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Join this one-of-a-kind class for middle school students. We'll journey to the past as we study PEOPLE, POWER AND RESISTANCE.

In Woke Homeschooling's A Whole New World History we search out buried narratives and learn about how past events can help us understand our present world. We travel continent by continent exploring each region's unique stories, geography, and legacy. Join us as we face the truth of the past and allow it to shape and guide us into informed and engaged global citizens.

A Whole New World History  Year 1: Africa, Oceania, Asia

A Whole New World History  Year 2: Europe, North America, South America

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WORLD HISTORY - YEAR 1 
Africa, Oceania, Asia

This family membership for all middle school students in your home. Year 1 covers Africa (9 lessons), Oceania (6 lessons) and Asia (13 lessons including a Year 1 wrap-up). Students are given interactive assignments, geography lessons and critical thinking questions.

For semester or yearly payment plans or to use charter school funds, contact us.


WORLD HISTORY - YEAR 2
Europe, North America, South America

Year 2 covers Europe (10 lessons including Global Conflicts and wrap up), North America (9 lessons including a wrap-up) and South America (10 lessons including a Year 2 wrap-up). Students are given interactive assignments, geography lessons and critical thinking questions.

For semester or yearly payment plans or to use charter school funds, contact us.

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Membership gives you access to class materials (videos, assignments) and LIVE classes, where applicable.

You'll join a community of engaged students as we study the world and expand our minds.

OH FREEDOM! HIGH SCHOOL DISCUSSION

This series of discussion sessions are designed to provide a safe space for discussion and reflection about our country, current events, and readings from Oh Freedom! High School Parts 1 and 2. To that end, this discussion experience is structured in a way that allows for genuine, scholarly investigation and discovery. The young scholars who participate will act as detectives whose principle task is to uncover the means and motives behind various encounters, while also coming to some important realizations about where they see themselves in relation to the material they are exploring. Classes meet twice a month.

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