Contemporary U.S. History G
- Course number:
- Part 1: T100S (Summer), T100F (Fall), T100W (Winter)
- Part 2: T102S (Summer), T102F (Fall), T02W (Winter)
- Grade(s) offered: 10
- Credits: .5 (per semester)
- Prerequisites: Human Geography and Civics; AP Human Geography. Complete Part 1 before Part 2.
Course Description: This two-semester course will provide a thematic study of persons, events and national developments in U.S. History with a focus on the 20th Century to the present. This course will prepare students for an understanding of the role of the U.S. in the world after WWI.
Instructional Methods/Assessments: Instructional methods include video lectures, text notes, oral and written presentations, discussions, cooperative and individual investigation. Assessments include daily work, tests, quizzes and proctored midterm and semester final exam.
Recommended Background for Success: Basic knowledge of U.S. geography and government.
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