We are pleased that you selected this course to fulfill your unique educational needs. You are now a member of the Mizzou Academy's global student body.
Studying United States History can help you be better prepared to solve the biggest challenges society faces now and in the future. Everything has a history. Trees have a history, music has a history, bridges have a history, political fights have a history, mathematical equations have a history. History helps you see the world around you in a new way by encouraging you to learn about and from other people and places. In addition, you will learn how to take in vast amounts of information, how to write and communicate ideas about historical events effectively, and, most importantly, to accept the fact that many problems have no clear-cut answer.
Part A covers the converging of the three distinct groups of people (indigenous American Indians, Africans, and Europeans) through the political formation of the United States of America. This first half of the 8th-grade course ends at the presidency of John Adams.
For this course, there is no required outside text. All content and materials are contained within the pages of this course.
You are required to take two exams for this course. See the "About Exams" in the policies section for additional information on exams at Mizzou Academy.
Your final grade will be based on the number of points you earn on assignments and exams. Points are earned in the following manner:
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The following grading scale applies:
After completing the course, unofficial transcripts will be available in the Tiger Portal. See this page for information on requesting official transcripts.
Canvas and Technical Support - middle school
Canvas is where course content, grades, and communication will reside for this course.
- This course is mobile-friendly. Download the mobile apps on your iOS, Android device.
- Getting Started with Canvas
- View the Getting Started Canvas Guides.
- For Canvas, Passwords, or any other computer-related technical support create a ticket in Canvas or contact Mizzou Academy Support.
- How to Get Help in Canvas
- Mizzou Academy Support Phone: +1 855 256-4975
- Tiger Portal login - http://mizzouk12.missouri.edu (Links to an external site.)
- Mizzou Academy Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
The syllabus page shows a table-oriented view of the course schedule, and the basics of course grading. You can add any other comments, notes, or thoughts you have about the course structure, course policies or anything else.
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