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History's Mysteries, Pt.1

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 with Spring Horton






short description:
This is a beginning History class about the mysteries of our past
 
long description:
In this class we will discover and discuss subjects such as lost artifacts like Britain's original Crown Jewels and lost people and what may have happened to them. We will also discuss other disappearences such as the colony of Roanoke Island, Virginia and fabled objects like the Thirteen treasures of the Island of Britain, their reputed powers and whether or not they could have really existed.
Students will be given information about these subjects and are encouraged to research them on their own for discussion sessions.
 
level of difficulty:
all welcome
 
minimum class size:
2
 
availability:
There will be one live session a week and I am available for e-mail every day.
 
fee comments:
n.a.
 
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History's Mysteries, Pt.1

live session

This is a beginning History class about the mysteries of our past


4h 0m




total duration: 4h 0m over 1 session(s)
comments: This class will cover 4 weeks, one session a week.
 

discussion forums: 1
 








Available to book on the following pre-scheduled starting dates:



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start: (GMT) 02 September 2010 15:00 internet time: @667 | view full details |
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languages: English
duration: 4h 0m
fee: 15US$  (150lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: live online and self-paced

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Spring Horton



description of :
I have taught both adults and children in a variety of forums. I am a University student and believe that education should be for all and should be about critical thinking and not just memorization and tests.
 
Teacher's qualifications:
I taught professionally in elementary and highschool for two years and also at a community level.
 
's preferred teaching style:
I like to challenge students to think and figure things out for themselves. I think all subjects can be interesting and should be open for anyone to explore.
 



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