• Below you will find links to videos of K-11 Social Studies instruction.  These videos were produced by UNCG, Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem / Forsyth County Schools.  
     
    Kindergarten
    Video 1 - Change
    Video 2 - Geography
    Video 3 - Culture
     
    1st grade
    Video 1 - Presidents
    Video 2 - Compare and Contrast Holidays (Culture)
    Video 3 - Veterans
     
    2nd grade
    Video 1 - How do needs and wants affect consumers?
    Video 2 - Roles of public servants
    Video 3 - Compare and Contrast Cultures
    Video 4 - Natural Resources
     
    3rd grade
    Video 1 - How citizens change communities
    Video 2 - Creative problem solving and community change
    Video 3 - Responsible Citizenship (Civics and Government)
    Video 4 - Presentation of community solutions 
     
    4th grade
    Video 1 - Age of exploration
    Video 2 - NC Industries (Economics)
    Video 3 - Differing views of historical events (History)
     
    5th grade
    Video 1 - Exploration and revolution
    Video 2 - Gold Rush
    Video 3 - Regional Characteristics of American Colonies (History, Culture, Economics, Civics & Government)
     
    6th grade
    Video 1 - Islam
    Video 2 - Early Humans wants and needs / archeology
    Video 3 - Early India / Caste System - (Culture and History)
    Video 4 - China
     
    7th grade
    Video 1 - Bismark Lesson
    Video 2- World War II
    Video 3 - Post World War II
     
    8th grade
    Video 1 - historical events and story telling
    Video 2 - review of units - student presentations
    Video 3 - World War II propoganda
     
    9th grade - World History
    Video 1 - Ancient Civilizations
    Video 2 - Middle Ages
    Video 3 - Feudalism
    Video 4 - Urbanization game 
     
    10th grade - Civics
    Video 1 - Labor Unions
    Video 2 - Branches of government / Checks and Balances
    Video 3 - Student created constitutions
     
    11th grade - US History 
    Video 1 - Age of Jackson
    Video 2 - Great awakening
    Video 3 - 1970s