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Regents Level Social Studies

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Regents Level Social Studies

 

Core Curriculum Documents

 

Global History and Geography Regents Examinations

 

US History and Government Regents Examinations 

 


 NEWS/RESOURCES

 

Our Courts: 21st Century Civics

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Important Scoring Notice Affecting Social Studies Regents Examinations

In order to make the Regents level social studies scoring materials easier to use, the Rating Guides for the Regents examinations in Global History and Geography and United States History and Government have each been split into two volumes, beginning with the August 2008 administration.

Volume 1 for each examination contains the scoring key for Part I (multiple-choice questions) and Rating Guide for Part II (thematic essay). Volume 2 contains the Rating Guide for Part III A (scaffold questions) and Part III B (document-based essay question).

The Department welcomes your reaction to this change by e-mailing your comments to the Office of State Assessment at emscassessinfo@mail.nysed.gov.

 

 

United States Senate Youth Program

 

Each year the William Randolph Hearst Foundation sponsors a scholarship for two student leaders from each state and the District of Columbia to visit Washington, D.C. (all expenses paid), as guests of the Hearst Foundation and a $5,000 college scholarship for undergraduate studies at an accredited United States university or college. During the visit to Washington, D.C., students engage in a series of seminars and briefings with Senators and members of the House of Representatives and meet with officials from the executive and judicial branches of government.

Further information regarding this scholarship, including a full description of the program and an application form, can be downloaded at http://www.emsc.nysed.gov/ciai/socst/senateyouth.html

 

 

Which Students May Be Admitted to the January Social Studies Regents Examinations?

 

All students must complete their course of study before they are entitled to take a social studies Regents examination. Therefore, students who are completing their course of study in January or who have completed the course, albeit unsuccessfully, in a previous school year may take a social studies Regents examination in January. Schools may not administer January Regents Examinations to classes of students who are enrolled in a full year social studies course of study in Global History and Geography or U.S. History and Government.

For complete information, please see http://www.emsc.nysed.gov/ciai/socst/ssfaq.html#fourth

 

 

 


Summary of DBQ/Thematic Essay Prompts

 

Global History and Geography DBQ Prompts 2003-2005.doc

Global History and Geography Thematic Prompts 2003-2005.doc

 

Global_History_and_Geography_DBQ_Prompts_2006-present[1].doc 

Global_History_and_Geography_Thematic_Essay_Prompts_2006-present[1].doc  

 

Thematic/DBQ Scoring Rubrics for Analytical Classroom Scoring

New York State DBQ rubric analytically.doc

New York State Thematic Rubric analytically.doc

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