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American Symbols: Discover President Franklin D Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt

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Barb Lund
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(363)
Study fascinating US President FDR and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt through the lens of their memorials and their place in government in Washington, DC in a class integrating American Sign Language, art, and US history.

Class experience

US Grade 3 - 6
My excitement about American symbols began with travels to Washington, DC. I loved stepping onto the exact spot Martin Luther King Jr. stood for his iconic I Have a Dream speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Walking through the White House thrilled me as I imagined the historic individuals who had walked its halls. I have enthusiastically taught many learners about Washington, DC through books, music, and plays. I'm so excited to share my knowledge and experience with Outschool students!

I am a teacher certified to teach elementary grades 1-6 and deaf/HH students pre-K-12. I worked as an educational interpreter for several years and as an elementary teacher for many years. My education and work history have provided the skills to teach American Sign Language and all core subjects to learners on Outschool.
Learners will need the following for class:
• One piece of paper
• Pencil
• Black Sharpie or another black marker
• Crayons or Markers
The class will include brief discussions regarding The Great Depression, World War II, human rights, and civil rights.
Sources of my research for this class include the following:
The History of US Series- Joy Hakim
ProQuest Congressional 
Congress.gov
Digital Public Library of America
Constitution.org
National Archives & Records
Library of Congress
Britannica
Smithsonian
Bibliographies
Personal travel journals
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(363)
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My classes will be taught from my home among white pines and cedars near Lake Superior in northern Minnesota. You will find me to be a warm, encouraging, and genuine person. I love teaching! Having the privilege of spending my days with children... 
Group Class

$20

per class
Meets once
60 min

Live video meetings
Ages: 8-13
1-6 learners per class

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