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The overarching goal of social studies instruction is to prepare students to be knowledgeable, informed, and active citizens in an increasingly diverse community and nation and interdependent world. Social Studies programs exist to promote civic competence and ensure that the values and ideals that have shaped our democratic republic continue to be instilled in our youth.

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K-5 Distance Learning Resources- Social Sciences.pdf
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WTP High School and Middle School Rules of Competition
2020 High School Mock Trial Case

Human Rights Day - December 10

WTP State High School Hearing Questions 2019-20
WTP State Middle School Hearing Questions 2019-20

World History Reboot 2018-19

New Social Sciences Textbooks




MDCPS 6-8 User Guides

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M-DCPS Social Sciences- McGraw Hill 6-8 Demo Access
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SHS AP Online Resources

Miami Dade_AP Social Studies OLC Teacher Access Information * (password protected) Email Here from district email to obtain password


Best Practices Quick Start


Voter Education and Registration Program

Elementary Civics Modules by the National Literacy Project


Vocabulary Replay

News Literacy


Miami Dade Council for the Social Sciences


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