Moore County's Resources page

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Social Studies Resources K-12

The resources listed here are intended to help teachers address content information. Resources should be reviewed by teachers to determine age and grade appropriateness as well as for alignment to the North Carolina Essential Standards. If you have websites or resources that you would like to be added to this page, please contact me at dfey@ncmcs.org.


NC DPI Social Studies Site

A wealth of information and resources for implementing the NC Essential Standards in Social Studies.

Social Studies Resources K-5

Social Studies Resources 6-8

  • The Stock Market Game: a great interactive way to teach students about investing and the stock market.
  • North Carolina Society of the Cincinnati: This organization provides a video and additional resources for teaching North Carolina's role in the American Revolution.
  • Reading Like a Historian: Lessons designed by the Stanford History Education Group which are centered around historical investigative skills and primary sources (World History and US History lessons available)
  • Facing History and Ourselves: Lessons to help students learn about racism, antisemitism and prejudice so they can prevent it from happening in the future.
  • C3teachers.org Website with great inquiry lessons for use in social studies classrooms
  • Discovery Education Link to the Social Studies Techbook and Discovery Education Streaming Resources. Login with your Moore County schools account using the Google Single Sign-on

Social Studies Resources 9-12

  • C3teachers.org Website with great inquiry lessons for use in social studies classrooms

World History Resources

  • Life in Mesopotamia: This site contains a broad overview of life and culture in the ancient Mesopotamian city-states.
  • Feudal Japan: This website takes you through some key features of medieval era Japanese society and culture.
  • A Multi-Media History of World War One: This website provides hundreds of resources and topics for developing content knowledge relating to World War One.
  • Terrorism in History: This digital history site provides a quality overview of the history of terrorism since the 19th century.
  • Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: This is a classroom usable sourcebook of copy-permitted material for Ancient history and civilization courses.
  • Internet Medieval History Sourcebook: This is a classroom usable sourcebook of copy-permitted material for studying the Middle Ages, including Byzantine civilization.
  • Internet Modern History Sourcebook:This is a classroom usable sourcebook of copy-permitted material for studying the Modern Era, including North America and Latin America.
  • Reading Like a Historian: Lessons designed by the Stanford History Education Group which are centered around historical investigative skills and primary sources (World History and US History lessons available)
  • Facing History and Ourselves: Lessons to help students learn about racism, antisemitism and prejudice so they can prevent it from happening in the future.

American History 1 and 2

  • Teaching American History: This site provides resources and virtual museums relating to the American Revolution.
  • The Library of Congress for Teachers: Lessons, resources, and other tools provided through the Library of Congress.
  • Reading Like a Historian: Lessons designed by the Stanford History Education Group which are centered around historical investigative skills and primary sources (World History and US History lessons available)
  • Facing History and Ourselves: Lessons to help students learn about racism, antisemitism and prejudice so they can prevent it from happening in the future.
  • Historical Thinking Matters: provides lessons on teaching students to critically read primary sources and critique and construct historical narratives

Civics and Economics

NC Final Exams This webpage contains information about the North Carolina Final Exams including the test specifications and released test items.

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