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1 Graduate Program Audit Form C Subject Area Audit for HISTORY Student s Name Student s ID Number This audit should accompany FORM A (blue undergraduate liberal arts audit) and FORM B (yellow graduatelevel secondary education audit). After the adviser has approved all three audit forms, they should be sent to the Director of Teacher Education in the Department of Teaching and Learning for departmental approval. From the department, the audits will go to the Director of Teacher Licensure (301 Wyatt Center) for final processing. Audit forms then will be copied and sent to the student and adviser. HISTORY (Grades 7-12) ENDORSEMENT (Teaching social studies in grades 7 and 8 is included in the endorsement.) Social studies teachers will major in one of the following: A. A major in a single social science. B. A major in a single social science plus a minor, leading to dual endorsement. C. An interdisciplinary major in social science that includes the equivalent of a minor in two social sciences leading to dual endorsement. D. A cross-disciplinary major, including a social science and another appropriate, related discipline, such as history and a world language. CONTENT MAJOR (Indicate content major) A. Single Social Science B. Single Social Science plus Minor (for dual endorsement) C. Interdisciplinary Major in Social Science D. Cross-disciplinary Major in Social Science including a related discipline (i.e. history major and world language) CONCENTRATION AREA(S) (Identify areas of concentration with numbers of credits:) (A concentration is a single discipline with at least 12 credit hours) Concentration Area(s) Total Credit Hours

2 The teacher of history will possess the knowledge and skills in the social studies core and be able to organize and provide instruction at the appropriate school level for the study of history: Provide evidence (in the space provided) that each knowledge and skill standard has been met: HISTORY A. Examine the concept of change over time with the ability to relate past to present B. Investigate the major events and movements in history including American, Western and Non-Western, the turning points of historical development, and their relationship to the present C. Apply the techniques of historical interpretation including cause and effect, major trends, and quantitative and non-quantitative analysis D. Explore the interaction among peoples of different races and cultures and how such interaction has shaped United States and world history E. Formulate a content balance between broad themes in United States and world history and specific historical events, ideas, movements, persons, and documents F. Investigate, interpret, and analyze multiple historical and contemporary viewpoints (perspectives) within recurring dilemmas, and persistent issues, while employing empathy, skepticism, and critical judgment SOCIAL STUDIES CORE A. Demonstrate the basic processes of the social sciences by posing questions, investigating, interpreting findings, communicating results, and making judgments based on the evidence B. Explain the historical development of the United States in the following spheres of human activity: social, political, scientific and technological, economic, and cultural (philosophical religious, and aesthetic) C. Explore critical eras in the historical development of the world in the following spheres of human activity: social, political, scientific and technological, economic, and cultural (philosophical, religious, and aesthetic) D. Examine and explain the influence of geographic characteristics, including climate, physical features, and natural resources on the world s major societies and cultures E. Analyze the context of current events from both historical and international perspectives and connect modern trends to past events F. Evaluate the interrelationships among the social sciences and between the social sciences and the humanities G. Infuse into the curriculum a wide variety of materials as well as human and technological resources, including primary documents and artifacts, texts, maps, graphs, charts, and other resources H. Understand peoples of other races and cultures and show respect for human diversity and for students varied talents and perspectives COMMENTS: DEFICIENCIES: ADVISER APPROVAL: Date

3 Graduate Program Audit Form C Subject Area Audit for Government Student s Name Student s ID Number This audit should accompany FORM A (blue undergraduate liberal arts audit) and FORM B (yellow graduatelevel secondary education audit). After the adviser has approved all three audit forms, they should be sent to the Director of Teacher Education in the Department of Teaching and Learning for departmental approval. From the department, the audits will go to the Director of Teacher Licensure (301 Wyatt Center) for final processing. Audit forms then will be copied and sent to the student and adviser. GOVERNMENT (Grades 7-12) ENDORSEMENT (Teaching social studies in grades 7 and 8 is included in the endorsement.) Social studies teachers will major in one of the following: A. A major in a single social science. B. A major in a single social science plus a minor, leading to dual endorsement. C. An interdisciplinary major in social science that includes the equivalent of a minor in two social sciences leading to dual endorsement. D. A cross-disciplinary major, including a social science and another appropriate, related discipline, such as history and a world language. CONTENT MAJOR (Indicate content major) A. Single Social Science B. Single Social Science plus Minor (for dual endorsement) C. Interdisciplinary Major in Social Science D. Cross-disciplinary Major in Social Science including a related discipline (i.e. history major and world language) CONCENTRATION AREA(S) (Identify areas of concentration with numbers of credits:) (A concentration is a single discipline with at least 12 credit hours) Concentration Area(s) Total Credit Hours

4 The teacher of government will possess the knowledge and skills in the social studies core and be able to organize and provide instruction at the appropriate school level for the study of government. The following knowledge and skills must be established: On the line for each item, provide evidence of meeting the knowledge and skills stated. GOVERNMENT A. Explain constitutional principles, including federalism, separation of powers, and individual rights and how these principles are embedded in the American political system B. Examine the American political process including the electoral system, the role of political parties, the executive and legislative processes, and the role and function of the courts C. Analyze the roles of the citizen in American democracy, define the rights and responsibilities of citizens, and evaluate the impact of participatory citizenship on government at all levels D. Investigate the world s major forms of government and how different forms of government view the role of the individual E. Explore the development of United States foreign policy and how domestic politics and constitutional principles affect international relations SOCIAL STUDIES CORE A. Demonstrate the basic processes of the social sciences by posing questions, investigating, interpreting findings, communicating results, and making judgments based on the evidence B. Explain the historical development of the United States in the following spheres of human activity: social, political, scientific and technological, economic, and cultural (philosophical religious, and aesthetic) C. Explore critical eras in the historical development of the world in the following spheres of human activity: social, political, scientific and technological, economic, and cultural (philosophical, religious, and aesthetic) D. Examine and explain the influence of geographic characteristics, including climate, physical features, and natural resources on the world s major societies and cultures E. Analyze the context of current events from both historical and international perspectives and connect modern trends to past events F. Evaluate the interrelationships among the social sciences and between the social sciences and the humanities G. Infuse into the curriculum a wide variety of materials as well as human and technological resources, including primary documents and artifacts, texts, maps, graphs, charts, and other resources H. Understand peoples of other races and cultures and show respect for human diversity and for students varied talents and perspectives COMMENTS: DEFICIENCIES: ADVISER APPROVAL:

5 Date Graduate Program Audit Form C Subject Area Audit for ECONOMICS Student s Name Student s ID Number This audit should accompany FORM A (blue undergraduate liberal arts audit) and FORM B (yellow graduatelevel secondary education audit). After the adviser has approved all three audit forms, they should be sent to the Director of Teacher Education in the Department of Teaching and Learning for departmental approval. From the department, the audits will go to the Director of Teacher Licensure (301 Wyatt Center) for final processing. Audit forms then will be copied and sent to the student and adviser. ECONOMICS (Grades 7-12) ENDORSEMENT (Teaching social studies in grades 7 and 8 is included in the endorsement.) Social studies teachers will major in one of the following: A. A major in a single social science. B. A major in a single social science plus a minor, leading to dual endorsement. C. An interdisciplinary major in social science that includes the equivalent of a minor in two social sciences leading to dual endorsement. D. A cross-disciplinary major, including a social science and another appropriate, related discipline, such as history and a world language. CONTENT MAJOR (Indicate content major) A. Single Social Science B. Single Social Science plus Minor (for dual endorsement) C. Interdisciplinary Major in Social Science D. Cross-disciplinary Major in Social Science including a related discipline (i.e. history major and world language) CONCENTRATION AREA(S) (Identify areas of concentration with numbers of credits:) (A concentration is a single discipline with at least 12 credit hours) Concentration Area(s) Total Credit Hours

6 The teacher of economics will possess the knowledge and skills in the social studies core and be able to organize and provide instruction at the appropriate school level for the study of economics. The following knowledge and skills must be established: On the line for each item, provide evidence of meeting the knowledge and skills stated. ECONOMICS A. Apply economic reasoning when evaluating historical and contemporary issues B. Define the concepts of scarcity, opportunity cost, and trade-offs and how they affect individuals and nations C. Compare and contrast the world s economic systems and how these systems make decisions about distribution and production D. Explain the interaction of supply and demand and their impact on markets and prices E. Evaluate the role of government in our society with respect to monetary and fiscal policy and the impact government actions have on individuals, groups, and the society at large F. Know about the various institutions that contribute to economic policy decisions G. Identify the economic factors that determine the amount of goods and services produced and consumed, the number of workers employed, and the standard of living H. Explain what is meant by the internationalization of the American economy I. Use measurement concept sand methods such as tables, charts, graphs, and ratios to explain economic phenomena SOCIAL STUDIES CORE A. Demonstrate the basic processes of the social sciences by posing questions, investigating, interpreting findings, communicating results, and making judgments based on the evidence B. Explain the historical development of the United States in the following spheres of human activity: social, political, scientific and technological, economic, and cultural (philosophical religious, and aesthetic) C. Explore critical eras in the historical development of the world in the following spheres of human activity: social, political, scientific and technological, economic, and cultural (philosophical, religious, and aesthetic) D. Examine and explain the influence of geographic characteristics, including climate, physical features, and natural resources on the world s major societies and cultures E. Analyze the context of current events from both historical and international perspectives and connect modern trends to past events F. Evaluate the interrelationships among the social sciences and between the social sciences and the humanities G. Infuse into the curriculum a wide variety of materials as well as human and technological resources, including primary documents and artifacts, texts, maps, graphs, charts, and other resources H. Understand peoples of other races and cultures and show respect for human diversity and for students varied talents and perspectives COMMENTS: DEFICIENCIES: ADVISER APPROVAL: Date

7 Graduate Program Audit Form C Subject Area Audit for GEOGRAPHY Student s Name Student s ID Number This audit should accompany FORM A (blue undergraduate liberal arts audit) and FORM B (yellow graduatelevel secondary education audit). After the adviser has approved all three audit forms, they should be sent to the Director of Teacher Education in the Department of Teaching and Learning for departmental approval. From the department, the audits will go to the Director of Teacher Licensure (301 Wyatt Center) for final processing. Audit forms then will be copied and sent to the student and adviser. GEOGRAPHY (Grades 7-12) ENDORSEMENT (Teaching social studies in grades 7 and 8 is included in the endorsement.) Social studies teachers will major in one of the following: A. A major in a single social science. B. A major in a single social science plus a minor, leading to dual endorsement. C. An interdisciplinary major in social science that includes the equivalent of a minor in two social sciences leading to dual endorsement. D. A cross-disciplinary major, including a social science and another appropriate, related discipline, such as history and a world language. CONTENT MAJOR (Indicate content major) A. Single Social Science B. Single Social Science plus Minor (for dual endorsement) C. Interdisciplinary Major in Social Science D. Cross-disciplinary Major in Social Science including a related discipline (i.e. history major and world language) CONCENTRATION AREA(S) (Identify areas of concentration with numbers of credits:) (A concentration is a single discipline with at least 12 credit hours) Concentration Area(s) Total Credit Hours

8 The teacher of geography will possess the knowledge and skills in the social studies core and be able to organize and provide instruction at the appropriate level for the study of geography. GEOGRAPHY: A. Describe and evaluate the influence of climate, physical features, natural resources, and variations in land forms upon the growth and development of an area. B. Interpret and analyze both global and regional aspects of the world s major cultures, economies, and political systems. C. Analyze and explain the relationship between population distribution and selected attributes of population, such as growth, levels of economic well-being and urbanization. D. Evaluate the use of resources and their impact on economic activities such as manufacturing, agriculture, mining, and service industries. E. Understand and explain how human activities are influenced by the natural environment, and how the natural environment, in turn, is affected by human activities. F. Apply geographical concepts to interpret the past and present and plan for the future. G. Analyze contemporary issues as they relate to the earth s physical and human systems. H. Use modern educational and other technologies, such as Geographic Information Systems, for analyzing and interpreting geographic phenomena, including transformation of statistical data into maps, graphs, and other tools. I. Acquire geographic skills appropriate to lifelong learning, citizenship responsibilities, and employment opportunities. J. Analyze and apply spatial perspective employing the five themes of geography: movement, region, human environment interaction, place, location. SOCIAL STUDIES CORE A. Demonstrate the basic processes of the social sciences by posing questions, investigating, interpreting findings, communicating results, and making judgments based on the evidence B. Explain the historical development of the United States in the following spheres of human activity: social, political, scientific and technological, economic, and cultural (philosophical religious, and aesthetic) C. Explore critical eras in the historical development of the world in the following spheres of human activity: social, political, scientific and technological, economic, and cultural (philosophical, religious, and aesthetic) D. Examine and explain the influence of geographic characteristics, including climate, physical features, and natural resources on the world s major societies and cultures E. Analyze the context of current events from both historical and international perspectives and connect modern trends to past events F. Evaluate the interrelationships among the social sciences and between the social sciences and the humanities G. Infuse into the curriculum a wide variety of materials as well as human and technological resources, including primary documents and artifacts, texts, maps, graphs, charts, and other resources H. Understand peoples of other races and cultures and show respect for human diversity and for students varied talents and perspectives COMMENTS: DEFICIENCIES: ADVISER APPROVAL: (Date)

9 Graduate Program Audit Form C Subject Area Audit for PSYCHOLOGY Student s Name Student s ID Number This audit should accompany FORM A (blue undergraduate liberal arts audit) and FORM B (yellow graduatelevel secondary education audit). After the adviser has approved all three audit forms, they should be sent to the Director of Teacher Education in the Department of Teaching and Learning for departmental approval. From the department, the audits will go to the Director of Teacher Licensure (301 Wyatt Center) for final processing. Audit forms then will be copied and sent to the student and adviser. PSYCHOLOGY (Grades 7-12) ENDORSEMENT (Teaching social studies in grades 7 and 8 is included in the endorsement.) Social studies teachers will major in one of the following: A. A major in a single social science. B. A major in a single social science plus a minor, leading to dual endorsement. C. An interdisciplinary major in social science that includes the equivalent of a minor in two social sciences leading to dual endorsement. D. A cross-disciplinary major, including a social science and another appropriate, related discipline, such as history and a world language. CONTENT MAJOR (Indicate content major) A. Single Social Science B. Single Social Science plus Minor (for dual endorsement) C. Interdisciplinary Major in Social Science D. Cross-disciplinary Major in Social Science including a related discipline (i.e. history major and world language) CONCENTRATION AREA(S) (Identify areas of concentration with numbers of credits:) (A concentration is a single discipline with at least 12 credit hours) Concentration Area(s) Total Credit Hours

10 The teacher of psychology will possess the knowledge and skills and be able to organize and provide instruction at the appropriate school level for the study of psychology. The following knowledge and skills must be established: On the line for each item, provide evidence of meeting the knowledge and skills stated. PSYCHOLOGY A. Understand child and adult development (lifespan) including cognition and learning, physiological development, and social and personality development B. Identify normal and abnormal developmental patterns C. Explain psychological concepts of sensation, perception, consciousness, motivation, and emotion D. Examine the history and major theoretical concepts of psychology E. Relate psychological knowledge to everyday experiences and other disciplines F. Identify ethical issues in psychological research G. Apply appropriate research methods in psychological research H. Examine the impact of ethnic, national, and other cultural influences on human behavior SOCIAL STUDIES CORE A. Demonstrate the basic processes of the social sciences by posing questions, investigating, interpreting findings, communicating results, and making judgments based on the evidence B. Explain the historical development of the United States in the following spheres of human activity: social, political, scientific and technological, economic, and cultural (philosophical religious, and aesthetic) C. Explore critical eras in the historical development of the world in the following spheres of human activity: social, political, scientific and technological, economic, and cultural (philosophical, religious, and aesthetic) D. Examine and explain the influence of geographic characteristics, including climate, physical features, and natural resources on the world s major societies and cultures E. Analyze the context of current events from both historical and international perspectives and connect modern trends to past events F. Evaluate the interrelationships among the social sciences and between the social sciences and the humanities G. Infuse into the curriculum a wide variety of materials as well as human and technological resources, including primary documents and artifacts, texts, maps, graphs, charts, and other resources H. Understand peoples of other races and cultures and show respect for human diversity and for students varied talents and perspectives COMMENTS: DEFICIENCIES: ADVISER APPROVAL: Date

11 Graduate Program Audit Form C Subject Area Audit for SOCIOLOGY Student s Name Student s ID Number This audit should accompany FORM A (blue undergraduate liberal arts audit) and FORM B (yellow graduatelevel secondary education audit). After the adviser has approved all three audit forms, they should be sent to the Director of Teacher Education in the Department of Teaching and Learning for departmental approval. From the department, the audits will go to the Director of Teacher Licensure (301 Wyatt Center) for final processing. Audit forms then will be copied and sent to the student and adviser. SOCIOLOGY (Grades 7-12) ENDORSEMENT (Teaching social studies in grades 7 and 8 is included in the endorsement.) Social studies teachers will major in one of the following: A. A major in a single social science. B. A major in a single social science plus a minor, leading to dual endorsement. C. An interdisciplinary major in social science that includes the equivalent of a minor in two social sciences leading to dual endorsement. D. A cross-disciplinary major, including a social science and another appropriate, related discipline, such as history and a world language. CONTENT MAJOR (Indicate content major) A. Single Social Science B. Single Social Science plus Minor (for dual endorsement) C. Interdisciplinary Major in Social Science D. Cross-disciplinary Major in Social Science including a related discipline (i.e. history major and world language) CONCENTRATION AREA(S) (Identify areas of concentration with numbers of credits:) (A concentration is a single discipline with at least 12 credit hours) Concentration Area(s) Total Credit Hours

12 The teacher of sociology will possess the knowledge and skills and be able to organize and provide instruction at the appropriate school level for the study of sociology. The following knowledge and skills must be established: On the line for each item, provide evidence of meeting the knowledge and skills stated. SOCIOLOGY A. Explain the concepts of group behavior, socialization, social stratification, and demographic change B. Examine the impact of cultural influences on the behavior of individuals and groups C. Identify the origins of social problems and explain how these problems currently influence the structure of society D. Identify how the enforcement of societal norms influences the structure of society SOCIAL STUDIES CORE A. Demonstrate the basic processes of the social sciences by posing questions, investigating, interpreting findings, communicating results, and making judgments based on the evidence B. Explain the historical development of the United States in the following spheres of human activity: social, political, scientific and technological, economic, and cultural (philosophical religious, and aesthetic) C. Explore critical eras in the historical development of the world in the following spheres of human activity: social, political, scientific and technological, economic, and cultural (philosophical, religious, and aesthetic) D. Examine and explain the influence of geographic characteristics, including climate, physical features, and natural resources on the world s major societies and cultures E. Analyze the context of current events from both historical and international perspectives and connect modern trends to past events F. Evaluate the interrelationships among the social sciences and between the social sciences and the humanities G. Infuse into the curriculum a wide variety of materials as well as human and technological resources, including primary documents and artifacts, texts, maps, graphs, charts, and other resources H. Understand peoples of other races and cultures and show respect for human diversity and for students varied talents and perspectives COMMENTS: DEFICIENCIES: ADVISER APPROVAL: Date!

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