Education for Life: The Subject of Social Sciences

Education for Life: The Subject of Social Sciences

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social skills, friends, emotions
  • What are social skills and why are they important
  • Who are your friends?
  • Why do we make friends?
  • How to be a good friend?
  • How to become an even better friend?
  • What to do with your moods and emotions?
family, tribe, community
  • What is a family?
  • My family, my tribe, my community, my society
  • Family lineage, family creed, family traditions
Language and literature
  • Language and literature
seasons, weather, geography
  • Seasons, weather, and climate of your home area
  • The nature, plants, animals, land, and soil of your area
  • The geography and relief of your home community
  • The history of geographical changes of the area where you live
Fine arts: Music, Dance, Painting, Drawing, Sculpting, Theatre and Performance Art, Architecture, Cinema, Broadcasting
  • Fine arts: Music, Dance, Painting, Drawing, Sculpting, Theatre and Performance Art, Architecture, Cinema, Broadcasting
who am I, how do I feel
  • Who am I? Self Identity
  • How do I feel? My emotions
  • How do I think? My senses, my perceptions
  • My desires, goals, and achievements
The culture of the USA Folklore
  • The culture of the USA
  • Folklore
The history of your town / city / community
  • The history of your town / city / community
  • The origin, culture, traditions of your town / city / community

 

ORANGE

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Sports
  • Sports
The history of anthropology
  • The history of anthropology
  • The origins of human being
  • The theory of evolution
Strategies of communication, listening, and leadership with individuals and in groups
  • Family relationships
  • Family roles and responsibilities (past, present, future)
  • Strategies of communication, listening, and leadership with individuals and in groups
Religion, National holidays
  • Religion
  • National holidays
Education: What it means to you, how it differs in different cultures, how it has changed over time, and what can be expected for the future
  • What education means to you
  • How education differs in different cultures
  • How education has changed over time
  • What can be expected for the future in education
The relief of your country The geographical location and borders of your country
  • The relief of your country
  • The geographical location and borders of your country
The climate of your country, The nature, animals and plants of your country, The minerals, the ground, and soil of your country, The conservation of natural resources of your country
  • The climate of your country
  • The nature, animals and plants of your country
  • The minerals, the ground, and soil of your country
  • The conservation of natural resources of your country
The tectonic pattern of your country
  • The tectonic pattern of your country
  • The geological pattern of your country
  • The geomorphological structure of your country
  • The paleogeographic conditions of the territory of your country
The tectonic pattern of your country
  • Cuisine
  • Pop Culture
O-10
  • How to cope with stress
  • Stress, its function
Emotions, states, and moods
  • Emotions, states, and moods
  • Emotions and their functions
Human needs
  • Human needs
The history of your country
  • The history of your country
  • When and how did it start?
Your nation, nationality
  • Your nation, nationality
  • The population of your home country
  • The industries and agro-industrial complex of your home country
The connection between motivation, needs and emotions
  • The connection between motivation, needs and emotions
Historical types of states
  • Historical types of states
  • Forms of statehood
  • legal state

 

YELLOW

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Strategies for supporting others individually and in groups
  • Strategies for management of and in groups
  • Strategies for supporting others individually and in groups
  • Strategies for energizing and encouraging others and groups
Types of families: conjugal (nuclear family), consanguineal (extended family), matrilocal, cohabitation, civil unions, same-sex relationships, etc.
  • Types of families: conjugal (nuclear family), consanguineal (extended family), matrilocal, cohabitation, civil unions, same-sex relationships, etc.
  • What makes people a family? (consanguinity ‘blood’, affinity, co-residence, etc.)
  • “Rules” in personal relationships
  • Exploration of different individual and cultural ideas that define families and their roles
What does history mean to you?
  • What is history?
  • What is the history of history?
  • Why is it important to study history?
  • Why is history important to you?
  • What does history mean to you?
Attention; The ability to focus
  • Attention
  • The ability to focus
Rules on the street, Rules in different parts of the world
  • Rules on the street
  • Rules in different parts of the world
Art as means of personality creation
  • Art as means of personality creation
How do we remember, keep memories and forget? Why?
  • How do we remember, keep memories and forget? Why?
Subculture and its functions
  • Subculture and its functions
What is culture?
  • What is culture?
Types of memory
  • Memory. Types of memory
Evolution and typology of societies
  • Evolution and typology of societies
  • Individuals in the context of socioeconomic development of the society
What makes culture?
  • What makes culture?
  • The functions of culture
Willpower
  • Willpower
The transportation of your country
  • The transportation of your country
Early societies
  • Early societies
The sense of responsibility
  • The sense of responsibility
The administrative and territorial division of your country
  • The administrative and territorial division of your country
The economic status and political situation of your country
  • The economic status and political situation of your country
Self-control
  • Self-control
Rules at home
  • Rules at home

 

GREEN

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The system of law: norms, institutes, and branches
  • Law
  • The system of law: norms, institutes, and branches
Biosphere
  • Biosphere
Social norms and their types
  • Social norms and their types
From chaos to harmony
  • From chaos to harmony
From chaos to harmony
  • Infringement of the law
Languages
  • Languages
World culture
  • Cultures
  • World culture
  • World outlook and historical thinking
Conflict Resolution
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Exploring and respecting points of view and the opinions of others
  • Strategies for offering and asking for help individually and in groups
  • Strategies for agreement and disagreement individually and in groups
The artistic culture of Western Asia
  • The artistic culture of Western Asia
Legality, law and order
  • Legality, law and order
European Middle Age
  • European Middle Age
Ancient Greek architecture and arts
  • Ancient Greek architecture and arts
  • Prehistoric Greece and classical Hellas
The origin of Roman genius
  • The origin of Roman genius
  • Roman culture: liturgy and carnival
Periods of history
  • Periods of history
  • Significant events prehistory to 500 C.E.
  • Significant events 500-1500 C.E.
  • Significant events 1500-1900 C.E.
  • Significant events Post-1900 C.E.
The perception of the world by primitive people
  • The perception of the world by primitive people, how this perception has changed, how is it still the same, what changes can be expected in the future?
Dreams
  • Dreams
Logical thinking
  • Logical thinking
Religions and philosophies
  • Religions and philosophies
  • Historical processes
Religions and philosophies
  • Myth
  • Mythological consciousness
  • Sayings, proverbs, riddles
Religions and philosophies
  • Lithosphere
  • The shape and motion of the Earth
Stages and periods in culture development
  • Stages and periods in culture development
Analysis: deduction and induction
  • Analysis: deduction and induction
The culture of Ancient Egypt
  • The culture of Ancient Egypt
Imagination, Creative thinking
  • Imagination
  • Creative thinking
Main characteristics, functions and sources of law
  • Main characteristics, functions and sources of law
The culture of ancient civilizations, Antique culture
  • The culture of ancient civilizations
  • Antique culture
Atmosphere, Hydrosphere
  • Atmosphere
  • Hydrosphere
Family related law and legalities (marriage, custody, property, power of attorney, etc.)
  • Family related law and legalities (marriage, custody, property, power of attorney, etc.)

 

BLUE

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Constitutions of the world
  • The constitution of the USA
  • Constitution law
  • Constitutions of the world
The architecture and arts in Byzantium in V-VIII centuries
  • The architecture and arts in Byzantium in V-VIII centuries
The crisis of humanistic ideals
  • The crisis of humanistic ideals
Baroque culture in Europe
  • Baroque culture in Europe
  • Italian baroque school
Geographic overview of Europe
  • Geographic overview of Europe
Humanism. A new model of the world and personality
  • Humanism. A new model of the world and personality
The history of voting
  • The right to vote in political elections
  • The history of voting
  • Voting in different cultures and countries
  • What does voting mean to you?
Family as an institution for socialization
  • Social perception
  • Family as an institution for socialization
  • Group thinking versus thinking for yourself
  • Attitude as an aspect of contribution in all situations
  • Setting and clarifying boundaries to assure win-win relationships
Volunteering and active or conscious vs passive or unconscious contribution
  • Contribution- What is contribution and why contribute?
  • Volunteering and active or conscious vs passive or unconscious contribution
  • Contribution in relation to your family, community, society, and own goals
Geographic overview of the world
  • Geographic overview of the world
  • The world’s Land masses
  • The world’s oceans
B-11
  • Two Way CommunicationTeaching/ learning opportunities across all age groups
  • Strategies for asking for and offering help
The right to organize political parties and public associations
  • The right to organize political parties and public associations
  • The right to freedom of belief, world outlook, and convictions
Geographic overview of South America
  • Geographic overview of South America
The right to education
  • The right to education
Geographic overview of the Arctic and the Antarctic
  • Geographic overview of the Arctic and the Antarctic
Engaging family in your personal growth process
  • Engaging family in your personal growth process
  • Contribution within a family and outside
Significant historical events of Europe
  • Significant historical events of Europe
  • Significant historical events of Southwest Asia
  • Significant historical events of Africa
Speech
  • Speech
  • Interior speech
Geographic overview of Australia
  • Geographic overview of Australia
Gothic style and scholasticism
  • Gothic style and scholasticism
Self-assessment
  • Self-assessment
Personality: individual and collective
  • Personality: individual and collective
  • Character and temperament
Geographic overview of Asia
  • Geographic overview of Asia
US Economic History
  • US Economic History
Self-reflection
  • Self-reflection
US Political History
  • US Political History
Geographic overview of Africa
  • Geographic overview of Africa
Family as an economics unit (family economics)
  • Family as an economics unit (family economics)
Citizenship of the USA
  • Citizenship of the USA
Geographic overview of North America
  • Geographic overview of North America
Geographic Significant historical events of East Asia
  • Geographic Significant historical events of East Asia
  • Significant historical events of South and Southeast Asia
  • Significant historical events of the Americas (excluding the US)
Legal status of a person and citizen
  • Legal status of a person and citizen

 

INDIGO

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Branches of government: the legislative, the executive, and the juridical
  • Branches of government: the legislative, the executive, and the juridical
  • Jural relationships
  • Juridical responsibility
Reasons of art nouveau beginnings
  • Reasons of art nouveau beginnings
  • The combination of Oriental and Western European art
  • Symbolism as the aesthetic and philosophical background of art nouveau
US and state history of resources, development, and government
  • US and state history of resources, development, and government
Personalities in psychology
  • Personalities in psychology
  • Methods and approaches in psychology
  • Important revelations in psychology
Individualistic culture
  • Individualistic culture
US Intellectual and Cultural History
  • US Intellectual and Cultural History
  • US Foreign Policy
The industry of the world
  • The industry of the world
Respecting all things
  • Respecting all things
Flemish and Dutch arts as two poles of world outlooks
  • Flemish and Dutch arts as two poles of world outlooks
types of referendum
  • Referendum
  • Types of referendum
The legislative branch: the houses of Congress
  • The legislative branch: the houses of Congress
Strategies for team building, forming and organizing groups
  • Strategies for team building, forming and organizing groups
  • Exploration of different roles in social environments and groups
Impressionism and Postimpressionism
  • Philosophical pessimism and voluntarism
  • Impressionism and Postimpressionism
Exploration of current events and how they affect your family and their lives
  • Exploration of current events and how they affect your family and their lives
Housing law
  • Housing law
US Social History
  • US Social History
Economic ties and international tourism
  • Economic ties and international tourism
Exploration of different roles in social environments and groups?
  • Exploration of different roles in social environments and groups?
  • Who are you in different settings?
  • Why do different social environments exist?
Classicism
  • Classicism
The age of absolutism and Enlightenment period
  • The age of absolutism and Enlightenment period
The Executive branch
  • The Executive branch
  • The President
  • The Cabinet
  • The House of Representatives
The political map of the world
  • The political map of the world
“Golden century” in Spanish arts
  • “Golden century” in Spanish arts
Politeness and gratitude skills
  • Politeness and gratitude skills
The Senate
  • The Senate
Economic Development
  • Economic Development
International organizations
  • International organizations
Sociology
  • Sociology
Authorities. Types of authorities
  • Authorities
  • Types of authorities
Art nouveau
  • Art nouveau
  • Styles and trends in art nouveau
  • New theater
The juridical branch
  • The juridical branch
The agriculture of the world
  • The agriculture of the world
Local administration, state authorities
  • Local administration, state authorities
Fairness and honor skills
  • Fairness and honor skills
  • Negotiation and compromise skills
  • Consensus meaning, value, and skills
Realism in arts
  • Realism in arts
  • Romanticism in arts
  • Historic outlook at a person
The population of the world
  • Global issues
  • The population of the world
  • World nature resources

 

VIOLET

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Social skills exploration for professional and formal environments
  • Social skills exploration for professional and formal environments
social skills exploration for recreational and informal environments
  • Social skills exploration for recreational and informal environments
Family law, Civil law
  • Family law
  • Civil law
Cognitive, emotional, and behavioral skills exploration, acquisition, and application
  • Cognitive, emotional and behavioral skills exploration, acquisition, and application
Financial law
  • Financial law
  • Administrative law
Criminal law
  • Criminal law
Psychology in Middle Ages
  • Psychology in Middle Ages
Engaging community in your personal growth process
  • Engaging community in your personal growth process (idea source was Reggio)
  • Community roles and responsibilities (past, present, future)
  • Community defining attributes (values, beliefs, structure, government, traditions, etc.)
Court system and law enforcement agencies
  • Court system and law enforcement agencies
Highest Good of All from a community perspective
The 4 stages of community building
Cultural circles as a community
  • Cultural circles as a community
Social circles as a community
  • Social circles as a community
Family as a community
  • Family as a community
What is a community?
  • What is a community?
Labor law
  • Labor law
Strategies for engaging diverse perspectives and conducting research
  • Strategies for engaging diverse perspectives and conducting research
Social competence and conscious personality development
  • Social competence and conscious personality development
Exploration of current events and how they might be affecting other cultures and their lives
  • Exploration of current events and how they might be affecting other cultures and their lives
  • Exploration of current events and how they affect humanity as a whole
Exploration of current events and how they affect your culture and the lives of everyone in it
  • Exploration of current events and how they affect your culture and the lives of everyone in it
Exploration of current events and how they might be affecting other families and their lives
  • Exploration of current events and how they affect you and contribute to your life
  • Exploration of current events and how they might be affecting other families and their lives
  • Exploration of current events and how they affect your community and their lives
  • Exploration of current events and how they might be affecting other communities and the lives of the people within these communities
The culture of the XXI century
  • The culture of the XXI century
  • The culture of the XX century
The Holocaust
  • The Holocaust
The Renaissance
  • The Renaissance
Behaviorism and neo-behaviorism
  • Behaviorism and neo-behaviorism
New means of expression in music
  • New means of expression in music
Functionalism in architecture
  • Functionalism in architecture
Slavery
  • Slavery
Psychology in the age of Enlightenment
  • Psychology in the age of Enlightenment
Human rights issues
  • Human rights issues
Experimental psychology
  • Experimental psychology
  • Modern psychology
  • Gestalt psychology
Global perspectives and history in relation to what is for the Highest Good of All
Contemporary issues and global perspectives
  • Contemporary issues and global perspectives
  • Contemporary politics
What other global perspectives exist and what historical perspectives distinguishes them?
  • What other global perspectives exist and what historical perspectives distinguishes them?
Avant-garde painting
  • Avant-garde painting
Exploring global historical perspectives from the standpoint of global cultures
  • Exploring global historical perspectives from the standpoint of global cultures
Exploring global historical perspectives from the standpoint of global communities
  • Exploring global historical perspectives from the standpoint of global communities
Exploring global historical perspectives from the standpoint of global individuals
  • Exploring global historical perspectives from the standpoint of global individuals
  • Exploring global historical perspectives from the standpoint of global families
International law
  • Environmental law worldwide
  • International law
What does it mean to think globally?
  • What does it mean to think globally?
Global perspectives and history
  • Global perspectives and history
Exploring global historical perspectives from the standpoint of humanity as a whole
  • Exploring global historical perspectives from the standpoint of humanity as a whole
Psychoanalysis and the subconscious/ unconscious mind
  • Cognitive psychology
  • Psychoanalysis and the subconscious/unconscious mind

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OPEN SOURCE TEACHING METHODOLOGY SUMMARIES

Montessori | Waldorf | Orff | Reggio | Multi-Intelligence | Bloom's Taxonomy | Study Tech | I-WE

 

INDEX OF ALL THE ONE COMMUNITY OPEN SOURCE LESSON PLANS
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