Syllabus for 00E-Fall 2019-Survey of American History I.pdf...

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Course SyllabusJump to TodayContact InformationInstructorName: Dr Barry MortonPhone Number: 765-401-4672Email (Ivy Tech Email): [email protected]Office Hours: Text between 9am-9pm to see if I am freeInstructor’s SupervisorName:Sheryl AzbellPhone Number:574-753-5101 ext 2282Email (Ivy Tech Email):[email protected]Office/Campus Location:Logansport 261Ivy Tech Technical Support: Help DeskPhone: 1-888-IVY-LINE (1-888-489-5463), select option 4Visit the Student Help Center()Submit a Help Ticket()Ivy Tech Online Learning SupportName:Evan Kinch / Ashley SwingPhone Number:765-252-5587 / 765-252-5588Email (Ivy Tech Email):[email protected](mailto:[email protected])Office/Campus Location: M221P/M221QOffice Hours: Evan Wed-Fri 8-5/Ashley Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 9-4Disabilities Support ContactContact Disabilities Support Services (DSS)()Required Text & MaterialsTitle:American People: Creating a Nation and a Society. (Concise Volume 1 To 1877)Author: Gary B. Nash, Julie R. Jeffrey, et alEdition: 8(2017)Publisher: PearsonISBN: 9780135571019 (Print Rental)th
See Recommendations for Book Ordering(?usp=sharing)Course Outline of RecordPREREQUISITES: Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of “C” or better in ENGL 093 Introduction toCollege Writing and ENGL 083 Reading Strategies for College or ENGL 095 Integrated Reading and Writing or ENGL 075 Co-requisiteIntegrated Reading and Writing.SCHOOL: Arts, Sciences , and EducationPROGRAM: Social SciencesCREDIT HOURS: 3CONTACT HOURS: Lecture: 3DATE OF LAST REVISION: Spring 2019EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS REVISION: Fall 2019CATALOG DESCRIPTION: Covers major themes and events in history from domestic and global standpoints, including exploration of the NewWorld; the colonial period; causes and results of the American Revolution; the development of the federal system of government; the growth ofdemocracy; early popular American culture; territorial expansion; slavery and its effect; reform movements, sectionalism; causes and effects ofthe Civil War.MAJOR COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Upon successful completion of this course the student will be expected to:1. Identify the principal features of the periods of United States History and determine their significance.2. Analyze the effect of the geography and ecology of the continent on the roots of American Civilization.3. Examine the on-going encounters among European, African, Asian, and American Indian cultures.4. Describe the role of religion in American life in relation to spiritual awakenings, denominational diversity, reform movements, and family lifefrom earliest time through the Civil War.

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