Enquiry question Learning outcomesEnquiry question Learning outcomes
Britain at the start of our time period. To move students on from Year 7, begin to familiarise students with ideas of utility and reliability
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Conference Essay by Dr. Christine OvendenConference Essay by Dr. Christine Ovenden
Cumberland Lodge is most grateful to The Monument Trust for a grant towards conference costs
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But who is victoria?But who is victoria?
When we speak of Victorian age commonly we refer to the period of English history including the long reign of Queen Victoria, that is, from 1837 to 1901
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Lesson Plan: Anti-Asian sentiment of the west coast during the late 1800’s Lesson designer (s): Marcie Gorsuch School: Harrison High Lesson Origin:Lesson Plan: Anti-Asian sentiment of the west coast during the late 1800’s Lesson designer (s): Marcie Gorsuch School: Harrison High Lesson Origin:
Ssush14 The student will explain America’s evolving relationship with the world at the turn of the twentieth century
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Nicole Pauly Kenmore Middle SchoolNicole Pauly Kenmore Middle School
This lesson will take approximately three forty-five minute days to teach. The following lessons would be taught in the first three days of the unit on World War II
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Tim Keirn, California State University, Long BeachTim Keirn, California State University, Long Beach
This spatial diffusion of tea was both reflected in and contributed to important global processes in the early modern and modern periods that included the comodification of long-distance trade, industrialization, imperialism, corporate
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British Imperialism in India British East India CompanyBritish Imperialism in India British East India Company
England and countries in the East Indies. This British East India Company established trading posts in Bombay, on India's west coast, and in Calcutta and Madras on India's east coast
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2015 Primary Documents For Imperialism Editorial Assessment2015 Primary Documents For Imperialism Editorial Assessment
You must select a minimum two primary documents and use within your editorial that support your position on Imperialism
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[this version: 9-30-07] Table of Contents[this version: 9-30-07] Table of Contents
Barclay, Donald A., Maguire, James H., and Wild, Peter, eds. Into the Wilderness Dream: Exploration Narratives of the American West, 1500-1805. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1994. F592. I68
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Victorian Travel and Imperial Spaces: a symposium University of Kent 15-16 May 2015 Call for PapersVictorian Travel and Imperial Spaces: a symposium University of Kent 15-16 May 2015 Call for Papers
Victorian British tourists visiting the Pyramids of Giza. Photograph: Chris Hellier/Corbis
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Imperial contradictions in Arthur Conan Doyle\Imperial contradictions in Arthur Conan Doyle's The Sign of Four
Sign of Four, a literary work written in the context of the Indian Mutiny of 1857. By reflecting contemporary attitudes held in response to British Imperialism
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Mid-term review sheetMid-term review sheet
The mid-term exam will consist of five sections for a total of 80 points: a chronology (10 points), identifications (20pts), quotation analysis (10 pts) short answers
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Geography The Real Deal on dbqs Global History and Geography Name: E. Napp DateGeography The Real Deal on dbqs Global History and Geography Name: E. Napp Date
Clue #1: The first page of any dbq has the words: Historical Context written on it. Following the historical context is one or perhaps several sentences
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Women, gender, families, and households in the southern coloniesWomen, gender, families, and households in the southern colonies
Edmund S. Morgan's brief Virginians at Home were isolated early attempts to address this deficiency. Largely descriptive, both books offered useful and often compelling portraits of women and domestic life, particularly among the gentry
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Map ChallengeMap Challenge
Using the maps in this chapter, write a brief essay explaining why the St. Lawrence River valley was the strategic key to control of the whole center of North America
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