Sociology is the study of how people act and react in relationship and response to each other; moreover, Sociology uses the world around us as the laboratory. Our daily interactions within the world form the major sources of comparison for the concepts presented within the class. Sociology asks students to use a critical eye and an open mind as we endeavor to understand the complicated societal processes at play locally and globally. The "feedback" of interpersonal relationships on a local, national and global scale. This course provides an introduction to the systematic analysis of societies. How do societies evolve and change? What we can learn from comparing them? How do they make us into the kinds of people we are, and which facts either sustain or shatter everyday life? Students learn about themselves by exploring the hidden roots of the world around them.
Complete Teacher Manual and Student Book - pricing below
These instructional support materials (available in print or eBook versions), regularly updated, cover the complete course (at regular, honors, AP and IB levels), whether it be semester, year or 2-year (IB) with daily support for all aspects of instruction. The Teacher’s Edition includes a syllabus; correlation to standards; daily pacing guide; detailed daily lesson plans; teacher edition of student activity book or lab manual with answers; class notes in PDF (for use as color overheads) and/or editable PowerPoint's (for use with light projector or smartboard); and complete editable assessments. Classroom sets include 25 printed student books and Teacher Edition with DVD. Samples are available for each course (including complete short-term limited screen view versions in eBook format upon request). After purchase of the Teacher Edition in any of the various editions, student activity books or lab manuals are available for individual purchase. Although the online eBook version is screen view only, other versions are available that allow printing student material. Click here for details.