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8학년 미국 역사: 학기 수업(봄 - 파트 2)

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Nelson Vargas, J.D. Professor
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평균 평점:5.0수강 후기 수:(401)
도금 시대부터 테러와의 전쟁까지 미국 역사를 탐구하는 16주 코스입니다.
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I have been teaching at Outschool for over 2 years. I have been a law professor in Washington DC for 3 years. I strive to teach social studies, civics, and history in a way that inspires and entertains while fostering curiosity and critical thinking. 

I love teaching and Outschool allows me to share my passions for various subjects with young minds. I've taught (as a guest) both middle, elementary, and high school social studies, government civics, technology, and history. I’ve taught at the University of Maryland and am currently an adjunct law professor at Catholic University School of Law in Washington, DC. I have also taught at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, in Brunswick, Georgia and have published in several academic legal journals and publications    
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Completion of several worksheets and essay questions will be required. Reading assignments will be assigned weekly.
수업 외 주당 1 - 2 시간
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Assessment will be by letter grade. There will be two graded exams and several quizzes. Upon completion there will be a written report with a final grade for the course.
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Students will be given pdfs each week that contains the in-class work and homework. 
The class will address armed conflicts. Class discussion will focus on the lasting legacy of these conflicts and how they continue to shape the world today. Students will be expected and required to respect different views and experiences. To this end, we will look at events from varying perspectives, with a focus on objective and provable facts. 
Sources for the class include:
Source documents from the U.S. National Archive, 
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services resource library, 
The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. 
American Memory collection - historical collections for the National Digital Library, at the Library of Congress. 
History Matters: The U.S. Survey Course on the Web. (n.d.)., from http://historymatters.gmu.edu.
Robert Kotlowitz (2010). Before Their Time, A Memoir. Anchor Books.
Eli Wiesel (2006). Night. Hill and Wang
William Manchester (2008). Goodbye, Darkness: A Memoir of the Pacific War. Little Brown and Company.
John Hershey (1989). Hiroshima. Vintage.
Strachan, H. (2013). The first World War. Penguin Books. 
Colonial, Refugee and Allied Civilians after the First World War: Immigration Restriction and Mass Repatriation (Routledge Studies in First World War History) 1st Edition (2020)
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평균 평점:5.0수강 후기 수:(401)
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I am a judge, former federal prosecutor, policy counsel, and college and law school professor. My bachelor's degree is from the State University of New York at Albany in Political Science and History, with a minor in Economics. I also earned a... 
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