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Social Studies for Middle School Students - U.S. History - An Ongoing Class
For You They Signed: Thomas Jefferson
In this American History course, students will learn about Thomas Jefferson and his work as a signer of the Declaration of Independence through a scavenger hunt.
Brenda Brown, M Ed
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Travel back in time with me. The year is 1776. We’re going to start our journey learning about the signers of the Declaration of Independence, why they signed, what their lives were like before and after signing this document. The why is easy. They signed for you, for your freedom, for the country you now enjoy. This class is a fun and interactive look at the primary author of the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson. We will take a virtual scavenger hunt through the home of...
Students will learn about the primary author of the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson. Students will learn about his life, his home (Monticello), and his role in drafting the Declaration of Independence.
No homework will be assigned.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The topic of slavery and the enslaved community at Monticello will be very limited. Information will include the names of the enslaved community who worked in the house and the duties performed by them at Monticello. Any videos or other information concerning the enslaved community will be taken directly from www.monticello.org.
We will refer to the historical documents at www.monticello.org as our main source for this class.
Brenda Brown, M EdFormer K-12 teacher
22 total reviews
43 completed classes
I've been teaching in some capacity for the last 30 years! I have a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and a master's degree in Reading, Language, and Literacy. I started teaching fifth grade in public school, then K-8 in private school,...