Course Number: 212
Semester; 5 Units
UC/CSU Approved: College Preparatory Elective “G” Requirement
This course covers social issues in the United States in the second half of the 20th century, including the women's movement, the Civil Rights movement, and the Vietnam War era. Students will also study 21st century foreign policy and discuss current events as they pertain to the course of study. Students are responsible for oral presentations on various topics and books. The class is specifically designed for twelfth graders who have a foundation in world and U.S. history and want to delve deeper into these very important topics.
- There is no textbook for this course. Reading assignments will be given to the students free of charge. However, at some point during the semester, students must select and purchase an autobiography, biography, or memoir.
Level of Difficulty:
Estimated Homework Per Class:
Completion of U.S. History or AP U.S. History