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Ms. Wallace's Social Studies Course
Welcome to an exciting 2010-2011 school year. It is an absolute honor and privilege to be able to present U.S. history in an honest, ethical and engaging fashion. I look forward to all of my students giving 100% of their effort to successfully passing this course. Again WELCOME!!!!!!
This course introduces main themes in the history of the United States from the early American to the present. Not only will students study the actions of presidents and important people, but we will also look at how common people lived and behaved. We will compare the different experiences of various ethnic, religious, and racial groups, social classes, and women. This course will introduce the concepts, materials, and tools employed in the discipline of history, and also help develop writing and other skills used in the study of history. By the end of the course students should have practiced and developed the ability to think clearly and critically, ask questions, read historical materials intelligently, and express your ideas in a logical manner.
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