World History for Us All is a powerful, innovative model curriculum for teaching world history in middle and high schools. World History for Us All. Include in your notes which primary sources seem to the most important from this era? Also, what did you learn about how to approach a multiple-choice question from the new AP US History exam?
The listicle that tickles our fancy the most wins a little Liberty Bell. Heres ours to get you going: 1. Ponca chief Standing Bear 2. Peggy Shippen 3. Elizabeth Jennings Graham 4. Homework Due on Friday, Sept. 25 and Monday, Sept. 28: Take book notes from "Burgoyne's Blundering Invasion" in Chapter 8 to "The World's Ugly Duckling" in Chapter 9. Homework Due on Wednesday, Sept. All work should be annotated on the readings. Homework Due on Wednesday Sept. 2nd and Thursday Sept. 3rd: Using your copy of Howard Zinn's book or the online copy I have included below, answer the questions from the file "the color line" on the left.
Homework Due on Friday, Sept. 4th and Tuesday Sept. 8: In the primary source packet that you received a while ago (the one with the "Blue Laws of Connecticut" on the front) - please annotate for soapstone the rest of the readings: "Michel-Guillaume Jean de Crevecoeur Discovers a New Man "Slavery is Justified" (1757 "Pontiac Rallies His Warriors" (1763 and "The Pattern.