Jerkeshea Potts


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Social studies is defined by the American National Council for Social Studies as "the integrated study of the social sciences and humanities to promote civic competence." In other words, social studies basically seeks to arm American citizens with knowledge about the world, nation and society around them, through the help of other disciplines as well such as political science, history, economics, religion, geography, anthropology, as well as psychology. With such knowledge, children and young adults may better understand and make informed decisions about civic issues that affect them and their families as well, especially when they grow older. Such issues include health care, crime, migration, foreign policy, and the like.


Study Guide for Social Studies for the year

Course content

  • Unit 1 focus:Concepts Used in Fifth Grade Social Studies

  • Unit 2 focus:Effective Citizenship: Introduction

  • Unit 3 focus:The Civil War: The Nation Divided

  • Unit 4 focus:Reconstruction:The Nation Reunited

  • Unit 5 focus:Bigger, Better, Faster: The Changing Nation

  • Unit 6 focus:Ups and Downs: World War I,the Jazz Age, & the Great Depression

  • Unit 7 focus:Hot & Cold:World War II & Its Aftermath

  • Unit 8 focus:Overcoming the Past:The Age of Civil Rights

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