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Exploring History and Geography: A Comprehensive Course for 1st and 2nd Grade

Social Studies

Middle School United States History, Part II - Flex Class

In this 16-week online course, we will examine U.S. history from the mid-1800s through modern times.
Amanda Smith
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Completed by 4 learners
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Charged upfront
$11 per week
Flexible schedule
Over 16 weeks
No live meetings

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Learners can analyze different historical periods, ideas, and themes and make connections among them.

I have over twenty years of experience working with and teaching students.  I have a bachelor's degree in both History and Economics.  My master's degree is in Higher Education.  I also have a Juris Doctorate in Law.  Most importantly, I have a passion for teaching, history in particular! 

Each week, the students will receive three to five lessons in Google Classroom to increase the learner's understanding.  Assignments include answering questions, fill-in-the-blank, open-response, and creative lessons.  A quiz or game will sometimes be included in the assignments.    

Students will also complete three projects throughout the semester.  Each project will be centered around one of the topics we are learning about and students will have a variety of choices to choose from that matches their interests.  Examples of projects include:  making a short film, developing a virtual presentation, writing an essay, creating a game, conducting a family interview, creating a fashion review, creating a pamphlet, and many more.  
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Students will receive a report every eight weeks that includes grades from assignments, projects, and participation.  A final grade can be given if requested.
No live meetings, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
This course will sometimes contain topics of a sensitive or controversial nature.  This course will use multiple viewpoints when discussing historical topics.

Kahoot! and Nearpod will sometimes be used as learning tools for this class.  Students will receive a link to these resources and will not be required to have an account to access these resources.

Resources from the Library of Congress.  These resources can be found at:

"Free Black Communities and the Underground Railroad: The Geography of Resistance" by Cheryl Janifer LaRoche.

Civil War and Reconstruction, 1861–1877.

"The March Against Fear: The Last Great Walk of the Civil Rights Movement and the Emergence of Black Power" by Ann Bausum.


Amanda Smith
Lives in the United States
Attorney with a Passion for Teaching
962 total reviews
647 completed classes

About Me

Hello Outschool Families!  My name is Amanda and I am an attorney, licensed in both Ohio and Kentucky.  I also have a master's degree in Higher Education and a Bachelor's Degree in Economics and History.  While I enjoy the law, my real passion is... 
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