Teaching american history projectTeaching american history project
Inquiry – (What essential question are students answering, what problem are they solving, or what decision are they making?)
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Cold War Test Review (U. S. II 8a-d; 9b) – keyCold War Test Review (U. S. II 8a-d; 9b) – key
The U. S. had a strong economy (healthy job market, increased productivity, increased demand for American products)
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The U. S. had a strong economy (healthy job market, increased productivity, increased demand for American products)The U. S. had a strong economy (healthy job market, increased productivity, increased demand for American products)
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Cold War Test Review Test on Wed & Thurs 22 & 23 April 2009Cold War Test Review Test on Wed & Thurs 22 & 23 April 2009
Strong economy (healthy job market, increased productivity, increased demand for American products)
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The U. S. had a strong economy (healthy job market, increased productivity, increased demand for American products)The U. S. had a strong economy (healthy job market, increased productivity, increased demand for American products)
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Cold War study guide (U. S. II 8a-d; 9b)Cold War study guide (U. S. II 8a-d; 9b)
The U. S. had a strong economy (healthy job market, increased productivity, increased demand for American products)
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S. II 8a-d; 9b Letter #1 1950’sS. II 8a-d; 9b Letter #1 1950’s
The U. S. had a strong economy (healthy job market, increased productivity, increased demand for American products)
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Innovation and American InventivenessInnovation and American Inventiveness
This theme will explore changes in industry and technology and how those changes affected Americans, both socially and economically
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Ch. 10: Americas Economic Revolution I. The Changing American PopulationCh. 10: Americas Economic Revolution I. The Changing American Population
By 1790, us population stood at 4 million, by 1820 it had reached 10 million, and 17 million by 1840
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Dwight D. Eisenhower BiographyDwight D. Eisenhower Biography
Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th president of the United States, promoted Atoms for Peace at the United Nations General Assembly in order to ease Cold War tensions
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Document-based questionDocument-based question
In developing your answer to Part III, be sure to keep this general definition in mind
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A. geography: people, places and environments content standardA. geography: people, places and environments content standard
Students in Wisconsin will learn about geography through the study of the relationships among people, places, and environments
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A description of the curriculum from kindergarten to grade twelve. A monthly outline of grades eleven and twelveA description of the curriculum from kindergarten to grade twelve. A monthly outline of grades eleven and twelve
Theme: The conflict between the Mechanists and the Mystics in the articulation of values for a new world civilization
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