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8Th Grade US History: Semester Class (Part 1)
Life in the American Colonies, Middle School American History Era 2 (1585-1763)
This 4-week standards-based course covers the voluntary and forced immigration in North America as well as the growth of the American colonies.
Kristina Rinard, Etc.
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In this course, we cover the voluntary and forced immigration in North America as well as the growth of the American colonies. Lessons are planned using the UCLA history standards. This course is the second in the series to cover the 9 eras of American History but courses do not need to be completed in chronological order. This class will be a mix of lecture and interactive note-taking, discussion, and projects/games/activities that extend learning. Students will often guide their own...
Era 2: Colonialism and Settlement 1585-1763 Standard 1: Why the Americas attracted Europeans, why they brought enslaved Africans to their colonies, and how Europeans struggled for control of North America and the Caribbean Standard 2: How political, religious, and social institutions emerged in the English colonies Standard 3:How the values and institutions of European economic life took root in the colonies, and how slavery reshaped European and African life in the America
Certified Social Studies teacher for grade 5-8 Primary sources are used whenever possible Consider marginalized voices in my lesson through careful listening and reading of resources such as Teaching Tolerance etc.
Homework is optional and, if available, will be shared after each class in the classroom. Reading and learning with be done primarily within the class.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Due to the topic, this course will discuss some unpleasant and disturbing subjects. Parents should be aware of these topics. Please reach out to me directly and I will be happy to share my resources I'm using for the class. ---the African slave trade ---treatment of the Indigenous People ---original beliefs during the Salem Witch trial (and the hanging of the accused witches) Students who knowingly or unknowingly use insensitive, hurtful, divisive, or racist language or rhetoric will be removed from the classroom temporarily until the manner can be addressed in a timely and compassionate way.
Teaching Tolerance PBS Learning Media Zinn Education Project Ted Education Videos Videos C3 Teachers.org Native Knowledge 360 Smithsonian Institute for American History National Park Service UMBC Center for History Education Historicjamestowne.org Virginia Department of Education Facing History
Kristina Rinard, Etc.
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