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Young Patriot's American History

Young Patriot’s American History

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Ages: Best for 8-13

Price: $99 for the semester; one price for the family

You are enrolling in one semester of a one-year class, Young Patriot’s American History. This class is a survey of the major events that have shaped America.  Young Patriots will love the live, interactive format, and will enjoy researching the events that have built our great nation.

This class is designed to be a broad survey of American history that will help students understand what life was like at the founding of America, and to compare that time to the present.

*The first semester will cover Columbus to the ratification of the U.S. Constitution.

*The second semester will cover the development of the new nation under the Constitution through the Civil War, and completion of the Transcontinental Railroad in 1869.

This course and course text takes the view point that, in general, America has been an incredible force for liberty in the world. We won’t teach that America is always right, but we also won’t teach that America is always wrong. We’ll look at America’s founding documents to discover the great legacy of liberty that they intended to leave for us. As students uncover the events of American History, they will evaluate whether or not that legacy of liberty was maintained and preserved through it all.

Your student will love the live class format, where they can interact with the teacher, and with fellow students.

What we’ll cover in this course:

  • PowerPoint lessons in our live classes
  • Learn about the Presidents
  • State flag notebook project
  • Geography exercises
  • Research and discussion of major events in history to allow students to form their own opinions
  • Current event write-ups for older students
  • View and evaluate original source documents from time periods we will cover: political cartoons, speeches, music, artwork, newspapers, etc.
  • Periodic writing assignments
  • Semester timeline project – students will be encouraged to learn to identify the general time period when major historical events took place
  • Word search puzzles and various games in class to help reinforce the terms and topics covered

Students will be able to ask questions, and create brief research projects to present in class.

This is going to be an engaging way for your student(s) to learn a Patriot’s view of American History! Enroll now, and invite a friend to join you.

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