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This depression and the effects of World War I had left the German economy in tatters. In the 1930s, a German dictator, Adolf Hitler, took advantage of Germany’s troubles to stir up German nationalism
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[Program Report] Development of the American Economy[Program Report] Development of the American Economy
Development of the American Economy (dae) investigates subjects as diverse as labor and population, national and international finance, industrial organization, and political economy
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“Important Information” means notes, “Summarize Paragraph”“Important Information” means notes, “Summarize Paragraph”
As you read through this article, please high-light, circle, and/or underline important sentences, phrases or key words. “Important Information” means notes
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Advanced American Studies – 10th Grade Summer Reading 2010 – Uprising by Margaret Peterson HaddixAdvanced American Studies – 10th Grade Summer Reading 2010 – Uprising by Margaret Peterson Haddix
While the book is a little long, it is an easy read with large print and a clear focus I hope all of you enjoy it. Lastly, I hope you have a great summer, and I look forward to seeing you in August
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Skill Type Historical Thinking SkillSkill Type Historical Thinking Skill
Focusing on these practices enables teachers to create learning opportunities for students that emphasize the conceptual and interpretive nature of history rather than simply memorization of events in the past
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United States HistoryUnited States History
Ssush1 The student will describe European settlement in North America during the 17th century
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Syllabus: Advanced Placement us history apush 1/6 Teacher: Mr. BeatySyllabus: Advanced Placement us history apush 1/6 Teacher: Mr. Beaty
Bibliography: Textbook The American Pageant, 12th Edition
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Name: Industrialization Revolution ReviewName: Industrialization Revolution Review
Northerners were in support of tariffs. The higher prices on imported goods encouraged people to buy American made manufactured goods
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Ushx: 4: Expanding West drill: Abolition & Emancipation AbolitionUshx: 4: Expanding West drill: Abolition & Emancipation Abolition
Students will be able to explain the concept of Manifest Destiny by evaluating the events that led the United States to claim new territories through war and treaties with other countries
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The systematic efforts to affect morale, loyalty, etc., especially of large national groupsThe systematic efforts to affect morale, loyalty, etc., especially of large national groups
The World Book Dictionary What this is saying is it is an attempt of one nation to gain an advantage over another by using the mistrust, fear, and uncertainty that is a characteristic of a nation at war
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CH. 15 The Cold War Begins Study GuideCH. 15 The Cold War Begins Study Guide
Soviet capabilities and intentions soon made it apparent to the rest of the world that the United States no longer stood alone in possessing atomic and nuclear resources
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Identifying key terms, people, and placesIdentifying key terms, people, and places
Match each name with the correct statement below. You will not use all the names
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Social Studies Curriculum Guide United States History Grade/Course: U. S. History, Grades 9-12 United States History Unit 1: Colonial Era Elaborated Unit FocusSocial Studies Curriculum Guide United States History Grade/Course: U. S. History, Grades 9-12 United States History Unit 1: Colonial Era Elaborated Unit Focus
Native Americans, and introduction of slavery within the three colonial regions. The role of religion is examined through an examination of the Great Awakening
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Atlanta Public Schools booker t washington high school Early collegeAtlanta Public Schools booker t washington high school Early college
Student’s Name Date Received
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Georgia Performance Standards: United States History ssush1 The student will describe European settlement in North America during the 17th centuryGeorgia Performance Standards: United States History ssush1 The student will describe European settlement in North America during the 17th century
A. Explain Virginia’s development; include the Virginia Company, tobacco cultivation, relationships with Native Americans such as Powhatan, development of the House of Burgesses, Bacon’s Rebellion, and the development of slavery
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