Social Studies Resources
Curated by Knovation's Curriculum Specialists
Below are a few sample Social Studies learning resources from our Content Collection.
Each listing includes certain metadata that describes the resource and aligns it for use in the classroom.
Created to teach students of the 21st century, SOPHIA is bringing the holocaust and the concepts of genocide straight to your fingertips. Become the commander of your own learning experiences as you take part in this remarkable interactive lesson.
The Holocaust was the murder of six million Jews and millions of others by the Nazis and their collaborators during World War II. Discover the Holocaust here throughout this haunting museum of remembrance.
A well-organized website that contains survivor testimonies as well as information on the background of the Holocaust. Activities and information for teachers are also included.
Could actions of the Allies have prevented the Holocaust or limited the destruction of six million Jews and five million other innocent civilians?
The Holocaust was the state-sponsored, systematic persecution and annihilation of European Jewry by Nazi Germany and its collaborators, between 1933 and 1945. Jews were the primary victims - six million were murdered. Roma (Gypsies), physically and mentally disabled people and Poles were also tar...
This is a historical music video, Rosie the Riveter, written by Redd Evans and John Jacob Loeb and performed by the Four Vagabonds. It was written in 1943 to depict the women who made war materials on factory assembly lines during World War II. It features the Westinghouse poster <...
This learning module focuses on the sinking of the Titanic as it was traveling from Queenstown to New York City through waters known as Iceberg Alley on April 14, 1912. Undelivered messages, half-filled lifeboats, and poor management resulted in the deaths of 1492 people. Check out the links p...
This unit explores the cultural, economic, and political environment of post-war America until the end of the Cold War in the late 1980's. The unit includes two themes which are broad and good for students who are being exposed to the subjects for the first time.
An introduction to the economic concept of tragedy of the commons, a dilemma that develops when a group holds a limited resource in common. [1 min, 51 sec]
Political scientist James Fowler makes the connection between smiling profile pictures on Facebook and human evolution. [2 min, 32 sec]
Hank and his brother John discuss heredity via the gross example of relative ear wax moistness. [10 min. 18 sec.