In this episode Richard Emmons interviews Bradley Fish, Jr. who teaches the 8th grade History course for the Ron Paul Curriculum.
Course Overview of History 8
In the History 8 course, students will study history from 1750 through modern times.
Beginning with the French and Indian War and following the development of the United States all the way up to present times this history class is full of exciting events. This year also addresses some of the important cultural and political developments that took place in both North America and Europe between 1750 and 2010.
The daily video lessons combined with the reading and writing assignments create a system of reinforcement that will help your student remember not just the content of the lessons, but also the chronological order they occurred in, and how the events shaped later history.
The cultural and historical developments covered in History 8 provide the context for literature studied in the 8th grade English course.
You can click here to learn more about this course and the Ron Paul Curriculum.
About the Instructor
Bradley Fish, Jr. graduated from Thomas Edison State College in the month he turned 18 years old. He spent $13,000 to do this. Bradley teaches history and English in grades 6 to 8. He also teaches public speaking in the 9th grade.
Bradley grew up in a large homeschooling family and was homeschooled from K to 12th grade. He is married and lives outside Atlanta Georgia. Bradley enjoys public speaking and is a member of Toastmasters International.
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