GATEWAY TO WORLD HISTORY I
(Prehistory to 1500 a.d.)
Course Syllabus This chart provides an outline of the content included in World History I Prehistory to 1500 a.d. along with a correlation to the Virginia Standards of Leaning and a guide for the pacing of instruction.
Curriculum Framework This document is provided by the Virginia Department of Education to specify the content that is outlined in the 2001 revised Virginia Standards of Learning. This detailed document identifies the content that is to be included in classroom instruction.
SOL Assessment Blueprint This document will specify information about reporting categories for the SOL test and the content to be tested in each category.
Study Maps These graphic orgainzers will help students understand the content specific to each standard of learning as they prepare for the SOL assessment.
Web Resources These links will provide teachers and students with useful information to enhance the study of this course. (This page is currently under constuction.)
Project The development of good research
skills is vital to every student of history and the social sciences. Further,
the student's ability to comprehend, analyze, and interpret the data found
as a result of research is even more important. Thus, all students in every
social studies class in Henrico County Public Schools will complete a research
project or paper as determined for the appropriate grade level of the student.
This picture courtesy of http://www.auckland-castle.co.uk/.
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