Social Studies

George Washington: The Good, the Bad, the Legacy

This class will focus on the life and legacy of the Revolutionary General, the First President, and the man named George Washington.
Tamara J Stafford (T.J.)
125 total reviews for this teacher
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55 minutes

per class

Meets once

8-13

year olds

2-9

learners per class

per learner

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Class Experience

I have a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Interdisciplinary Studies  with a declared minor in Psychology. My degree training included preparation for all core subjects for this age groups. Additionally, I have also completed multiple courses on American history and Western Civilization as part of my training. My studies for my declared minor in Psychology included courses on developmental psychology which is essential to the way in which sensitive topics will be addressed in this course.  As a teacher, I have taught over 200 online classes,  including a variety of U.S. history courses in which the American Revolution is the focal point. These classes have covered social injustices and war. My focus on psychology and experience teaching U.S. history plays an essential role in how this information is presented to ensure accuracy and age appropriateness. The lessons planned for this course are also part of an ongoing history class that I have taught through this platform over recent months. 
A worksheet will be available to download 24 hours prior to the start of the class.
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A worksheet with critical thinking questions will be available to download. Students will have the opportunity to fill in answers for these questions throughout the lesson.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents should be advised that the issues of war and slavery will be discussed in an open an honest way in this lesson. It is my upmost priority to present facts in a straightforward and age appropriate manner. 
https://www.archives.gov
https://virtualtour.mountvernon.org
https://www.history.com/classroomhttps://www.vmfa.museum/learn-archive/microsites/george
https://library.si.edu/research/databases-history-culture-research

Teacher

Tamara J Stafford (T.J.)Bachelor of Science Elementary Education Interdisciplinary Studies
125 total reviews
88 completed classes

About Me

       I am a wife, mother, teacher, and a history fanatic! I couldn't be more excited to be able to share the excitement I have for this topic with students here on Outschool. My background includes  a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education... 
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