European History – New Live Classes for 2016-17!
To understand the world we live in, including America, the student of history must study Europe. Europe is America’s “mother continent.” It is also the culture that dominated the world for four hundred years, and spread its form of government to the far corners of the globe. The story of Europe, from the fall of Rome to the present day supranational union is a crucial building-block for students looking to grasp how our world came to be, and where it is going. MP3 and MP4 recordings for 2015-16. [Syllabi: Elementary | Junior High | High School ]
Available as Live Webex classes and recordings in Youtube (MP4) screencast for 2016-17.
The core program for all levels will meet three days a week, Monday-Wednesday.
Class times are as follows:
- Elementary (2nd – 6th grade): 10-10:30 am (Pacific) / 1-1:30 pm (Eastern)
- Jr/Sr High (7th grade+ ): 11-11:45 am (Pacific) / 2-2:45 pm (Eastern)
There will also be a weekly, optional History Through Art seminar on Thursdays, scheduled at the regular class time and additional time slots via Outschool.com. Registration will be available in advance and at a discount to HAOH clients, or on-demand via Outschool.com.
Finally, writing workshops will feature as a regular component of the course, offered in monthly installments, and on-demand.