Jr. High World History
Tutor: Kim Witthuhn
Email: kim.witthuhn@chatclasses.com
Length: Full Year Class Period: Thursday, period 1

Description: This course will follow the development of human civilization from the beginning of recorded history to the Industrial Revolution (1st semester) and from World War I to present day (2nd semester). Through engaging activities and projects, students will learn the basic patterns of human history, and be familiar with significant people, events, locations, and themes throughout each period studied.

Note:  This class, along with the Jr. High Cultural Geography class, completes the Social Studies track for middle school.

Tutor: Kim Witthuhn works as a professional editor and has taught literature, writing, grammar, history, and geography at various homeschool organizations over the last 20 years, including homeschooling her own children. She is also a career consultant and enjoys helping people discover the unique design God gave them. She is passionate about helping students enjoy learning and knowing God better by studying His Word and the world He created. Mrs. Witthuhn graduated from Concordia University with a BA in English and Social Science Education. She lives in Eden Prairie with her husband and two of her four children and enjoys studying the Bible, reading, learning, and spending time with family.

Cost:  $225, $235 or $245 per semester (depending on registration date)
Grades 7-8

Prerequisite: None
Homework: Approximately 2-3 hours per week
Text (to be purchased by parents): Short Lessons in World History Fifth Edition by E. Richard Churchill and Linda R. Churchill (ISBN: 9780825164651)