High School Curriculum

General Support Materials

Strategies Cornucopia

  • Strategies to be adapted to any social studies lesson.  Strategies include: guiding students into, through, and beyond a source, lesson openers, helping students organize their thinking, and assessment strategies.

Office of the Citizen Document

  • Outlines connection between historical thinking, media literacy, and civil discourse.  Definitions and strategies are outlined within the document.

Lesson Plan Glossary

  • Get your guide to all the LPS Social Studies terminology here.

Curriculum Guides and Subject-Specific Support Materials

The following high school courses meet Lincoln Public Schools graduation requirements and are offered at all six high schools.  Our curriculum guides are continually updated with new resources and lesson plans for teachers.  We also offer many AP and elective course offerings.  Please consult department chairs at individual schools for information about additional course offerings.

Government and Politics

  • Curriculum Guide
    • Links to supporting materials, inquiry lessons, and assessments are maintained within the curriculum guide.

Economics

  • Curriculum Guide
    • Links to supporting materials, inquiry lessons, and assessments are maintained within the curriculum guide.

Psychology

  • Curriculum Guide
    • Links to supporting materials, inquiry lessons, and assessments are maintained within the curriculum guide.

US History

  • Curriculum Guide
    • Links to supporting materials, inquiry lessons, and assessments are maintained within the curriculum guide.

World History

  • Curriculum Guide
    • Links to supporting materials, inquiry lessons, and assessments are maintained within the curriculum guide.

Civics

  • Curriculum Guide
    • Links to supporting materials, inquiry lessons, and assessments are maintained within the curriculum guide.

Geography

  • Curriculum Guide
    • Links to supporting materials, inquiry lessons, and assessments are maintained within the curriculum guide.

Electives

Feedback

Every teacher is encouraged to leave feedback at their grade level.  Feedback will be used to help guide future curriculum work.  The feedback form is linked at the top of many inquiry lessons, but you can also access it at THIS LINK.