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Social Studies

The Social Studies Curriculum Standards include the Process Standards, Content Standards, Learning Expectations and Accomplishments necessary to insure that K-12 Tennessee students develop the social studies skills needed to succeed in school, in the workplace and in their lives.

The foundation of the curriculum standards includes the four process standards: communication,
data analysis, historical awareness and acquiring information and six content standards: culture,
economics, geography, government and civics, history and individuals, groups, and interactions.

Elementary K-8 Social Studies

Secondary 9-12 Social Studies

Course Name Course Number
Ancient Historydownload pdf file 3402
African American Historydownload pdf file 3442
Contemporary Issuesdownload pdf file 3435
Economics download pdf file 3431
Modern Historydownload pdf file 3403
Personal Financedownload pdf file 3496
Psychology download pdf file 3433
Sociology download pdf file 3432
United States Governmentdownload pdf file 3407
United States Historydownload pdf file 3405
World Geography download pdf file 3410
World History download pdf file 3401

The College BoardAdvanced placement social studies courses are listed below. Descriptions for these courses may be found in the Advanced Placement Course Descriptions provided by the College Board.

Course Name Course Number
Bible Curriculum Guidedownload pdf file 3452
Comparative Government and Politicsdownload pdf file 3446
European Historydownload pdf file 3441
Micro-Economicsdownload pdf file 3443
Macro Economicsdownload pdf file 3444
Psychology download pdf file 3447
U.S. Government and Politicsdownload pdf file 3445
United States Historydownload pdf file 3440
World Geography download pdf file 3448
World History download pdf file 3449

Special Courses: Anthropology