History helps us to learn about the past, understand the present, and prepare for the future. Most of the current political, economic, and social conditions in the United States today can be traced back to our beginning. In this course, we will examine some of the major developments in our nation’s past and ask some essential questions about them. While some historical facts are clear, other aspects of history require deeper critical analysis. Sometimes, we need to evaluate facts and weigh evidence. The important thing to remember is that history always raises questions, but also provides clues to help answer them.
- Composition Book or Spiral
- Notebook Paper
- Pencil (Pen is ok, but not for tests)
- Netbook (EVERY DAY)
- Textbook (supplied in class and online)
- Glue (optional)
- Colored Pencils (optional)
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