The Ultimate Guide to the US Presidents

America The Story of Us is an epic 20 week course.

US Presidents 2America’s unique form of democracy separates power among three branches of government: the legislative, judicial and executive. As the head of the executive branch, the president of the United States is the country’s most visible and important leader, both at home and abroad. Join me for a fresh perspective on how the Oval Office has evolved over the past 200 years through stories about the 43 men who have served as commander-in-chief. This eight-week miniseries concentrates on the ebbs and flows of presidential power and responsibilities as each of America’s leaders deal with the events, expectations and challenges of his time.

I do highly recommend that you take this class, it will definitely provide you very extensive background about American History and Culture.

Everything and anything you wanted to know about America will be included within this course.
Objective will be listening, reading, comprehension and oral English communication.

I do highly recommend this course and found is course great for High School, College, University or Adult students.

Please NOTE that this is an optional class.

  • Schedule: Saturdays – T/B/A – Contact Us
  • Subjects/Topic: The Ultimate Guide to the US Presidents – History
  • Teacher: Native English Speaker
  • Lesson Length: 2 (two) Hours
  • Course Length: 8 Weeks
  • Location: On Premises
  • Cost: T/B/A – Contact UsExisting Student = T/B/A – Contact Us
  • Schedule: Saturdays – T/B/A – Contact Us
  • Subjects/Topic: The Ultimate Guide to the US Presidents – History
  • Teacher: Native English Speaker
  • Lesson Length: 2 (two) Hours
  • Course Length: 8 Weeks
  • Location: On Premises
  • Cost: T/B/A – Contact Us

Pre-register now, as seating is very limited.
If you have any questions or concerns about this course, Contact Us.

The course also includes:

  • Textbook
  • Worksheets
  • Videos
  • Documentaries
  • and more…

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