High School Content

Below you can access high school content curriculum. Some of these resources may be cross-posted on multiple pages.


Global Studies/World History

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A database of case studies/texts (it's for science, yet there are many subject areas that relate directly with social studies)
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Earth 2100 engaging movie that dramatizes what climate change may look like in the United States, and worldwide. For high school (maybe middle).

American History

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Fixing the Future A PBS movie featuring communities across the United States who are exploring new economic paradigms. Engaging for students. Movie questions above.
The Crash of 1929 American Experience documentary (PBS) about the Crash of 1929
U.S. History Worksheets This website has a variety of worksheets on U.S. History.

Economics

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A database of case studies/texts (it's for science, yet there are many subject areas that relate directly with social studies)
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Fixing the Future A PBS movie featuring communities across the United States who are exploring new economic paradigms. Engaging for students. Movie questions above. High School.
The Crash of 1929 American Experience documentary (PBS) about the Crash of 1929

Civics/Government

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A database of case studies/texts (it's for science, yet there are many subject areas that relate directly with social studies)
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Earth 2100 engaging movie that dramatizes what climate change may look like in the United States, and worldwide. For high school (maybe middle).
Fixing the Future A PBS movie featuring communities across the United States who are exploring new economic paradigms. Engaging for students. Movie questions above.
Michael Sandel (Harvard Professor) Intro Video on Justice (Michael Sandel is igniting democratic debate about morality and political philosophy in his classes. All classes are on youtube, and if you watch you'll hear numbers of questions and ideas you can use to inspire dialogues and debates in your own classroom. Middle or high school. Very engaging.)

Sociology/Psychology

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A database of case studies/texts (it's for science, yet there are many subject areas that relate directly with social studies)
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World Geography

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A database of case studies/texts (it's for science, yet there are many subject areas that relate directly with social studies)
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Earth 2100 engaging movie that dramatizes what climate change may look like in the United States, and worldwide. For high school (maybe middle).

ELL

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