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Teaching across Cultures: Anglophone Area Studies and Student Diversity in an International ContextTeaching across Cultures: Anglophone Area Studies and Student Diversity in an International Context
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Absolutism and Democracy Documents and QuestionsAbsolutism and Democracy Documents and Questions
Instructions: Read the following documents and answer the accompanying questions on the back on a separate sheet of paper. Then answer the final question on the same sheet of paper. Be sure to reference the documents!
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Succinct Writing and Dealing with Jargon Post-Class ActivitiesSuccinct Writing and Dealing with Jargon Post-Class Activities
The activities serve as a follow-up to some of the skills you learned in the pre and in-class activities for this topic, while introducing some new, more specific guidelines
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Government Lesson Plan Nick KukarolaGovernment Lesson Plan Nick Kukarola
Reflection – This should be completed by the teacher education candidate upon completion of the lesson and discussed with cooperating teacher
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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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Author Name: Sarah Brown Contact InformationAuthor Name: Sarah Brown Contact Information
Appropriate for Grade Level(s): 11th ap us history or review in 11th Grade us history
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Exam Practise – Unit 4, The Breakdown of CooperationExam Practise – Unit 4, The Breakdown of Cooperation
This is the long two hour paper on which there are two sections; Section a and Section B
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The influence of the enlightenmentThe influence of the enlightenment
Ss c 1 Recognize how Enlightenment ideas including Montesquieu’s view of separation of powers and John Locke’s theories of natural law and how Locke’s social contract influenced the Founding Fathers
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Textbook pgs. 596-597Textbook pgs. 596-597
This landmark Supreme Court case was the first time that the Supreme Court declared an act of Congress (a section of the Judiciary Act of 1789) to be unconstitutional. Use your textbook pgs
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