Social Studies courses are divided into three main areas. Each area includes courses designed to meet the needs of students with various backgrounds and abilities. In each of these courses certain skills will be stressed, including critical thinking, interpretation of charts, graphs, pictures, maps, cartoons, and statistics relating the past to the present, note taking and outlining, reading comprehension, vocabulary development, understanding cause and effect, and written and oral expressions of ideas. Current technology will also be used to supplement the learning process highlighting the importance of research.

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World Geography

This course explores how physical features of the earth, population on settlement patterns, human activities, customs, and traditions contribute to defining a place, culture, and people. The course also examines how these elements affect the social, political, and economic character of nations and regions.