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Assignments for Utopias and Dystopias Utopia/Dystopia Course ThemesAssignments for Utopias and Dystopias Utopia/Dystopia Course Themes
A number of the assignments make reference to the “course themes.” The course themes are the questions and ideas that are dealt with across the whole range of utopian and dystopian literature. They include, but are not limited to
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Winter break packetWinter break packet
Annotate “The Holocaust Just Got More Shocking.” Create a clear key at the top of the page, assigning an individual color for comprehension, analysis, and vocabulary/diction. Be sure to annotate the title as well
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History 1 Fall 2010History 1 Fall 2010
Emphasis will be placed upon economic, soci-political, and cultural institutions developed during this period. From the development of civilization and the greatest achievements of mankind to the conquest and assimilation of other peoples
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Industrialization & Urban America Unit Guide Michigan StandardsIndustrialization & Urban America Unit Guide Michigan Standards
Explain the causes and consequences – both positive and negative – of the Industrial Revolution and America’s growth from a predominantly agricultural, commercial
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Course ObjectivesCourse Objectives
This course will culminate in written internal assessment and two tests administered by the International Baccalaureate Organization
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Race and ethnicity in american film fall 2007 (15 Week Session) ProfessorRace and ethnicity in american film fall 2007 (15 Week Session) Professor
You will also be asked to complete several interactive reading reviews, write a critical analysis of a film, and pass a comprehensive exam
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Office: Turlington 4409 Office Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays, 11: 00-12: 00, and by appointment EmailOffice: Turlington 4409 Office Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays, 11: 00-12: 00, and by appointment Email
Aml 4242, Section 01G8: Studies in Twentieth Century American Literature and Culture
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The Progressives Unit Guide Michigan StandardsThe Progressives Unit Guide Michigan Standards
America during this period; analyze the solutions or resolutions developed by Americans, and their consequences
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Hollywood film historiographyHollywood film historiography
You are expected to engage in all learning tasks and attend threaded discussions in the online seminar. To access the class website and online seminar eBoard, you can use your personal computer, one in the library
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Hollywood film historiographyHollywood film historiography
You are expected to engage in all learning tasks and attend threaded discussions in the online seminar. To access the class website and online seminar eBoard, you can use your personal computer, one in the library
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World History II syllabus InstructorWorld History II syllabus Instructor
Early Modern Period (1400-1700), 2) Era Seven: Age of Revolution (1650-1850), 3) Era Eight: Age of Imperialism (1850-1914), 4) Era Nine: 20th Century World, and 5) Era Ten: Contemporary World
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Jaeger, m program RationaleJaeger, m program Rationale
The following unit is centred on understanding and appreciating that diversity within the classroom, school and broader community is a result of migration throughout various periods within Australia’s history
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My Country’s Growing Pains Unit PlanMy Country’s Growing Pains Unit Plan
The students will be encouraged to compare and reflect on the lives of individuals during this time and to understand the impact events from this era had on the development of society as we now know it
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