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Indiana Academic Social Studies Standards

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KindergartenPDFWORDPDFPDF
Grade 1PDFWORDPDFPDF
Grade 2PDFWORDPDFPDF
Grade 3PDFWORDPDFPDF
Grade 4PDFWORDPDFPDF
Grade 5PDFWORDPDFPDF
Grade 6PDFWORDPDFPDF
Grade 7PDFWORDPDFPDF
Grade 8PDFWORDPDFPDF
EconomicsPDFWORDPDFPDF
Ethnic StudiesPDFWORDPDFPDF
Geography & History of the WorldPDFWORDPDFPDF
Global EconomicsPDFWORDPDFPDF
PsychologyPDFWORDPDFPDF
SociologyPDFWORDPDFPDF
United States GovernmentPDFWORDPDFPDF
United States HistoryPDFWORDPDFPDF
World GeographyPDFWORDPDFPDF
World History & CivilizationPDFWORDPDFPDF
Indiana StudiesPDFWORDPDFPDF
To access 2014 Indiana Academic Standards follow 2014 Social Studies

Indiana Content Area Literacy Standards
These standards provide guidance to social studies teachers in grades 6-12 on expectations for integrating reading and writing skills into their daily instruction.
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History/Social Studies Content Area Literacy03/2020PDFWORDPDF

Social Studies Resource Guides for Indiana Academic Standards
These Teacher Resource Guides have been developed to provide supporting materials to help educators successfully implement the social studies standards.  These resources are provided to help teachers in their work to ensure all students meet the rigorous learning expectations set by the Academic Standards. Use of these resources is optional.
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Grade 403/17/2015PDFWord
Grade 503/17/2015PDFWord
Grade 603/17/2015PDFWord
Grade 710/28/2016PDFWord
Grade 803/17/2015PDFWord
Grade 8 Standards IN Connection12/27/2017PDF-
Economics03/17/2015PDFWord
Psychology03/17/2015PDFWord
Sociology03/17/2015PDFWord
United States Government03/17/2015PDFWord
United States History09/25/2017PDFWord
High School Standards IN Connection12/27/2017PDF-
World History & Civilization09/25/2017PDFWord
World War I-PDF-

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