Washington, DC - Capital Sites

  • SOC-940
  • 3  Credits
  • Online
  • 4.90 out of 5 stars
    4.90/5.00

The names are heard every night on the news: the White House, the Pentagon, and Capitol Hill. We watch programs with the Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial or Washington Monument as backdrops. Articles are read from the Smithsonian, National Geographic, and the Library of Congress. There is no other place in this country that directly affects every citizen, as does Washington, D.C. No matter the curricular area, our capital will provide the educator abundant materials with which to approach most academic areas and to have the chance to adapt the treasures of our nation's capital to his or her own classroom. Travel to and experience the political, cultural, and social environment our capital offers.

NOTE: Required textbook must be acquired separately.

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