The Medieval History course will examine world cultures and turning points in history from the end of the Roman Empire through the Middle Ages and up to and including the Renaissance, the Reformation, and the Enlightenment. Students will utilize practical applications of the writing process. Themes include world religions, geography, economics, government, and achievements. Skills emphasized include critical thinking, reading, writing, outlining, note taking, writing composition, and collaborative learning; such role playing and interactive games.
Required Material: Textbook: The Mystery Of History, Volume 2: The Early Church and the Middle Ages (9781892427069) by Linda Lacour Hobar. ... ISBN-13: 9781892427069 ; 1" Binder; Adam of the Road by EJ Gray (Puffin Modern Classics);The Door in the Wall by Marguerite de Angeli
Other Information: Faith Based No Charter Funds Tuition $290.00 /16 week semester (included $25.00 for Supply Fee)
Deposit: $50.00 nonrefundable deposit will be required upon registration.