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US History/US Government: United States Articles of Confederation, Save $10.00.
This class will dive into the United States' first attempt to organize the way its new government would operate. It will explore what it said, it's strengths and weaknesses, and why the Articles of Confederation just wasn't enough.
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50 minutes per class
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Thank you checking out my course on the U.S. Articles of Confederation! I received my teaching certificate a few years ago and have been teaching English and history in public secondary schools (6-12) since. My class offerings on Outlook will include courses in American history, government, literature. I have been a frequent lecturer/speaker for various groups about the Constitution, Civil War, and slavery in America. I have also authored a number of articles about the Civil War for various publications and written a number of short stories. I am graduate of Michigan State University majoring in English with minors in American history, political science, and economics, and have taken additional coursework in history and government from Hillsdale College. My graduate coursework includes, Constitution: The Meaning and History of the Constitution, Constitution: The Progressive Movement, Public Policy from a Constitutional Viewpoint, The Presidency and the Constitution, The Great American Story: Colonel Settlement to Current Day, among others.
Reading parts of the Articles between classes. Worksheets are sometimes used and sent to students to complete between classes.
None, except what I will provide.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
There will not a be a formal grading process unless requested by the parent; however, short quizzes may be given at the end of some classes so that I might measure class understanding of the material covered. Those who are using the course for homeschooling should feel free to contact me about your needs.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
None, except those that I will provide. I will send a copy of the Articles of Confederation to the students prior to the class beginning.
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🇺🇸Lives in the United States
100 total reviews
204 completed classes
Hi, and thank you for considering one of my classes. My name is Brin Lewis, and I would like to help prepare your child for college in areas that are critical for your child's success beyond high school. It is to this end that I decided to become...