Social studies

cross-disciplinary study of the social sciences and humanities taught in schools
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Social studies is the name of a course or set of courses taught in primary and secondary schools or elementary, middle, and high schools, but is also sometimes the study of parts of human society at tertiary schools around the world.

At primary school, social studies is usually about the local community and family. By middle and high school, social studies includes many subjects about past and current human behavior and interactions. Usually, social studies taught in middle and high school is in the form of history, civics, economics and geography.

Social studies is a little different than social science, though many of the social sciences are covered in social studies.

The meaning of social studies is taken by understanding and the observing of the Great thinkers and scholars therefore teachers who teach social studies provide and understanding and acquisition of knowledge to learn as by giving them the full knowledge of the world they live in and in this provide an understanding of social and cultural Dynamics that shape and the influence human behaviour institution and norms