Iowa Social Studies Scope and Sequence Database
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Northeast Hamilton CSDGeographyUS History I (Colonial-1900)US History II (1900-Present)Big HistoryNoneGovernment/Econ
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Northwood-Kensett (starting Fall 2012)GeographyUS History to 1877US History since 1877World HistoryElectives (inc. Psych/Soc/Current Events/World Studies/Big HistoryProject)Government/Econ
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BCLUWGeography (West Hem.) US History to 1877US History since 1877World HistoryBeh. Sci./GeographyGovernment/Econ
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Cherokee CSDGeography (East Hem.) US History to 1877Global Insights (Elective)US History since 1877 & Electives (Current Events/Late 20th Century US)World History & Electives (inc. Soc./Current Events/Late 20th Century US)Government/Econ & Electives (inc. Psych/Soc/Current Events/ Late 20th Century US)
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Hampton-DumontGeographyUS History
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Iowa Falls-AldenWorld HistoryUS History
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Clarion-GoldfieldCivicsGeography
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Eagle GroveBeginning to American RevolutionAm. Rev to Civil War
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CMBGeographyUS History
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AlgonaWorld History/Cultures w/ Geog integratedUS HistoryWorld History or Survey of Western CivilizationsUS History American StudiesAmercian History I American History II Amercian Studies Western Civ I Western Civ II Psychology World Issues World Religions WWII Sociology World Geography Recent US HistoryWestern Civ I Western Civ II Psychology World Issues World Religions WWII Sociology World Geography Recent US History
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Mason CityPsych, Sociology, Economics, History, World GeogUS HIstory to 1877World Studies or HumanitiesWorld History Psychology Criminology Avail. 10-12U.S. History From 1877 American Seminar Avail 10-12Government/Econ Avail 11-12
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NorwalkWorld HistoryAmerican History: beginnings through Reconstruction CivicsModern World History (start with review of Ancient)US History (Reconstruction/Review to Today)Government/Econ
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DubuqueWorld History 500-1500American Revolution to the Closing of the FrontierWorld Cultures & Geography (Elective) AP Human Geo (Elective)World History 1500 to Present or AP World History20th Century US History, AP US History, or American StudiesGovernment and Psych/Econ/Soc
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Fort DodgeGeography & IA HistoryAm. Rev to Reconstruction
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Iowa CityGlobal StudiesAmerican History to 1900
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PellaGeographyUS History
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Clear LakeWorld HistoryAmerican History
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South HamiltonUS HistoryGovernment/Econ
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Webster CityUS HistoryUS HistoryGovernment/Econ
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Manson Northwest WebsterGeography (Kayla)U.S. History (Marcey)Geography (Kayla)World History (Kayla and Macey)American History (Marcey)Government (Kayla)
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Des MoinesGlobal StudiesCivics20th Century HistoryElectivesUS HistoryGovernment/Economics (semester of each required)
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Van MeterGeographyUS HistoryWorld HistoryUS HistoryGovernment
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North Fayette
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Allamakee (Waukon)Geography (Regions of the World)U.S History (up to Reconstruction)Electives: World History, World Cultures, Current Events, Global GeographyElectives: World History, World Cultures, Current Events, Global GeographyU.S. History (required), Electives: Sociology, PsychologyGovernment (required), Economics (required), Electives: Sociology, Psychology
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CAMAmerican History, electives World History, Sociology and Criminal JusticeGeographyGoverment/Econ
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United CSD
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College Community (Cedar Rapids)North America, Central America, the Caribbean, & Europe (geography, early history, cultures, & economic change)US History Survey 1 (colonization to Civil War)Topics in Global Social IssuesWorld History or AP World History;ElectivesUS History Survey 2 (Civil War to present) or AP US History;ElectivesGovernment/Econ or AP American Government/AP Macroeconomics;Electives
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Malcolm Price Lab SchoolExploring Social Science- US viewpointExpanding on Exploring social Sciences- world viewpointModern Global Cultures using a 5 themes approachAmerican History 1American History 1 (semester)/ ElectivesGovernment (Semester)/Electives
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Urbandale Geography or AP Human Geography,electives World History or AP European History, electivesAmerican History,Revolution to Present or AP American History required, 1 semester Hippie History elective, Sociology, Psychology or AP Psychology electivesGovernment 1 semester and Economics 1 semester or AP Government 2 semesters required.
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PostvilleWorld GeographyUS History: Colonial Era to Civil WarGeography Elective available for any students. US contemporary Issues (1960's to Present) an elective for any students. World History required for sophomoresSociology/Economics or Psychology Students must choose one that is required for graduation (Juniors or Seniors). US History required 1865-Cold War for JuniorsGovernment
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South WinneshiekGeography (US, Canada, Latin & South AmericaUS History: Colonial Era to Civil WarGeography Elective available for any students. World History required for sophomoresAmerican History Emphasis on Reconstruction to Modern day Electives: Current Issues, Dual Credit Intro to Psychology, Basic Law, SociologyEconomics 1st semester/Government 2nd Semester Electives: Current Issues, Dual Credit Intro to Psychology, Basic Law, Sociology
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Ballard CSDWorld Regional GeographyCivicsU.S. history survey--beginnings through Reconstruction (required for all high school students); Elective of Iowa StudiesU.S. history survey--Gilded Age through present (required for all high school students); Elective of Iowa StudiesWorld History--beginnings to present (required for all high school students); Electives of Psychology and SociologyGovernment (1 semester, (required for all high school students)); Economics (1 semester, (required for all high school students)); Electives of Psychology and Sociology
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Gilbert CSDWorld Geography emphasis eastern hem. and culturesAmerican History to Civil War and CivicsNone offeredWorld History only Social Studies elective offeredAmerican History and electivesAmerican Government and electives
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Laurens - MarathonAncient Civ American History - Rev. War - Reconstruction
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South Hamilton CSDElectiveWorld HistoryAmerican History/American Literature CombinationGovernment/Econ. Year long course.
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PekinElective- U.S. GeographyRequired- U.S. HistoryElectives- Current Affairs, World HistoryRequired- American Government Electives- Current Affairs, World History
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Indianola CommunityAncient Civilizations cont...American History Part 1Exploration to 1877American History Part 2Modern WorldEcon/Govt.Electives: Psych/Geography
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AP US/APGovt./Sociology
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Cedar FallsAncient Civilzations and Geography (World Studies)Econ and US History to JacksonUS History Jackson to WW 2US History WW 2 to Present
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North Scott Community School District (Eldridge)Geography and US history from explorers to Pre-Civil WarUS History from Civil War to ReconstructionRequired: US History from Reconstruction thru WWIIWorld History I (Early River Civilizations to Medieval Europe), World History II (Renaissance to Imperialism/Industrial Revolution), World Geog. Eastern Hemisphere, or World Geog Western Hemisphere (Required to take 2)US Government (Required as 11th or 12th grade year), **Electives: Psychology, Sociology, US History 1960's to present, AP World History, AP US Government & Politics, AP Human Geography, International Relationships, Psychology 101, Sociology 102 (dual credit college courses)** During 11-12th year, must take at least 1 year's worth of electives to graduate
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Bishop Heelan Catholic SchoolsWorld Geography Western HemisphereUS History from Civil War to Reconstruction
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Washington CommunityWest Hem GeographyUS History Colonization to Civil WarInternational Relations of the Eastern Hemisphere
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Cedar Rapids Community School DistrictUS History Colonization to Civil War/ReconstructionCivics/Government EconomicsElectives 9-12 AP Goverment & Politics Personal Law and Government Global Geography World Issues AP Human GeographyAP European History AP World History World HistoryUS History Sociology Psychology AP Psychology Social Psychology Philosophy AP US HistoryAmerican Government I American Government II Economics AP Micro/Macro Economics AP Micro Economics AP Macro Economics AP Comparative Government and Politics
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WACO High SchoolModern American HistoryWorld HistoryUS Government
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East Buchanan High SchoolWorld Geography - Eastern WorldUS History: Colonization to Civil WarElectives: Geography, World HistoryUS History: 1960-1914US History: 1914-Present; Electives in Psychology, Sociology, Street Law, Economics, and World HistoryAmerican Government; Electives in Psychology, Sociology, Street Law, Economics, and World History
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Solon Community School DistrictMiddle Ages and beyond (Europe, China, Japan, Africa) + geographyThe United States Through IndustrialismUS History 1900-presentWestern CivilizationElectives (10-12 grade) Psychology, Sociology, Economics, Criminal Justice, Stride for Freedom (African American History), Revisit Iowa (Iowa History), Current Events,American Government
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Valley Community SchoolEastern Hemisphere
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MonticelloGeographyColonial America to Civil War20th Century U.S. HistoryWorld History, Economics (11th or 12th)American Government, Economics (11th or 12th)
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