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United States History for HS Students- Roaring 20s to election of 2000-Part IV
Part IV looks at America after World War II. It is a world power that soon fights a cold war, while facing Civil unrest, protests over Vietnam, hippies, Lyndon Johnson's Great Society, Ronald Reagan and a terrorist attack on 9/11.
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This is the fourth part of a four part series on the History of the United States. You can take all four courses, or each separately. At the start of each one, I will give a summary of the history covered in the prior courses. The following are the topics covered week by week Week #1 The Roaring 20s Week #2 The Roaring 20s continued and the Crash of 1929 Week #3 The Great Depression Week #4 The Great Depression continued and the New Deal Week #5 World War II-The rise of Germany,...
I have taught US History at Tallahassee Community College for the past 18 years. I hold a Master's degree in History from Florida State University as well as a Juris Doctorate from the University of Florida , and I practiced law for 38 years before retiring in 2017. I have taught senior/graduate level history course at the Florida State University on the "Historian as Lawyer." I have made presentations at historical conferences and contributions to a Historical Dictionary of Stuart England 1603-1689. I have also served as a judge for ten years at the annual statewide Florida History Fair.
1. I have recorded the lectures for each week's lessons. Each lecture is about 45 minutes long. Before class, students should listen to the lecture, which will have a powerpoint slide presentation to accompany it. Two or three questions will be posed for the student to consider as he or she watches the lecture. Class time will be spent reviewing the lecture and discussing the questions which have been posed, with me guiding the student discussion. 2. Students will complete a 8-10 page term paper, which will require online research, organizing what they have found, developing an outline, and writing a paper that accurate and complete, has no misspellings, is grammatically correct, and stylistically persuasive.
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The term paper will be the major assessment tool for the course for which a number grade will be given. The weekly class discussions will also be an informal way of gauging student mastery of the course material.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
The final part of this course in American history focuses on current events, so there is a tendency to let biases and political leanings cloud what is presented. I will do my best to avoid that. The longer I have studied America's story the more impressed I have become that there are men and women of good will on both sides of the political spectrum, who are sincerely trying to make America a better place for the common man. It is in that spirit that I will try to give a balanced presentation of the events of the last 60 or so years. With that understanding and approach, we will discuss the persistent racism in America since the Civil war, America's many efforts to combat it, and abortion and birth control as part of the women's movement
Relevant books: David Shi, "America: a Narrative History" Volume two , 11th edition David M Kennedy: "Freedom from Fear, The American People in Depression and War, 1929-1945" -- "The American People in World War II" David McCullough, "Truman" James Patterson, "Grand Expectations, The United States, 1945-1974"
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I hold Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Technological University. After serving four years in the United States Army, including a tour in Vietnam, I decided to become a lawyer, and I graduated from...