The U.S. History: Colonial America-1877, is designed to help students in grades 9-12 engage and understand significant events, peoples, ideas, and eras of the second half of the American history survey. Content is divided into 10 modules explored over a 4 week session. Major political, social, economic, cultural, and military events are analyzed in the context of United States domestic, international, and global affairs.
All course material is included within the online course. There is no need to purchase textbooks or material of any kind.
Please note if the student is taking this course for credit recovery, it is advised that you check with the student's school to confirm that the topics covered (see course syllabus) match those required by the school. You may also want to confirm with the school the process for receiving credits, which may involve an assessment administered separately by the school.
Students understand significant events, peoples, ideas, and eras of the second half of the American history survey.
7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
Summer 17 Session 1, Summer 17 Session 2
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Middle States Commission on Secondary Schools, AdvancED, Summer Courses Certified by NCAA for Credit Recovery (VHS School Code: 221356)