Full course description
This Cooperative course will ask students to study American history through film. Historians evaluate facts by selecting, arranging, and interpreting those facts for the purpose of telling the story of an era. This course will ask students to think like a historian while evaluating films based on historical events or figures. Students will consult various texts, collaborate with peers, and explore film appreciation while examining films as historical evidence. Information about the films featured in the course is available here.
The course is designed for high-school juniors or higher.
Please note that Cooperative courses are restricted to teen-age students only; you must be under 19½ at the time of registration.
Note: this course is not NCAA approved.
View a demo version of the course at https://iu.instructure.com/courses/1625681
No textbook is required.
See the link above for list of films to be viewed, or see the relevant page in the demo course:
Some cost may be required for viewing some films, depending on how it is accessed. Most can be rented fairly cheaply or even viewed for free from public libraries.
How to Enroll