American History I students have been discussing the industrial revolution, the Jacksonian Era, and manifest destiny. This week we are concentrating on Andrew Jackson. EXTRA CREDIT: Jackson professed to be a 'man of the people'. Either support or refute his claim by discussing some examples.
American History II students are currently studying the US Constitution and preparing for the citizenship test. Article I of the Constitution has been assigned to read and outline. EXTRA CREDIT: Section 8 of Article I discusses the powers granted to Congress. Which of these powers do you think is the most important and why?
American History I students are discussing a number of very relevant issues in America, such as, the industrial revolution, the charisma of Andrew Jackson, and the resurgence of slavery and the subsequent rise of the abolitionists. EXTRA CREDIT: What do you believe to be the most important industrial development and why? OR, stated another way, of the inventions that we have discussed, which do you think was most significant and why?
AHII students are completing our Vietnam unit. We have discussed the historical background of US involvement, the rationales for going to Vietnam, the legacies of our involvement and the lessons we could learn from this conflict. EXTRA CREDIT: Discuss at least TWO things that you learned from our unit on Vietnam. More than TWO would be better.