Mrs. Kilner

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Mrs. Kilner

Hello and Welcome! 

I am currently starting my 8th year teaching at QACHS. This semester I will be teaching Honors World History, US History and Honors US History.  

I have a Bachelor's Degree in Social Science from Towson University and my Masters in Teaching Degree from Salisbury University.  

I look forward to meeting and interacting with you all virutally this semester. For any questions or concerns, please do not hestiate to contact me through email at brittany.kilner@qacps.org 

  • 1st Period Honors World History Syllabus

    History is the study of time, continuity and change. This course will enable students to have a more well-rounded understanding of the past, which they will be able to apply to the present and future. With a better understanding of the past, students will be well equipped to understand the relationships and issues that surround them today. The ability to understand the history of any situation will empower students to make more educated decisions in a world that is so interconnected. Not only will this course teach about the world around us, but it will also give us a chance to reflect on our own environment.

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  • 2nd Period US History Syllabus

    This course is a survey of the United States History, beginning with Westward Expansion to present day. In chronological order, we will examine the political, social, and economic factors that have impacted the United States. This is an essential course to understanding the country that we live in both past and present. It is pertinent that we come to appreciate how and why the country has developed. Lessons of courage, wisdom, and persistence are everywhere in our history, along with many mistakes that accompany the growing pains of a nation. During this course we will examine the often complex context that surrounds the various events in our history.

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  • 3rd Period Honors US History Syllabus

    This course is a survey of the United States History, beginning with Westward Expansion to present day. In chronological order, we will examine the political, social, and economic factors that have impacted the United States. This is an essential course to understanding the country that we live in both past and present. It is pertinent that we come to appreciate how and why the country has developed. Lessons of courage, wisdom, and persistence are everywhere in our history, along with many mistakes that accompany the growing pains of a nation. During this course we will examine the often complex context that surrounds the various events in our history.

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