Social Science - Wayne State College

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PSY 410 Psych Sm Groups (3). PSY 415/515 Hum Sexuality (3). PSY 435 Ind/ Organiz Psych (3). PSY 440/540 Psychopharm (3). PSY 444 Topics in PSY (3).

Rule 24 Matrix Revised: March 2007 Table of Alignment of Standards and Assessments Endorsement: Social Science Total Hours Required by Rule 24: 60

Grade Levels: 7-12 Program Hours Required by Institution: 66

Endorsement Type: Field Name of Institution: Wayne State College

Endorsement Program Requirements: Nebraska teacher education institutions offering this endorsement program must have on file, within the institution, a plan which identifies the courses and the course completion requirements which the institution utilizes to grant credit toward completion of this endorsement. Candidate Proficiencies Standard/Description

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006.53D Certification Endorsement Requirements: This endorsement shall require a minimum of 60 semester hours of coursework in the social sciences (Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology, and either Anthropology or Sociology). The 60 semester hours includes a minimum of 21 semester hours in history, of which 9 must be in U.S. history and 9 in world history. There must be a minimum of 6 semester hours in each of the remaining five social sciences areas (Economics, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, and either Anthropology or Sociology).

HIS 170 World Civ I (3) HIS 171 World Civ II (3) HIS 180 American Exp I (3) HIS 181 American Exp II (3) HIS 480 Historiography Sem (3) Upper Level US History (6) Upper Level Non-US History (6) SSC 490 Soc Sci Research Sem (or appropriate Honors class, 395 or 499) (3)

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9 hours in each of two selected Soc Sci areas (Anthropology/Sociology, Economics, Geography, Political Science, or Psychology) (18) 6 hours from each of the 3 remaining Social Sciences areas not selected above (18) Total Hours= 66 Professional Education EDU 409 Conent Methods (2) EDU 410 Student Teaching (12) Through the courses identified in its plan, the institution should prepare prospective teachers to demonstrate the skills identified in sections A through G, and those in either H or I. A. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of and be able to teach the concepts, skills, and processes of social studies as defined in the Nebraska Content Standards from grade seven through grade twelve;

EDU 409 Content Area Methods and Materials (2)

B. Demonstrate the ability to create and deliver instruction which integrates three or more of the cognate areas of the social sciences (anthropology/sociology, economics, geography, history, political science, and psychology).

EDU 409 Content Area Methods and Materials (2) SSC 490 Social Sciences Research Seminar (3) 1

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C. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the concepts, principles, and processes of inquiry in economics, and be able to apply them, including being able to: 1. Apply the unifying concepts and processes underlying the structure and operations of the United States economy and the role of citizens as producers and consumers; 2. Analyze the characteristics of markets; 3. Examine and relate the role of the national, state, local, and tribal entities in the United States economy; 4. Establish connections and interdependence of the United States economic system and systems in other countries; and 5. Apply primary sources and data to understand economic concepts.

ECO 202 Princ NatEcon Sys (3) ECO 203 Princ Market Sys (3) ECO 302 Inter Macroecon (3) ECO 303 Inter Microecon (3) ECO 310 Money & Banking (3) ECO 320 Labor Economics (3) ECO 350 Economic Dev(3) ECO 360 Global Economics (3) ECO 430/530 Inter Econ (3) ECO 444 Topics in ECO (3) ECO 470/570 Ind Organiz (3)

D. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the concepts, principles, and processes of inquiry in geography, and be able to apply them, including being able to: 1. Demonstrate an understanding of maps, including mental maps, and other geographic representations, tools, and technologies to acquire and report information from a spatial perspective; 2. Analyze the geographic information about people, places, and environments on the Earth’s surface, which includes an understanding of both the physical and human characteristics of places; 3. Demonstrate an understanding of the physical and cultural geography of Nebraska; 4. Develop the concept of regions as a means to interpret Earth’s complexity in terms of how culture and experience influence people’s perceptions of places and regions including identification of Earth’s ecosystems; 5. Demonstrate an understanding of population distributions, human migrations and the complexity of the world’s cultural mosaic; 6. Analyze the patterns and networks of economic interdependency, the processes, patterns, and functions of human settlements, and explain the forces of cooperation and conflict; 7. Demonstrate an understanding of the interrelationships of human actions and the physical environment, including being able to show cross cultural comparison of ideology and behaviors; and 8. Provide examples of how to use geography to interpret the past and present and to plan for the future.

GEO 120 World Reg Geo(3) GEO 300 Human Geo (3) GEO 305 Political Geo (3) GEO 315 World Econ Geo (3) GEO 320 Urban Geography (3) GEO 325 Geo Recreation, Tourism & Sport (3) GEO 340 Geo US & Canada (3) GEO 350 Geo Europe (3) GEO 360 Geo Former Soviet Union (3) GEO 370 Geo Latin America (3) GEO 380 Geography of Asia (3) GEO 410/510 Hazards & Dis (3) GEO 420/520 Terror & War (3) GEO 430/530 Geo Info Sys (3) GEO 435/535 Comp Map (3) GEO 444 Topics in GEO (3) GEO 445/545 Geo of Neb (3)

E. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the concepts, principles, and processes of inquiry in history, and be able to apply them, including being able to: 1. Compare patterns of development, continuity and influence between the United States and the rest of the Western Hemisphere; 2. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the people, cultures and civilizations of the Western Hemisphere;

HIS 170 World Civ I (3) HIS 171 World Civ II (3) HIS 180 The Amer Exp I (3) HIS 181 The Amer Exp II (3) HIS 480 Historiography Sem (3) HIS 200 History of Asia (3) HIS 300 The Ancient World (3) HIS 305 Medieval Europe (3)

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3. Demonstrate knowledge and an understanding of Western and Eastern civilizations; 4. Use historical analysis and interpretation to consider the perspectives of cultural groups; 5. Identify and describe significant historical periods that impacted the development of the United States; 6. Use a chronological framework to understand the sociological, political, economic and cultural history of the global community through time; 7. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the cultural history of Nebraska, including Native American cultures; 8. Analyze the impact of Nebraska’s past and present on United States history; 9. Investigate, interpret, and analyze important events and persistent issues using multiple historical and contemporary resources; and 10. Engage in historical research using primary sources.

HIS 310 The Renaissance & Reformation (3) HIS 315 Europe 1600–1815 (3) HIS 317 Nineteenth Century Europe (3) HIS 320 Twentieth Century (3) HIS 340 Amer Econ History (3) HIS 350 Nebraska History (3) HIS 360 Col & Rev Amer (3) HIS 370 Early Nat America (3) HIS 380 America, Civil War through Great Depression (3) HIS 385 America, 1941-Pres (3) HIS 420 Society and Gender (3) HIS 450 The American West (3) HIS 460 Vietnam War (3) HIS 465 American Civil Rights Movement (3) HIS 470 History & Movies (3) HIS 475 Foundations of American Culture (3) HIS 476 Recent American Culture (3)

F. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the concepts, principles, and processes of inquiry in political science, and be able to apply them, including being able to: 1. Demonstrate the purpose of government; 2. Demonstrate an understanding of the history, structure, and function of the federal, state, county, local, and tribal governments, including being able to identify the key ideals of the democratic republican form of government, such as individual human dignity, liberty, justice, equality, and the rule of law; 3. Demonstrate an understanding of the United States two party political system; 4. Demonstrate an understanding of United States domestic and foreign policies; 5. Demonstrate an understanding of citizenship in the United States, including being able to identify, analyze, interpret, and evaluate sources and examples of citizens’ rights and responsibilities; 6. Demonstrate an understanding of sovereign tribal nations and their relationship to local, state, and federal governments; 7. Locate, access, analyze, organize, synthesize, evaluate, and apply information about selected public issues – identifying, describing, and evaluating multiple points of view; and 8. Analyze and evaluate the influence of various forms of citizen action on public policy, including the impact of lobbyists.

POS 100 American Nat Gov (3) POS 110 Intro to World Pol (3) POS 260 Comp Government & Politics (3) POS 280 Public Administration and Management (3)

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G. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the concepts, principles, and processes of inquiry in psychology, and be able to apply them, including being able to: 1. Apply concepts, principles, and procedures for conducting, monitoring, applying, and interpreting psychology research methods; 2. Demonstrate an understanding of psychology’s origins, subfields, and ethical research standards; 3.Demonstrate an understanding of the biological bases of behavior; 4. Demonstrate an understanding of lifespan development; 5. Demonstrate an understanding of the cognitive areas of memory, learning, and thought and language; and 6. Demonstrate an understanding of the socio-cultural areas of social psychology, personality, and psychological health and disorders.

PSY 101 Gen Psychology (3) PSY 316 Social Psychology (3) PSY 345 Health Psychology (3) PSY 401 Theories Persnality (3) PSY 402/502 Learning (3) PSY 403/503 Cogn Psych (3) PSY 405 Exp Psych (3) PSY 406/506 Death & Dying (3) PSY 410 Psych Sm Groups (3) PSY 415/515 Hum Sexuality (3) PSY 435 Ind/Organiz Psych (3) PSY 440/540 Psychopharm (3) PSY 444 Topics in PSY (3) PSY 450/550 Abnorm Psych (3) PSY 460/560 Phys Psych (3) PSY 470/570 History & Sys(3)

H. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the concepts, principles, and processes of inquiry in anthropology, and be able to apply them, including being able to: 1. Demonstrate an understanding of and be able to explain the historical development of the principal theories of anthropology; 2. Demonstrate an understanding of and be able to explain the key concepts of anthropology, including evolution, race, culture, worldview, and adaptive strategies; 3. Recognize and demonstrate the diversity of views and beliefs that explain the world; 4, Utilize the research methodology and ethics of data collection and analysis of each of the four subfields (physical, cultural, linguistics, and archaeology); 5. Apply the four subfields of anthropology to communities; 6. Define and explain the concepts and theories of physical anthropology; 7. Define and explain the concepts and theories of cultural anthropology; 8. Define and explain the concepts and theories of anthropological linguistics; and 9. Define and explain the concepts and theories of archaeology.

SOC 110 Intro Anthropology (3) SOC 340 Psychologic Anthr (3) SOC 345 Multicultural Amer (3) SOC 350 Religion & Culture (3) SOC 355 Hum Populations (3) SOC 445 Ethnic Studies (3) SOC 465/565 People & Cultures of the Middle East (3)

I. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the concepts, principles, and processes of inquiry in sociology, and be able to apply them, including being able to: 1. Recognize the relationship between historical social conditions and the development of sociological thought; 2. Analyze and describe strengths and weaknesses of major research methods used in sociology; 3. Recognize the relationship between culture and the individual, and the process of socialization; 4. Demonstrate an understanding of the different aspects of culture and cultural diversity;

SOC 101 Intro Sociology (3) SOC 200 Soc of Deviance (3) SOC 220 Social Problems (3) SOC 315 Rural Sociology (3) SOC 320 Social Welfare (3) SOC 410 Community (3) SOC 415/515 The Family (3) SOC 420 Environmental Soc (3) SOC 444 Topics in SOC (3) SOC 460/560 Soc Strat (3)

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5. Demonstrate knowledge and an understanding of social inequalities of race, class, and gender; 6. Recognize the institutional structure of society and how interrelated institutions order the lives of individuals; and 7, Recognize the nature of social change, including globalization, and analyze its effects on societies, communities, and the individual.

SOC 480/580 Social Theory (3) SOC 488 Soc Senior Sem (3)

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