Acellus U.S. History I covers the development of the United States from the early settlement of the continent through the assasination of Abraham Lincoln and the end of the Civil War. Acellus U.S. History I is the first in a two-part series that provides high school students with a good foundation in the history of this country. Course topics include: Peopling the Americas -- Three Worlds Meet, The American Colonies Emerge, Life in the American Colonies, The War for Independence, A New Nation, Launching the New Nation Nationalism and Sectionalism, Reforming American Society, Expanding West, The Union in Peril, The Civil War. Acellus U.S. History I is A-G Approved through the University of California.
Internet access, Computer, paper, pencil, household items, and appropriate text.
Pacing of the content is set. The course content and LMS are available with the URL and personal password. Students can access course content 24 hours a day, 7 days a week where the internet is accessible.
Student participation in this course is documented by the following:
- Student active time in course logged by the learning management system.
- Coursework submissions recorded by the learning management system.
- Attendance verified weekly by teacher.
- Participation verified by the virtual education teacher for time spent working offline.
- Academic-based communication between the student and virtual education teacher or learning coach and virtual education teacher.
- Participation time will be recorded by weekly attendance and or cumulative progress.
- Synchronous time with the class, a group or the virtual education teacher recorded by the learning management system or teacher.
- When this course is taken by a student in a school with a district-assigned learning coach, seat time attendance may be used to document participation.
- The virtual education teacher verifies participation in the course 1-3 times a week.
- Estimated time to complete course is 50-100 hours. Teacher verification of participation weekly. Some form of weekly communication between student/parent and teacher via phone, zoom, email or in person.