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This series of Social Studies modules is intended for post-secondary and adult learners.

Introduction to Social Studies

An introduction to the basic ideas behind the study of development, politics, economics, geography and history, written for first year
Post-10 students. This module is written at a pre-intermediate level of English.
Student Book http://curriculumproject.org/wp-content/uploads/ISS%20Student%20English%203rd%20Edition.pdf
Student Book (Burmese) http://curriculumproject.org/wp-content/uploads/ISS%20Student%20Burmese.pdf
Teacher Guide http://curriculumproject.org/wp-content/uploads/ISS%20Teacher%20English%203rd%20Edition.pdf
Teacher Guide (Burmese) http://curriculumproject.org/wp-content/uploads/ISS%20Teacher%20Burmese.pdf

South East Asian Studies

This module follows on with a more explicit regional focus. Learners study early cultures, the influence of India and China, European expansion, colonialism and independence, and look at some of the problems faced by newly independent nations.
Student Book http://curriculumproject.org//wp-content/uploads/Introduction%20to%20South%20East%20Asia%20Student%20Book.pdf
Teacher Guide http://curriculumproject.org//wp-content/uploads/Introduction%20to%20South%20East%20Asia%20Teacher%20Book.pdf

Environment Issues

This module takes about 30 hours and focuses on local, regional and global environmental topics. It takes a problem-solving approach, and examines local solutions to environmental problems.
Student Book http://curriculumproject.org//wp-content/uploads/Environment%20Issues%20Student
Teacher Guide http://curriculumproject.org//wp-content/uploads/Environment%20Issues%20Teacher

History of Burma from a Multi-ethnic Perspective

This module looks at Burma’s past from pre-history to the current situation. It takes a reflective approach; presenting historical events from a number of viewpoints and directing learners to evaluate sources, compare experiences and formulate their own conclusions.
Student Book http://curriculumproject.org/wp-content/uploads/History%20of%20Burma%20Student%20-%2021%20Aug%2008.pdf
Student Book (Burmese) http://curriculumproject.org/wp-content/uploads/History%20of%20Burma%20Student%20Burmese.pdf
Teacher Guide http://curriculumproject.org/wp-content/uploads/History%20of%20Burma%20Teacher%20-%2021%20Aug%2008.pdf

Systems of Democracy

A critical introduction to world political ideologies. This module analyses the advantages and disadvantages of different systems in theory and practice, with case studies from around the world. It is written in intermediate-level English.
Student Book http://curriculumproject.org/wp-content/uploads/Systems%20of%20Democracy%20Student.pdf
Teacher Guide http://curriculumproject.org/wp-content/uploads/Systems%20of%20Democracy%20Teacher.pdf

Economics: An Introduction

This module is designed to equip learners with basic economic literacy. It covers introductory economic theory as well as more complex themes such as economic systems and globalization. It places a strong emphasis on analytical thinking, asking learners to apply new knowledge to their own situations and communities.
Student Book http://curriculumproject.org/wp-content/uploads/economics_module_student.pdf
Teacher Guide http://curriculumproject.org/wp-content/uploads/economics_module_teacher.pdf


This module provides a perspective of gender roles at work, in religion, politics, education and family, and includes a chapter on gender-based violence. Throughout the module students are encouraged to think about the roles of men and women within their own communities.
Student Book http://curriculumproject.org/wp-content/uploads/Gender%20Student.pdf
Teacher Guide http://curriculumproject.org/wp-content/uploads/Gender%20Teacher.pdf

Community Development

This module is in Burmese language, and looks at ways to analyse a community and determine what its needs are.
Student Book http://curriculumproject.org/wp-content/uploads/Gender%20Teacher.pdf
Teacher Guide http://curriculumproject.org/wp-content/uploads/Community%20Profile%20&%20Need%20Assessment%20Teacher.pdf

Learning with The Irrawaddy

Irrawaddy magazine has agreed to supply free subscriptions of their magazine to all Post-10 schools.
CP has designed teaching materials to accompany the magazine.
These are aimed primarily at intermediate level learners, although some can be used with good pre-intermediate English language and social studies classes.
The materials are available here: http://curriculumproject.org/learning-with-irrawaddy