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The New England ColoniesThe New England Colonies
New England. New England colonists faced very cold winters and mild summers in a very rocky area which was not very good for farming. Because of this, their homes were smaller to help keep it warm
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The Great GatsbyThe Great Gatsby
Know the background information about F. Scott Fitzgerald
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The Road to Pearl Harbor: The United States and East AsiaThe Road to Pearl Harbor: The United States and East Asia
Chinese government while imposing economic sanctions against Japan. Thanks at least in part to outside aid for China the Japanese offensive bogged down by the end of 1939
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8th Grade U. S. History Syllabus8th Grade U. S. History Syllabus
To begin the unit, students participate in an exciting computer simulation comparing early American colonization to space colonization
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10 multiple-choice questions, 10 True/False. This section is worth 20 Points10 multiple-choice questions, 10 True/False. This section is worth 20 Points
The student is also expected to answer 2 of the 5 essay prompts (questions). This section is worth 80 points total or 40 points per essay. Be sure that you are utilizing the color-coded writingworksho ppt for correct formatting!!!
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The American West Activities Chapter 13 Verbal/LinguisticThe American West Activities Chapter 13 Verbal/Linguistic
Create a guide for visiting the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, dc
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World War II and the Holocaust Chapter 23 & 24 Verbal/LinguisticWorld War II and the Holocaust Chapter 23 & 24 Verbal/Linguistic
Write a persuasive argument for America’s entry into World War II after the attack at Pearl Harbor
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Verbal/LinguisticVerbal/Linguistic
Determine how and why a major African American migration occurred during the Great Depression
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Office: room 324 phillips; office phone: 994-6470Office: room 324 phillips; office phone: 994-6470
Lincoln historiography; c understand the History discipline’s writing expectations in terms of organization, evidence, argument, clarity, succinctness, variety, and sophistication
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In an effort to keep you informed, the 7In an effort to keep you informed, the 7
In an effort to keep you informed, the 7th Grade History teachers are sending home a copy of our sol standards. These standards are what your child will be tested on in January at the end of our course
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Wwii: Significant Events and Effects of World War IIWwii: Significant Events and Effects of World War II
The Great Depression will precede this unit and it will be followed by a unit on the Cold War. This Unit will also address the standards set forth by the National Council for Social Studies
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United States History: 1865 to the PresentUnited States History: 1865 to the Present
History and Social Science Standards of Learning for Virginia Public Schools – January 2008
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Virginia and United States History—Standards of LearningVirginia and United States History—Standards of Learning
United States and Virginia history. Students should use historical and geographical analysis skills to explore in depth the events, people, and ideas that fostered our national identity and led to our country’s prominence in world affairs
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Social studies standards – world history / civilizationSocial studies standards – world history / civilization
Trace the approximate chronology and territorial range of early human communities, and analyze the process that led to their development
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