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    Course Description: This course teaches the intricacies of the different levels of government in United States of America. The constitution The Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches The history of U.S. government Protecting the American spirit How does the United States interact with international powers? What is the purpose of the government during times of crisis? Explore your government up close in this course. American Government teaches the roles and responsibilities of the Executive Branch, the Legislative Branch, and the Judicial Branch, and how they interact. Students explore how outside factors such as special interest groups and the media affect the government. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Course Description: American History 1 covers our nation’s history from Native Americans through Reconstruction. The first Americans The Thirteen Colonies The Revolutionary War The Civil War This is the first of two American History courses covered in middle school. American History 1 covers our nation's history from Native Americans through Reconstruction. It is a chronological progression through the infant years of our nation. Explore how our nation began, the battles fought and the genius minds that formed the Land of the Free. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Course Description: Urban Growth The Way West Impact of Industry World Wars 1 and 2 This course is a continuation of American History 1, reviewing the Civil War and Westward Expansion, progressing into modern history. American History 2 explores issues that occur when a country is a world leader. Highlighting many of the key events of the 20th Century such as the World Wars, The Great Depression and The Cold War through the Bush Presidency and 9/11, this course examines American actions and the consequences that are still affecting us today. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Course Description: Ancient America The ancient Mideast Ancient Europe Cultural Comparisons Do you ever think about how the very first group of people lived and survived before there was any technology? Do you ever wonder how language developed or who discovered fire? Ancient Civilizations provides an exciting look into the world's very first cultures. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Course Description: Wars of Religion The Age of Reason National Developments across Europe The World Wars AP European History is a comprehensive guide that leads students through the rich and varied history of Europe from the time of the Roman Empire to beyond the Renaissance. While progressing through the various historic periods, students will gain an understanding of and appreciation for the epic development of Western Civilization. Additionally, students will gain a better understanding of the world today, as well as many of the contemporary issues at hand. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Course Description: This course is a high level in depth view of American History. The beginnings of the United States The Civil War and Reconstruction The World Wars The Cold War and beyond AP U.S. History is an exciting journey through the history of the United States from the time of its initial discovery to present day events and issues. As an AP course, the depth of study is further reaching and more focused than a typical high school level U.S. History course. Students will immerse themselves in thoughtful and engaging studies, as they consider the ideas and events which have shaped the nation. The course also features a myriad of videos and websites to enhance the learning experience, and to enable the students to internalize and process their lessons in a meaningful and lasting manner. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Economics Online Course

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    Course Description: This course will prepare the student to deal with the economics of day to day life and more. Microeconomics Macroeconomics Economics and the U.S. government Economic policy and regulation Welcome to an introduction to the study of economics. Students will become familiar with the language of economics and investigate the difference between microeconomics and macroeconomics. Students will also examine the impact of the economy on the U.S. government. Students should possess basic algebra skills for success in this course. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Course Description: Travel around the world with Global Studies. Learn about the global humanity from geographic, historic, and political perspectives. Historical trends, research assignments, and current international issues are highlights of this course. Are you fascinated by other cultures from around the world? In this eBook, you will explore the vast reaches of this amazing planet, you will meet the peoples, and you will become familiar with how they live. Taking full advantage of internet sources and rich multimedia presentations, you can climb to the peak of Mt. Everest, hunt for food with the indigenous peoples of the Amazon, or stand amidst the bustling streets of Cairo Egypt on your way to see the great pyramids. This eBook offers you an exciting view of the peoples, the places and the rich cultural traditions from around the world. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Course Description God created us to depend on the environment for survival. Without nature, humans would have no food or water, no medicines, no energy. The goal of Our Friend, the Environment is to instill within every student an appreciation for the synergy of the world around us.   SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Course Description: Communities Civil rights Government’s part Where I live American Wonders highlights aspects of national pride, from our government to Civil Rights and female leaders. This course weaves together American threads so students can see the how groups of people, the law, geography, and economics all work together to create a great nation. This course produces responsible, active citizens following God's will for our nation. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Course Description: Take an exciting geographic trip around this awe inspiring planet’s culture and people. The United States and North America Central and South America Africa Traveling and exploration Beyond the Sea takes students on a 180-day whirlwind trip around the world. From the Antarctica to Zimbabwe, students will be immersed in the culture and lifestyles of the children whose lives they will be reading about. Students will become globally informed, ethically conscious and socially aware of the many issues facing the inhabitants of God's world. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Course Description: Native Americans and Columbus The Revolutionary War era The Civil War era The 20th Century Adventures Through History provides a chronological, comprehensive overview of U.S. History. Students will explore Native Americans, conquering Europeans, and the gradual progression of our nation through war and the rise of technology. Get ready for an American timeline experience! SUPPORT MATERIALS