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1st Grade .
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6th Grade .
7th Grade
.8th Grade .
High School


In elementary school, students take social studies every year, beginning with the most basic elements of geography and history, and gradually progressing to more detailed subjects. In middle school, students take a specific social studies classes usually revolving around world history and U.S. history. In high school, classes are dedicated to completing a thorough study of a particular subject, like modern American history.

US History


World History:

Modern American History:


Students first began creating pages about U.S. wars in 2014 and will continue building out the wars along with history topics learned in the 6th through 8th grades. They are in the initial process of sorting through facts and arguments and as they build out the website they will position themselves to make well thought judgments. As the years continue students will progress beyond simply restating facts and become crap detectors so that the above information becomes a useful tool.

Key Social Study Words

What Did You Learn In School Today by Neil Postman and Charles Weingartner


1
What did you learn in school today,
Dear little boy of mine?
What did you learn in school today,
Dear little boy of mine?
I learned that Washington never told a lie,
I learned that soldiers seldom die,
I learned that everybody's free,
That's what the teacher said to me,
And that's what I learned in school today,
That's what I learned in school.

2
What did you learn in school today,
Dear little boy of mine? What did you learn in school today,
Dear little boy of mine?
I learned that policemen are my friends,
I learned that justice never ends,
I learned that murderers die for their crimes,
Even if we make a mistake sometimes,
And that's what I learned in school today,
That's what I learned in school.

3
What did you learn in school today,
Dear little boy of mine?
What did you learn in school today,
Dear little boy of mine?
I learned our government must be strong,
It's always right and never wrong,
Our leaders are the finest men,
And we elect them again and again,
And that's what I learned in school today,
That's what I learned in school

4
What did you learn in school today,
Dear little boy of mine?
What did you learn in school today,
Dear little boy of mine?
I learned that war is not so bad,
I learned about the great ones we have had,
We fought in Germany and in France,
And someday I might get my chance,
And that's what I learned in school today,
That's what I learned in school