ELEM SOCS 3A / Print

Teaches about explorers such as Pierre Charles L'Enfant, Christopher Columbus, Rene Auguste Chouteau, and others who created new communities. Leads into a study of government, including its purpose; structure of local, state, and national government; democratic principles and processes; patriotic identity; and the importance of civic responsibility. Also teaches climate, landforms, and natural resources. Students learn to use scale, compass rose, grid, and symbols to locate places on maps and globes. Focuses on cultural celebrations in the United States and other nations and human relationships between and among cultures. View TEKS.
Course: ELEM SOCS 3A / Print
Schedule Number: 6273
Instructor(s): Brenna Gaskins
Units: 0.5 Academic Credits
Lessons/Exams: 3 lessons, 1 final exam
Notes: Books listed below as "Non-stocked" may be found in your public library, at local bookstores, or online.

Tuition & Mandatory Fees:
       Course Guide - ELEM SOCS 3A (v.2.0) $0.00
       K-5th Grade Courses $185.00