The following strands from the Georgia Core Curriculum Standards for the
Social Studies (1999) are addressed in Odyssey Online.
6: Geography and World Cultures
9-12: World History
Grade 6: Geography and World Cultures
#9 Regions: Outlines the important historical developments of the Americas,
Europe and Oceania.
#13 Cultural Diversity: Assesses the cultural expressions of art, music and
#14 Social Institutions: Explains how social institutions influence the attitudes
and behavior of people.
#18 Location: Identifies and locates regions in the Americas, Europe and Oceania.
#24 Ethnic Groups: Identifies various ethnic groups found in the regions of
the Americas, Europe and Oceania and describes the impact on the development
of the selected regions by these groups (e.g., linguistic patterns and cultural
#26 Economic Activity: Explains how people in all economic systems engage in
certain basic economic activities.
#27 Historical development: Outlines the important historical developments of
the regions of the Americas, Europe and Oceania and demonstrates how geographic
factors have influenced events and conditions in the past.
#29 Social and Cultural Diversity: Categorizes the important social and cultural
developments of the Americas, Europe and Oceania.
#32 Social Institutions: Explains how the social institutions influence the
attitudes and behavior of people.
#35 Technological Advancements: Describes how major technological advancements
have contributed to the standard of living of each region and how this affects
access to, and use of, resources.
#37 Information Processing: Analyzes artifacts.
#40 Information Processing: Analyzes information from two or more sources for
agreements, contradictions, facts and opinions.
Grades 9-12: World History
#2 Civilization, Cultural Development, Continuity and Change: Identifies and
discusses the characteristics and contributions of the early civilizations of
the Middle East and Africa.
#3 Cultural Development, Individuals and History: Identifies the characteristics
of the classical civilizations in China, India, Greece and Rome.
#7 Civilization, Cultural Development, Continuity and Change: Analyzes the religious,
political and economic systems, and cultural contributions of Sub-Saharan Africa.
#18 Imperialism, Individuals and History: Traces the spread of imperialism
into Asia and Africa.