Junior B History

The 1800s, as taught by Becky Williams, will be full of exciting events!  America moved out to become the most powerful nation of the world after the Constitution created the first free people in modern times.  This 1800s course is divided into Decades, with 3 weeks being spent on each decade. Week #1 discusses world events; Week #2 discusses happenings in America;  Week #3 covers the establishment and development of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  Students of other faiths are welcome to join this class, but if they wish they can study about their own religion instead during this week of history lessons.

$40.00 / month

This is a Core Class, which is included if you purchase the Bundle.
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  1.  The 1700s, “Let Freedom Ring,” class is the first in a 3-part series.  Students learn about the beginnings of America, its struggles for freedom, the anarchy that followed the Revolutionary War, and the peace that the Founders’ Constitution brought to the country.  Students have a 2-volume workbook with activities, stories,  and coloring pages that enhance their experience of our nation’s beginnings.
  2.  The 1800s, “Faith in Every Footstep,” continues the nation’s saga as people move to the West.  The information is organized into decades, 3 weeks on each decade.  For week 1, they learn what was happening in the world during that decade, week two concerns American History, and week three is a study of the establishment and growth of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during that time.  Students who are not members of the LDS religion are welcome to attend class during that week, or they can use that time to study on their own the history of their own religion if they wish.
  3. The 1900s, “Light of the World,” class is the third in a 3-part series.  Students have a workbook where they have activities for learning about the 1900s when America became the “the most powerful nation in the world.  The information is organized into decades, 3 weeks on each decade.  For week 1, they learn what was happening in the world during that decade, week two concerns American History, and week three is a study of the growth of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during that time.  Students who are not members of the LDS religion are welcome to attend class during that week, or they can use that time to study on their own the history of their own religion if they wish.

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