Social Studies Adoption Committee wants, needs, your input: please inspect the candidate text books and supporting materials and provide your feedback and preferences.
These are the social studies text books middle school students will have for many, many years. So, even if your student is in early primary grades, they will still be affected. Now is the time to speak up!
Viewing continues until June 18th 2015. All instructional materials are available for viewing at the John Stanford Center for Educational Excellent AND at 5 middle school libraries:
If your students happen to be at those middle school, urge them to pop by the library and check out the texts and leave feedback. Their input matters! If you visit the school, be sure to stop in at the office first to register as a visitor. They can direct you to the library.
(Note: 6th graders study ancient civilizations, 7th graders study world history, and 8th study US history to 1900)
6 & 7
Discovering Our Past: A World History (picture of king with crown and beard on cover)
6 & 7
World History: Ancient Civilizations Through the Renaissance (picture of King Tut on cover)
History Alive! The Ancient World
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History Alive! The Medieval World and Beyond
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United States History: Beginnings to 1877 (picture of Liberty Bell on cover)
Discovering Our Past: A History of the United States (picture of Abe Lincoln on cover)
Use email Seattleusi1@teachtci.com