8th U.S. History: Semester 2

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to do the following:

  1. Describe historical events that led to the development of America, its people, and its government.
  2. Describe history from a variety of viewpoints.
  3. Use skills that will help you in other areas of your education and life.

Course Materials

  • The units contain all of the material that you will need to successfully complete the unit quizzes and the final examination.
  • Reliable access to a computer and internet.

8th U.S. History: Semester 1

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to do the following:

  1. Understand historical events that led to the development of America, its people, and its government.
  2. View history from a variety of viewpoints.
  3. Use skills that will help you in other areas of your education and life.

Course Materials

You will need access to a good atlas of the United States.

Reliable access to a computer and internet.

Science 8: Semester 2

Learning Outcomes

There are four main areas that you should master during this course:

  • Describe the theories accounting for the history of the earth.
  • Explain the air, weather, and water patterns of Earth.
  • Describe the movement of Earth’s continents and the origin of volcanoes and earthquakes.
  • Distinguish between rocks and minerals and describe how both are formed.

Course Materials

  • There is no textbook that goes along with this course; it is a self-contained course. All of the information you need can be found in the units throughout this course.

Required Resources

Reliable access to a computer and internet.

Science 8: Semester 1

Course Learning Outcomes

There are four main areas that you should master during this course:

  1. Describe the organization of the world around us, first on an atomic level, and then on a macroscopic, familiar level (from atoms to objects we use daily).
  2. Explain and provide several examples of different types of energy and discuss how energy changes from one form to another.
  3. Identify and utilize simple machines in everyday life.
  4. Define motion and the various items that affect motion.

Course Materials

  • You will not need a textbook to complete this course. All of the information you need is in the lessons.

Required Resources

Reliable access to a computer and internet.

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