SOCS 138 - US History for Teachers
Interdisciplinary course to prepare future teachers to teach the United States history from a wide range of social science perspectives. Study of the diverse history of the people, politics, and cultures of the US while examining movements for social justice. Students create and implement engaging strategies for use classrooms.
Satisfies SJSU Studies S: Self, Society & Equality in U.S.
Prerequisite(s): Passage of the Writing Skills Test (WST) or ENGL 100A / LLD 100A with a C or better (C- not accepted), completion of Core General Education and upper division standing are prerequisites to all SJSU studies courses. Completion of, or co-registration in, 100W is strongly recommended.
Grading: Letter Graded
Note(s): All of SJSU Studies courses require completion of the WST and upper division standing.
History is responsible for scheduling.
Sustainability Related- SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
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