More Heroes of American History (Offered SY 2023-2024)
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Through the lens of biography, this course is a study of the lives of men and women who made a difference in American history. Well-known heroes George Washington and Alexander Hamilton and lesser-known heroes like Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet and Dr. Charles Drew will be introduced in the light of the events they shaped: the founding of United States, the Civil War, and World War II. Students will work on completing outline notes, how to study for quizzes, and a variety of options to demonstrate their understanding of the week’s lesson.
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Profiles from History: Leaders Who Changed Worlds Both Large and Small, volume 3 by Ashley M. Wiggers. ISBN: 9781931397711
Becky Frank has been steeped in American History from her early days growing up on the family farm in Northeastern North Carolina. Although Barrow Creek Farm has been in her family since the 1680s, her parents were the first to live on it in three generations. On the farm she learned to milk cows, sheer sheep, and drive a tractor.
After an internship at Historic Edenton, she received a B.S. in Public History from Appalachian State University in 1992. Answering God’s call to teach in a classroom setting, she added teacher certification from East Carolina University to her degree in 1998. Becky then taught social studies in Gates County, North Carolina where her classes included U.S. History, World History, Economics, Government, and Humanities. In 2003 she married her husband John and left the classroom to start a family.
Becky has been teaching online for more than 10 years. She also homeschools her three children and is an active leader in the Children’s and Youth’s ministry at her church. She also enjoys gardening, cooking, scrapbooking and long walks with her kids and the family dog. Sharing the heritage of our great country is one of her passions as well. Her lifelong dream is to return to the family farm and make a portion of the acreage a living history site.