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American History NameAmerican History Name
Directions: Read the excerpts from Thomas Paine’s Common Sense below, and then answer the discussion questions that follow
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Unit four colonization and Conflict \"One today is worth two tomorrows.\"Unit four colonization and Conflict "One today is worth two tomorrows."
The words above, written by an industrious colonist named Benjamin Franklin, described how many English colonists felt about settling and building new homes in North America. The colonists faced many hardships
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American Deaf Culture: An Anthology Sherman Wilcox, editor Goals for the reading assignmentAmerican Deaf Culture: An Anthology Sherman Wilcox, editor Goals for the reading assignment
To examine one’s own perspectives of deafness and deaf people and to compare them with the views of the author and with your classmates
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Fdr and His Four FreedomsFdr and His Four Freedoms
Analyze Roosevelt's foreign policy during World War II
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Click here to return to Module 9 gold rush boom town denise DuffyClick here to return to Module 9 gold rush boom town denise Duffy
Some made their fortune in gold, while others learned that the best gifts come when a person is giving to others. This lesson will be completed by 3rd graders as a supplemental activity supporting the first story in the 3rd grade Scott Foresman basal
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Ancient Rome PacketAncient Rome Packet
You must complete all pages of this packet. Please use this checklist as a guide, and check off what you have completed already. Go in the order it is written here!
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Finding Main IdeasFinding Main Ideas
Name Period Date
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Andersonville Prison Paper Assignment Value 50 points AssignmentAndersonville Prison Paper Assignment Value 50 points Assignment
You must answer option 1, 2, 3, or 4 for the minimum number of points for this assignment to pass. Alternatively you can choose to answer Options 5, 6, or 7 instead for additional points, but will be expected to do the additional research
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Was Andrew Carnegie a hero? DirectionsWas Andrew Carnegie a hero? Directions
You are going to decide for yourself. After reading primary and secondary sources, you will decide whether or not you think Andrew Carnegie deserved to be called a hero
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Who Was Andrew Johnson?Who Was Andrew Johnson?
Directions: Read the questions at the end of the passage. As you begin to read underline any information that helps you to complete the passage. After you have read the entire passage, complete the questions
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King Arthur The man and the mythKing Arthur The man and the myth
Medieval archetype of the concepts of Chivalry and Courtly Love. Arthurian legend teaches us about Arthur’s beautiful queen, and her betrayal with his “favorite knight,” the noble Knights of the Round Table, Arthur’s famous sword Excalibur
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Each question should be 30 words in length minimumEach question should be 30 words in length minimum
What do you think the incident in Bowling Green represented with respect to the colonists’ attitudes towards British rule?
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Answers the questions below in the space providedAnswers the questions below in the space provided
Directions: Write an “A” in the blank next to each statement that refers to the Articles of Confederation and a “C” next to each statement that refers to the United States Constitution
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“Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee”“Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee”
Based upon true stories of how the U. S. government attempted to assimilate or Americanize the Native Americans
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Document Based Discovery: Bay of Pigs InvasionDocument Based Discovery: Bay of Pigs Invasion
Instructions: View Each Document before answering any questions. Be sure to click on the link Background on the Document. Once you have viewed all of the documents, respond to the questions below in complete sentences
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