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In this ongoing course we will heighten our knowledge of the United States from the Civil War/Reconstruction era to Present Day. We will discuss events in depth that normally are only spent a few minutes on in the traditional classroom! These in depth analysis of important events allows for a deeper interpretation of the United States and its history! Topics we will discuss in this course: How the Civil War Ended Reconstruction Emancipation Proclamation Admitting New States Expansion into...
Students will learn the overall impact of each event in United States history that ultimately impacted the country even to date.
My degree is in History with an emphasis in American History. While studying in my undergrad I specifically took a course based on all eras of American History. I have successfully taught my own students in the physical classroom for the past two years over topics that will be discussed in this course! My minor in my degree is also in Social Sciences. I have taken multiple courses in psychology, sociology and the study of people. This allows me to gauge when a student may need. If your student may need additional emotional, mental or physical assistance I am certified by my state to do so with my Special Education licensure.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
In those topics that include war or battles the state of the war and lives lost will be discussed. These topics will not be discussed in detail, but only referred to as facts. It is important to know the numbers being presented as facts to grasp the depth of the events
AnnaMarie PenaExploring the Wonders of the World One Historical Event at a Time
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Hi there! My name is AnnaMarie Pena and I am a third year social studies teacher! I graduated from my hometown high school in 2015 and then immediately enrolled at University of the Southwest. I graduated from my university in 2017 with a...