Honors U.S. History I and II: Full Year Course
Face to Face Online Course in real time, taught by a state certified Teacher of Social Studies.
IOE is Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools accredited.
- Free online orientation introduces tools of 21st Century online platform to all enrolled students before course begins
- Via online platform, teacher participates in Back to School Night to provide course overview to parents
- Course is integrated into district's bell schedule
- Every lesson is recorded and provided to students as a study artifact
- Online gradebook allows students and parents to track academic progress
- 24 hour tech support included
- Course is accessible anywhere with Internet connectivity: school computer labs, student home, and libraries
This honors level course offers a study of American History from the Colonial Period through the period of the “Modern Era”. The organization of the course may be topical or chronological, and utilizes primary and secondary source materials in researching and interpreting historical problems and issues. This course will ask students to engage in the critical reading of primary and secondary documents, to think critically and write extensively while examining such topics as the American Revolution, the Constitution, Westward Expansion, Civil War and Reconstruction, the Emergence of Modern America through the 1920s, World War I, the Great Depression and the New Deal, World War II, the Cold War and the Civil Rights Movement. Students should be self-motivated and interested in American History.