SOCIAL STUDIES Wisconsin History

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SOCIAL STUDIES Wisconsin History

This course will provide the student with an in-depth look at the place that we call home – Wisconsin. Among the topics covered are: geography and glaciers, Native American tribes, the fur trade and its effect on the state, white settlement of Wisconsin, Wisconsin during the U.S. Civil War, political, social, and economic (mining, lumber, dairy), history of the state, the Progressive Era in Wisconsin under Douglas LaFollette, and modern times in Wisconsin. A Wisconsin research project or oral history project will conclude the semester course. Students will be evaluated based on their academic work in the form of quizzes, tests, and projects.Credit: 0.5

Length: (1) Trimester

Grade Level:11, 12

Prerequisite: US History

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