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Social Studies (Updated March 2004)
Social Studies - Sociology
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Introduction

PS1: THOUGHT AND THEORY
The learner will be able to describe the historical development of sociological thought and theory.
  
SS.SOC.1.1 Theoretical foundations
The learner will be able to describe the beginning theories and practices of the field of sociology: functionalist, conflict, and interactionist.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Develop 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #2, 3
  

SS.SOC.1.2 Contributions of theorists
The learner will be able to list the outstanding characteristics and contributions of the early theorists.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Develop 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.1.3 Theories and theorists
The learner will be able to explain the theories and theorists associated within the field of sociology.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Master 1.5 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #6
  
PS2: METHODOLOGY
The learner will be able to describe the unique nature of sociology as a discipline and the methods it uses to study human-social behavior.
  

SS.SOC.2.1 Importance of sociology
The learner will be able to examine the importance of sociology as a Social Science.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Develop 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #1
  
SS.SOC.2.2 Sociological methodology
The learner will be able to describe the methods sociologists use to study human group behavior: empirical research, scientific method, causation and correlation, survey methods, statistical analysis, and ethics in social research.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Develop 2.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.2.3 Tools/techniques
The learner will be able to use the tools and techniques to research sociological issues.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Application Introduce 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #7
  
SS.SOC.2.4 Unique characteristics
The learner will be able to relate sociology to the social and natural sciences.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
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Culture and Society

PS3: UNIVERSAL ASPECTS OF SOCIOLOGY
The learner will be able to identify the essential elements of human-social interaction common to all societies.
  
SS.SOC.3.1 Defining culture
The learner will be able to examine the definition and importance of culture.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Master 2.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #8, 9
  
SS.SOC.3.2 Characteristics of culture
The learner will be able to list the characteristics of culture: material and non-material.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Master 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.3.3 Role to society
The learner will be able to explain culture's role to society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Master 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.3.4 Components of society
The learner will be able to describe the cultural components of society: symbols, language, values, norms, mores, and folkways.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Master 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #5, 8, 9, 15
  

SS.SOC.3.5 Components of society
The learner will be able to list the definitions and examples for each component of society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Develop 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.3.6 Impact of culture
The learner will be able to discuss the impact of the cultural components.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Reinforce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.3.7 Levels of culture
The learner will be able to explain the function of each level of culture: trait, complex, and pattern.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Develop 0.5 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #5, 11
  

SS.SOC.3.8 Cultural variation
The learner will be able to explain the significance of cultural variation.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Master 1.5 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #10, 11
  

SS.SOC.3.9 Forms of cultural variation
The learner will be able to list and describe the various forms of cultural variation and their importance: counter-culture, sub-culture, ethnocentrism, xenophobia, relativism, and universal.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Develop 1.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.3.10 America's value system
The learner will be able to describe what constitutes the value system for the American society: definition, traditional values, and changing values.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Synthesis Master 2.5 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #8, 9, 11, 13
  
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Influences on behavior

PS4: INFLUENCES ON BEHAVIOR
The learner will be able to describe the influence of society and its structures on human-social interaction and the development of the individual.
  
SS.SOC.4.1 Role of social psychology
The learner will be able to explain the significance of social psychology.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Master 1.5 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #16, 21
  
SS.SOC.4.2 Nature vs. nurture
The learner will be able to distinguish between nature vs. nurture.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Master 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.4.3 Development of personality
The learner will be able to discuss the variables which could impact the development of personality.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Develop 2.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.4.4 Theories of socialization
The learner will be able to explain the theories of how individuals are socialized into society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Develop 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #13
  

SS.SOC.4.5 Creation of the self
The learner will be able to describe the Tabula Rasa, Looking-Glass, and Role-Taking theories.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Application Develop 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.4.6 Social isolation
The learner will be able to discuss about how social isolation affects the individual and society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Application Introduce 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #5, 6, 13
  

SS.SOC.4.7 Language and personality
The learner will be able to describe how language and personality are affected by isolation.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Introduce 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.4.8 Case study
The learner will be able to recognize a case study.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Application Develop 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.4.9 Agents of socialization
The learner will be able to define an agent of socialization: the family, peer groups, the media.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Master 1.5 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #4, 5, 18, 19, 21, 22
  
SS.SOC.4.10 Categories of agents
The learner will be able to determine the effects of the various kinds of agents of socialization on society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Reinforce 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.S0C.4.11 Social groups
The learner will be able to define a social group.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Master 2.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #4, 8, 12, 13, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27
  

SS.SOC.4.12 Adolescents in society
The learner will be able to explain the adolescent and the impact of this group in society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Develop 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.4.13 Adolescent traits
The learner will be able to describe the salient characteristics of adolescents.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Develop 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.4.14 Adulthood in society
The learner will be able to explain adulthood and the impact of adults in society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Develop 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #4, 8, 13, 16, 24, 26, 27, 28
  

SS.SOC.4.15 Stages of adulthood
The learner will be able to list the stages of adulthood: early adulthood, middle adulthood, later adulthood.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Develop 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.4.16 Characteristics of adulthood
The learner will be able to discuss the various characteristics of adulthood.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Develop 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.4.17 Social control
The learner will be able to define social control.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Master 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #3, 8, 12, 13, 21 25
  

SS.SOC.4.18 Internalization/self-control
The learner will be able to recognize the importance of the internalization of norms.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Develop 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.4.19 Types of sanctions
The learner will be able to list and explain the various kinds of sanctions.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Develop 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.4.20 Results of sanctions
The learner will be able to describe how sanctions bring about social control.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Develop 1.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.4.21 Social deviance
The learner will be able to define social deviance.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Master 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #3, 12, 13, 14, 22, 23, 25, 26
  
SS.SOC.4.22 Causes/theories of deviance
The learner will be able to list the various theories of social deviance and the proponents for each theory.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Master 2.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.4.23 Effects of deviance
The learner will be able to determine the effects of deviance upon society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Develop 2.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.4.24 Classifications of crime
The learner will be able to list the various classifications of crime.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Develop 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #12, 19, 22, 23, 25, 27
  

SS.SOC.4.25 Crime patterns
The learner will be able to relate crime patterns in the United States.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Introduce 2.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.4.26 Causes and effects of crime
The learner will be able to describe the causes and effects of crime.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Introduce 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.4.27 Justice and the individual
The learner will be able to explain about the courts, probation, and juvenile justice system.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.4.28 Forms of behavior
The learner will be able to define structured and non-structured behaviors.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Introduce 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #3, 5, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 23, 25
  
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Social Structure and Institutions

PS5: THE STUDY OF STRUCTURES
The learner will be able to identify the influence of social structures and their components on the development of societies.
  
SS.SOC.5.1 Social groups
The learner will be able to define a social group.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Master 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #20
  
SS.SOC.5.2 Major group classifications
The learner will be able to differentiate major group classifications: primary, secondary, and tertiary.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Application Master 1.5 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.5.3 Various types of societies
The learner will be able to compare and contrast various types of societal organization: Pre-industrial (hunting and gathering, pastoral, multicultural, and agricultural); industrial; and post-industrial.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Develop 1.5 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #8, 9, 15, 16, 17
  

SS.SOC.5.4 Organization
The learner will be able to define an organization.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Develop 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #3, 5, 20, 22
  

SS.SOC.5.5 Organizational structures
The learner will be able to explain differences in organizational structures.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Develop 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.5.6 Social interaction
The learner will be able to define what constitutes social interaction.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Master 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.5.7 Forms of social interaction
The learner will be able to list and describe the various forms of social interaction.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Develop 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #3, 4, 11, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27
  
SS.SOC.5.8 Parts of social structure
The learner will be able to identify the components of social structure: statuses (achieved, ascribed), roles (expectation, performance), role conflict, and role strain.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Master 2.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #3, 5, 12, 13, 14, 15, 21, 23, 24
  
SS.SOC.5.9 Status and role
The learner will be able to define status and role.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Master 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.5.10 Status and role assignment
The learner will be able to list the factors of status and roles.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Master 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.5.11 Social institutions
The learner will be able to explain how social institutions meet the fundamental needs of society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Master 2.5 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #2, 3, 4, 8, 14, 21
  
SS.SOC.5.12 Traits of institutions
The learner will be able to list the characteristics of social institutions.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
  Master 2.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.5.13 Types/functions of family
The learner will be able to describe the types and functions of family organizations.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Reinforce 0.5 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #4, 5, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 21, 25-27, 28
  
SS.SOC.5.14 American family
The learner will be able to describe changes in the American family.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Reinforce 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.5.15 Impact of dating
The learner will be able to explain the impact of dating within the American society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Reinforce 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.5.16 Political institution
The learner will be able to describe the importance of the political institution within the United States.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Reinforce 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #3, 4, 9, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28
  

SS.SOC.5.17 Functions of government
The learner will be able to list the roles and functions of government.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Reinforce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.5.18 America's political system
The learner will be able to discuss the changing role of the American political system.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Reinforce 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.5.19 Economic models
The learner will be able to explain the difference about the various economic models.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Reinforce 0.5 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #3, 5, 6, 9, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28
  
SS.SOC.5.20 America's economy
The learner will be able to discuss how the economy can effect the American society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Application Reinforce 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.5.21 Role of America
The learner will be able to list the role of America as a post-industrial nation.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Reinforce 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.5.22 Sociological trends
The learner will be able to analyze the sociological trends for the United States as a world power.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Reinforce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.5.23 Education and society
The learner will be able to define the importance of education and society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Reinforce 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #2-7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17-19, 21-23, 26, 28
  

SS.SOC.5.24 Theories on ed. development
The learner will be able to list the theories associated with education.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Reinforce 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.5.25 American education issues
The learner will be able to discuss which issues are affecting American education.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Reinforce 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.5.26 Religion and society
The learner will be able to explain the meaning of religion to society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Reinforce 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #4, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28
  

SS.SOC.5.27 Social functions of religion
The learner will be able to list and describe the social functions of religions.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Reinforce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.5.28 Major world religions
The learner will be able to compare major world religions.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Reinforce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.5.29 Role of religion
The learner will be able to describe the role of religion in American society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Reinforce 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.5.30 Science and technology
The learner will be able to distinguish between science and technology.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Introduce 0.5 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #2, 3, 6, 7, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 24, 26, 28
  

SS.SOC.5.31 Science and America
The learner will be able to explain how Science plays a major role in shaping the American society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Develop 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.5.32 Ethics and science
The learner will be able to discuss ethical issues related to science and technology.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Develop 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.5.33 Scientific trends
The learner will be able to discuss the growing trends of science and technology.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Develop 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.5.34 Sports in America
The learner will be able to discuss how sports play a major role in the American society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Develop 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 18, 19, 2, 25, 26, 28
  
SS.SOC.5.35 Functions of sports
The learner will be able to list the functions of sports as an institution.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Develop 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.5.36 Trends in sports
The learner will be able to discuss the current trends of institutionalized sports.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.5.37 Social issues
The learner will be able to define social issue.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Introduce 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #3-28
  
SS.SOC.5.38 Researching issues
The learner will be able to research a particular sociological issue.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Application Develop 2.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.5.39 Solutions to social issues
The learner will be able to analyze the possible solutions.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Develop 1.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.5.40 Effects of social issues
The learner will be able to analyze the effects of the sociological issue within our society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Develop 1.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
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Development of Society

PS6: DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIETY
The learner will be able to identify the influence of human-social interaction on society, its structures, and development.
  

SS.SOC.6.1 Role of gender groups
The learner will be able to describe the role of gender groups.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Master 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #8, 13, 17, 18, 19, 21, 27, 28
  

SS.SOC.6.2 Impact of gender groups
The learner will be able to list the impact of gender groups in society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Master 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.6.3 Minorities in society
The learner will be able to explain the concept of minorities as social categories.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Master 2.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17-28
  
SS.SOC.6.4 Social inequality terms
The learner will be able to define prejudice, stereotyping, discrimination, and scapegoating.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Reinforce 1.5 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.6.5 Factors of inequality
The learner will be able to define assimilation, cultural pluralizing segregation.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Reinforce 1.0 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.6.6 Collective behavior theories
The learner will be able to discuss the theories of collective behavior.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.6.7 Collective behavior/traits
The learner will be able to explain the preconditions and characteristics of collective behavior.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.6.8 Collective behavior/types
The learner will be able to describe the various types of collective behaviors and their roles in human group behavior: crowds, mobs, riots, rumors, mass hysteria, urban legends, panics, fashions and fads, public opinion, and propaganda.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools
  
SS.SOC.6.9 Propaganda
The learner will be able to define propaganda.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.6.10 Social movements/defined
The learner will be able to define what constitutes a social movement.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Introduce 0.5 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #4, 5, 10, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23, 24
  
SS.SOC.6.11 Theories of social movements
The learner will be able to describe the theories of social movements.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.6.12 Stages of social movements
The learner will be able to analyze the various characteristics and stages of social movements.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.6.13. Types of movements
The learner will be able to explain the different types of movements and their functions: resistance, reforms, revolutionary, utopian.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.6.14 Traits of social change
The learner will be able to explain when society experiences a social change.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Develop 1.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #3, 8, 9, 11-19, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28
  

SS.SOC.6.15 Social change theories
The learner will be able to list and discuss the different kinds of theories related to social change.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.6.16 Sources of social change
The learner will be able to list the factions that are represented as sources of social change.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.6.17 Factions resistant to change
The learner will be able to list factions resistant to change.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.6.18 Impact of modernization
The learner will be able to determine the impact of modernization upon the American society.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.6.19 Global change
The learner will be able to compare and contrast modernization and the world system theory.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  

SS.SOC.6.20 Population and urbanization
The learner will be able to define population and urbanization.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Develop 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
  
SS.SOC.6.21 Class structures
The learner will be able to compare and contrast the various types of class structures.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Master 1.5 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #3, 5, 9-17, 26, 27
Website: Social Class
  
SS.SOC.6.22 Methods of stratification
The learner will be able to define power, prestige, status, and wealth.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Master 2.0 Cobb County Schools)
Website: Social Class
  

SS.SOC.6.23 Theories of stratification
The learner will be able to identify the effects of stratification theories upon the American class structure.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Application Master 2.0 Cobb County Schools)
Website: Social Class
  
SS.SOC.6.24 Effects of social status
The learner will be able to determine the effects of social class status.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Master 3.0 GA: Quality Core Curriculum, 2000, Sociology, #3-5, 9, 10, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21-26
Website: Social Class
  

SS.SOC.6.25 Determinants of class
The learner will be able to discuss what factors are involved in determining a social class.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Reinforce 1.5 Cobb County Schools)
Website: Social Class
  

SS.SOC.6.26 American class structure
The learner will be able to describe the American class structure.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Comprehension Develop 1.5 Cobb County Schools)
Website: Social Class
  
SS.SOC.6.27 Social mobility
The learner will be able to list the various forms of social mobility: horizontal, intergenerational, vertical.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Knowledge Introduce 0.5 Cobb County Schools)
Website: Social Class
  

SS.SOC.6.28 Determinants of mobility
The learner will be able to differentiate what factors impact social mobility.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Evaluation Develop 1.5 Cobb County Schools)
Website: Social Class
  
SS.SOC.6.29 Poverty in America
The learner will be able to compare and contrast the effects of wealth and poverty within the American class structure.
Bloom's Scope Hours Source
Analysis Master 2.0 Cobb County Schools)
Website: Social Class
  
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