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This course is a literature-based supplement to Family Partnership's U.S. History course. It parallels 11th grade English by linking readings from The Grapes of Wrath—by John Steinbeck—to significant events in the history of the United States.
This course is a literature-based supplement to Family Partnership's World History Course. It parallels the 10th grade World Literature course by using A Tale of Two Cities—by Charles Dickens—as the primary reading material.
An interdisciplinary course that connects the novel-The Good Earth-with the historical context of the novel's setting to both 10th grade World History and English Literature.
This course will teach historical events and human behavior from the social scientist's perspective. Students will be expected to understand what economics are and what economists do. This includes an understanding of the factors or production: the history of economics from the beginning of time to the present, the theory and theorists of economics, and the role of governments. This is an online course.