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Eric identifier: ed339673 Publication Date: 1991-09-00 Author: Leming, Robert S. SourceEric identifier: ed339673 Publication Date: 1991-09-00 Author: Leming, Robert S. Source
Source: eric clearinghouse for Social Studies/Social Science Education Bloomington in
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Asian Art Museum of San Francisco uc berkeley History-Social Science Project 2012 Medieval Japan Summer InstituteAsian Art Museum of San Francisco uc berkeley History-Social Science Project 2012 Medieval Japan Summer Institute
How did medieval Japan's acts of borrowing from other parts of Asia shape their culture?
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Transition year unitsTransition year units
This course focuses on source analysis. It will concentrate on methods and techniques for students to use to improve the way they collect, collate and analyse source information
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Compare Oedipus to another tragic hero Jennifer Chou 3Compare Oedipus to another tragic hero Jennifer Chou 3
John Proctor, the protagonist in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. Though John Proctor shares the many characteristics of an ancient tragic hero i e: hamartia, peripeteia and anagnorisis
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Australian history and societyAustralian history and society
I will be in my office most times except Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday afternoons
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Unit of Study: The Constitution of the United States History-Social Science StandardUnit of Study: The Constitution of the United States History-Social Science Standard
Discuss the significance of the Magna Carta, the English Bill of Rights, and the Mayflower Compact
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Jeff Russell History 1700Jeff Russell History 1700
Also include any relevant history that preceded or occurred after the movies’ plot that I believe is needed to grasp the whole story of Bonnie & Clyde
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Guide to the CrucibleGuide to the Crucible
U. S. Version: Age 14+; mpaa rating pg-13 for intense depiction of the Salem witch trials; Drama; 124 minutes; Color; Available from Amazon com
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Purpose: The academic purpose of this lesson is to examine and understand the Bracero ProgramPurpose: The academic purpose of this lesson is to examine and understand the Bracero Program
To explain the purpose of the Bracero Program and the reason for its creation. The students will examine the desire of the Mexicans to become a worker in the U. S
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Recognising achievementRecognising achievement
Study the Background Information and the sources carefully. You are advised to spend at least
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Economic changes in Lithuania after re-establishment of independence in 1990: the case of a double transitionEconomic changes in Lithuania after re-establishment of independence in 1990: the case of a double transition
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The World on the Turtle’s BackThe World on the Turtle’s Back
To what does Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca attributes the fact that his barge survived the storm?
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Lesson Title: César E. Chávez Used Nonviolence to Educate the Public Grade LevelLesson Title: César E. Chávez Used Nonviolence to Educate the Public Grade Level
Students demonstrate an understanding of the physical and human geographic features that define places and regions in California
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Lesson 6: In Service for World Peace (UN) DescriptionLesson 6: In Service for World Peace (UN) Description
They will also gain a greater understanding of the nature of conflict around the globe since World War 2
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Author Name: Trevor Moffat Contact InformationAuthor Name: Trevor Moffat Contact Information
History Standard(s): [9-12]. 2 Discuss the influences of American industrialists on the rise of corporate capitalism
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