Social Studies
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Including instruction in geography, local, state and national history and government, with consideration for the mission of the Church, the fulfillment of Bible prophecies, contributions of and appreciation for ethnic groups, and the rights of all citizens that are assured through the American legal system, and student's duties and responsibilites as a citizen.

Kindergarten

  • History:
    Yourself (Time, Families, Holidays).

  • Civics:
    Ideas about Civic Life, Politics, Government.

  • Geography:
    Geographic features and patterns of the environment.

  • Economics:
    The roll of the community helpers.







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1st Grade

  • History:
    Families (time, Families: Past and Present, Holidays).

  • Civics:
    Ideas about Civic Lie, Politics and Government (Understanding rules and Regulations, Roles of Groups and government).

  • Geography:
    Understand the geographic features and patters of the environment (map, globes etc).

  • Economics:
    Understand responsibilities of Christian stewardship (tithing, spending, saving, giving).







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2nd Grade

  • History:
    Neighborhoods (Time, Neighborhoods: Past and Present, Holidays.

  • Civics:
    Ideas about Civic Life, Politics and Government (purpose of laws and rights, Christian citizenship).

  • Geography:
    Geographic patterns of the environment (climate, vegetation, and landform).

  • Economics:
    Understanding culture and people living in the neighborhood.







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3rd Grade

  • History:
    Communities (Time, Communities: Past and Present).

  • Civics:
    Laws, Property Rights and rights of others, Roles of Diversity.

  • Geography:
    Elements of maps and globs, characteristics of pf places shaped by physical and human processes.

  • Economics:
    Interaction of Supply and Demand in a Market Economy.







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4th Grade

  • History:
    Earth’s Regions and Its People (time, Technology, Native people, Early settlers, National Leaders, Transportation, Holiday.

  • Civics:
    Difference between power, authority. Components of states, local and federal governments, components of the constitution, social and political groups and life, understand spirit of volunteerism.

  • Geography:
    Geographic features and patterns of the environment.

  • Economics:
    Responsibilities of Christian stewards, good services produced, delivered and shared in various regions. Production of goods and services and effect on environment Limited resources and effect on economy choices.







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5th Grade

  • History:
    United States History.

  • Civics:
    Constitution of the United States and how it affects our lives.

  • Geography:
    Prepare, examine and explore climate, population, natural resources, movement using charts.

  • Economics:
    Understand responsibilities of Christian Stewardship on global economy, economic choices, costs and benefits etc.







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6th Grade

  • History:
    Understand the World (Ancient Civilization).

  • Civics:
    Understanding the Principles of Government, Diversity, Citizenship and Group Participation.

  • Geography:
    Natural and Artificial Resources, Maps, Globes and Interdependence of People on their Environment.

  • Economics:
    Concept of Prices and interaction of supply and demand in a market economy.







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7th Grade

  • History:
    Understanding the World (Roman Empire and republic).

  • Civics:
    Political systems identified: feudism, monarchy, democracy.

  • Geography:
    Location of mountain ranges, desserts, rivers, political boundaries and cultural identified.

  • Economics:
    Transportation and communication networks. People goods ideas (silk road, the crusades).







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8th Grade

  • History:
    United States History (Native people, Exploration/Colonization, Pre-independence, Wars, Current Events, United States as a World Power, Territorial Expansion 1901-1861, , Depression, Modern America etc).

  • Civics:
    Role and Work of SDA church in North America, Interpret events using timelines and narratives.

  • Geography:
    Nature, distribution, migration of human population on earth’s surface.

  • Economics:
    Gross National Product (GNP) United States and Free Enterprise Interaction of Supply and Demand.







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