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over 8 weeks
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Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Students will learn by listening to prescribed podcast episodes and taking notes on those. There will be a few questions assigned that we will discuss in class and they can prepare their responses for those class times. Students will interact with the teacher through video lessons once a week where we will discuss what they have been learning in the prescribed episodes. Overview: This is the first class in the first series on Ottoman History. This first series is on the Rise of the Ottoman...
The student should be able to name key events and interesting happenings in the 70 years where the Ottoman Empire reached the zenith of it's physical borders.
I have a Masters Degree in Education And have been teaching and tutoring students since 2005. I also run a history podcast for students on the Ottoman Empire and another on founding fathers of the countries around the world. Ever since I was young, I have been studying and listening to history, especially western history. The area around the Mediterranean is the most important area for the development and continued existence of western culture and so has had most of my 30 years worth of study committed to it. Egyptians, Greek, Romans, Ottomans, and Mongols all have a part to play and so this topic is one of my big 5.
Unless your student has a disability that keeps them from doing it, the homework for this class is a requirement to continue on with it. If homework is missed more than one time your student will be withdrawn and your money will not be refunded. Homework will be to listen to podcasts and/or watch videos assigned. Notes should be taken and the assigned questions should be answered. At the end of the class students' homework will change to 2 weeks to prepare and record a 5-10 minute podcast episode on a topic of their choosing from what they learned.
The student will have a project, on one figure or event, that needs to be completed before the 8th week of class.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
This is a history with a lot of war. There will be violence talked about at times, usually from direct quotes.
Matthew Grace, M.Ed
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
295 total reviews
316 completed classes
Hello! I'm Matthew and I'm excited to help you with your educational goals! A little about the classes I teach: - I teach Languages: English(Masters in TESOL), all levels, and Chinese, specialized for beginners. - I also teach Math(Bachelors in...