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Smc core Curriculum Course Proposal Fall 2013Smc core Curriculum Course Proposal Fall 2013
The learning goals for which the course is being submitted: Engaging the World: Global Perspectives, Option 2
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Pol 339: American Constitutional Law Fall 2010: SyllabusPol 339: American Constitutional Law Fall 2010: Syllabus
Office Hours: Tuesdays 11: 00-11: 45 a m., Tuesdays and Thursdays 3: 00-4: 00 p m., or by appointment
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History 1 Fall 2010History 1 Fall 2010
Emphasis will be placed upon economic, soci-political, and cultural institutions developed during this period. From the development of civilization and the greatest achievements of mankind to the conquest and assimilation of other peoples
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1NC—Topicality1NC—Topicality
Jon M. Ericson, Dean Emeritus of the College of Liberal Arts – California Polytechnic U., et al., 3 [The Debater’s Guide, Third Edition, p. 4]
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Chapter study questions section two chapter 4: greeceChapter study questions section two chapter 4: greece
What appears to be the primary reason that the ancient Minoans developed and used a system of writing?
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The socratic doctrine ofThe socratic doctrine of
This work by Professor Burnet is an important step in understanding the introduction of the Soul doctrine to Greco-Roman philosophy and thence to Trinitarian Christianity
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Chapter study questions chapter 4: greece the Greek City-State and the Persian WarsChapter study questions chapter 4: greece the Greek City-State and the Persian Wars
Define polis (plural = poleis) and briefly describe the role of the polis in Archaic Greece
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Standards: 11. 1 Students analyze the significant events in the founding of the nation and itsStandards: 11. 1 Students analyze the significant events in the founding of the nation and its
Founding Fathers first failed in establishing a successful government. Once understanding the shortcomings of the Articles, students will better understand the successes of today’s Constitution. This lesson will take two days to complete
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Philosophy 3 the good life plato gorgias revision testPhilosophy 3 the good life plato gorgias revision test
Explain how Socrates used a metaphor to defeat Callicles’ argument about pleasure
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Constitutional Law: Institutional PowersConstitutional Law: Institutional Powers
Constitution into vast swaths of American daily life. This course looks at the structure of our governmental system, and the powers of the branches of government within it
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Chapter study guides introduction and humanities primerChapter study guides introduction and humanities primer
Which two authors do Matthews and Platt quote at the beginning of the introduction and what do you understand these statements to say about the study of the past?
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Education and the Formation of the StateEducation and the Formation of the State
This week’s readings focus on the proper training of the populous and the rulers in an ideal state. Both Plato and the American Founding Fathers ponder how best to promote social and political harmony in a healthy nation-state
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Social Studies Lesson Plan Template Title: United States History-11th GradeSocial Studies Lesson Plan Template Title: United States History-11th Grade
Enduring Understandings – What were the causes and effects of the U. S.’ increased and assumed responsibility of defending democracy throughout the world?
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Greece and Iran, 1000–30 b c. eGreece and Iran, 1000–30 b c. e
Understand the historical development and the economic basis of the Persian Empire, and discuss the religious and political justifications for kingship and the mechanisms that the Persians developed for successful administration of their extensive and
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