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Dallas County Community College
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Hist 1301 - U.S. History I
U.S. History I Documents

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Syllabus Spring 2012 HISTORY 1301 4002 and 4003 History Of The United States to 1877 MWF 9 05 a m 10 00 a m C295 PROFESSORS OFFICE OFFICE HOURS Dr Jerry Henson C 289 10 30 11 30 am MWF 8 30 9 30 TR Also by Appt CONTACT INFORMATION Dr Henson 972 860 8311 office jerryhenson dcccd edu TEXTBOOK Professor Michael Mike Noble C 286 8 00 9 00 MWF 8 00 9 30 TR Also by Appt Professor Noble 972 860 7081 michaelnoble dcccd edu The American Journey Concise Second Edition Vol I ISBN 978 0 205 21495 2 COURSE DESCRIPTION HISTORY 1301 History of the Unites States to 1877 This is a Texas Common Course Number This is a DCCCD Core Curriculum Course Prerequisite One of the following must be met 1 Developmental Reading 0093 AND Developmental Writing 0093 2 English as a Second Language ESOL 0044 AND 0054 or 3 have met Texas Success Initiative TSI in Reading and Writing standards AND DCCCD Writing score prerequisite requirement Course Description The history of the United States is presented beginning with the European background and first discoveries The pattern of exploration settlement and development of institutions is followed throughout the colonial period and the early national experience to 1877 3 Lec Coordinating Board Academic Approval Number 5401025125 STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to 1 Demonstrate a broad knowledge of the chronology of major events and trends in U S history to 1877 2 Demonstrate the ability to identify and evaluate historical sources distinguishing between primary and secondary sources 3 Demonstrate knowledge of the causes of various conflicts such as wars social movements political movements and economic conflicts and the effects of their outcomes during the course of U S history to 1877 4 Demonstrate knowledge of the origins and foundations of American democracy including the founding documents and the democratic values of freedom equality and justice 5 Demonstrate the importance of expansionism



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