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"The only thing we learn from history is that we learn nothing from history."
I am Russell Reinhardt, this is my 34th year to teach. This is my 18th year to be a member of the Holland High School Staff. I graduated from Texas A&M with a History and Social Science Composite degree.
My wife, Joyce, and I have been married for 26 years, we have 2 sons, and 2 grandchildren.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me.
United States History Since 1877 Course Outline
The study of history helps society remember where society has been and where it is going. Our own lives would be meaningless if one had no memory of who you were or what you had done. Every society looks to its history for a sense of identity. This course will look at events, through: text, maps, charts, graphs, political cartoons, and historical cartoons to see where our country has been and where it is going. The student goal is to become prepared for the End of Course (EOC) that will be taken in the spring of next year.
The Course Units are:
I. Foundations: Background to American History Prior to 1877
II. American Society in Transition
III. Industrialization and the "Gilded Age"
IV. The Progressive Era
V. America Builds an Empire
VI. America in World War I
VII. The "Roaring Twenties"
VIII. The Great Depression and the New Deal
IX. America in World War II
X. America During the Cold War
XI. The Civil Rights Years
XII. The Sixties: A Decade of Protest and Change
XIII. Crisis and Resurgence, 1969-2000
XIV. America in the New Millenium
Grades determination: 50% Exam and 50% Daily Work
U.S. Government Course Outline
Government class is a 1/2 year class during the fall semester. The focus is on the principles and beliefs upon which the United States was founded, and on the structure, functions, and powers of government at national, state and local levels. A significant focus of the course is on the U.S. Constitution, its underlying principles and ideas, and the form of government it created. Students will analyze major concepts of republicanism, federalism, checks and balances, separation of powers, popular sovereignty, and individual rights. The U.S. government system will be compared and contrasted with other political systems. In today's world, Americans recognize more than ever the need to become informed, participating citizens committed to the principles and beliefs of American democracy. On Fridays during the semester, class discussion will center on current events in the week's news.
I. Foundations of Government
III. The Constitution
IV. Structure and Powers of Congress
V. Executive Structure and Function
VI. Judicial Branch Systems
VII. Constitutional Freedoms
VIII. Participating in Government
IX. Government in Action by Policy Making
Grade determined by: Daily Work 50% and Exams 50%
Foundations in Personal Finance Course Outline
This course is designed to fulfill the students economics credit. It is 90 day course that will be done in the spring semester of the school year. Learning how to mange your money is one of the most important skills one can have. Why? Because your financial decisions will have long-term consequences, either good or bad. The course is designed by the Ramsey Education Solutions team that empowers high school students to make sound financial decisions for life. The course is a video format with discussion to follow each segment. Students will be given a workbook to follow along in each segment.
1. Introduction to Personal Finance
5. Life After High School
6. Consumer Awareness
7. Bargain Shopping
8. Investing and Retirement
10. Money and Relationships
11. Careers and Taxes
Grade determined by Exam 50% and Daily Work 50%
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