United States History Part 1 I AP US History I Full Semester FLEX
In this 15 week, semester course students will learn the foundational ideas of the first half of American / United States of America History
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This is a FLEX version of my popular live United States History Part 1 course. Optionally, this class can coordinate with the class I also offer on American Literature course (which is also available as a flex class). This class is taught at a standard level, however, I am able to offer additional work as well as AP designation on your transcript if you would like your student to take this class at an AP level--please contact me about this option. This course is a rhetorical level course...
Students will learn the major themes of US history, while also learning how to approach and manage primary documents.
I have a master's degree in history from the University of Cambridge and 16 years experience teaching history. I am an approved AP history teacher and grader.
Students will complete reading and writing assignments for each class, as well as occasional presentations.
The American Promise by James L. Roark textbook--combined version, any edition
Grades are provided as letter grades based on participation, written work, and tests.
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class covers a time period in United States history that deals with problems of racism and discrimination, as well as efforts made to correct those problems in the legal, economic, and societal institutions of the country. This class will utilize primary documents from a variety of sources to give voice to those marginalized groups throughout those struggles. Parental guidance is always encouraged to help students evaluate those ideas and struggles in United States history.
Primary documents will be provided in class. Students will be expected to find and purchase the textbook for the course. I highly recommend taking my one time class on evaluating primary documents prior to the start of this course. The American Promise by James L. Roark textbook--combined version, any edition An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano John Locke Two Treatises on Government
Brandy DahlenUniversity of Cambridge, M.A., AP, History, Literature, and Writing Teacher
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Feel free to request specific courses (topics) or sections (time/dates)! I am available for sections friendly to all international time zones. I will list sections as you request them. Hi everyone! I have a master's degree in history from the...