Social Studies


For all subjects, you can use tutor.com. For specific areas of social studies, see below.

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World History
U.S Government
U.S History
World Geography
Sociology


World History
Some of the greatest stories ever told come from the real people and events that make up history! For a fun and easy to access overview, check out John Green’s CrashCourse.   Also, Khan Academy can provide you with good reading, videos, and more!

U.S Government
Our government has been one of the few worldwide powers that has lasted in the last 4 centuries. Many pose the question and want to investigate how it functions and their purposes. To start, Social Security provides great detail on information concerning each branch and what they do. Also, Finding Dulcinea is another great spot for a explanation on Federal and Civic Government. Lastly, AACP provides a great pdf for the explanation of government.

US History
The United States has been through quite a lot, so it’s totally understandable if it’s a lot to take in from a classroom! Thankfully, author John Green is back to save the day with Crash Course US History! Another great site seems to perfectly sum up how most people feel about school- UH! But no, really, Digital History is a great place to find US History info.

World Geography
Travel and learn around the world without ever leaving your screen! National Geographic and the CIA World Factbook are great places to start, with information, images and multimedia resources.  For access to newspapers and magazines through our library databases, click here.

Sociology
Learning about the world and the cultures within it, Sociology is a tough subject if you aren’t prepared for it. If you need a bit of help, go to the pros! The American Sociological Association(ASA) has a whole webpage linked for students to research Sociology on their own. Introsocsite has great resources for learning Sociology in a fun manner! There’s even a whole course here with VIDEOS!!! Have fun!

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