World History High School Semester 1 of Full Year Modern: Middle Ages to Today
In the first part of a year-long course, students will learn Modern World History from the Middle Ages to the French Revolution taught using a standards-based curriculum by a certified teacher.
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Twice per week
over 16 weeks
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You will learn an entire semester of World History in a flipped classroom-type setting. What that means is that you will spend 90 minutes a week with me, learning about history in a small group setting. Then you will be responsible for learning on your own through a series of videos, documents, and other learning activities. The course outline with topics to be covered is below. Classes are 45 minutes in length and meet twice per week. While each class will be varied in the delivery of...
In over 30 years of teaching, I have extensive experience teaching World History to grades 6-12. I not only know the topics deeply (which enables me to guide/answer students' questions) but I have taught every level from special needs to advanced learners.
Students will be given assignments that may consist of reading parts of the text, reading documents, watching a video clip, or completing an assessment. Please notify the instructor in advance if a grade will be needed at the completion of the course for purposes of satisfying home-schooling requirements.
Students need either a physical notebook for notetaking and reflection or an organized notetaking method on their computers. I will be happy to offer suggestions,
The learner will be assessed based on performance on the assessments (quizzes and tests) as well as participation in the synchronous lessons.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
There are sensitive topics covered in World History, including the topics of slavery and genocide. Rest assured that my extensive experience teaching World History enables me to approach these topics in a mature, historical, and sensitive way. If need be, I will follow up with students and parents if there is something that is of a concerning nature.
Certell.org will be utilized for a free, online textbook. Other websites include The Stanford Education History Group, The History Channel, Genocidewatch.org,
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