Stories From This Week in History
In this ONGOING class each week learners will learn the stories behind some of the important events that happened that week in history #academic
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Completed by 19 learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
20 minutes per class
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Each week learners will hear the story of an event that happened during the week of the class in history, along with the causes and/or effects of that event and it's effect on the world in general. Events will be from a variety of places and countries, and subjects from Pop Culture to Sports, to Military history and everything in between. If time allows they will also learn about other events that happened during the week in history as well. Upcoming classes and topics covered: Week of...
I love history and learning about how people lived during different times. I like to do research into different events and the impact they had on the world. I believe we need to learn from the past and what happened in order to impact the future. One of my favorite quotes is "Those who don't learn from History are doomed to repeat it" I want to pass that on to my learners so they will also learn and impact the world. I teach history classes on Outschool in a variety of formats and subjects. In this class I want learners to hear what really happened so they can form their own opinions and learn from the past. I welcome their insight into the events and questions about what happened, and it's effect on the world today.
20 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class will cover a wide variety of topics. Some may be controversial from a variety of viewpoints. They will be presented in a factual manner, and any violence will be attempted to tone down. Parents are encouraged to look at the week's topic before class to decide if it is appropriate for their learner. Please contact the teacher with any questions or concerns before class.
historynet.com "American History Review Text" by Irving L. Gordon "A History of the American People" by Paul Johnson "33 Questions about American History You're not supposed to Ask" by Thomas E. Woods Jr "The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History" by Thomas E. Woods Jr. Supplemented by other reputable websites
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263 total reviews
352 completed classes
I am a former Home School student who has never stopped learning! I love history and telling stories verbally and through writing, and I want to share that passion with others. I believe the statement is true: “Those who don’t learn from History...