Fall, 2015 course informationFall, 2015 course information
Office Hours and Location: mwf, 10: 15-10: 45, 1: 00-1: 45, 3: 30-5: 00, no appointment necessary, or other days and times by appointment only, in nac
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Sol review Packet (United States & Virginia History)Sol review Packet (United States & Virginia History)
The House of Burgesses was the first assembly of elected representatives of English colonists in North America
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1. Explain how arrival of colonists impacted the lives of Native Americans1. Explain how arrival of colonists impacted the lives of Native Americans
The House of Burgesses was the first assembly of elected representatives of English colonists in
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Road to Civil War DiscussionRoad to Civil War Discussion
How do you account for the violence that erupted in the mid-1850s? Why might this violence be viewed as a “prelude to the Civil War?
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The Power to Say Who’s Human: Politics of Dehumanization in the Four-Hundred-Year War between the White Supremacist Caste System and AfrocentrismThe Power to Say Who’s Human: Politics of Dehumanization in the Four-Hundred-Year War between the White Supremacist Caste System and Afrocentrism
Politics of Dehumanization in the Four-Hundred-Year War between the White Supremacist Caste System and Afrocentrism
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Civil War WebquestCivil War Webquest
This will take you to a website that will allow you to read and answer the question. Once you find the answer, close out the website and go back to the list of questions. If you leave the website open
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Being Black and Self-Esteem Running head: being black and self-esteemBeing Black and Self-Esteem Running head: being black and self-esteem
Blacks have internalized the negative thoughts and attitudes against them as a race. As a result, it has negatively influenced the development of their self-esteem. This research looks at the effect of being black on self-esteem
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2. 2: An English Settlement at Jamestown2. 2: An English Settlement at Jamestown
Summarize the principles of government established by the dissenters who fled to Rhode Island
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Question 1 (Document-Based Question): 55 minutes Suggested Reading period: 15 minutes Suggested writing period: 40 minutes DirectionsQuestion 1 (Document-Based Question): 55 minutes Suggested Reading period: 15 minutes Suggested writing period: 40 minutes Directions
Directions: Question 1 is based on the accompanying documents. The documents have been edited for the purpose of this exercise. You are advised to spend 15 minutes reading and planning and 45 minutes writing your answer
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Causes of the Civil War Foldable Activity AssignmentCauses of the Civil War Foldable Activity Assignment
Causes of the Civil War. You will use the internet sites listed below along with your textbook to gather information about each event
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Ssush8 The student will explain the relationship between growing north-south divisions and westward expansionSsush8 The student will explain the relationship between growing north-south divisions and westward expansion
A. Explain how slavery became a significant issue in American politics; include the slave rebellion of Nat Turner and the rise of abolitionism
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Academiccontentstandard s grades k-2 HistoryAcademiccontentstandard s grades k-2 History
Students use materials drawn from the diversity of human experience to analyze and interpret significant events, patterns and themes in the history of Ohio, the United States and the world
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Morality, War, and Slavery By Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. (1949)Morality, War, and Slavery By Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. (1949)
But history, a less-malleable medium than literature and culture, was constricted both by the immovable fact that the war had indeed taken place and by the related assumption that it was, in William H
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Return of the “Slave Question” and the Compromise of 1850 Primary Causes of the Civil WarReturn of the “Slave Question” and the Compromise of 1850 Primary Causes of the Civil War
North, opposition came from free-soilers (who opposed the expansion of slavery into the newly acquired territories of the West) and abolitionists
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