Social Studies
HIGH SCHOOL AMERICAN HISTORY
Teacher:                 Tammy Graber                           Email: [email protected]
Grades:                  9-12                                            Class Limit: 5-10
Time:                      Tuesday & Thursday 8:30 9:05 AM
Textbook:              Exploring World History (part 1& 2) and In Their Words (2014 Edition)
Prerequisite:          Jr. High History
Supply Fees:         $50.00        
Total Class Fees:  $855.00 – 9 Monthly Payments of $95.00 as follows:
                                Teacher:                  $55.00/month payable to Teacher
                                Operational Fee:     $40.00/month payable to CEC
 
Providing students with an overview of American history from Columbus to the present day, Exploring America from a Notgrass Company is a full-year high school course that presents US history from a Christian perspective.  
This course is comprised of two primary texts and a volume of primary documents (“American Voices”). Each textbook unit is filled with conversational chapters and many full-color photographs of archival images, artifacts, and locations. In addition to reading the narrative about events, issues, and people, students will read original documents, speeches, poems, and stories in American Voices.
American Voices: Original Documents, Speeches, Poems, Stories, and Hymns from American History is a collection of primary works collected to use along with Notgrass Company Exploring American history curriculum. Covering Columbus to present day, this book contains the Mayflower Compact, poems by Phillis Wheatley, Thomas Jefferson’s First Inaugural Address, Poems by Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr., excerpts from de Tocqueville’s Democracy in America, Emerson’s Concord Hymn, Of Booker T. Washington an Others by WEB Du Bois, FDR’s First Inaugural Address, excerpts from the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court Decision, “A Republican Contract with America,”. “A Defense of Conservatism” by Clarence Thomas, and more.
The Exploring American History Student Review includes review questions (covering each lesson, selected readings from American Voices). The Quiz and Exam Book contains history quizzes for each unit and six comprehensive exams in history.
Students will need to purchase textbooks listed above and a 1” binder for this class.
Field trips: Ancient Cherokee Days- Friday, October 5th, 2018
                    Tulsa Historical Society & Museum (Spring Semester)
 
 HIGH SCHOOL WORLD HISTORY
Teacher:                 Tammy Graber                           Email: [email protected]
Grades:                  9-12                                            Class Limit: 5-10
Time:                      Tuesday & Thursday 9:55-11:15 AM
Textbook:              Exploring World History (part 1& 2) and In Their Words (2014 Edition)
Prerequisite:          Jr. High History
Supply Fees:         $50.00        
Total Class Fees:  $855.00 – 9 Monthly Payments of $95.00 as follows:
                                Teacher:                  $55.00/month payable to Teacher
                                Operational Fee:     $40.00/month payable to CEC
 
Notgrass History’s Exploring World History curriculum, covers creation through the present day for a full year high school world history course written from a Christian perspective.
Each unit is filled with enjoyable chapters and many full-color photographs of archival images, artifacts, and locations. Students will read narrative-based chapters that cover some of the world’s most important events, issue, and peoples. This book also references classic literature (in separate books that are not included) that help bring to life the time periods they are studying. Units begin with reading from the book In Their Words. This updated 2014 edition features hundreds of color illustrations and photographs. In addition to a thorough survey of Western Civilization, it offers expanded coverage of Latin America, Africa, and Asia.
 
In Their Words: Original Documents, Speeches, Poems, and Stories from World History is a collection of primary works specifically collected to use with this curriculum. Covering creation to present day, this book contains traditional Maori stories, excerpts from Josephus and Aquinas, selectins from Herodotus and The Odyssey, The Edict of Milan by Constantine and Licinius, Luther’s 95 Thesis, “God Moves in a Mysterious Way” by Cowper, “Mr. Gorbachev, Tear Down This Wall!” the declaration of Establishment of State of Israel, and more.
The Exploring World History Student Review includes review questions (covering each lesson, selected readings from In Their Words). The Quiz and Exam Book contains history quizzes for each unit and six comprehensive exams that cover five chapters.
Students will need to purchase textbooks listed above and a 1” binder for this class.
Field trips: Philbrook Museum of Art; Castle of Muskogee *Renaissance Festival Student Day
  
JUNIOR HIGH WORLD HISTORY
Teacher:                 Tammy Graber                           Email: [email protected]
Grades:                  6-8                                              Class Limit: 5-10
Time:                      Tuesday & Thursday 12:05PM-1:25PM
Textbook:              From Adam to US Part 1 & Our Creative World
Prerequisite:         
Supply Fees:         $50.00
Total Class Fees:  $855.00 – 9 Monthly Payments of $95.00 as follows:
                                Teacher:                  $55.00/month payable to Teacher
                                Operational Fee:     $40.00/month payable to CEC
From Adam to Us Volume 1: Creation to Cathedrals will in traduce students to a\ancient civilizations, The Great Empires, the early Church, and the Middle Ages through daily lessons written in a narrative style and richly illustrated with color photographs and maps. Each Unit includes five lessons that look at biographies, landmarks, daily life, “God’s Wonders” (natural resources), and “Our World” stories (major events). Our Creative World features primary documents that accompany the curriculum, including stories, poems, documents, and pictures of art, artifacts, and architecture. In addition, students will complete review assignments, map work, timelines, and tests.  Supply fees include student workbooks, map book, timeline book, and in-class activities. Students will need to purchase textbooks listed above and a class binder.
Field trips: Castle of Muskogee *Renaissance Festival Student Day
  
OKLAHOMA HISTORY/AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
Teacher:                 Samuel Greer           Email: [email protected]
Grades:           9-12                          Class Limit: 5-15
Time:              Wednesday 8:30-9: 50 am                  
Prerequisite:
Supply Fee: $110 * students will need to purchase a binder for each class
Class Fee: $468 - 9 payments of $52.00 as follows:
                    Teacher:                                   $32.00/month payable to Teacher
                    Operational Fee:       $20.00/month payable to CEC
 
This course is divided into two semesters. 
1st-Oklahoma History:          An in-depth study of the history of Oklahoma covers a broad timeline including early European settlers and Native American roots.  Students will also learn about the state’s government, geography, industries, agriculture, events and important historical figures.  An end of semester project along with exams and discussions completes the course content. Students will use the following text: “Oklahoma History in Light of the Cross-Student Workbook”, copyright by Kenneth Clayton Davis. 
2nd-American Government: In this course, students will be given a deeper understanding and appreciation for The Constitution.  They will learn about its background, how it was constructed, and it's fundamental principles. Influences from historical documents, Supreme Court decisions and Christianity will be included.  Discussions involving current events will help students translate The Constitution into the modern era. Course content will include projects and exams. Students will use the following text: “Foundation for Freedom: A Study of the United States Constitution,” copyright by Christian Liberty Press.