Friday, January 6, 2012

Online History Course for Catholic Homeschoolers

Ancient and Classical Times, semester 2

Description: Beginning where semester one left things, this course covers the Hellenistic period in the Mediterranean and the story of Rome up to the Incarnation. The course will include readings, lectures, study questions, essays, field assignments, quizzes, and tests. Readings will be drawn from various sources. Lectures will cover both specific themes and the overarching narrative of history.

(This is a Cultural History and Dialectical Enrichment course.)

Instructor: Kenneth Rolling, M.A.

Age Range: 7th-9th grades

Live Class Time: 12:00 pm ET Wednesdays

Course Information Packet: Ancient and Classical Times, Semester Two

Pre-requisite: None.

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