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4 Days of Obscure Military History, War Stories - 1775 - 1945
In this four day course, students will learn about obscure military history from four of America's major wars - The American Revolution, Civil War, World War 1 and World War 2!
Michael DiMinno, M.A.T.
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Once per week
over 4 weeks
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per learner - per class
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Learn about several different fascinating stories about military history! These are little known tidbits that are very interesting and have earned their place in world military history. The structure will include four immersive sessions which will cover a different time period each day. They are: Revolutionary War Black troops in the Revolution Women in the Revolution - Molly Pitcher and Deborah Samson The American Turtle - The world's first submarine The Culper Ring - Spies during the...
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
I have been teaching military history to elementary students since 2001 and parents have appreciated the approach I use given the age of the students. I try to keep our study away from the more age inappropriate topics, such as The Holocaust, harsh treatment of POW's, etc. It is not that these topics aren't important, it's just that the age range for these lessons (8-14) is a bit on the younger side, so I feel that they are better left to teachers of older grades. When I do get questions about the more disturbing aspects of the war, I might answer along the lines of, "these soldiers went into this country and did not treat the people there well," instead of giving specifics. Having said this, please be aware that these classes are about warfare and military history. One aspect of this is to talk about weapons from the corresponding era, and to discuss advancements in military technology. I don't handle any firearms personally, but we do discuss weapons and technology and I show pictures and videos when appropriate. If your learner is sensitive to this kind of subject, and may get frightened or upset upon seeing a picture of a rifle, cannon, tank or bullet, then this may not be the class for them. This is a class about military history, and there is no way to avoid this, so please take this into account before signing up.
Some sources for this course include: Black troops in the Revolution, the Turtle and the Culper Ring: https://www.familysearch.org/en/blog/revolutionary-war-facts Boston Tea Party Box: https://www.bostonteapartyship.com/partners/a-box-worth-keeping Molly Pitcher: https://www.britannica.com/biography/Molly-Pitcher Deborah Samson: https://explorethearchive.com/revolutionary-war-facts Plot to Kill Washington: https://nypost.com/2018/12/29/how-a-new-york-governor-once-plotted-to-assassinate-george-washington/ Washington and Ferguson: Mourning and glowing wounds: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/seven-obscure-facts-you-didnt-know-about-the-civil-war-178230/ Lincoln assasination, Arlington, Death and Disease, Harriet Tubman Raid https://www.history.com/news/10-surprising-civil-war-facts Presidents in the Civil War, battles every day, https://blog.bridgemanimages.com/blog/some-unusual-facts-about-the-american-civil-war https://www.historynet.com/the-marksman-who-refused-to-shoot-george-washington/#:~:text=Captain%20Patrick%20Ferguson%2C%20a%2033,pick%20off%20the%20unsuspecting%20officers.
Michael DiMinno, M.A.T.History 1-2-3!
609 total reviews
321 completed classes
Hello, my name is Michael DiMinno and I have been teaching for over 20 years. I hold a Master's degree in Elementary Education and spent most of my tenure as a classroom teacher. Over the past year I have shifted to remote small group instruction...