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    Mr. Long's Class Schedule
    1-A  U.S. History Honors
    2-A  U.S. History Honors
    3-A  U.S. History
    1-B  U.S. History
    2-B  U.S. History
    3-B  Semester 1 World History / Semester 2 American Culture 
    I graduated from Frenchtown High School in 1999, after high school I attended and wrestled for two years at BYU-Idaho and later for two years at Dickinson State University where I  received my degree in History Education with a minor in geography. I student taught in Frenchtown in the fall of 2005. After student teaching I was hired as a Social Studies teacher at Preston High School in Preston, ID from 2006-2009  I served as the head wrestling coach and assistant football coach. In 2009 I had the opportunity to move back to Montana, accepting a teaching job at Flathead High School, in Kalispell, MT, again coaching both football and wrestling. I came to Frenchtown in the fall of 2012, and have loved being back in the area.  I my spare time I enjoy fishing, bird hunting and spending time with my family 

    Class Description(s)

    U.S. History

    This class focuses on the studies of the entire scope of American history from its earliest roots, through present times. Students will examine various eras of our fascinating history and concurrently analyze current affairs and its connections with our past. Students will participate in class discussions; complete a logbook of historic terms; and will be evaluated by a combination of daily quizzes and 2 or 3 examinations per quarter.
    World History
     Students enrolled in World History will study world cultures, politics, economies, and military history from ancient times to the times of Napoleonic Europe (3000 B.C. to 1815 A.D. Class activities will include participation in discussions; listening/asking questions during lecture presentations; and working with both oral and written reports.