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Student Resources

At CCS Online we know students often need various resources in addition to assistance from their teachers. Current students can locate a subject below and find valuable information and tools for academic assistance at any grade level.

As an additional resource, the CCS Library – Online has been made available to our students.
Click to access the CCS Library – Online. To access EBSCO databases (including dictionaries and literary references), please ask your teacher or administrator for the login and password.

 

Elementary Courses Grades 3-6

Bible Courses Grades 7-12

Below is information for the 7th to 12th grade Bible courses.
Welcome Video – Mrs. Brock

How to Cite Bible Works

Bible 8

Unit 8 – CHOICES

Assignment 1 – “Personal Choices: Knowing what to do

Bible 9 – New Testament Survey

Unit 9 – GOD’S WILL FOR YOUR LIFE

Assignment 4 – “The Need for Goals”

Bible 11 – Bible Doctrine

Unit 3 – ROMANS PART II

Assignment 6 – Conduct

Bible 12 – Christian Faith and Living

Unit 3 – CHOOSING A MINISTRY

Assignment 8: Project – “Resume”


English Courses Grades 7-12

Below is information for the 7th to 12th grade English courses.

Introduction Video – Mrs. Spear
Citation of Sources
Click Here for English Course Resources


History Courses Grades 7-12

Below is information for the 7th to 12th grade History courses.
Introduction Video – Mrs. Keeney Password: Cornerstone

History 7

Unit 8 – POLITICAL SCIENCE

Assignment 11: Essay – Western Political Thought

History 8

Unit 2 – THE COLONIZATION OF AMERICA

Assignment 10: Report – Original Thirteen Colonies

Unit 3 – WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE

Assignment 15: Report – Battle of Saratoga

American History

Unit 2 – DEVELOPMENT OF CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT

Constitution Video/Phone Call Project
Please download the following viewing guide to use while watching the videos.

Unit 3 – NATIONAL EXPANSION

Assignment 9: Essay – Foreign Policy

Unit 4 – A NATION DIVIDED

Assignment 6: Essay – Lincoln/Douglas Debates

  • Lincoln/Douglas Debate Resources
    This site has lots of extra resources straight from the time period, the original debate text, commentaries and newspaper articles from back then, lots of good stuff! Look at the links along the left side.
  • More Lincoln/Douglas Debate Resources
    This one has all kinds of stuff about the debates and it’s written in a way that’s pretty easy to understand.

Assignment 12: Report – Slave Codes

Unit 6 – UNITED STATES INVOLVEMENT AT HOME AND ABROAD

Assignment 8: Seward’s Proposal Project

  • Short Description of the Purchase/Treaty and How it Happened
  • The Purchase of Alaska
    This is from the US Dept. of State’s website. They tell how the purchase went down and why the Russians wanted the US to have the land, and not the British. The last paragraph here is interesting because it talks about what happened after the purchase: we didn’t do much with it at all for a very long time!
  • Reconstruction – Purchase of Alaska
    This one if my favorites. It’s from the Library of Congress and it talks about how people at the time viewed Alaska. It also mentions the ways that Alaska has been one of our best investments. Best of all, this webpage is made for students, so it’s VERY easy to understand!

Unit 7 – THE SEARCH FOR PEACE

Assignment 8: Phone Call/Essay Foreign Policy

World History

Unit 1 – ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS I

Assignment 18: Project – Israel Phone Call Project

Unit 2 – ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS II

Assignment 14: Project – Rise of Christianity

  • Roman Religion
    For this listing, scroll down to see the sections on Christianity starting with “The Beginnings of Christianity”
  • The Early Christians
    This discusses the history of Christian persecution in Rome

Unit 5 – GROWTH OF WORLD EMPIRES

Assignment 4: Versailles Report

  • Versailles Palace
    This is a site for people planning to visit the palace, but it’s still full of good information and some good pictures of the palace.
  • Palace of Versailles – HowStuffWorks
    This one has a good summary of information and links to more pictures of the palace. It’s a pretty amazing place.

Unit 6 – THE AGE OF REVOLUTION (UNIT 1 SEMESTER 2)

Assignment 9: Constitution Project

Assignment 14: Napoleon and Modern Society Project

Unit 8 – TWO WORLD WARS (UNIT 3 SEMESTER 2)

Assignment 14: Allied Battle Strategy Phone Project

  • Allied Battle Strategy Summary
  • BBC – History: World War Two
    This is the BBC site. Look under “The Tide of War Turns” for some good links that may help. There is some great general information here as well as many photographs.
  • War in World War II
    This link will put you right in the middle of their summary of the war, so you can go back or forward to other pages within the site. It’s a good summary for you to skim and find information that you need.

Unit 9 – THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD (UNIT 4 SEMESTER 2)

Assignment 7 – Report: The Cold War

World Geography

Unit 1 – INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY

Assignment 10: Project – Summarize It!

  • Honey Bee Shortage
    Did you know bees are dying out? This is a short article about the current honeybee shortage and how it may affect food supply.
  • Altitude and Athletic Ability
    Does altitude affect athletic ability? This article talks about how the Olympic team trains at high altitude which is supposed to give them greater lung capacity and advantage. This was huge at the last winter Olympics in Russia, our speed skaters were going very slow and many thought it was because they were used to competing in thinner air rather than heavier air at sea level.
  • How Kudzu Works
    There is a common vine in most of the South called Kudzu. It is an invasive vine brought in from Asia. In the South Kudzu has caused major environmental problems. This article summarizes the problems caused by Kudzu and how people are trying to overcome them.
  • Oklahoma Earthquaktes
    Oklahoma has been experiencing a huge increase in earthquakes.
  • Sunscreen Bleaching Coral Reefs
    This article, written by a chemistry student, discusses how chemicals from sunscreen are actually bleaching the coral reefs. You don’t need to get very technical in your summary, just write the basics about what is happening.

Unit 2 – HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

Project: Analyze It!

  • National Park Service
    Remember that the website includes recreational areas, historical sites, and monuments. Be sure to look for National Parks when you search within the website.

Unit 5 – OCEANIA, AUSTRALASIA, AND ANTARCTICA

Assignment 14: Phone Project – The Endurance: Shackleton’s Antarctic Adventure
This assignment entails watching a three part video. You will then answer questions on the viewing guide provided below.

Unit 7 – WESTERN EUROPE

Assignment 11: Project – Chart It!

  • Coast and Shore
    This next website also discusses coastlines and how they can be a benefit and a protection depending on the type of coastline. You will have to skim the article for the good stuff!
  • Geography – General
    This site is the most thorough. You should find much information about European geography here, but you will have to read through and find the information that will help you.

Unit 8 – EASTERN EUROPE AND RUSSIA

Assignment 11: Project – Report It!

  • Collapse of the Soviet Union
    This article is a good discussion about why the Soviet Union fell and what has been learned from it.
  • Fall of the Berlin Wall
    This article is specifically about Germany and the Fall of the Berlin Wall, which signaled the end of Communism.

Unit 10 – NORTH AFRICA AND SOUTHWEST ASIA

Assignment 11: Project – Evaluate It!
Here are a few websites that may help with your Evaluate It project:

Unit 11 – CENTRAL, SOUTH, EAST, and SOUTHEAST ASIA

Assignment 13: Project – Analyze It!

Here are a few websites that may help with your Evaluate It! project:

Government

Unit 1 – INTERNATIONAL GOVERNMENTS

Assignment 12: Report – Government Officials
Use these websites to find your Senators and Representatives.
Please see Mrs. Keeney for specific instructions for your state. The assignment will be modified slightly for each state and the District of Columbia.

Unit 2 – UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT

One Man Changes the Constitution/Phone Call Project

Unit 4 – HISTORY OF GOVERNMENTS

Assignment 6: Report – Feudalism
Sources for Feudalism in England

Sources for Feudalism in Germany

  • Medieval Germany
    This site is pretty organized and may help you with some things you need. Best of all, it’s all devoted to the history of Germany
  • Feudalism in Germany – New World Encyclopedia
    This site is a good overview of feudalism. The thing is that it discusses the system in general and doesn’t specifically discuss Germany. I thought it just might help with the overall information.
  • Feudalism Overview
    This is another source that discusses feudalism in all of Europe, but it does contain one paragraph that specifically mentions how feudalism was unique in Germany compared to other places. You’ll have to scroll down a little and you’ll see Germany in bold print.

Sources for Feudalism in France

  • French Feudalism Overview
    This site discusses the classes or estates in France, which started in the feudal system, and how they changed and led to the French Revolution. It might help with looking at how the system affected history of France. Plus, this site is extremely easy to read and understand, which is always a plus!
  • Feudalism Overview

Economics

Unit 1 – FREE ENTERPRISE

Why Not Print More Money/Phone Call Project

Unit 2 – BUSINESS AND YOU

Assignment 11: Report – Business and You

Unit 3 – THE STOCK MARKET

Assignment 11: Report – Stock Market Investing
Here is a website where you can look up the current information for any stock currently being traded: (You can look up the abbreviation if you don’t know it)

This is another site that allows you to look at charts that graph the history. You can see both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the NASDAQ on graphs there. The numbers across the bottom represent months, so 1 is January, 11 would be November, etc. This allows you to see what the markets have been doing over the last 5 months or so. If you do a Marketwatch search on the site using the company name or ticker abbreviation, you will see all the recent articles about what is happening with the company. It gives you a real good idea if the company is on the way up or down right now.

Unit 3 Test Review

Unit 4 – BUDGET AND FINANCE

Assignment 10: Project – Buying a Car
This website has average car insurance costs. Look at their chart and use the average figures for a driver your age.


Math Courses Grades 7-12

Mathematics 700

Unit 2 – FRACTIONS

Assignment 23: Unit Test

Pre-Algebra

Unit 1 – THE REAL NUMBER SYSTEM

Unit 2 – MODELING PROBLEMS IN INTEGERS

Assignment 17: Quiz 3 – Integers – Explanation for Question #9

Unit 4 – PROPORTIONAL REASONING

Assignment 26: Unit Test

Unit 6 – MEASUREMENT

Assignment 22: Unit Test

Algebra II

Unit 4 – POLYNOMIALS

Assignment 2 – Multiplying Polynomials by Polynomials

Unit 5 – ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS

Assignment 8 – Mixed Expressions and Complex Fractions

Unit 8 – EXPONENTIAL FUNCTION

Assignment 9 – Evaluating Exponential Functions, Common Logarithms, and Natural Logarithms

Geometry

Unit 2 – LOGIC

Assignment 1: Logic

Unit 8 – COORDINATE GEOMETRY

Assignment 6: Equation of a Circle

Pre-Calculus

General Resources

Unit 6 (Semester 2 Unit 1) – APPLICATION OF TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS

Assignment 6: Law of Cosines


Science Courses Grades 7-12

Below is the information for the 7th to 12th grade Science courses.
Welcome Letter – Mr. Sutterfield
Introduction Video – Mr. Sutterfield

General Science II

Unit 6 – ENERGY (PART 2)

Assignment 2: Experiment – Magnetism

Integrated Physics and Chemistry (IPC)

Unit 5 – MOTION AND FORCES

Unit 7 – WORK AND ENERGY

Unit 9 – ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM

 

Chemistry

Unit 5 – MOLECULAR STRUCTURE

Assignment 9: Experiment – Demonstrating Polar Properties

Unit 7 – EQUILIBRIUM SYSTEMS

Unit 7 Test Study Guide

Physics

Unit 1 – MOTION AND FORCES

Unit 2 – KINEMATICS

Unit 4 – WORK AND ENERGY

Unit 6 – WAVES

Unit 8 – ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM


Elective Courses Grades 7-12

Below is the information for the 7th to 12th grade Elective Courses.
Introduction Video – Mrs. Brock
Introduction Video – Mrs. Williams


Foreign Language Courses

For Our Seniors

This section contains information pertaining to current seniors at CCS Online.