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St. Mary’s Springs Academy High School. Social Studies Department. Grade 9. Mesopotamia today. Early Civilization. 1300 -1650. The Renaissance and Reformation t. The Renaissance and Reformation. Exploration. 1415-1796. Revolutions. World Goes to War. Elective (grade 11-12). Sociology

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St mary s springs academy high school

St. Mary’s Springs Academy High School

Social Studies Department



Early civilization

Mesopotamia today

Early Civilization


The renaissance and reformation t

1300 -1650

The Renaissance and Reformationt

The Renaissance and Reformation


Exploration
Exploration

1415-1796





Social studies department


The nature of sociology
The Nature of Sociology

  • 1. perspective

    • a. point of view

    • b. beauty in the eye of the beholder

      • Newborns, newlyweds


Elective grade 11 121
Elective (grade 11-12)

Psychology

Study of behavior and mental process

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Regions of study
Regions of Study

  • Middle East

    • Palestine/Israeli Conflict

    • Arab Spring

    • War torn

  • Sub-Saharan Africa

    • HIV pandemic

    • Blood diamonds

  • Asia

    • Overpopulation

    • Human rights


Where your country is located
Where (your country) is located

  • Where your country is located –

    • Neighboring countries


Geographic features of your country
Geographic Features of (your country)

  • Rivers, lakes, oceans, mountain ranges and other geographic features.


Climate of your country
Climate of (your country)

  • Typical weather patterns throughout the calendar year.


Customs and traditions
Customs and Traditions

  • Customs and traditions celebrated.

    • Weddings, funerals, birth, rite of passage


Government of your country
Government of (your country)

  • How laws are made and changed.

  • How people are chosen to lead the country.