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Lara Maupin, teacher, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, Virginia
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After World War II, the United States grappled with prosperity and unfamiliar international responsibilities, while struggling to live up to its idealsAfter World War II, the United States grappled with prosperity and unfamiliar international responsibilities, while struggling to live up to its ideals
Key Concept 1: The United States responded to an uncertain and unstable postwar world by asserting and attempting to defend a position of global leadership, with far-reaching domestic and international consequences
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Why did the United States experience an economic boom, 1945-1968, and what was its impact on society?Why did the United States experience an economic boom, 1945-1968, and what was its impact on society?
E were few goods to purchase as the focus of the economy was war production. But the end of the war Americans had $140billion in private savings
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Period Packets – Period 8: 1945-1980 Unit 9 – Chapters 36-39 Included in Each Period PacketPeriod Packets – Period 8: 1945-1980 Unit 9 – Chapters 36-39 Included in Each Period Packet
After World War II, the United States grappled with prosperity and unfamiliar international responsibilities, while struggling
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How did prosperity of the 1920s affect the nation and the American people?How did prosperity of the 1920s affect the nation and the American people?
United Sates looking for jobs, creating an overabundance of workers competing for too few jobs. Government orders for wartime goods stopped, forcing many companies to lay off workers. Other companies went bankrupt
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Us multiple Choice: Postwar and the Roaring 20sUs multiple Choice: Postwar and the Roaring 20s
Choose the best answer for each question and mark the corresponding letter on your scantron. 75 points
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Large-Scale StateLarge-Scale State
Knowledge and understanding questions designed to focus your attention on the key aspects of the topics covered
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Social Studies Standards 7Social Studies Standards 7
Exhibit civic skills including participating in civic discussion on issues in the contemporary United States, demonstrating respect for the opinions of people or groups who have different perspectives, and reaching consensus
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Advanced American Studies – 10th Grade Summer Reading 2010 – Uprising by Margaret Peterson HaddixAdvanced American Studies – 10th Grade Summer Reading 2010 – Uprising by Margaret Peterson Haddix
While the book is a little long, it is an easy read with large print and a clear focus I hope all of you enjoy it. Lastly, I hope you have a great summer, and I look forward to seeing you in August
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The usa 1919-41 Key Topic 1: The us economy, 1919-29 Causes and consequences of the economic boomThe usa 1919-41 Key Topic 1: The us economy, 1919-29 Causes and consequences of the economic boom
During the First World War us industry had supplied Britain and France with materials for the First World War. Us farmers increased exports of food to Europe 300%
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The Economic Problem of Youth Around the WorldThe Economic Problem of Youth Around the World
Eu countries than it has been since Great Depression. The economic position of youth has even deteriorated in some of the Asian successes: Japan, Korea
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Immigration Supplemental Information Sub Topic One: Asian America: Common DifferencesImmigration Supplemental Information Sub Topic One: Asian America: Common Differences
Many groups constitute Asian America. Who are these groups? How are they different from each other? How does the history of their immigration shape these differences?
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Grade level: 6-8 subject area: U. S. History creditGrade level: 6-8 subject area: U. S. History credit
Sandy and Jay Lamb, history and social studies teachers, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, Virginia
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B4: The usa, 1917-29 Why had the usa declared war in 1917?B4: The usa, 1917-29 Why had the usa declared war in 1917?
The usa declared war in 1917 after its shipping was attacked by German submarines (e g the Lusitania) and the Zimmermann Telegram had revealed that Germany had tried to persuade Mexico to invade the usa
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Goals & ObjectivesGoals & Objectives
Students will be able to analyze the role of the Bracero Program on the post-war economy. Students will compare and contrast the post-war immigration of agricultural workers to modern day immigration as demonstrated verbally and in writing
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