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Social Studies

Medieval Mysteries

In this one-time class, we will be discussing mysteries from the Middle Ages.
Shannon Jones, MA History
47 total reviews for this teacher
2 reviews for this class
Completed by 2 learners
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75 minute class

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Class Experience

This class is designed to promote discussion and critical thinking, while giving the students a chance to learn more about different historical events.
I have a Master of Arts in Early European History from the University of Nebraska at Kearney. I have been teaching and lecturing on Medieval history and folklore for five years for both children and adults. 
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be dealing with historic mysteries, therefore there will be discussion of disappearances and death. The details for these topics will be kept to a minimum. 
"15 Mysteries from the Middle Ages,"
"6 Medieval Mysteries that Remain Unsolved to this Day,"
Briggs, K. M. (1967). The Fairies in English Tradition and Literature. Routledge and Kegan Paul. (1970)
Cohen, Jeffrey Jerome (2008). "Green Children from Another World, or the Archipelago in England". In Cohen, Jeffrey Jerome (ed.). Cultural Diversity in the British Middle Ages: Archipelago, Island, England. The New Middle Ages (2008)
Soth, Amelia, "When Dancing Plagues Struck Medieval Europe. JSTOR Daily (2019)
Viegas, Jennifer, "'Dancing Plague' and Other Odd Afflictions Explained." Discovery News.
Weir, Alison, The Princes in the Tower (1992)
Wilkinson, Josephine, The Princes in the Tower (2013)


Shannon Jones, MA History
Lives in the United States
Early European History Teacher and Historical Researcher
47 total reviews
92 completed classes

About Me

Hello everyone, it is a pleasure to be able to introduce myself to all of you! You can call me Ms. Shannon. I take a passionate, yet relaxed approach to teaching classes. 

I will begin with my educational background: 
I have a Masters in Early... 
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