Middle level social studies uses the five subdomains of social studies (historical perspective, geography, economics, government and civics, and cultures and societies) in an integrated program which focuses on a different grade-level context each year.
Mission US is a brand new multimedia project featuring free interactive adventure games set throughout U.S. history. The first game, Mission 1: "For Crown or Colony?" puts players in the shoes of Nat Wheeler, a 14-year-old printer's apprentice in 1770 Boston. As players complete tasks throughout the city, they meet everyone from merchants to soldiers, sailors to poets, Patriots to Loyalists. The game reveals rising tensions threatening to come to a head and, ultimately, players must choose where their loyalties lie. This website provides information and materials to support the use of Mission 1 in your classroom as well as Downloadable free teacher resources and materials. For information about the game, Kentucky teacher trainings and the Mission US teacher of the year visit www.ket.org/missionus or contact Teresa Day at email@example.com
Voting and Elections
The Kentucky Department of Education has provided this information to support schools in teaching students the importance of voting. These resources will allow teachers easy access to downloadable voter registration cards, election ballots and lesson plans that will shape Kentucky students into actively engaged citizens to support the Commonwealth.
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A listserv designed to facilitate the sharing of timely information related to social studies teaching and learning. (KYSOCSTU)