.

 


TEACHERS

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Mrs. Franson     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Miss Monn     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mr. Shearer    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mrs. Weaver     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.