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Common Core History & Social Studies Grades 11-12: Literacy Standards

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Ensure your history and social studies classes meet Common Core standards with this literacy standards course designed for grades 11 and 12. Our short video and text lessons help keep your students' attention, and the multiple-choice quizzes help you make sure your students understand the material.
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11 chapters in Common Core History & Social Studies Grades 11-12: Literacy Standards

Ch 1. Using Evidence to Support Analysis: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.11-12.1 {{cp.topicAssetIdToProgress[39678].percentComplete}}% complete
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Lesson 1 - What is a Primary Source? - Definition & Examples Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[3348].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[3348].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 2 - Historical Methodology: Evidence and Interpretation Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[21565].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[21565].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 3 - Secondary Source: Definition & Examples Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[3347].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[3347].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 4 - How to Use Sources to Write Essays and Evaluate Evidence Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1324].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1324].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 5 - Parts of An Argument: Claims, Counterclaims, Reasons, and Evidence Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[14636].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[14636].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 6 - Evaluative Essay: Examples, Format & Characteristics Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[7030].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[7030].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 7 - What is Inference? - How to Infer Intended Meaning Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[4673].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[4673].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 8 - Using Details to Support an Argument Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39679].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39679].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
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Lesson 1 - What is Context? - Definition & Application Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[3675].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[3675].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 2 - How to Use Context to Determine the Meaning of Words Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1593].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1593].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 3 - Understanding Words By Their Relationships Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[22073].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[22073].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 4 - Selecting the Best Words for Your Message Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[21305].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[21305].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 5 - What is Structure in Writing and How Does it Affect Meaning? Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[4678].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[4678].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 6 - What is Foreshadowing? - Types, Examples & Definitions Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[4112].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[4112].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 7 - Practicing Critical Reading Strategies Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39699].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39699].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 8 - Strategies for Introducing Terms in Writing Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39701].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39701].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 9 - Discussing and Refining the Meaning of a Term Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39703].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39703].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
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Lesson 1 - What is Quantitative Data? - Definition & Examples Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[11061].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[11061].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 2 - Quantitative vs. Qualitative Research Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[2837].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[2837].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 3 - The Difference Between Qualitative & Quantitative Measurement Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[13239].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[13239].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 4 - How to Read Scientific Graphs & Charts Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[3603].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[3603].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 5 - The Role of Visuals in Communication Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[21855].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[21855].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 6 - Using Visuals to Present Data: Textual Graphics vs. Visual Graphics Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[21856].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[21856].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
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Lesson 1 - How to Write a Great Argument Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1328].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1328].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 2 - Logos, Ethos and Pathos: 3 Ways to Appeal to an Audience in Essays Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1331].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1331].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 3 - What are Data? - Types, Sources & Definition Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[6123].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[6123].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 4 - Academic Sources: Definition & Examples Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[3714].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[3714].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 5 - Creating a Balanced Argument Using Multiple Sources Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39715].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39715].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 6 - Understanding a Source's Strengths and Weaknesses Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39716].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39716].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 7 - Acknowledging and Working With Source Discrepancies Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39717].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39717].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 8 - How to Avoid Plagiarism: When to Cite Sources Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1338].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1338].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 9 - How to Cite Online Sources Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1343].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1343].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 10 - Journal Article Citations Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1340].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1340].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
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Lesson 1 - Thomas Paine: Common Sense and The Crisis Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[2282].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[2282].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 2 - The Declaration of Independence: Text, Signers and Legacy Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1398].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1398].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 3 - The Bill of Rights: The Constitution's First 10 Amendments Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1413].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[1413].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 4 - Henry David Thoreau's Walden: Summary and Analysis Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[2302].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[2302].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 5 - Ralph Waldo Emerson's Society and Solitude: Summary & Themes Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39721].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39721].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 6 - Horace Porter's Lee Surrenders to Grant, April 9th, 1865 Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39722].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39722].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 7 - G. K. Chesterton' s The Fallacy of Success: Summary & Themes Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39723].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39723].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 8 - H. L. Mencken's The American Language, 4th Edition Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39724].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39724].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 9 - Richard Wright's Black Boy: Summary and Analysis Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[2360].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[2360].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 10 - George Orwell's Politics and the English Language: Summary & Themes Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39725].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39725].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 11 - Richard Hofstadter's Abraham Lincoln and the Self-Made Myth Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39726].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39726].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 12 - Amy Tan's Mother Tongue: Summary & Themes Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39727].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39727].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional
Lesson 13 - Rudolfo Anaya's Take the Tortillas Out of Your Poetry Score: {{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39728].bestScoreCorrect}}/{{cp.lessonAssetIdToProgress[39728].bestScoreQuestions}}  Take Quiz Optional

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