United States History is a two-semester survey course designed to present a panorama of American History including the key social, religious, political, and economic factors that have impacted the United States. Students examine the role of the United States in the modern world, develop an understanding of its cultural diversity, and understand its democratic and civic principles. Our exploration involves reading and interpreting primary and secondary sources, writing, discussion, group work, and projects in order to better the students’ study skills and promote critical thinking.
All students will participate in homework, classroom assignments, tests, quizzes, and projects. All students will be required to have a separate spiral bound notebook for this class where all of the students’ work will be kept and organized. Notebooks will be periodically turned in and will be graded. Late notebooks will be deducted 10% of the available points for each day they are late.
All of your students Notebook assignments can be located in our classes GOOGLE CLASSROOM. Copies of all Powerpoints, Worksheets, and links to most of the Videos that we view are stored in the GOOGLE CLASSROOM. Unfortunately, Parents dont' have direct access to GOOGLE CLASSROOM, but your Student does. Please ask your Student to log into thier GOOGLE CLASSROOM account and you will be able to see all the work in all their classes. Thank You.