4th Grade History Online-Full Year

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Fourth graders investigate eight areas of United States social studies in this course. After learning how to read different types of maps, students will use maps to explore America’s regions and natural resources. They will embark on a tour across the nation, learning about the lives of Americans today and the many places to visit. A look at the nation’s history begins with pre-Columbian societies and the conflicts arising from the arrival of Europeans. Students will learn about the growth of the new nation, practice interpreting primary sources, and consider the importance of fighting in world wars abroad and for civil rights at home. By exploring various cultural and ethnic traditions, students will better understand the people of North America, how they have interacted with the environment, and how they have changed over time. Completing a state research project will allow students to strengthen their research and analysis skills. Sharing their work will help improve their presentation skills. Then, a unit on economics addresses basic economic concepts, financial choices, taxes, banking, and investing. The final unit looks at government at the federal, state, and local levels. Students learn about citizenship, our country’s founding documents, and issues facing the nation today.



Materials required to complete this course are in digital format.


Unit 1: Finding Your Way Around
Unit 2: Exploring North America
Unit 3: Touring North America
Unit 4: North America’s History
Unit 5: We Are North Americans
Unit 6: My State Project
Unit 7: Economics and You
Unit 8: Government and Citizenship

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