Mr. Adam C. Geisler
Mr. Geisler (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a 7th grade social studies teacher in room 309. He has been a teacher at Bateman for 16 years, and has previously taught in Atlanta, GA and Beijing, China. In addition to social studies, Mr. Geisler also teaches writing to his homeroom students. He has also coached the Bateman Chess team since 2006, winning a variety of city and state tournaments over the years.
In 7th grade social studies, students learn about a variety of topics about the history and cultures of the United States. In the first quarter, students examine the different cultures that influenced how the United States became a country. and how individual identities help shape our national identity.
The second quarter focuses on how the United States set up systems of power, and the roles that control, oppression, and privilege have played in shaping our country.
In the third quarter, we look at the impacts of the Civil War and how resistance and liberation have transformed the nation.
Finally, in the fourth quarter, students will research how the U.S. became a world power, and how this expansion and influence affects the world.
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