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Lecture 3: Theories of Economic Development ILecture 3: Theories of Economic Development I
Then we break for seminar-oriented lectures, and return different approaches to development at the end of the semester. All this will be set at a very general level, but please stop me if issues are unclear
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Standard 1: The student will demonstrate skills for historical and geographical analysis, including the ability toStandard 1: The student will demonstrate skills for historical and geographical analysis, including the ability to
Identify, analyze, and interpret primary and secondary source documents, records, and data, including artifacts, diaries, letters, photographs, journals, newspapers, historical accounts
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Critical Content/Concept WebCritical Content/Concept Web
Students will explore the introduction and role of slavery in the colonies. This unit will also examine the perspectives of the colonists and Britain in dealing with domestic matters
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Study Group: Summary – History Repeats Itself in the Classroom, Too! Prior Knowledge and Implementing the Common Core State StandardsStudy Group: Summary – History Repeats Itself in the Classroom, Too! Prior Knowledge and Implementing the Common Core State Standards
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Unit 3: Post Classical EraUnit 3: Post Classical Era
This time period and unit we saw the spread of Christianity, the decline of Rome and the formation of medieval Europe; the development of Islamic caliphates and their impact on Asia, Africa, and Europe
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Sol review-colonization and early institutions take rootSol review-colonization and early institutions take root
Note: subsistence farming means growing only enough to feed your family, not enough to sell for profit
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Beyond Colonialism—Continuity, Change and the Modern Development Project Geof Wood1Beyond Colonialism—Continuity, Change and the Modern Development Project Geof Wood1
Development Studies in the immediate post-colonial era. I shall want to say, later on in this lecture, that I think we have finally entered the post, post-colonial era in many parts of the world
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Each day includes two multiple choice ap style Formative QuestionsEach day includes two multiple choice ap style Formative Questions
Students will analyze and evaluate an historical monograph in order to determine the nature of the history
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Semester 1 Study Guide – us/az history unit 1 -exploration and Settlement (Ch 1-3)Semester 1 Study Guide – us/az history unit 1 -exploration and Settlement (Ch 1-3)
What were the characteristics of Jamestown? What role did tobacco play in the colony?
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Ch. 21 The Progressive Era (1895 – 1920) Period 7 The U. S. and the WorldCh. 21 The Progressive Era (1895 – 1920) Period 7 The U. S. and the World
Lo 21. 1 Explain the emergence of progressivism and discuss the movement’s basic themes
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Standard ap us history Essay TemplateStandard ap us history Essay Template
Here is the template we will be using to explain how to write a very good apush essay
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The Roles of Aid in Politics Putting China in PerspectiveThe Roles of Aid in Politics Putting China in Perspective
China – could take, and it highlights possible methods and theoretical lenses through which emerging economies’ foreign relations with other developing countries could be analyzed
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