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Course SummaryIf you teach US History look no further, this course is an essential tool for anyone looking to improve their US History teaching methods. With online video lessons and self-assessment quizzes at your finger tips you'll notice your lesson quality improving in no time.
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About This Course
For this course we'll explore lesson plans that you can use for your US History class. Made for teachers just like you, this course will cover how to approach the essential topics of US History prior to 1860 and improve your lesson quality.
How It Works
Simply click on the lesson of the topic you're hoping to develop a lesson plan for or go through all of the lessons in the course, the choice is up to you. This flexibility means that our lessons are tailored to meet your needs and our short video lessons from professional instructors are designed to help you improve your teaching methods. Just some of the features of this course include:
- Concise video lessons that are informative and helpful
- Video tags that make it easy to jump from concept to concept
- Accurate video transcripts make it easy for you to follow along
- Quizzes at the end of each lesson will help you track your progress
- Access to these lessons anytime, anywhere
How It Helps
- Proven strategies: We'll give you proven lesson plans and strategies that you can use for your US History course.
- Better student performance: By helping you focus your lectures on key points you'll see your student's test scores improve.
- Improves student understanding: These proven methods will help your students better understand US History.
- Classroom participation: We'll show you ways to encourage students to participate during classroom discussions.
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