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Antioch Bible Institute | Evaluated Learning Experience
African-American History I
Antioch Bible Institute, 103-02 Northern Boulevard, Corona, NY
February 2007 - December 2016.
Instructional delivery format:
Traditional classroom model
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: effectively communicate ideas about the life and culture of Blacks in America from the African slave trade to the Civil War; identify prominent African-American people, events, and their contributions to American from the African slave trade to the Civil War; provide critical analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of historical facts; describe the progression of African-American life from slavery to emancipation; analyze the present based on awareness and understanding of past histories, cultures, societies, and their implications for the future; and engage in class discussions based on personal opinions and reflections.
This course examines historical, cultural, and political roles of African-Americans in the United States up to 1865 through classroom-based instruction consisting of lecture/discussion, assigned readings, written assignments, mid-term and final exams, class participation, field trips, videos, and written papers.
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in African-American History (2/12).