Joined 12 years ago from Oklahoma City, OK
Brendon Floyd currently holds a B.A. in History and M.A. in Secondary Education. He has held a verity of jobs in the restaurant, resort and public school arenas before stumbling upon HubPages. He has also worked for non-profits in adult education and oil/wood heat assistance.He now works as a full time Soical Studies teacher
Brendon has traveled America extensively enjoying the unique diversity it offers. He has also been down to Argentina in an attempt to climb one of the highest mountains in the world; Aconcagua (22841 ft) located in the Andes. Unfortunately his team was turned around at 18,500ft due to bad weather. He hopes to return to Aconcagua for a successful accent!
10 years ago
The Great Schism Objectives: · The students will be able identify and contrast the Eastern (Orthodox) and Western (Catholic) Christen Church as they existed in the Medieval Ages. · The students will be able to explain the circumstances...
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