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History • Series

High School United States History

Next session on Apr 20, 2024

Jeremy L

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Series Details

About

This series is composed of all the topics typically taught in both a U.S History I and II. So, we are going to be covering the entirety of the history of the United States, form 1491 to the present.

We will be covering the following periods:
--US History I--
-World Collisions (1491-1607)
-The Colonial Americas (1607-1754)
- Roadmap to Revolution (1754-1800)
-*CURRENT ERA* The Early Republic (1800-48)
-The Civil War Era (1844-77)
-The Gilded Age (1865-98)

--US History II--
-Rise to World Power (1890-1945)
-The Postwar Era (1945-80)
-The Modern Era (1980-2024)

✋ ATTENDANCE POLICY

Please do not miss more than 3 sessions and message the tutor if you cannot make it to get your absence excused! I will host Catchup sessions by request if you are absent from a session.

Dates

February 3 - September 7

Learners

4 / 30

Total Sessions

49

About the Tutor

I am a rising 11th grader. I have a passion for computer science, astronomy, and history. I am joining Schoolhouse to be able to share some of my knoweldge with others who need it the most, while at the same time trying to get help in areas I need help in as well. Science education in the U.S. is really dumbed down and slow, so I taught myself some advanced topics for an 11th grader thanks to how accessible all this information is nowadays, especially Khan Academy! I speak English fluently; read and speak Spanish really well, although I can't speak it too fast because I start stuttering; and am learning French (A2)

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Upcoming Sessions

23
20
Apr

Session 27

US History

The Early Republic:
4.2B James Knox Polk and Manifest Destiny
21
Apr

Session 28

US History

The Early Republic:
4.3A Culture and Early Reform in the Ealy 1800s
27
Apr

Session 29

Review

Personal Progress Check in The Early Republic!
28
Apr

Session 30

US History

The Civil War Era:
5.1 A Abolition, Slavery, and the Compromise of 1850
4
May

Session 31

US History

The Civil War Era:
5.1B Civil War's Eve
5
May

Session 32

US History

The Civil War Era:
5.2A The Civil War
11
May

Session 33

US History

The Civil War Era:
5.3A Reconstruction
12
May

Session 34

Review

Personal Progress Check for The Civil War Era!
18
May

Session 35

US History

The Gilded Age:
6.1A Introduction to the GIlded Age
19
May

Session 36

US History

The Gilded Age:
6.2A The South after the Civil War
27
Jul

Session 37

US History

The Gilded Age:
6.3A The American West
28
Jul

Session 38

Review

Personal Progress Check for The Gilded Age!
3
Aug

Session 39

US History

Rise to World Power:
7.1A Imperialism
4
Aug

Session 40

US History

Rise to World Power:
7.1B Progressivism
10
Aug

Session 41

US History

Rise to World Power:
7.2A The First World War
11
Aug

Session 42

US History

Rise to World Power:
7.3A 1920s: The Nineteenth Amendment, The Reemergence of the Ku Klux Klan, Prohibition, and More
17
Aug

Session 43

US History

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18
Aug

Session 44

US History

4.2A World War II
24
Aug

Session 45

Review

Personal progress check for Rise to World Power (1890-1945)!
25
Aug

Session 46

US History

5.1A Introduction to the Postwar Era
31
Aug

Session 47

US History

5.2A The United States in the 1950s
1
Sep

Session 48

US History

5.3A The Civil Rights Movement
7
Sep

Session 49

Review

Mid-unit Personal Progress Check for Introduction to the Postwar War Era, The United States in the 1950s, and The Civil Rights Movement

Past Sessions

26
3
Feb

Session 1

Orientation

World Collisions:
1.1A Historian Thoughts
5
Feb

Session 2

US History

World Collisions:
1.2A Native American Societies Before European Contact
10
Feb

Session 3

US History

World Collisions:
1.2B European and African Societies Before Contact
11
Feb

Session 4

US History

World Collisions:
1.3A Christopher Columbus and Motivations for European Conquest
17
Feb

Session 5

US History

World Collisions:
1.3B The Columbian Exchange, Spanish Exploration, and Conquest
18
Feb

Session 6

US History

World Collisions:
1.4A Labour, Slavery, and Caste in the Spanish Colonial System
24
Feb

Session 7

Catchup

Requested session for topic 1.4A Labour, Slavery, and Caste in the Spanish Colonial System. Intended for anyone who was absent, and is optional

Session 8

Review

Personal Progress Check questions for World Collisions!
25
Feb

Session 9

US History

Colonial United States:
2.1A Early Colonisation Projects
2
Mar

Session 10

US History

Colonial United States:
2.2A Jamestown
3
Mar

Session 11

US History

Colonial United States
2.2B Slavery in the British Colonies
10
Mar

Session 12

US History

The Colonial Americas:
2.3A Colonial North America

Session 13

Review

Personal Progress Check questions for The Colonial Americas!
16
Mar

Session 14

Catchup

Requested catchup session for 2.3A Colonial North America (Optional, does not count against attendance policy.)

Session 15

US History

Roadmap to Revolution:
3.1A Seven Years' War
17
Mar

Session 16

US History

Roadmap to Revolution:
3.1B Prelude to Revolution
23
Mar

Session 17

Catchup

Requested session for 3.1B Prelude to Revolution (Optional, does not count against attendence policy)

Session 18

US History

Roadmap to Revolution:
3.1C The American Revolution
24
Mar

Session 19

US History

Roadmap to Revolution:
3.2A Nation Creation
30
Mar

Session 20

Review

Personal Progress Check questions for Roadmap to Revolution!
31
Mar

Session 21

Catchup

Requested session for 3.2A Nation Creation for make-ups (Optional, does not account against attendence policy)

Session 22

US History

The Early Republic:
4.1A Jefferson's Election and Presidency
6
Apr

Session 23

US History

The Early Republic:
4.1B The War of 1812
7
Apr

Session 24

US History

The Early Republic:
4.1C The 1820s and the Market Revolution
13
Apr

Session 25

US History

The Early Republic:
4.2A The Age of Jackson
14
Apr

Session 26

US History

The Early Republic:
4.2A The Age of Jackson

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