Your life experiences have prepared you for the study of sociology. By observing and interacting with the environment around
you and by reading about the environment, you have already gained some sense of how people typically behave and how
societies are organized. This common-sense knowledge is the starting point for a course in sociology. Studying sociology is
designed to raise awareness and understanding concerning societal issues and misconceptions. Sociology is a perspective from
which we observe and question the world around us.
Grades: 11, 12
Semester: 1/2 credit