The Prometheus Academy - High School World Geography

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Spring 2018 Registration from November 6th, 2017 through January 31st, 2018 - Action Steps

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Questions, send email to Julie at:   julie.poe@ThePrometheusAcademy.com

Class only meets on Thursdays, 1:00 p.m. to 2:45 p.m.

2017-2018 Tuition: $238 per semester or $450 annual

High School World Geography meets: 1¾ hours per week, 32 weeks

Homework expectation: 2–4 hours per week.

High School World Geography

It becomes more important every day for us to have a deeper understanding of the world.  We need to pursue knowledge of not only where countries are on a map, but also what factors shape the culture, economics, and politics of those countries.  Geography blends the study of natural environments with human societies.  Our excellent textbook offers up-to-date information from more than one perspective.  Students are expected to do reading at home in order to fully participate in the class.  Each student also chooses one global issue (such as literacy, climate change or gender equality) to follow through all the regions we study, preparing informational maps to share.

This world geography course is high school level and therefore appropriately rigorous. However, we will still enjoy foods and guests from different countries!

This course satisfies the high school requirement for a world geography course.

Class Materials

Julie Poe

Julie Poe is a homeschool mom and an adjunct instructor at Richland College.  She teaches grammar, writing, reading, and listening and speaking classes in the English as a Second or Other Language program.  She has been addicted to teaching since childhood, when she lined her dolls and stuffed animals up in front of a chalkboard and started conveying all the knowledge she had.

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