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Ancient History, Grade 6  

In Sixth Grade students look at present times through Ancient History. Through directed units of inquiry, students learn the major theme of social studies: People, places, environments, culture, global connections, continuity and change. The year picks up where Fifth Grade ended, studying the rise and fall of Ancient Rome, then continues study of the Middle Ages, the Renaissance Period, the Age of Enlightenment and the Age of Exploration. Etymology is also incorporated as a yearlong vocabulary study focused on the use of Latin Morphemes. 

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