Social Studies Curriculum
U.S. History, from the American Revolution through the early 1900′s. Geography studies of the 50 States and Capitals.
World geography (students memorize all the countries of the world) and Ancient History, from the earliest nomads up to the Fall of Rome.
Medieval History, from the Fall of Rome to the Rise of the Renaissance.
Early Modern and Modern World History from Queen Elizabeth I to the Forty-Niners, then from Queen Victoria’s Empire to the end of the Soviet Union, along with special units on political theory and critical issues that are mentioned during election coverage.
Basic language vocabulary including but not limited to:
the alphabet, numbers, calendar months, greetings, colors, present tense verbs
Basic grammar: present tense, past tense, and progressive tense verbs.
Vocabulary themes: parts of the body, neighborhood/community topics, vacation destinations, food.