Cultural World Geography
Tutor: Kim Witthuhn
Length:Full Year Class PeriodWednesday, period 3
Description: As our world "shrinks," the study of geography and the cultures of the world and its people becomes more and more relevant to our lives. This class is designed to acquaint students with each continent by studying the geography, cultures, land forms, climates, resources, economy, religions, and government of each country. We will also take a look at the key historical events and current events of each country.

Covid - 19 Contingency Plan - In the event that we are forced to transition to online classes at any point in the school year, this class will continue to be held. 


Tutor: Kim Witthuhn works as a professional editor and has taught literature, writing, grammar, history, and geography at various homeschool organizations over the last 15 years, including homeschooling her own children. She recently became certified as a career consultant and enjoys helping people discover the unique design God gave them. She is passionate about helping students enjoy learning and knowing God better by studying His Word and the world He created. Mrs. Witthuhn graduated from Concordia University with a BA in English and Social Science Education. She lives in Eden Prairie with her husband and two of her four children and enjoys leading Bible studies, reading and learning, and spending time with family.

Cost:  $TBD per semester
Grades 9-12

Prerequisite: none
Homework: Approximately 2-5 hours per week
Text: (to be purchased by parents)  National Geographic Student World Atlas, 5th Edition (must be 5th edition) and Dispatches from the Front, by Tim Keesee (ISBN #978-1433540691)
Supplies: 3-ring binder, and paper

atlas     geography