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4th Grade Social Studies: Complete Curriculum of Fourth Grade Social Studies
4th Grade Social Studies is a full curriculum of four units of fourth grade social studies taught to the National Council for the Social Studies (U.S) standards, covering history, economics, civics, and geography as we learn about the U.S. states.
Beth Foster | Humanities Educator
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$8 per class
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Over 20 weeks
25 minutes per class
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** If the class fee is a barrier to your learner's enrollment, message me for more information about scholarship opportunities and payment plan options. **Learners registering for both the Fourth Grade English Language Arts and Fourth Grade Social Studies classes at the same semester will be refunded $100 of their class fee. Learners registering for Fourth Grade Social Studies immediately following completion of Fourth Grade English Language Arts will be refunded $100 of their class fee....
Fourth Grade Social Studies is taught to the National Council for the Social Studies (U.S.) standards, covering history, economics, civics, and geography. Students will explore the four regions of the United States, learning about geography, history, and culture. We will examine each individual state's past and present, looking at its economics, natural resources, and government. Students will learn about each state's capital, largest cities, agriculture, indigenous people, landmarks, and what makes it unique.
I am currently enrolled in my final course through the Gettysburg College-Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History master of arts in American history program. In addition, I have bachelor of arts degrees in English, journalism, and political science. I was the director of a social justice center for three years during which time I routinely taught about and facilitated conversations about historical and current political events for both teen and adults participants. Before that, I was a newspaper editor and reporter for 15 years. I have been teaching history, social studies, and English Language Arts classes for the past five years. I am currently lead teacher at The Foster Woods Folk School, which focuses on education, storytelling, and the arts within an ecosocial justice framework aimed at celebrating and improving our connections as a global community of human and non-human earthlings. In this role, I work with learners of all ages with a primary focus of working with learners in grades three through 12.
There is daily homework to be completed outside of class time. Homework includes reading and writing assignments, as well as worksheets and other learning projects.
1 file available upon enrollmentI will provide PDF readers for materials covered. Some projects will include making art so learners are encouraged to have general art supplies available such as markers, crayons, etc.
Weekly homework is assessed as follows: Comprehension Quiz: 20 Percent Writing Assignment: 40 Percent Project/Worksheet: 40 Learners earning a C (70 percent) or greater will receive a letter of completion that reflects their final grade.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
As we study social studies, students may encounter descriptions and discussions of wars, colonization, disease, current events, and death. All subjects and topics will be covered in a manner that is as age-appropriate as possible, but some learners may be especially sensitive to these topics.
Materials will come from a myriad of sources including NewsELA, the Zinn Education Project, Learning for Justice, and the Council for Economic Education.
Beth Foster | Humanities Educator
BA English, Political Science, Communications w/Journalism Emphasis | MA American History | Teacher Certification, 9-12 | Lead Teacher, Foster Woods Folk School ~ Teaching the Humanities Within an EcoSocial Justice Framework
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
318 total reviews
245 completed classes
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