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- Available Lessons: 120
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryThis convenient tutoring resource can help your 3rd graders learn and review essential social studies topics. This self-paced course can be accessed at any time to engage students in the classroom or help them study for exams at home.
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About This Course
This comprehensive course is designed to help your 3rd graders learn and remember important social studies concepts, such as the Byzantine civilization, North American geography, American government and more. Through a series of bite-sized lessons and simple self-assessment quizzes, the course covers essential social studies information in an engaging and fun manner. The course also includes lesson quizzes and chapter exams to help you see how well your students understand important social studies topics.
How It Works
- Students can navigate to specific chapters and lesson topics, such as the Roman Empire or American colonization, from their course Dashboard. From there, they can watch video lessons and pause, rewind and fast forward if needed.
- Each lesson comes with a short quiz to help reinforce key social studies topics and terms. The quizzes can be assigned as homework or used to help students prepare for upcoming exams.
- Lesson transcripts are included to supplement the studying experience. Students can print the transcripts to follow along with while watching the lessons.
- Our expert instructors are available to answer any questions your students may have.
- To make sure your students fully understand 3rd grade social studies topics, we've included chapter exams and a final assessment that you can assign them.
Using the Course
The kid-friendly lessons in this course are designed to teach social studies concepts in a way that 3rd graders can easily understand and enjoy. These lessons and quizzes can function as affordable tutoring solutions, in-class teaching aids, homework help resources and more. Accessible at any time, the course keeps track of your students' quiz scores and progress. Navigating the course is simple and the lessons can be studied as many times as needed.
Parents and teachers can find the course helpful in a variety of ways:
- To help students study for exams
- To help students catch up on information they missed in class
- To supplement social studies textbooks
- To provide students with fun and interactive lesson materials
- Geography tools and basics
- The geography of North America, the Mediterranean region and the word's rivers
- The Roman Empire, Byzantine civilization and Vikings
- Early Americans
- The Spanish exploration of North America
- Northwest Passage exploration
- American colonization
- The Southern, New England and Middle Atlantic colonies
- The fundamentals of economics
- American government
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