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More than simply a study of American history, this course will examine American national experiences in relation to both larger global perspectives as well as smaller local issues.
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COURSE DOCUMENTS AND RESOURCES

Spring Post test - grant requirement - due by May 1st

REMAINING CLASS DATES: ALL TUESDAYS

4/17

ANUAH ONLINE CLASSROOM LINK

 

America in Global History 2011.docx

DialecticalJournalScoringRubric.pdf

 

Bender I Class 6.pdf [Read this first]

Bender II.pdf [For class 6, but only read if you get the chance: not required!]

Rogers, Required Reading.pdf

Rogers, Atlantic Crossing [these ones are not, but really interesting]

First Pages from 2nd Rogers.pdf (1-20)

Second Pages from Rogers Reading.pdf (21-41)

 

Lesson Plan: Progressive era
Primary Source: Scan photographs 

Lesson Plan 1968.pdf

NPR: 1968 Looking Back

PRO: British 1968

 

 

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