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          历史

          历史课程是提供澳门金沙城中心学生在等级7-12。历史课程不仅学生具有较强提供历史知识的基础,也有利于培养学生的分析和批判性思维能力。他们的理解学生申请通过各种项目和动手解释。他们展示在辩论批判性思维能力,有说服力的陈述和研究。

          全球历史课涵盖核心文化,美国历史上,政府,公民,地理,欧洲历史,和西方文明。荣誉和AP课程可供选择丰富整个课程。

          另外,历史系提供了一个激动人心多种选修课程,包括经济学类,国际外交,电影理论和AP经济学类。

          课程

          的12个项目清单。

          • Social Studies 7 & Honors Social Studies 7: The Western World

            ESTA七年级的核心课程是西半球和欧洲使用的地理,历史和文化的国家考试。另外这当然与80或更高的等级在以前的荣誉课程,或在一个新的历史课程90或更好的前提荣誉类。
          • Social Studies 8 & Honors Social Studies 8: The Eastern World

            ESTA 8年级的核心课程探讨自然地理和亚洲,非洲和大洋洲的多元文化。有较强的重视课堂学习技能,学习技能,研究的基础知识,地理知识文化和宽容。该课程是在其他历史课程和/或教师推荐可用的80级荣誉的先决条件或高于先前的荣誉课程或90或更高。
          • 比较文化

            在这7日至9年级的核心课程,学生探索世界的不同文化,同时通过英语许多互动活动,提高他们的技能。
          • World History & Honors World 历史

            ESTA 9年级的核心课程是世界历史从人类的曙光,以欧洲中世纪,大约年底的一项调查公元1500年。有较强的重视课堂学习技能,学习技能,地理知识,研究和报告。荣誉的先决条件是在荣誉80门或更高的后续课程或其他历史课程和/或老师推荐90或更高的一个档次。
          • 国际外交和模拟联合国

            10至12级的ESTA选修课程研究国际外交和联合国在其中的作用。班上的同学将在模型中的一个惯例参加。
          • 当代史

            在这9〜12级的核心课程,学生探究历史事件从1945年到现在,每天总对当前事件的组合。
          • U.S. History & Honors U.S. 历史

            ESTA 10年级的核心是通过20世纪殖民时代的美国历史的调查过程。荣誉的先决条件是在荣誉80门或更高以往的课程或其他课程的历史和/或老师推荐90或更高的一个档次。
          • 美国AP历史

            ESTA 10日 - 12年级课程是美国历史的时间顺序从调查前哥伦布时代使用的教科书,视频/电影,文学,原始凭证,以及小组讨论当今时代。有沉重强调写作练习。所有学生将参加AP美国历史考试在五月。
          • 欧洲历史

            第11或12年级ESTA当然是西方的经验的关键事件进行了调查,从古代到20世纪。
          • 荣誉欧洲历史

            11年级本课程是欧洲历史从中世纪后期到本概述。重点是在经济,社会和政治的主题。培养学生的实践技能:如史料的分析,基于文档和无响应的散文写作,选择题测试。它的目的是挑战荣誉水平的学生。这门课程的先决条件是80门或更高的荣誉以往的课程或其他课程的历史和/或老师推荐90或更高的一个档次。
          • AP欧洲历史

            ESTA 11年级的课程当然从现代到14世纪文艺复兴时期的痕迹欧洲的历史。培养学生的实践技能:如史料的分析,基于文档和无响应的散文写作,选择题测试。要求学生参加AP考试在五月。先决条件是80门或更高的荣誉以往的课程或其他课程的历史和/或老师推荐90或更高的一个档次。
          • AP世界历史

            AP世界史是12年级的调查大学水平的课程广泛,从古代重建总体历史到现代的时代。此外,AP世界历史是西方和非西方文明的比较研究。最后,AP世界历史研究的过程中,把重点放在这的文化,社会,经济,思想和政治的主题,塑造了我们的世界。学生将被要求参加AP考试在五月。本课程满足“全球性”毕业要求。

          选修课

          6个项目清单。

          • AP艺术史

            本课程是专为满足概述了艺术史的介绍大学课程的要求。它有助于学生发展的理解和建筑,雕塑,绘画的知识,和其他艺术形式的文化和历史在不同的上下文。学生将检查从古代到今天的艺术表达的主要形式,从不同的文化和学习将在艺术作品中批评的眼光看待,用智慧和敏感性。学生将学习分析的策略,培养坚定的理解艺术和设计原则的要素,并成为流利使用基本的历史艺术术语。最后,虽然强调欧洲的西方艺术放置艺术传统超越西方传统将完全整合在课程。学生都必须参加五月艺术史的AP考试。
          • AP微观经济学

            先决条件:代数II(具有80或更高的等级)。

            ESTA 10日-12th选修课分析经济适用个人决策者,消费者和生产者的功能了原则,经济系统内,我们试图回答中央经济担忧:我们怎样才能在缺乏面对的选择 - 无限的欲望和有限的资源。研究的内容包括但不限于:经济推理,供澳门金沙城中心和需求,消费行为,企业行为,公益性,市场结构,经济不平等,以及政府监管。学生将被要求参加AP考试在五月。
          • AP宏观经济学

            Prerequisites: Algebra II & AP微观经济学 (with a grade of 80 or better in each course).

            ESTA 11日-12th选修课分析适用于经济系统作为一个整体经济学原理 - 在国际和国内两个刻度。研究的主题包括但不限于:社会的经济组织,经济周期,国民收入核算,通货膨胀率和失业率,货币和银行,汇率和国际宏观经济学,乘数模型,政策检察官,政府预算之间的关系,货币政策。学生将被要求参加AP考试在五月。
          • 电影理论

            10至12级的ESTA择课程探讨膜和电影业通过查看复杂艺术形式和探索电影制作的过程。该课程放在发展学习技巧,课堂讨论,和电影分析的重点。
          • 国际外交/型号一个

            ESTA 10日 - 12年级选修一个学期的课程,提供的在秋天,国际外交和联合国在其中的作用考试。班上的同学将在模型中的一个惯例参加。
          • 荣誉艺术史

            这个课程的目的是帮助学生发展的理解和建筑,雕塑,绘画的知识,和其他艺术形式的文化和历史在不同的上下文。学生将检查从古代到今天的艺术表达的主要形式,从不同的文化和学习将在艺术作品中批评的眼光看待,用智慧和敏感性。学生将学习分析的策略,培养坚定的理解艺术和设计原则的要素,并成为流利使用基本的历史艺术术语。最后,虽然强调欧洲的西方艺术放置艺术传统超越西方传统将完全整合在课程。

          学院

          5名成员的名单。

          • Photo of 克里 Salyards

            克里 Salyards 

            历史系主任
            生物
          • Photo of 乍得 卢埃林

            乍得 卢埃林 

            老师
            生物
          • Photo of 史蒂芬 packnick

            史蒂芬 packnick 

            老师
            生物
          • Photo of 罗伯特 搬运工

            罗伯特 搬运工 

            老师
            生物
          • Photo of 塞缪尔 Salyards

            塞缪尔 Salyards 

            老师
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          历史's Holiday Sweaters

          历史 teacher Mr. Porter gave students in his classes an opportunity to earn a few extra credit points by sporting their best holiday sweater - be it pretty, ugly, or improvised. The students met in the library to study for their midterm exams. Librarian Mrs. Woolfrey was on hand to capture the classes in their holiday finery and to judge the best sweaters. See for yourself!  You can't miss Mr. 搬运工 in his fantastical unicorn-riding Santa sweater. This is one way Grier teachers help students enjoy the holidays and manage the stress of midterm exams.
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        • Grier Model UN Attends Conference at PSU

          Grier Model UN club members participated in the first conference of the year, the PHUNC VII, at Penn State University. Delegates faced huge challenges ranging from climate change and cyber security, to revolution in Haiti and Yemen, and even the restoration of the Ministry of Magic! Everyone put in a great showing and Julia G. won a commendation for her work in the Independence of Mars!

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        • Historic Dinner Party of Enlightened Guests

          Students in AP and 荣誉欧洲历史 classes researched major figures from the Age of Enlightenment and showcased their knowledge during a class “Dinner Party” where students acted and dressed like their famous personae.
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        • Grier Senior Attends Yale Global Scholars 夏天 Program

          Grier Senior Betsi D. attended a Yale Young Global Scholars program this summer at Yale’s New Haven, Connecticut, campus where she added to her understanding of international affairs and globalization and how to develop and implement positive actions to counteract some of the worldwide issues. Betsi was even selected to give a five-minute speech on the Evolution of Racism at a program attended by the program’s participants and many staff.
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        • Departments Recognize Academic Excellence

          during a special all-school assembly on Monday, May 20th, Department Heads from 现代语言, 英语, Math, 科学, and 历史 presented class awards to students in grades 7-11. These awards are presented to students who have demonstrated a winning combination of academic excellence, dedication to learning, and a genuine interest in the subject matter.  Congrats, girls!
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        • Grier Participates in 47th Model UN Conference

          Congratulations are due to Grier’s Model UN Club members who competed at the 47th Model UN Conference held at Penn State Harrisburg this month. During this two-day event, the students discussed and developed ideas to solve global issues while also strengthening their understanding of United Nations operations. Grier girls competed in debates on the topics of nuclear disarmament, landmines, and the crisis in Yemen.

          Diana N received an award for Best Position Paper for her work on Disarmament. Molly J was awarded Outstanding Delegate in a Crisis and Julia G won Best Delegate for her work in the Game of Thrones Crisis committee. Model UN club advisor and history teacher Mr. 史蒂芬 packnick applauds the students for their great work.
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        • Let Them Eat Cake!

          Students in European 历史 pitched in to purchase cakes in honor of Marie-Antoinette and Charles V, both of whom the students learned about in class and can link to cakes. According to popular folklore, Queen Marie-Antoinette of France famously declared, "Let them eat cake!" in response to the hungry, breadless peasants revolting outside Versailles Palace. While modern scholars do not believe the Queen acutally said these words nor expressed their sentiment, the 欧洲历史 students were happy to use the legend as justification to have cake!  They also celebrated Charles V Holy Roman Emperor who profitted from the Columbian Exchange. This introduction of New World agriculture to Europe included cocoa to make chocolate, which eventually found its way into cakes such as these. Students wore plastic crowns to represent royalty as they dined on sugary confections bearing the likeness of these two European monarchs. 
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        • A Win for Grier Model UN

          Students in Mr. packnick’s Model UN class participated in the PHUNC VI conference at Penn State University in November. The girls participated in various committees tackling a wide range of situations including the outbreak of WWI, the Indian Independence Movement, the Meiji Restoration of Japan, and the Traditional American Pantheon Today! The girls made alliances, passed resolutions, changed history throughout the weekend. Their hard work was rewarded with the award for Best Small Delegation and one of our students, Molly J. was awarded an Honorable Mention for her efforts. Way to go, girls!
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        • 历史 课程 Fosters Analytical and Critical Thinking Skills

          老师s in Grier’s 历史 Department do an amazing job of helping students unravel and understand events from the past and relate them to issues in the present. The teachers help students succeed using a multitude of methods, from traditional classroom lectures, readings, and discussions to hands-on activities, field trips, multimedia learning, creative projects, and more.
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        • Grier Students Honor Victims with Walkout

          This morning, on the 19th anniversary of the tragedy at Columbine High School, Grier Students and members of the faculty and staff gathered in the Colonnade in support of safe schools and to honor the victims of school shootings. Many of the participants chose to wear the color orange, a symbol of the National School Walkout movement.
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        • International Food Bazaar HUGE Success!

          After weeks of planning and preparation, the whole school united for an amazing celebration of global awareness. Coinciding with another event that unites the world, the Olympic Winter games in PyeongChang, Korea, the 2nd Annual International Food Bazaar featured twenty different student groups, each representing a unique nationality, region, or ethnicity. Every group was responsible for serving a dish, decorating their tables, giving a performance, and creating souvenirs.
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        • 历史 Students Experience Life as Early Humans

          Lab Days are excellent opportunities for special projects and learning experiences in the classrooms. Lab Days double the length of class periods and span two academic days each marking period. These days earned their moniker because they originally allowed science classes to complete the longer format lab experiments. While the 科学 Department certainly continues to use the days for this purpose, other departments and teachers use these days in a variety of ways.
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        • Students Experience U.S. 历史 During Trip to Gettysburg

          Last Saturday, a group of students rose early in the morning to depart with 历史 teacher, Mrs. 克里 Salyards on a coach bus to Gettsyburg, Pennsylvania. When the students and chaperones arrived at Gettysburg National Military Park, an engaging tour guide brought Civil War history to life.
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        • Mrs. Curtis Demonstrates Spinning

          历史 teacher and knitting club advisor, Mrs. Abby Curtis, recently brought her spinning wheel to her Grier classroom to demonstrate the art of spinning wool fiber into yarn. During the Extra Help period, Mrs. Curtis demonstrated how to prepare the fibers and spin them with the wheel.
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        • Presidential Cookie Contest to Celebrate Election Day

          In honor of Election Day and the traditional cookie bake-off sponsored by Family Circle magazine, history teachers Mrs. Suzanna Long and Mrs. 克里 Salyards organized a Presidential Cookie Contest during Extra Help on Tuesday.
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        • Grier Holds Mock Election

          For weeks, students, teachers, and staff at Grier have been casting their ballots in the red and blue ballot box in Mrs. 克里 Salyards' classroom. Mrs. Salyards teaches U.S. 历史 and 美国AP历史 to tenth grade students at Grier.

          In the tradition of Family Circle, Mrs. Salyards will also host a Presidential Spouse Cookie Bake-Off contest on Election Day, November 8th.
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