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The class will be part lecture and part discussion. A Power Point presentation highlighting the profiled individual will be used for reference and discussion. The students will learn about an influential individual in US history and how that individual's struggles sealed their place in history. They will learn who the individual was, who their influences were, who their contemporaries were, their time in history, their accomplishments and their importance in the time they lived and their...
Students will learn that history is not just memorization of events and dates, but history is the story of people and how their beliefs, successes, failures and struggles sealed their places in our history. Throughout history people have shaped the world we live in today and people today are not only influencing our current times, but also what our world and society will be in the future. A look back at influential people in history provides us with an understanding, not only of those individuals and the times they lived, but also of our times and the importance of those that are shaping our current history and that of our children and their children.
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55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Mark StonecipherTeacher, Photographer, Writer and Retired Runner
13 total reviews
9 completed classes
Hello! My name is Mark Stonecipher. I am a native Ohioan and a graduate of Tulane University where I received my BA degree with honors in History and minors in English and Education. I attended Tulane on a full athletic scholarship for Track. ...