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History Herald: Horrible Histories & Terrible Tales of the Past - Part THREE!
Courtney Murray, M. Ed, M. Hist. World US History
#academic From devious deceptions, unexplainable happenings, & devastating deaths, students will learn about some of the most horrific, creepiest, & scary - yet true stories of the past. Not for the faint of the heart!
US Grade 7 - 10
History Herald: Horrible Histories & Terrible Tales of the Past - Part THREE! Have you ever read something that sounds so horrible that it has to be fake- just a plain old movie script? Or something so bizarre there is just no way it can be real. Well, history is filled with these true stories that can haunt your mind and bend your imagination. Over the course of this class, we will learn about some of the most horrible and mind-bending stories in history - tales that are so horrific, your...
This class is taught in English.
Students will improve their historical learning while working to collaborate and work with other students in engaging discussion.
For the past decade, I have been encouraging students through education and personal development to explore the challenges of the past. Through my own personal education and professional development, I create a safe environment for students to learn about challenging topics of the past. My undergraduate is in history, focusing on United States and European integration, past cultures, and empire. My first master's degree is in education with a focus on English/Language Arts and History. My second master's degree is in history with a focus on world empires and United States/Europe during the premodern era and modern era. I am currently pursuing my PhD in history focusing on immigration and relations with indigenous peoples and cultures.
This class is geared for a mature audience as we will cover some intense topics (delivered appropriately for the age range given). *Note- this class covers intense topics of scary deaths, kidnappings, disappearances, wars, extermination, and more. This is not for the faint of heart, so please consider the content with your student's ability to handle such topics.*
A vast collaboration of sources will be utilized to create this content to provide the students with a multi-faceted explanation of events from differing perspectives. Some sources utilized to create the content of the course: A Little History of the United States (Little Histories) By James West Davidson A Documentary History of the United States by Richard D. Heffner and Alexander B. Heffner A Different Mirror for Young People: A History of Multicultural America (For Young People Series) by Ronald Takaki Ways of the World- A Brief Global History - Strayer A History of the World in 100 Objects Paperback by Neil MacGregor
Meet the teacher
Hello! I am so excited to join you on this education adventure! I absolutely love teaching and learning and believe it can be exciting for every student! I am a certified classroom educator with a master's degree in education and a second master's...
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