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Social Studies

Greatest Empires-South America Edition

In this one time class, students will learn about the greatest empires in South America and how these empires influence our current day society. Students will also learn of the explores during this time.
Jerika Berry
228 total reviews for this teacher
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30 minutes
per class
Meets once
9-13
year olds
3-9
learners per class
per learner

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Class Experience

Certified teacher and college instructor for Grambling State University. I have taught about these great empires at the college level at Wiley State University, Grambling State University and Jarvis Christian College. I currently do teach this topic at Grambling State University. This is my 5th year teaching college. I studied South America culture and history. I have both my Bachalors and Masters Degree in History. 
No homework. 
Printable
Upon parents request. 
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Source/Book: The Latin American Cultural Studies Reader by Ana Del Sarto and Culture and Traditions by Eric Foner (you DO NOT have to purchase). These are  the book I will be referencing. 

All materials is appropriated for learners. Students will learn how one empire's cruel ending was another's wealthy beginning, this will be a teachable moment for student. I will NOT discussion religion with learners. However, racism and discrimination against the Indigenous will be discussed in class, as a teachable moment. We will discuss race as far as distinguishing the groups and the location of those involved in the invasion of South America. 
Source/Book: The Latin American Cultural Studies Reader by Ana Del Sarto and Culture and Tradition by Eric Foner (you DO NOT have to purchase). These are the book I will be referencing. 

Teacher

Jerika Berry
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Lives in the United States
Elementary Core Subjects and History Teacher
228 total reviews
254 completed classes

About Me

Hi! My name is Jerika Berry, Welcome to Outschool. I was born and raised in Louisiana. I received both my Bachelors and Masters from THE Grambling State University. I am currently pursing my Doctoral Degree.

Due to my passion for education, I... 
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