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Class: ap us history Assignment: Summer Reading Assignments 2012 TeacherClass: ap us history Assignment: Summer Reading Assignments 2012 Teacher
Please purchase a copy of the ap exam review book 5 Steps to a 5 in ap us history 2012-2013 Edition. You can purchase the book at the link below or at most bookstores
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Immigration Web QuestImmigration Web Quest
Ellis Island. The importance of this island on society during the Gilded Age and on American society as a whole cannot be overstated. Click on the large, red Start the Tour!
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Chapter 5: The Federalist EraChapter 5: The Federalist Era
ArtConf and Chart from my blog and complete Activity 2 only: answer the analytical questions on p. 3 by using the excerpts from the Articles of the Confederation that are on p. 1+2
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Ancient Rome WebquestAncient Rome Webquest
Over the centuries since the collapse of the Roman Empire, Roman ideas, literature, art and architecture have influenced many people around the world. Please complete the following webquest to gain an understanding of the importance of the Roman Empire and
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Striking the modern balance between freedom of contract and consumer rightsStriking the modern balance between freedom of contract and consumer rights
This was in the section of the site’s webpage that inevitably pops up with a box that needs to be ticked saying: “I agree to the standard terms and conditions”. That usually has a link to those provisions
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Mr. Trzepinska Holocaust and GenocideMr. Trzepinska Holocaust and Genocide
As you are watching the debate about the Genocide, please answer the following questions. We will discuss as a class after the video. Pay attention as you will need to use the video to write your reflection paper
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Before you watch the video explore the meaning of the word assimilation and what it means to assimilateBefore you watch the video explore the meaning of the word assimilation and what it means to assimilate
It is one of the most difficult times for the Native Americans as they were relocated to reservations. Native American artists as well as others are still mournfully expressing their emotions about this significant historical event
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African Studies Department Newsletter October 18 23, 2005African Studies Department Newsletter October 18 23, 2005
If you have information that you would like to be sent out in the newsletter please email
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World war I: pbs webquest Part IWorld war I: pbs webquest Part I
Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism and Nationalism were all underlying causes for World War I to begin but one specific incident brought those many causes to a climax
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Buying Your First Car Online WorksheetBuying Your First Car Online Worksheet
Please watch the following introductory video. It’s about 2 minutes long and gives a good overview of what you’ll need to do to buy a new or a used car
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Black History Month Webquest Use the link below to answer questions about Martin Luther King JrBlack History Month Webquest Use the link below to answer questions about Martin Luther King Jr
How many times was Dr. King arrested for participating in civil rights activities?
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Civil War Web QuestCivil War Web Quest
Click on the link below to access the website and answer the following questions
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Key Skills of Junior Cycle Being CreativeKey Skills of Junior Cycle Being Creative
This resource offers some ideas that teachers can use to help students develop skills related to being creative. No doubt you will find lots of additional ways to develop this skill
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University of north georgia pols 1153 Global Citizenship 3 Hours Semester Credit I. General information instructorUniversity of north georgia pols 1153 Global Citizenship 3 Hours Semester Credit I. General information instructor
Office Hours: Monday and Wednesdays: 9: 50-10: 50am and 11: 50am-12: 20pm. Tuesday and Thursdays: 3: 15-4: 45pm. If you need a significant amount of time when meeting with me, it is best if you email me for an appointment
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