Craig Frederick


This course will cover the time period from around 1300 C.E. through the fall of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s and current issue topics. The course will cover intellectual trends, revolutionary movements, social interactions, political ideologies, economic theories, and geographical impacts. Students will focus on critical events, people, and turning points during these centuries including the Renaissance, imperialism, and twentieth-century issues. Instruction will include the integration of concepts and principles from history, economics, geography, civics, and the humanities.


This course will examine the system of government in the U.S., its purpose, processes, and history. This class will introduce major aspects of American government, including the Constitution, branches of government, departments, elections, law-making processes, political parties, civil liberties, etc. A basic introduction of different forms of government will be included. Students will argue Supreme Court cases and go through the process of creating law. It will also closely follow current issues through discussions, debate, and Current Event papers.

World History




Government



Craig Frederick
World History/Government
Room # C204
frederick@usd356.org

Mr. Frederick came to Conway Springs in 2013 from Kickapoo Nation School in Powhattan, KS. He earned his Bachelor's in Arts in History and Bachelor's of Science in Secondary Education from Fort Hays State University. He currently is the Head Coach of the Middle School football team, Assistant High School Boys Basketball Coach, and Assistant High School Boys Tennis Coach.