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Mr. Charles Sauter
Welcome to the 2022-2023 school year! This year I will teach AP World History and US History. I have been teaching for 27 years, and I have taught nearly every Social Studies course. No matter the subject, though, my priority is to ensure that my students have an enriching experience learning about the world and their place in the world. Students come to class with a variety of interests and goals, so I strive to make the curriculum relevant to all while still maintaining a high level of rigor. I got my undergraduate degree at Kenyon college and I earned my teaching certificate at the University of Houston.
Parents, please feel free to communicate through email at email@example.com.
Or call (281) 245-3800 ext: 6547
My conference time is during Fourth period, from 10:20 to 11:10 am. I am located in Room C307.
Tutoring will be held in room C307 (and also by Google Meet if necessary and pre-arranged). Tutoring times: Tuesday and Wednesday from 3:00-3:45pm. I am also available other times by appointment.
If you are taking US History: an important goal for our class will be to master the TEKS required to pass the end of year STAAR test. This could very well be the last STAAR test you'll take, so we will focus on making sure we all pass the STAAR with 'flying colors."
Here are the Google classroom codes for my US History classes. Assignments and announcements will be posted to GC. Parents may join these classes, as well.
Period One - US History - 5menpi6
Period Two - US History - 4jffaqp
Period Three - US History - wkqabzd
If you are taking AP World History: Please be advised: AP World History: Modern is a HIGHLY RIGOROUS course. Students will be exposed to an intense, reading-heavy, college-level curriculum. They must dedicate many hours of study and preparation to do well in these classes. Students must be prepared to take on a heavy course load. Please look over the College Board Course Exam and Description pages for more information(see links below). All AP students must check out an AP World history book (Bulliet, The Earth and Its Peoples), from the book room.
Link to College Board's World History: Modern course description
Period Five - AP World History: Modern - 4mugjvr
Period Six - AP World History: Modern - a5lf6f5
Period Seven - AP World History: Modern - 3hffkoh
I am looking forward to a great year. Thank you,
Charles Sauter, Room C307