History and Literature of the Old Testament and History and Literature of the New Testament

The Georgia Department of Education welcomes your feedback and comments regarding the proposed Georgia Standards of Excellence for two new high school social studies elective courses, History and Literature of the Old Testament and History and Literature of the New Testament. This survey feedback will be utilized to inform the adoption of the proposed standards for these two courses.

The survey will be posted beginning 6/22/2020, through 7/22/2020.

The survey will close at 5:00 PM EDT 7/22/2020.

Thank you for providing your feedback and comments regarding the proposed standards for these two new Social Studies elective courses.

If you have questions regarding the survey or standards, please contact Joy Hatcher Social Studies Program Manager, Georgia Department of Education at jhatcher@doe.k12.ga.us

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* 1. Which of the following best describes your role as a respondent to this survey?  Choose all that apply

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* 3. Use the following links to review the proposed new standards for History and Literature of the Old Testament and History and Literature of the New Testament

History and Literature of the Old and New Testament


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* 4. To which course do your comments apply? Please complete a separate survey for each course or select "both" to provide your review for both courses together.

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* 5. Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statements pertaining to the course. Please use the following scale to indicate your opinions. Use the comment box (Question #6) to indicate specific course feedback.

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The course standards are clear and understandable.
The course standards are appropriate for students who are in this grade level/course.
The course standards define what students should know and be able to do.
The course standards are relevant to real-world/career applications.
The course standards are rigorous enough to challenge learners.
The course standards are sufficient for the instructional time allocated to this subject/course during the school year.
The course standards prepare students to meet future challenges and become world-class learners.

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* 6. If you have specific concerns or suggested improvements about the wording, content, or alignment of specific standards, please describe them in the box below. 

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