Us history benchmark accountability card: ss. 912. A 1Us history benchmark accountability card: ss. 912. A 1
Standard 2: civil war and reconstruction-understand the causes, course, and consequences of the Civil War and Reconstruction and its effects on the American people
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Unit II: river valley civilizationsUnit II: river valley civilizations
Paleolithic Period or Old Stone Age, the earliest period of human history. About 11,000 years ago people learned to farm. This breakthrough transformed the way people lived. It is referred to as the Neolithic Revolution
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Clinton us history/Napp Name: Do Now: The Clinton Presidency, 1993 – 2000 Bill Clinton united several groups in the Democratic PartyClinton us history/Napp Name: Do Now: The Clinton Presidency, 1993 – 2000 Bill Clinton united several groups in the Democratic Party
Clinton’s first budget limited federal spending, increased income taxes for wealthy Americans, and introduced a gasoline tax
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Primary Close Reading PlannerPrimary Close Reading Planner
A blend of the Close Reading Protocol utilized by Expeditionary Learning Schools and Bloom’s Taxonomy
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Samurai Values ObjectivesSamurai Values Objectives
Objectives: Identify samurai and bushido; describe and analyze the samurai ethic, loyalty and morality
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Asian Art Museum uc berkeley History-Social Science Project 2012 Medieval Japan Summer InstituteAsian Art Museum uc berkeley History-Social Science Project 2012 Medieval Japan Summer Institute
How did medieval Japan's acts of borrowing from other parts of Asia shape their culture?
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Bushido and SamuraiBushido and Samurai
Japan. The Code of Bushido, the Samurai's code of honor, upholds loyalty, discipline, total dedication, honor and valor, and numerous examples of these elements can be witnessed today or in recent history
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Writing is revisingWriting is revising
Frances Fitzgerald’s editor concerning a draft of her book Fire in the Lake: “The present material is pre first draft; it has not got to the point where an editor can do anything with it. It is so rough, so lacking in clarity
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Standards ss a 2Standards ss a 2
Ss a 2 Compare the characteristics of the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies. Examples may include, but are not
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Social Studies Lesson – tah: Professor Luca – Fall 2010Social Studies Lesson – tah: Professor Luca – Fall 2010
Enduring Understandings (It is important for student to understand this because )
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Towards Revolution: The 13 Colonies and the Beginning of the RevoltTowards Revolution: The 13 Colonies and the Beginning of the Revolt
During the early 1700s, the vast majority of American colonists were of British descent and proud to be British. They viewed themselves as free, prosperous, and part of the greatest empire on earth
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Christopher Columbus, Hero and VillainChristopher Columbus, Hero and Villain
Modified from an article by Christine Gibson, former editor at American Heritage magazine
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Michel-Guillaume-Jean De Crevecoeur, Letters from an American Farmer, 1783Michel-Guillaume-Jean De Crevecoeur, Letters from an American Farmer, 1783
Montcalm in the French and Indian War and in 1765 decided to remain in the New World. For the next fifteen years, he farmed land in Orange County, New York and wrote his Letters from an American Farmer
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Nonfiction Reading Test Maginot Line DirectionsNonfiction Reading Test Maginot Line Directions
Directions: Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow. Refer to the text to check your answers when appropriate
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Political economy of post-communist worldPolitical economy of post-communist world
Office: 101 Harkness Hall (The Skalny Center for Polish and Central European Studies)
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