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October 21 - Islam in Africa (7th grade)
October 22 - Art and Culture in the 1920s (11th grade)
October 28 - Egyptian Rulers (6th grade)
November 5 - Daily life on the Rancho (4th grade)
November 18 - Daily life in the Colonies (5th grade)
November 18 - Water and California’s Drought (12th grade)
December 3 - Buddhism in China and Korea (7th grade)
January 13 - China’s Contribution to World History (6th grade)
February 10 - US Popular Culture in the Postwar World (11th grade)
February 24 - History Blueprint: Civil War (8th grade)
March 16 - Scientific Revolution in the Atlantic World (7th grade)
March 30 - Media and Culture in the 1980s (11th grade)
April 20 - Ancient Persia and Greece (6th grade)
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Curriculum and Resources
The California History/Social Science Project at UC Irvine offers curriculum resources for K-12 history/social science teachers in the areas of content-based literacy, U.S. history, and world history.
Our curriculum support for K-12 teachers, consists of supplemental curriculum handbooks, teacher training institutes in the fields of content-based literacy, American history, and world history, and suggested internet resources for advanced curriculum development.
Curriculum by Grade Level
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Humanities Out There (HOT)
Humanites Out There is an educational partnership between UCI's School of Humanities and the Santa Ana Unified School District, in cooperation with UCI's Center for Educational Partnerships and UCI's California History-Social Science Project. The HOT curriculum has been aligned with both the California content standards and the Common Core State standards for History and Social Science. The lessons include a rich variety of primary and secondary sources and reflect the Common Core standards’ emphasis on high level comprehension skills, textual and visual analysis and writing instruction. The materials are designed to be user-friendly, ready to be photocopied and distributed to students. The packets also include lists of books, films, and internet resources that provide either practical background information or materials that can be adapted easily for use in classrooms. Due to copyright restrictions on website availability, the CH/SSP cannot offer the entire curricula on this site. However, you may request a free copy of the curricula by contacting our site director Nicole Gilbertson. In your message, please specify which grade-level curricula you would like to receive. The materials are now available on CD-ROM as well as on paper. For more information, please visit the page below.