|About the Book|
Introduction:My name is Chantel Kemper. I graduated high school in 2009 and afterwards I did as all high school graduates are expected to do and went to college. I was in the top 15% of my high school graduating class and I was determined to go toMoreIntroduction:My name is Chantel Kemper. I graduated high school in 2009 and afterwards I did as all high school graduates are expected to do and went to college. I was in the top 15% of my high school graduating class and I was determined to go to Veterinary school.In my college search I wanted to get my Associate’s Degree in pre-veterinary medicine or go into a Veterinary Technician program. So I found a perfect sized college in Neosho, MO that had exactly what I was looking for, Crowder College.I took notes diligently and was in the honor society and worked full time managing an Arby’s store in town. My notes were what got me through my tests and so I decided to publish my notes so that hopefully others too could be helped with my notes. I took a wide variety of classes, but possibly keep going.One class that nearly every college student will have to take is a lower-level history class. I struggled in history every year until after high school. It still isn’t my favorite subject, but I do have a better appreciation of it.Here we will cover the years A.D. 500- 1877 and is a college student’s pocketbook guide for getting through that first semester history class. Just like in College Geek: General Chemistry 1, this book is based from my course notes with parts of the class syllabus and references for ultimate learning.To get the information to really stick in your head, I included three discussion questions at the end of each chapter for studying purposes. This overview of important historical events summarizes parts of what you learn in class.I know how busy college life can be- especially for working college students paying their own bills. Enjoy this reference as it guides you through your lessons so you can better understand the material you are learning.Not only is this guide for college students, but also for anyone just interested in learning basic history. It is also designed with teachers and homeschoolers in mind. Base your lesson plans from this outline.Make your life a little easier and grab this book quickly.