Download a course map and detailed lesson plans for a course in the Humanities. This course, suitable for Grades 9-10, uses the Paideia active learning approach to explore big ideas from 3,000 years of human civilization. The course is designed to fulfill Common Core State Standards in Reading, Speaking and Listening, and Writing.
We recommend using the following list of writing assignments for Paideia Courses, Units, Modules, and Seminar lesson plans: Task-Collection-2-July-20131
Take a look at our Paideia_Humanities Pt1 Course Map here.
Ancient Civilization and Writing
- Why Study Ancients Unit Overview
Myth, Story, and Law
- Role of Myth and Story in Lives Unit Overview
Revolutions and Language
- How Have Revolutions Shaped Lives Unit Overview
Explorations and Economics
- Paideia_Relationship Between Exploration Economics Unit Overview
Take a look at the Paideia_Humanities2 Course Map here.
Individual and Societal Change
- Societal and Individual Change Unit Overview
Rights of Individual and Group
- Balance Between Rights Unit Overview
Equity, Democracy, and War
- Equity and Democracy Shape World Unit Overview
Present and Past; Immigration and Race
- Understand Present via Past Unit Overview