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Greatest Mysteries of History - Flex Class
In this 5 weeks, students will examine some of the greatest unsolved mysteries throughout history.
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In this 5 week class, students will examine some of the greatest mysteries throughout the course of history. We will look at the history of the people, places, or events and the learn what makes in an incredible mystery. Students will discuss their own theory of what may have happened in each of these events. Additionally, students will also examine the new information and breakthroughs from investigations of these mysteries, as well has how some researchers are using technology to try to...
Students will examine various historical figures and events that have mysteries attached to them that are still unsolved.
I have my BA in Social Studies Education, as well as my MBA, and 4 years teaching social studies classes at various middle school & high school levels. Additionally, I have a huge passion for Ancient History, Archaeology, and Exploration which helps me fuel my drive to pass on knowledge and an appreciation of these topics to students.
There will be no homework assigned for the class.
There will be no formal assessment or grade for this class, unless otherwise requested by the parent.
No live meetings, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
In the class about the mystery of Jack the Ripper, there may be discussion of the violence that he inflicted on his victims. This will be kept very PG.
Students will do some outside research using the internet to draw information about the topics we have discussed and in order to complete the assignments. Instructors Sources- The instruction is based off of the historical and scientific facts of the mysteries that are being discussed. In addition to previous knowledge and a number of books, the teacher uses a number of websites to facilitate the content of the classes such as history.com, nationalgeographic.com, & si.edu (Smithsonian's website).
Jeremy DeMeyereSeasoned Social Studies, Science, Business, Bible Teacher, and Fitness Professional
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225 completed classes
Hi there! I have over 8 years of classroom experience teaching History, Geography, Government, Science, and Business classes at all academic levels. I also have experience as an Elementary & Middle School Principal. Additionally, I have 3...