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Mr. Charles Sauter

 

Welcome!  I am looking forward to teaching AP World History and US History this year.  I have twenty five years of teaching experience.  I received my BA from Kenyon College and earned my teaching certificate from the University of Houston.  I have taught almost every Social Studies subject offered in the state of Texas, but, no matter the subject, it is always my first priority to ensure that my students have a rewarding and 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.

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).

Parents, please feel free to communicate through email at csauter@alvinisd.net.  My conference period is Fourth period, from 10:20 to 11:10 am.

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My schedule AND the Google classroom codes for each (you will need these for the first day of SCHOOL!):

Period One - US History  -  bz4eejf

Period Two - US History -  htayhjy

Period Three - US History  -  q52rc4p

Period Five - AP World History:  Modern  -  nb2cpq5

Period Six - AP World History: Modern  -  mqacgos

Period Seven - AP World History: Modern  -  l2cxgt6

 

Link to College Board's World History: Modern course description

 

My tutoring times are:

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.

 

I am looking forward to a great year.  Thank you,

Charles Sauter, Room C307