Class Instructor: Jon Streeter »
Class Grade Level(s) Offered: 9th-12th Grade
Credit Hours: 1
Class Day(s): Monday and Wednesday
Class Period(s): 10:30-11:20 am
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Additional Cost: $25.00 supply/map fee
Minimum Number of Students: 4
Maximum Number of Students: 20
This is a second semester class.
The World Wars class is a single semester college-level survey of history’s deadliest thirty years. Students will learn about the causes, courses, and outcomes of the two world ward, as well as the mistakes that led humanity to proceed from the Great War to its greatest war. The class will also teach lessons on leadership by examining the key figures involved in this period of history that can be applied to their daily lives. Coursework will be limited to in-class participation, short writing assignments, and a final paper at the end of the semester.
Please note the prerequisite below.
Two books are required:
A Short History of World War I by James Stokesbury (ISBN 0688001297)
A Short History of World War II by James Stokesbury (ISBN 0688085873
A middle school or high school American history course covering the years 1914-1945 is a prerequisite for taking this class.Register Now »