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Social Studies and Cultural Exploration: Let’s Go to Europe!

  • Ages:
    Gradeschooler, Teen

In this multi-day course, students will be introduced to the basic geography of Europe, learn facts about each country, and dive deeper into the cultural practices and everyday life of the people who live there. Each meeting with start with a short lecture about the topic of the day using fun and interactive screen presentations. The students will then be prompted to interact with each other (and the teacher) in a series of verbal knowledge-reinforcing exercises and discussions. Every class will end with completing a *printable* activity together.
NOTE: This is NOT a history class, but a liberal arts study of modern day Europe. Therefore, controversial topics (particularly those pertaining to historical events) will NOT be discussed or presented in class.

The Weekly Schedule is as follows:
Week 1: Geographical Overview and Topographical Features of Europe
Week 2: Economic, Statistical, and Biological [Flora and Fauna] Facts about Europe
Week 3: Explore the Food and Music of Europe
Week 4: Everyday Life of European Citizens

The printable worksheets/activities for each specified lesson will be posted in the initial “welcome” email, as well as the initial classroom post to ensure that everyone has access to the materials in time for print them out *BEFORE* their respective lessons.

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Provider Denise Cass

Denise C.

I graduated in 2017 from Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Arts. I have experience teaching from preschool to high school and beyond, tutoring 1-on-1, teaching groups of 30+, and anywhere in between. I formerly taught with VIPKID for nearly 3 years, was a language and arts/music teacher in Europe for about a year, and have traveled around Europe and the UK. During that time, I taught art, music, and movement/choreography classes locally, where preschoolers and elementary-age students came to learn English and study various topics through theatre and play activities. In the past, I've also taught kindergarten through 5th grade students in a US public school. I am currently a remote-working private teacher. In my free time, I enjoy playing and writing music on my ukulele. I have a passion for all forms of art and the creative process that comes with it. Whatever my current situation may be, I feel motivated to empower young students to realize their academic and creative potential through meaningful play and personal mentorship. I am looking forward to creating fun and productive courses through Outschool and I look forward to seeing you in my classroom soon!

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** I am currently offering parents a 10% discount on any of my classes (for return students ONLY). Simply book a second course (any class) with me, and 10% of the total price of that class will be refunded to you after your student has attended it.**

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