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High School Sociology Curriculum

High School Sociology Curriculum

The beauty of high school sociology is having students study a wide diversity of cultures and beliefs. The curriculum actually covers topics like ethnic interactions, racial interactions, and social stratification.
If you want to find out more about the course and how Let’s Read English offers it, you’re on the right page. Apart from what your child will learn, this page informs you of the impact of the course on students and their lives.

Why Study Sociology in High School

As they grow older, students need to understand how to handle differences in beliefs, cultures, customs, and social norms. This is important because they’ll get to meet people from all over the world sooner or later.
Our curriculum covers topics like gender bias, level of social and economic status, and ethnicity. We also try to improve their critical thinking skills with the curriculum. Finally, this course will improve your child’s ability to gather, study, and analyze different types of information from various sources.

What Do You Learn in High School Sociology?

The course borders on cultural trends, societies and groups, and cultural differences. The course also teaches how to relate with people from varying backgrounds. We’ll teach them how to identify stereotypes, prejudices, and unsubstantiated beliefs about/against certain type of people.
In short, the sociology curriculum helps students relate better with friends, family, and other people all over the world. The class also covers topics like dating, attaining adolescence, various groups within the society, urban life, and the class system in the United States.

Why Choose Let’s Read English’s High School Sociology Curriculum?

At Let’s Read English, we offer this curriculum as a single semester course. And we make use of interactive instructional videos to make it engaging and interesting. The course has about five chapters and some of the topics covered are social differences, social institutions, families in the society, cultural and ethnic diversity, social norms, and more.
We also provide tools that make it easier for parents to play their roles in their children’s learning. Some of the tools are:
  • Five chapters and more than 200 activities.
  • The course is accessible online 24/7.
  • Curriculum calculators and activity planners with which the coursework and be planned and tracked individually.
  • Our system scores and grades students automatically and also updates printable reports in real-time.
  • The curriculum can be used for after-school skill-building, or for summer learning.
  • We use interactive tools, animations, charts, graphics and other formats to keep our students engaged.
  • There are writing assignments meant to improve students’ writing skills and gauge their understanding.
  • Real-word examples are used so that students can relate easily.
  • Lessons, quizzes, and tests can be taken until mastery is reached.
  • Our videos include closed-captioning to cater for different types of learners.
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