This single semester course looks at how media shape our perceptions in regard to race/ethnicity, gender, class, sexuality, geography, and education, helping students make more informed decisions about media use.
Media Literacy is about learning how to critically engage and make sense of the media all around us.
This comprehensive text explores the role of media in society and provides a framework for media education. Sections on the media industry, technology, media representations, constructions of meaning, audience, and globalization give students strong foundation of media literacy.
This course explores the history of America from the earliest settlements to the dawn of the 21st century.
This textbook can be used with the Oak Meadow US History course.
The study of world history is the study of humanity itself. This course moves far beyond the simple learning of historical facts, and asks students to think deeply about what we can learn from the past and apply to the present to create a better future.
This textbook can be used with the Oak Meadow World History course.
A comprehensive study of the natural forces that shape our planet and the interactions between people and their environment.
This textbook can be used with the Oak Meadow World Geography course.
Students learn the ideals behind the American system of government and the mechanics of its operation in preparation for taking their places as independent thinking citizens of the nation.
Syllabus for the U.S. Government course
Textbook included with the U.S. Government course package
Single-semester course examining such topics as love, beauty, joy, spontaneity, and self-actualization.
Syllabus for the Psychology course
Assigned as part of the Oak Meadow Psychology curriculum.
This single semester course is an introduction to the intriguing history, religious life, and politics of the Middle East.
This single semester course guides students in an exploration of the rich diversity of religious life.