Tuesday, June 2, 2015

American History I

American History I students are finishing up the school year discussing the Cold War and the major events of it. Beginning with Truman's decision to drop the bomb on Hiroshima to the Nixon Administration.

EXTRA CREDIT:  Discuss a defining moment in the Cold War.  An event that had the potential to change the course of history.  There are many correct answers so your explanation of how they were significant is important.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

American History I

American History I students are completing the year with a look at the Cold War.  Major events, themes and significance.


EXTRA CREDIT: Describe the Truman Doctrine and its significance. 

Thursday, May 21, 2015

AHII

American History II students are completing their year.  

Extra Credit:  What topic or issue did you learn the most or enjoyed the most and why?

Friday, April 24, 2015

American History I

AHI students have recently completed their study of World War I.  The causes and effects.



EXTRA CREDIT: Which cause of WWI would you consider to be the most significant and why?

American History II

AHII students have been studying the Civil Rights Movement. The leaders and events.


EXTRA CREDIT:  What would you consider to be the most significant event in the Civil Rights Movement and why?

Friday, March 20, 2015

American History I

American History I students are completing their unit on the Spanish-American War and America's turn to empire.




EXTRA CREDIT: How would you evaluate the pros or cons of practicing the policy of imperialism.  Explain your reasoning.

American History II

American History II students are completing their unit on 9-11.  The root causes, the effects, and the rationales for going to war in Iraq.




EXTRA CREDIT:  Students--from your research, how would you describe America's progress in eliminating terrorism in the Middle East?   Discuss your reasoning.