MID SOCS 8A / Print

This course provides an in-depth study of American history from 1530 to 1816, beginning with the Colonial Period and continuing through the American Revolution, the creation of the Republic through the writing and ratification of the Constitution, and the Jefferson era. Colonization, relationships between ethnic and cultural groups, cause and effect, significant individuals and events, Supreme Court decisions, and even geographical factors are examined. Some lessons require use of map pencils and watercolors. Note: Due to the nature of the lesson assignments for this course, we are unable to accept assignments submitted via e-mail. View TEKS.

Required textbooks (Sold separately):
  • Appleby, Brinkley, Broussard, McPherson, and Ritchie (2003). The American Republic to 1877. Columbus, Ohio: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill. ISBN 0-07-826476-6
Course: MID SOCS 8A / Print
Schedule Number: 8978
Instructor(s): Michael Stewart
Casey Loafman
Units: 0.5 Academic Credits
Lessons/Exams: 8 lessons, 1 final exam
Tuition & Mandatory Fees:
       6th - 8th Grade Courses $185.00
       Course Guide - Soc 8A Sch. 8978 v3.0 $0.00
       Print Course Surcharge - Print course fee $25.00