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  • 11th
  • Credit=1 (2 Semesters)


Pre-Requisite:   None

Course Description:    This integrated approach offers a comprehensive study of the development of American culture from the Colonial Era to the present. Students study both how our nation has changed over time and how it has remained true to its heritage and foundations. This study incorporates literature to address key themes, ideas, and developments in the American experience. In addition, you will study the structure of the American Government in order to prepare you to become a competent citizen.

Work Load:  A variety of instructional methods are employed in this course, including primary source readings, videos, independent research, simulations, debates, group work, and discussions.

Why would you be interested in the Class:   This course provides students with advanced knowledge of the individuals, events, processes, and trends inherent to U.S. history.

  • Social Studies