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겨울방학 청소년 역사 PARTY (1회 수업)

수업
Dr. Kai Kafferly, MEd, PhD
평균 평점:
5.0
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(522)
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크리스마스, 성탄절, Saturnalia, Winter Solstice 및 Kwanzaa의 역사와 문화에 대한 교육적이고 흥미로운 수업입니다. 짧은 강의, 재미있는 동영상, 훌륭한 토론이 포함되어 있습니다! 간식을 가져오고 명절 모자를 쓰고 Mad Libs와 Kahoot와 함께 파티를 즐겨보세요! 홈스쿨 고등학교 수업
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수업 개요

미국 등급 9 - 12
Beginner - Intermediate 레벨
Teacher-Created 커리큘럼 기반
National Curriculum Standards for Social Studies (NCSS)에 맞춰짐
이 수업은 영어로 진행됩니다.
As a Social Sciences teacher I enjoy educating students about different holidays, their true meanings, the history, and the significance. In all of my Social Studies classes I have taken a day out of the normal routine to explain and educate students about significant dates from a historical perspective. I also teach high school World Religion and have a Ph.D. in Religious Studies.
No materials other than paper and pen are needed for this class, and a desire to have fun learning.

Students may bring snacks and beverages as well as wear a holiday hat - it's a party.

I would suggest a headset or earbuds with a microphone, a comfortable place to learn, and some water in case they become thirsty as there are no breaks during this class.
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PARENT CODE OF CONDUCT:

1. Learners should only attend class under their own enrollment, as themselves. It violates Outschool policy for a learner to use their sibling’s or another learner’s enrollment to attend class. Learns may only join a live meeting by using the green button in their class on their Outschool Learner Account. Educators are forbidden from sending links and passwords to Zoom live meetings.

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1. We welcome members from all backgrounds, beliefs, and locations and are committed to creating a safe space for our users across all pillars of diversity.

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1. Offer classes only where you have the appropriate background or expertise.

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4. Do not teach while impaired and do not model any behavior that a student age 18 or younger is restricted from doing.  

5. Respond promptly to parent questions and requests.

6. Communicate with parents and learners in a professional manner, both in messages and in-class.

7. Keep all communications on our platform; never provide personal contact information to parents or learners for “off-platform” communications, or in-person meetings (prohibited unless an Outschool-sponsored event). 

8. Adhere to our class content policy by only offering secular, objective, age-appropriate classes

9. Create a safe and welcoming space for learners and families from all backgrounds, beliefs, and locations.
All sources are scholarly peer reviewed and checked for accuracy by the teacher. This is a history and culture class that is completely secular. 
가입일: February, 2019
5.0
522수강 후기
인기 선생님
프로필
교사 전문성 및 자격증
Doctoral Degree
Master's Degree Education에
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👋 Howdy, Aloha, Bonjour, Namaste, Oi, Kon'nichiwa, Hola, Bonsaw, Salve, Shalom, & G'Day, & Hello There,

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₩100

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1회 수업
80분

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연령: 13-18
수업당 학습자 3-15 명

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