NEW: Hoopla Digital App
Is your child having trouble with reading the American History Textbooks? Then this FREE resource might be helpful. All you need is a library card and the Hoopla app (available for Apple and Android).
Once you have the account setup, search for ‘Clarence Carson’ and you should find your child’s text book. Once you initially find the reading place, kids can control the speed and allow someone to read the book aloud while they read along and annotate.
I hope this helps.
Homework Help days:
Below is a link to your child's grade book
Annotation Guide PDF
Questions about Annotations for Mr. Muns' class?
Take a look at this pdf, it has some helpful information.
D.C. Trip 2017
My name is Mr. Muns and I am a native to Phoenix. I have a BS in Biblical Studies and a MA in Humanities. I am the father of three and husband to a wonderful and supporting wife. On my free time, I enjoy construction projects, dirt bike riding, and talking with friends over coffee. I was raised in a covenant home and only became interested in understanding my faith in Jr. College. At the time, I was being challenged by what I was learning in my geology class--it wasn't easy, it was a trial by fire--But slowly, I began to make connections, thanks to many thoughtful pastors, professors, and peers. Looking back I can clearly see the grace of God working in these small ways to enliven me to the truth of the gospel in all its fullness. I hope I can share this vision with your child.
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Akademos or Academus (/ˌækəˈdiːməs/; Ancient Greek: Ἀκάδημος; also Hekademos, Hecademus (Ἑκάδημος)), was an Attic hero in Greek mythology.
Plutarch in his biography of the Athenian king Theseus (the slayer of the Minotaur) says that, after being widowed and reaching age 50, the King abducted the beautiful 12-year-old Helen (long before she married Menealaus, met Paris and was the cause of the Trojan War). Due to this outrage her twin brothers Castor and Pollux invaded Attica to liberate their sister and threatened to destroy Athens. Akademos spared the city by telling them where she was (hidden at Aphidnae). For this Akademos was venerated by the city as a savior. Also for this reason the Tyndarids always showed him much gratitude, and whenever the Lacedaemoniansinvaded Attica, they always spared the land belonging to Academus which lay on the Cephissus, six stadia from Athens.
This piece of land was subsequently adorned with plane and olive plantations, and was called Academia after its original owner.
This grove of trees on the northwest side of the city, held to be his burial place, was ever after dedicated to his memory. Within this grove Plato gave his lectures and thus the phrase "the groves of Academe." Due to this Akademos' name has been linked to the archaic name for the site of Plato's Academy, the Hekademeia, outside the walls of Athens.
There is a saying that all philosophy is just a footnote to Plato. Of course, not everything Plato did was accurate, but the spirit of his pursuit is admirable and reaches deep in the human experience. I chose the name Akademos for my website because I think education will always be about critical thinking and thoughtful dialogue. There is always this promise that some revolutionary tool will change education, but God has ordered us in a particular way and that can't be overridden. (I thought this video below was interesting.)
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